A type of government where the government controls business and laws
Communism
A free market where business owners control the economy
Capitalism
Not technically a war: tension between the United States and the Soviet Union
Cold War
A type of government where people vote for representatives to make laws
Democracy
An invisible divide between countries that supported communism and countries that supported democracy
Iron Curtain
Where the United States airplanes delivered supplies to West Berlin every day for 321 days
Berlin Airlift
A conflict between North Korea and South Korea that ended in a stalemate
Korean War
An organization formed to help prevent the spread of communism among free nations
NATO
A United States senator that spread the scare of communism in the US
Joseph McCarthy
Soviet Union leader after Joseph Stalin
Nikita Khrushchev
Contest between the United States and the Soviet Union to build and store weapons in case of a war breaking out
Arms Race
When the US discovered the Soviet Union was building missile launching pads in Cuba and President Kennedy blocked any Soviet Union ships from geting into Cuba
Cuban Missile Crisis
Conflict between the North and South Vietnamese: the United States got involved to help the South Vietnamese prevent spreading Communism
Vietnam War
British Prime minister
Winston Churchill
Attack against a person or country
Aggression
Agreement to stop fighting
Cease-fire
An informal organization formed after WWII to promote international peace, security, and cooperation
United Nations
Base location for the UN
New York
What the Korean war was considered
Police Action
Which side of Germany built the Berlin wall
East Germany