The Pros And Cons Of The Cold War

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The cold war wasn’t literally a war just fought in the cold; it was more of a mental state of battles more than a physical one. A state of political and military tension after the Second World War (World War II) among powers of the Western blocks (The United States & its allies) VS. The powers in the Eastern bloc (Soviet Union and Warsaw pact) Germany’s LGBT culture and communities are thriving, and are now an intrinsic part of the lively and friendly atmosphere you can find in many of Germany’s towns and cities. Thanks to progressive legislation and an atmosphere of mutual respect for everyone, Germany is now one of the most progressive countries in Europe for LGBT people to live, work and of course visits too. There are active gay communities…show more content…
A state of political and military tension after the Second World War (World War II) among powers of the Western blocks (The United States & its allies) VS. The powers in the Eastern bloc; (Soviet Union and Warsaw pact). This war split the temporary wartime alliance against the Nazi (Germany), leaving the USSR, and the US as two super powers with unimaginable economic and political differences. The majority of the hockey players on the Soviets were members of the Red army and had few military responsibilities, having their government let them devote their lives to this game of hockey and practice year round…show more content…
Which later lead to extending military and financial aid to other countries such as Western Europe, even as supporting the anti-Communist side in the Greek Civil war and creating the NATO merge. The Berlin blockade which took place in (1948-49) was the most known crisis of the Cold War. Around the same time the race to space was also starting to happen which was also putting stress between the Soviet Union (USSR) and America for supremacy in spaceflight capability.
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