Cold War Pictionary Dictionary



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Cold War Pictionary Dictionary

Directions: For each term you must: Write the definition, explain the term in your own words and draw a picture of that term




Term



Definition


Use this word in a sentence


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1.)Cold War










2.)instability












3.)cease-fire












4.)capitalism











5.) containment












6.)Iron Curtain








7.) NATO











8.) Warsaw Pact










9.)Domino Theory










Cold War Pictionary Definitions

Cold War- a state of tension between the United States and the Soviet Union without actual fighting, which divided the world into two camps.

Instability- unpredictable

Cease-fire- break in fighting

Capitalism- economic system in which there is private ownership of businesses

Containment- restrict expansion of communism

Iron Curtain- The political and military barrier that isolated Soviet controlled countries of Eastern Europe after World War II.

NATO- North Atlantic Treaty Organization, countries that joined NATO agreed to protect one another and to defend against a possible Soviet invasion of Western Europe.

Warsaw Pact-In response to NATO, the Soviet Union created an alliance of its own with the Communists governments of Eastern Europe.

Domino Theory- in 1950s and 1960s a theory that if one country fell to communism, neighboring countries would also start to fall to communism (imagine falling dominos).

Cold War Pictionary Definitions

Cold War- a state of tension between the United States and the Soviet Union without actual fighting, which divided the world into two camps.

Instability- unpredictable

Cease-fire- break in fighting

Capitalism- economic system in which there is private ownership of businesses

Containment- restrict expansion of communism

Iron Curtain- The political and military barrier that isolated Soviet controlled countries of Eastern Europe after World War II.

NATO- North Atlantic Treaty Organization, countries that joined NATO agreed to protect one another and to defend against a possible Soviet invasion of Western Europe.

Warsaw Pact-In response to NATO, the Soviet Union created an alliance of its own with the Communists governments of Eastern Europe.

Domino Theory- in 1950s and 1960s a theory that if one country fell to communism, neighboring countries would also start to fall to communism (imagine falling dominos).


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