IB history outline for Cold War
The reaction of the Soviets with the Molotov Plan and COMMON and their plan to spread communism. Include he Korean war and other wars. Significance: At the end of WI Stalin had the red army spread throughout Germany and Eastern Europe and it made the impression he was rather occupying it than helping it. Stalin and his wants for Poland. The United States and the Marshall Plan to help raise communism out of Greece and Turkey and to keep communism contained. The creation of the United Nations and Russian’s permanent seat giving Stalin veto power. Key Figures: Joseph Stalin, Winston Churchill, Harry Truman, Clement Attlee.
Related Topics: Causes, Practices and effects of war and Political developments in the Americas after World War Two. Topic: The cold war and the Americas (1945-1981) Research Question: The impact of U. S foreign aid on Europe and the conflict it arose with the USSR to cause the cold war Command Term: Analyze and Explain Dates: 1945-1981 Locales: Greece, Turkey, Poland, Germany. Overall Europe. Events: The aid to Greece and Turkey to help aid their weak economy and get rid of communism. The uprising of the Lubing Poles to get Poland free elections and a non communist government.
The Marshall Plan and Truman Doctrine to give economic help and military help to Europe. COMMON and the Molotov plan to help spread communism around Europe. Significance: Stalin wanted to move Poland back so they would not be exposed by any possible threat of entry. Mainly Greece and Turkey U. S forces were there to push out Stalin ‘s communism and use of Salami Tactics. The aid of the U. S to Korea and their involvement as well China’s involvement. Key Figures: Harry Truman, Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin Related Topics: The Cold War, Cold War Origins and Civil Rights movements.
Criteria A How did the Truman Doctrine and the Marshall plan impact the development of the cold war in its early years? The types of sources to be used are the Truman doctrine the Marshall plan, The Molotov plan and COMMON and any more documents including NATO and so on. How did the Marshall Plan affect Europe and what was the reaction of the Soviet Union. How did the Truman Doctrine affect Turkey and Greece and how did it affect the soviet union and its internal communist parties in these countries and how did it drive them to create COMMON and the Molotov plan.
What was the worldview of these actions from other countries within Europe that did not take aid from either country. What was the united States goal in this aid to Europe and why. What were the reactions of the Soviets and why did they act this way, and what counter measures did they take. As well the National Security Act of 1947 which was used to make key foreign policy issues. The two main sources of this argument is the Marshall Plan and the Truman Doctrine. The time frame is between 1947 and about 1960.