Первый слайд презентации: Great Britain, the USA and the USSR in the Cold War
The author : Manaenkova V.S.,19IPA1
Слайд 2: The speech in Fulton
March 5, 1946. Winston Churchill delivers his famous speech in Fulton, Missouri, USA. " From Stettin on the Baltic to Trieste on the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended on the continent." It is believed that this speech marked the beginning of the "Cold war". « The sinews of peace »
Слайд 3: Stalin’s interview connected with Churchill’s speech at Fulton
- May one consider that Mr. Churchill’s speech has caused harm to the cause of peace and security? - Certainly. The essence of the affair is that Mr. Churchill now assumes the position of a warmonger.
Слайд 4: The post-war world
The division of Europe by the Iron Curtain the international military and political prestige of the USSR the clash of ideologies Imperialism led by the United States by different forces counteracted the development of the socialist system the" Truman doctrine", the Marshall plan
Слайд 6: Creating ATS
In 1955, the USSR created the ATS (Warsaw Pact Organization ). This important military-political act led to parity between the two blocs for several decades. The ATS included Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, East Germany, Poland, Romania, and the USSR. The block confrontation was supported by the arms’ race.
Слайд 7: The Cuban missile crisis
The successful development of the USSR in the field of atomic and hydrogen bombs eliminated the USA monopoly on the possession of weapons of mass destruction. The development of nuclear weapons led to the Cuban missile crisis of October 1962. T he Cuban missile crisis was resolved by an agreement between the two countries, and after October 28, the "nuclear blockades" were disarmed.
Слайд 8: Space Race
Space Race - so catchy were named in America events that took place in the United States, the USSR and near space from the late fifties to the end of the sixties. Launch of the satellite the first human to travel into space a "lunar mission" “How could it be that the Soviets had gotten there faster?” Steven Schlossman
Слайд 9: The final stage
T he policy of "new political thinking", announced by Gorbachev in 1985 In December 1989, Mikhail Gorbachev and George Bush announced the end of the cold war at the summit on the island of Malta.
Последний слайд презентации: Great Britain, the USA and the USSR in the Cold War: the outcome
The “Arms race” and the “space race" led to a breakthrough in the scientific field. The victory over the socialist camp the beginning of the formation of a new Russia the value of peace