America in the 20th Century: The Cold War

Full Video |2:10:46

America in the 20th Century: The Cold War

Full Video |2:10:46

Following World War II, the U.S. and Soviet Union embraced in a chilling diplomatic standoff that fundamentally changed the world. The program traces the development of the conflict from the Potsdam Conference to the dissolution of the Soviet Union and addresses such concepts and events as containment policy, the Berlin Airlift, McCarthyism, the military-industrial complex, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the Reagan Doctrine.

©2009 Media Rich Learning| Grade(s) 6-8, 9-12

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