cold war

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May 28, 2022

The Cold War was a period of geographic tension between the Soviet Union and the United States and its allies from both the Eastern and Western blocs. After World War II Historians have yet to fully agree on what the Cold War was. But such a typical period would be from the proclamation of Trumanism in 1947 until the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 with mutual assured destruction (MAD). does not agree to pre-attack by either party In addition to the development of nuclear weapons depots and conventional military use. The struggle for domination was manifested by indirect means, such as psychological warfare. Propaganda, espionage, remote sanctions Rivalry at sporting events and technological competitions such as the space race. The word "cool" has been used. Because there was no direct large-scale battle between the two superpowers. But they each supported a major regional conflict known as proxy war. This conflict was based on an ideological and geographical struggle for global influence by two superpowers. After they agreed a provisional alliance and their victory over Nazi Germany in 1945, the Cold War divided the Allies during the war. Only the USSR and the United States remained as two superpowers with profound economic and political differences: originally a single-party Marxist-Leninist state that pursued economic plans and media control. and is the owner of