Cold war - 1947 to 1962
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In the aftermath of the Second World War, the international situation did not seem to be at peace. At the Potsdam Conference in July-August 1945 (the war was over in Europe), tensions were already evident between the two great powers - USSR and the United States.
These tensions were far from diminishing and grew rapidly. Thus, on 5th March 1946, Winston Churchill, in his famous speech, announced the birth of 'an iron curtain that descended across the continents'. The world was about to enter a long period of Cold war, which was characterized by indirect confrontations between the two camps.
In this paper we reflect and analyze on the first period of this Cold War, from 1947 to 1962. It is interesting to look at the events that occurred between these two dates.
In this paper, we will first, study the rupture of 1947 (1948-1953) and then analyze the reflux period of the Cold War from 1953 to 1962.
Tags - the cold war, iron curtain, Churchill