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By Jonhamlin | Last updated: Dec 21, 2020
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Do you have enough knowledge about the Cold War to pass this quiz? The Cold War was geopolitical strife between the Soviet Union and the United States and their corresponding allies, which consisted of the Eastern Bloc and the Western Bloc after World War II. It was an ongoing political rivalry. If you need to know about the cold war, this is the quiz for you.
Questions and Answers
In 1949, Canada joined the U.S., Great Britain and other Western European nations in a military alliance known as:
Hysteria created in the US because the "witch hunt" for suspected Communists in the US government.
At the United Nations, Canada was a key factor in creating a ceasefire to end this conflict.
He was responsible for exposing a Soviet spy ring in Canada after World War Two.
A foreign aid package to help south Asia countries in particular India and Pakistan.
Canadian forces were part of the peacekeeping efforts in these countries:
Egypt & Libya
Rwanda & Somalia
Rwanda & Nigeria
Somalia & Egypt
The Canadian Prime Minister recognized the Communist government in China.
The first line of the radar in the Canadian North.
Mid Canada Line
Its goal is to help stabilize the world economy by helping countries in debt.
Lester Pearson won a Nobel Peace Prize for his role in helping to mediate which conflict?
This law shut down suspected Communist organizations/newspapers in Quebec in the early 1950"s.
This organization was created to combat world hunger and abolish disease.
He was the Canadian Prime Minister during the Cuban Missile Crisis who had strained relations with the US.
This eliminated tariffs on trade between Canada, the US, and Mexico.
He was responsible for major economic and social changes in the Soviet Union which led to the end of communism.
These policies instituted in the Soviet Union led to the end of communism.
The belief that if one country in South East Asia fell under communist control that others would follow is called?
Its recommendation was to encourage the federal government to patronize a variety of cultural activities.
This was created by the federal government to regulate and monitor the Canadian broadcasting industry to ensure that there was a guaranteed amount of Canadian content in radio/television.
Believe it or not, the Cold War, which took place after World War II between 1947 and 1991, is often overlooked as one of the great wars of the last few generations. It took place between the Soviet Union and the United States of...
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The United States and Great Britain believed that the liberated nations of Eastern Europe should: