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    Origins of the Cold War

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    The origins of the cold war lay in a fundamental disagreement between the United States and the Soviet Union over postwar arrangements in:

    a) The Middle East.
    b) North Africa.
    c) East Asia.
    d) Eastern Europe.
    e) Germany & Italy.

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    I chose answer (d). Can anyone confirm that this is correct? Good work!
    Why? Many states, mainly in Europe, participated on both sides, but the cold war is perhaps best known as an American - Russian conflict, as a cause of the tension between the U.S. capitalism and the Soviet communism. The Iron Curtain: Winston Churchill, the British leader at that time, was the first to warn of the USSR communistic expansion into Europe. In a speech, he uses the expression 'iron curtain' to explain what was ...

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