No, there was only discrimination in the civil war.
They had no specific party, just like the U.S. during the cold war
Yes there was discrimination during World War II. The CIO has racial discrimination in its own membership. Discrimination was common in auto plants, especially in Detroit area. Alabama also has its own problem with discrimination at the time.
There was no "Cold War" uniform. The Cold War was an uneasy peacetime situation, not a uniformed shooting war - that is called a "hot" war.
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Cold... very cold and dank. and smelled of spoiled goats milk...
There was no Cold War I
very very cold!!!!!!! it was very cold during the war so people got colds and flu's from other deceases
The President of the U.S. during The Cold War was Truman.
The cold war was a MILITARY stand-off between the US and USSR.
Some called this war "The Hot Battle of the Cold War". It was during the cold war era but not at all cold.
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Cold and damp.
The soviet espionage during the cold war was managed by the KGB.
During the Cold War the effect of colonialism was very apparent in Africa. Many nations shifted towards communist like governments.
Discrimination existed within military policies. Black leaders continued to fight discrimination during the war. Blacks were not treated equally within the military.
There were 5 u.s presidents during the cold war
The USSR headed the eastern bloc during the Cold War.
Microsoft was invented during the cold war.
Batista was the leader of the cold war
they were during the cold war
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