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Post WWII 50s Culture Korea /Cuba   People   Pot Luck


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    Democratic
 countries formed
this organization to
support each other
   economically.
What is NATO
(North Atlantic
    Treaty
 Organization)?
            $100
  Following this
  concept meant
  keeping Soviet
 influence within
existing borders.
  What is
containment?

         $200
Under this policy, the
  US supported any
 nations threatened
by communism using $
 or any other means
      possible.
What is the
 Truman
Doctrine?
         $300
 The crisis in
Berlin evolved
  when this
  occurred.
 What is when the
countries controlling
the zones in western
Germany decided to
    unite them?
                $400
 A nation with the
ability to influence
   economic and
  political events
around the world is
     called this.
   What is a
“superpower” ?

          $???
In 1950 3,548,000
     of these
contributed to the
  youth culture.
   What is a
“babyboomer” ?

          $100
These homes were
  mass produced
 utilizing building
strategies used in
      WWII.
What are
Levittown
 homes?
       $200
 The suburbs
grew for these
 two reasons.
  What are the
 need for space
and A-bomb fears
   of city life?
            $300
   The growth of
    automobiles
affected society in
 these three ways.
What are drive-ins
and diners as well
as the Interstate
  Highway Act?
              $400
For returning soldiers
this provided Federal
 funds for education,
  businesses and new
        homes.
What is the
 GI Bill?

         $500
The Korean War
  ended right
 where it began
at this location.
What is the
38th parallel?


           $100
 This is the art of
pushing a dangerous
  situation to the
 limit of safety to
     get a more
favorable outcome.
    What is
brinksmanship?

          $200
 This post Bay of
 Pigs plan included
 using the CIA to
   disrupt Cuba’s
    economy and
assassinate Castro.
 What is
Operation
Mongoose?
       $300
   This general
    questioned
Truman’s plans in
 Korea and was
fired as a result.
  Who is
 Douglas
MacArthur?
        $400
  This South
Korean leader
was an US ally
  during the
 Korean War.
 Who is
Syngman
 Rhee?
      $???
  This was the
 Soviet leader
   during the
1950s and Cuban
 Missile Crisis.
Who is Nikita
Khrushchev?

          $100
This man was found
guilty of giving the
  USSR A-bomb
    secrets; he
received 14 years.
Who is Klaus
  Fuchs?

         $200
This person led a
   successful
   communist
  revolution in
 China in 1949.
Who is Mao
 Zedong?

        $300
This man created
a plan to rebuild
  Europe after
WWII using $17
  billion in aid.
 Who is
 George
Marshall?
        $400
  This U-2 pilot
 claimed to be a
weather man when
he crashed in the
      USSR.
  Who was
Gary Powers?

         $500
  The successful
  launch of this
satellite put fear
 in the hearts of
    Americans.
What is
Sputnik?
       $100
This man started
 “witch hunts” in
America, ruining
the lives of many
    with false
   accusations.
Who is Joe
McCarthy?

        $200
The conference
    at Yalta
 contributed to
the Cold War in
  this manner.
 What is by allowing
  Stalin to keep all
 territory his troops
had recovered during
       the war.
                $300
   The 1960
  presidential
   election is
historic for this
     reason.
What is the influence
 of the TV debates
 and voter fraud in
 Texas and Illinois?

                $400
   The A-bomb
 affected average
  American life in
the 1950s this way.
  What is bomb
shelters, suburbs,
 and/or “duck and
     cover” ?
              $500
Cuba
 These three
results were
outcomes of
  the Cuban
Missile Crisis.
              What are:
1. a “hotline” is set up between the US and
   USSR.
2. Khrushchev loses power in USSR
3. Missiles out of Cuba-US takes away missiles
    in Turkey
4. Castro separates himself from US/USSR
4. the “wet foot dry foot” policy and the
    embargo of Cuba still exist today

								
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