The Cold War 1945-1991 Resource Book

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The Cold War 1945-1991 Resource Book 

This book is intended for use in Australian Senior Modern History classrooms.

It is designed around the NSW Stage 6 Syllabus for Modern History.

 It contains informational outlines, word finds, glossary lists, vocabulary, crosswords, mind-maps, cloze passages, true/false activities and extended writing or research tasks.

It is a supplementary educational resource for high school courses in Modern History, History, War Studies.

It is written in a “dot point” or summary style with activities following each section. Many answers are contained on the next page.

It is formatted in a “Blackline Master” format, which facilitates printing.

It is relevant to high school teachers or students studying alone.

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CONTENTS.

The book contains materials in the following areas:

Origins of the Cold War

Conferences

Emergence of the Superpowers

Differences between the Superpowers

The Truman Doctrine

The Berlin Blockade

China Becomes Communist

The Korean War

Development of the Cold War to 1968

The Domino Theory

Peaceful Coexistence

The Arms Race

The Space Race

The Berlin Wall

The Cuban Missile Crisis

Czechoslovakia 1968

Détente

The Vietnam War

Sino-Soviet Split

The Middle East

Invasion of Afghanistan

Reagan

Gorbachev

The Collapse of Communism

 

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