The Cold War was primarily between the USSR and the USA/NATO.
The term was coined as there was no war declared but both sides used their influence to try to support their own ideologies around the globe.
The influence of the Cold War can still be seen today and almost every conflict since WWII was at least partly due to conflicting interests of the Cold War adversaries.
Angola was not involved in the Cold War
they were involved in the war because when britain was at war canada was at war too.
It involved communist aggression.
vietnam war and the cold war
the cold war involved the U.S.A., Russia, China, Alaska and Korea
Yorktown, it was a place in the cold war
no one was actually involved in a direct military confrontation.
The US and the USSR (present day Russia) were the two superpowers involved in the Cold War.
None. The Cold War was a "war" of nerves, words and political maneuvering. There were no guns involved (that's what made it a "cold" war).
Cold war; communist containment.
The people that were involved in the cold war was the Soviet Union, Communist world, and the non-communist world (The US and the USSR)
People can only do what THEIR government gets them involved with.
because there idiots
The Cold War was most nations on Earth either on the American side or the Soviet side.
The two main countries incoloved in the cold war is the USSR (Russia) and the United States.
Negative! The Cold War was NOT a war; the cold war involved NO killing nor destruction. The cold war was just a name...meaning "a military stand-off." A Holy War is a war with religion as basis for the war.
Part of the cold war. Contain communism.
Vietnam was part of the cold war.
Part of the cold war.
He was the prime minister during the late periods of the cold war and spoke actively about this topic. He wished to stop the cold war.