What do the letters SALT stand for in the cold war?
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In World War 2 what did the letters G you stand for?
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What were the causes of the Vietnam war for an 11 year old to under stand?
Vietnam was part of the cold war. The cold war was a military stand-off between two sets of nations with two different ways of life. Part of the cold war: Vietnam was a "hot" battle of the cold war. A war generally consists of a series of battles. Cold war=no deaths, no shooting Hot war=shooting and killing
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Are there similarities between the cold war and the holy war?
Asked in Vietnam War, Cold War
What is the definitions between hot war and cold war?
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Was there any witnesses of the cold war when it was happening?
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Was The Vietnam War called The Cold War?
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In what ways did the Cold War affect both the superpowers and the rest of the world?
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What realations were like between the US during the cold war years?
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What did the Korean War have to do the Cold War?
The cold war was NOT A SHOOTING WAR. Cold war means a stand-off. The Korean War was part of the cold war...a "Hot" battle of the cold war. "Hot" meaning a SHOOTING WAR. The cold war consisted of Communists verses NON-Communists. In the Korean War, the communists TRIED to take over a country by force (South Korea). The Free World (Non-Communists) stopped them.
How did the Cold War arise from the Munich Accord?
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What post-ww2 events contribute to the cold war?
It wasn't POST WW2 that contributed to the cold war. It was the nuclear weapon itself that caused the cold war. Without the atomic bomb, there would've been NO Cold War. Cold War means a stand-off between two enemies. If no super weapon exists (Atomic Weapons) then there's NO stand-off...they fight instead. Just like in the pre-atomic past.