By John Aldred, Sally Waller
Written to hide the AQA background a degree Unit three specification (HIS3N), our pupil booklet presents a centred examine key occasions in background in the course of 1945-2004, and allows scholars to achieve a better realizing of this ancient interval.
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Additional resources for AQA History A2 Unit 3 Aspects of International Relations, 1945-2004
China increasingly viewed itself, rather than the Soviet Union, as the arbiter of connnunist influence in Asia. The relationship between China and the Soviet Union had been undermined because of the Korean War and this would have profound significance as China strengthened its status as a global superpower during the following two decades . By 1 9 53, as the Korean War ended, the principle features of the Cold War were in place and these were to determine the nature of international relations for almost 20 years .
C • . R P O R A T I O S . ' C E D I V I S I O N. MANS F I ELD, e OHJO The catalyst that triggered a fundamental reorientation of US foreign policy can1e in Europe . Stalin had agreed that Greece should re1nain within the Western sphere of influence after the war. A civil war had erupted between the monarchists and Greek communists when Greece was liberated from Nazi occupation. Britain had been providing aid to the anti-communist forces in Greece but in February 1 94 7 it announced that this aid was no longer available and appealed to the U SA to assume the financial burden.
Activity Revision activity Write a n ewspaper article on either the Tru m a n Doctri ne or the M a rshall Plan from i ) a Western AND ii ) a Soviet perspective. The Berlin blockade, j u ne 1 948 to May 1 949 It was an economic issue that appeared to be the immediate causal factor of what was seen as the most dangerous crisis in Europe since the war ended. The western allies had sought to create a stable and common • • Section 1 The Emergence of the Superpowers, 1 945-62 currency across their j oint zones of occupation.
AQA History A2 Unit 3 Aspects of International Relations, 1945-2004 by John Aldred, Sally Waller