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    History – Cold War

    1. Origins of the Cold War – Explores the conditions post-World War II and the political tension between USSR and the Western bloc, primarily the USA, including the ideological differences between capitalist and communist systems.

    2. Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan – Discusses the American strategic policies designed to counter Soviet geopolitical expansion during the Cold War, comparing their goals, implementation, and outcomes.

    3. The Berlin Blockade and Airlift – Details the first major crisis of the Cold War, when the Soviet Union blocked railway and road access to West Berlin but the Western Allies airlifted supplies to the city.

    4. NATO and Warsaw Pact – Gives a comparison of the major political alliances of the period, providing details of their formation, membership, and strategic goals.

    5. Korean War (1950–1953) – Provides an overview of the conflict that symbolized the global struggle between the East and West, with specific emphasis on the role of the Cold War in its initiation and conclusion.

    6. The Space Race – Chronicles an important aspect of the Cold War marked by the competition between the USSR and USA for dominance in spaceflight capability.

    7. Cuban Missile Crisis (1962) – Describes the high-stakes confrontation between the USA and USSR over the installation of nuclear-armed Soviet missiles in Cuba.

    8. Vietnam War (1955-1975) – Analyzes the prolonged conflict in Vietnam as a significant theater of the Cold War, emphasizing the roles the USA, USSR, and local forces played.

    9. Détente and Arms Reduction – Discusses the period of eased tensions between the East and West, including important agreements on arms control and cooperation.

    10. The Fall of the Berlin Wall and Reunification of Germany – Details these pivotal events as symbols of the end of the Cold War, addressing their causes and impacts.

    11. Dissolution of the Soviet Union – Investigates the collapse of the USSR and its implications, which marked the end of the Cold War.

    12. Post-Cold War Era – Evaluates the political, economic, and cultural impacts at the end of the Cold War, including the legacy and lessons learned about international relations, democracy, and conflict resolution.