Essay heading: Who's To Blame for The Cold War?
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July 1, 2009
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This led to problems in the development of the United Nations.
The Cold War deepened in June of 1948 as Soviet leaders declared that their currency would be circulated in all parts of Berlin, including those belonging to Britain, France and the US. As a way to influence the western allies to give up their parts of Berlin to them, the Soviet leaders turned off electrical power to West Berlin and blocked all highways and railroads into and out of the capital...
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This left two million people hostage without food, water or fuel. In order to protect their investments in West Berlin, America began an air relief by flying in 13,000 tons of supplies a day to a make shift runway. Beginning with the non-aggression pact and ending eventually with the fall of the Soviet Union in the 1990s, the Cold War has opened many eyes to the world of nuclear warfare and possible ends to the world...
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