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the united states and the Soviet Union both scrambled to make as many bombs as possible

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Q: What best descries the nuclear arms race?
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How did the nuclear arms race affect the course of the cold war?

The nuclear arms race was the core of the cold war.


What were the main features of the arms race?

Nuclear arms race was where Cold War was going with the belief that the more nuclear weapons you had, the more powerful you were


What has the author Ray Perkins written?

Ray Perkins has written: 'The ABCs of the Soviet-American nuclear arms race' -- subject(s): Arms race, Military policy, Nuclear arms control, Nuclear weapons


Why is nuclear arms race important?

it was a competition between two or more parties to have the best armed forces.


What were the main features of the nuclear arms?

Nuclear arms race was where Cold War was going with the belief that the more nuclear weapons you had, the more powerful you were


What is the solution to the nuclear arms race?

The end of everything.


What do you think is meant arms race?

'Arms race' was the 'race' between America and Soviet Russia to develop as many nuclear weapons as possible.


What ended the arms race?

The Arms Race ended with the end of the cold war and the breakup of the USSR. The nuclear arms race came about during the Cold War.


Who was the president when the nuclear arms race started?

Truman, in 1949.


Which technology was a product of the arms race following World War 2?

its the dang atomic bomb


Why was the arms race dangerous?

The arms race was dangerous because neither the Soviet Union or the U.S could protect its people from a nuclear attack.


What has the author Adam Suddaby written?

Adam Suddaby has written: 'The nuclear arms race' 'The nuclear war game' -- subject(s): Military policy, Nuclear weapons, Nuclear warfare, Deterrence (Strategy), Arms race, History, United States, Great Britain