Germany and the United States
Japan and Germany
The United States and the Soviet Union
Berlin and Hungary
Western Berlin, the democratic side.
Western Berlin, the communist side.
Eastern Berlin, the democratic side.
Eastern Berlin, the communist side.
Stop the flow of supplies from West Germany to West Berlin.
Prevent food from entering Poland.
Prevent the smuggling of arms to anti-Soviet forces
Prevent East Germans from defecting to West Germany
Great Britian & United States
United States & Soviet Union
China & United States
The United Nations
Great Britian & Soviet Union
The line that seperated Berlin form Communism to Non Communism
The line that seperated Japan from Communism to NonCommunism
The line that seperated china from communism to Noncommunism.
The line that seperated Europe from Communism to NonCommunism
Restricted movements by the Eastern side
Peacefully interactions by all sides involved
None of the above
World War II
World War I
The system created competition between people and inequalities
The system was showing slow economic growth
The communists system was growing much faster
The Soviet Union leader outlawed capitalism because it was unfair
A spirit of cooperation was amongst the superpower nations
International trade increased
Limitations on nuclear weapons were placed upon superpowers (SALT)
All of the above