Flashcards-The Cold War

Flashcards-The Cold War
Flashcards-The Cold War
Flashcards-The Cold War
Flashcards-The Cold War
Flashcards-The Cold War
Flashcards-The Cold War
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If you would like to purchase the 11 set bundle of post Civil War US History flashcards for a discounted price, click here

This set of flashcards can be used to review the Cold War.

*Flashcards are in a PDF format. There are 2 flashcards per page. To use these in my classroom, I cut the page in half horizontally, fold the flashcard over, then laminate. After I laminate the flashcards, I hole punch these and put a book ring through each set. A preview flashcard is also included that can be attached to the front of the stack to keep the cards organized and labeled.

*Also included is an editable PowerPoint slide if you would like to add any terms or questions to your set. Just insert a text box over the frame and type your questions. The font I have used throughout this set is KG Lego House and is free to download for personal use through Kimberly Geswein's TpT store.

This set includes 38 flashcards as follows:
What is communism?
What is ideology?
What is NATO?
What was the Berlin Airlift?
What was the “Iron Curtain”?
What was the Cold War?
What is propaganda?
What was the Korean War?
What was “Red Scare”?
Who was Joseph McCarthy?
What is an arms race?
Who was John F. Kennedy?
What was the Cuban Missile Crisis?
What was the Berlin Wall?
What was the space race?
What was Sputnik?
Who was John Glenn?
What were the Geneva Accords?
Who was Ho Chi Minh?
What was the Vietnam Conflict?
What is guerilla warfare?
Who was referred to as a “dove”?
Who was referred to as a “hawk”?
Who was Maya Ying Lin?

What is the difference between communism and capitalism?
Why was traffic into the city of Berlin stopped?
Why did the Cold War start?
What started the Korean War?
Why did the United States keep troops in South Korea after the war?
What was SEATO?
Why would a country want to stay ahead in the arms race?
Why did US citizens constantly watch the news during the Cuban Missile Crisis?
Why was the Berlin Wall built?
Why were US citizens concerned when the Soviet Union launched Sputnik?
What did Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin do when they landed on the moon?
Why did the United States send money and assistance to Vietnam?
Why was the Vietnam War so difficult for American soldiers?
What was the outcome of the Vietnam War?
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