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    Events of the Cold War

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    Identify and analyze at least two events from the Cold War.
    Then assess how these events affected the relationship between the United States and the Soviet Union. Make sure you use enough details to support your answer.

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    One major event you might consider is the Berlin Crisis of 1948. The Soviet Union's attempt to gain effective control of the postwar-divided city of Berlin through embargo of food and other supplies prompted the American and British governments to undertake a massive airlift of the needed items. This lasted from June of 1948 until April of 1949, when the Soviet Union abandoned their effort. In so doing, the Soviets acquiesced to de facto American and British enclaves within what was to become East Germany, and the exit corridors these sections of Berlin offered led to the Berlin Wall Crisis of ...

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    The solution provides advise and assistance to students in tackling certain topics about the Cold War- an analysis of two events in particular plus the effect of said events in the relationship between the US and the USSR.The solution provides alist of online resources in the narrative to help the student further.