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The Cold War - Superpower Tensions and Rivalries
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1: Growth and tension - the origins of the Cold War 1943-1949 1.1: The formation of the grand alliance to 1943 1.2: The wartime conferences 1943-1945 1.3: The emergence of superpower rivalry in Europe 1945-1949 1.4: Cold War crisis in Europe 1.5: The atom bomb 1.6: The roles of the USA and the Soviet Union in the origins of the Cold War 1.7: Case Study 1: Yugoslavia under Tito 2: Global spread of the Cold War 1945-1962 2.1: Emergence of superpower rivalry in Asia 1945-1949 2.2: Communist success in China and its relations with the USSR and the USA 1946-1949 2.3: North Korean invasion of South Korea 1950 2.4: Origins of the Non-Aligned Movement 2.5: Cold War crisis in Europe - the Hungarian uprising 2.6: The Suez Crisis 2.7: Congo Crisis 1960-1964 2.8: Berlin Crisis and the Berlin Wall 2.9: Sino-Soviet tensions, the Taiwan Strait crises and the split 2.10: Cuban Missile Crisis 2.11: Case Study 2: Guatemala during the Cold War 3: Reconciliation and renewed conflict 1963-1979 3.1: The invasion of Czechoslovakia 3.2: Arms race and detente 3.3: Sino-US agreements 3.4: The election, presidency and overthrow of Salvador Allende in Chile 3.5: Cold War crisis in Asia Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan 1979 3.6: Case Study 3: Vietnam 4: The end of the Cold War 4.1: Eastern European dissent 4.2: Cold War crisis: The Able Archer crisis 1983 4.3: Gorbachev's policies 4.4: The effect of Gorbachev's policies on Eastern Europe and the end of the Cold War 4.5: The end of the USSR 1989-1991

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