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What countries were fighting in the Cold War?

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All members of NATO and the Soviet Union. Nato consisted of the majority of Western Europe and The United States and Canada.

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The main countries in the cold war were: Ameriaca And Russia They were fighting against each other!


The Cold War led the Soviet Union and Afghanistan to actual fighting.


There was no actual fighting in the Cold War. it was a war of words and ideas and a technology race between countries. that is why it is called the Cold War.


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None as such. The term Cold War indicates a period of conflict that didn't, at least in theory, have any fighting at all only political conflict. If there had been any actual fighting by the protagonists of the cold war then it would have become a hot war. There were many small wars during the cold war, some at least inspired by or engineered because of cold war political manoeuvrings .


We were fighting for our freedom but America was the biggest threat to the communist countries


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In the cold war there was never any fighting but the countries that were involved were Russia, America and Cuba.AnswerSome have confused the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 with the Cold War. It was a part of the Cold War but not nearly all of it. And there was a great deal of fighting in countries like Greece, Korea, Angola, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Vietnam, Afghanistan and many other places. The global superpowers could not fight directly and keep the Cold War cold, so they fought smaller wars by proxy, used propaganda, espionage, arms escalation, and all methods short of direct warfare.


Because there wasn't any fighting. If there had been, it would not have been called a cold war. It would have been a hot war.


There was fighting. Unlike the cold war.


The Cold War was refered to as "Cold" because a cold war means there is no fighting going on at all, but a "Hot" war is when there is fighting going on (Take WWII as an example for a hot war). But we got envolved with the war because our enemies were under a Communist Government and we were under a Democratic Government.


The Korean War related to the Cold War because it both had fighting habits.


Korea & VN were the only wars of the cold war.


The frozen war could be anther name for cold war beacuse there were no fighting.


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Due to the cold war everyone was affected because the Americans and Russian were both fighting for power. The economy of either countries were unaffected and the affect was mostly political.


The United States and the USSR were the two main countries in the Cold War


In the Korean War, the fighting took place on the Korean Peninsula. The war was part of a larger competition between the United States and the Soviet Union, known as the Cold War.


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Central Powers= They are the countries that are fighting in the war. Neutral powers= They are not involved in the fighting


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