Becase of the cold war
The Soviet Union wanted the US to open up a second front.
Which year were the US and Soviet union became rivals during the cold war?
depends on the War
How did the postwar policies of the US and Soviet Union contribute to the beginning of the Cold War?
The Cuban Missile Crisis brought the US and Soviet Union to the brink of war in 1962.
Because, U.S wanted a democratic government and the soviet union wanted a communist government
the Soviet Union
Nuclear war (Atomic War).
The soviet union fell because they were being stupid (not surprising) and using Every single last penny to try to out do us in the cold war but they failed and then split into many countries.
The main enemy of the US was the Soviet Union (the USSR or Union of Soviet Socialist Republics).
No, the US and Soviet Union were allies during WWII.
The US were advocating Capitalism, and the Soviet Union advocated Communism.
The Soviet Union
Yes, of course as did the US had nuclear missiles aimed at the Soviet Union in the cold war. It went both ways.
no, its not! The Soviet Union is Russia.
The three issues that led to a hard feeling between the Soviet Union and the US were: -The disagreement by the US when Soviet Union when Stalin asked his Allies to attack Germany from the wast. -After the war, Soviet Union demanded Germany to pay $20 billion in war damages, but the US resisted with this demand. -When Soviet Union began to take over the eastern Europe and spread the communism, US was very angry and afraid with the Soviet aggression.
The Soviet Union (Russia) and any othe Communist nations controlled by the Soviet Union were the main enemies in the Cold War.
The United States and the Soviet Union were allied in World War II, but faced each other in the Cold War of the 1960s.
They joined forces with Germany even though Russia (the Soviet Union) is friends with the US.
Because the Soviet Union built launch sites for missles in Cuba.
not that i know of. but Hitler did invaid the soviet union during WWII