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Cold War Ideology and Policies

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Cold War Ideology and Policies

Tyricho Washington

Axia College of University of Phoenix

Niccolina Mariconi

September 14, 2008

During war time, the United States and the Soviet Union (Russia) were unified together against Germany and Japan. Consequently, the United States and the Soviet Union (Russia) didn't trust each other. Even during war time there was a lack of trust. When the United States shared information with Great Britain, they kept that information from the Soviet Union. When a wall was built to separate East and West Germany, the United States and Soviet Union separated. Afterwards, the United States began helping with reconstruction of West Germany.

In addition, many believe the atomic bomb was implanted to keep the Soviet Union from gaining power over Japan. Also communism became a serious problem to the United States. When they thought they would lose China during the Chinese Revolution because of communism, it led to many different wars. The United States were trying to

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