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52f. Domestic Challenges

52f. Domestic Challenges
Written by Derrick Peterson on 2017-07-22


The end of World War II brought a series of challenges to Harry Truman. The entire economy had to be converted from a wartime economy to a consumer economy. Strikes that had been delayed during the war erupted with a frenzy across America. Inflation threatened as millions of Americans planned to spend wealth they had not enjoyed since 1929. As the soldiers returned home, they wanted their old jobs...(Read More)

52e. The Korean War

52e. The Korean War
Written by Derrick Peterson on 2017-07-22


While many of us have probably seen episodes of the TV show "M*A*S*H," few of us could explain what caused the Korean War. Here's a chance to understand what "Dr. Benjamin Franklin ("Hawkeye") Pierce from Crabapple Cove, Maine, was doing in Korea.Containment had not gone so well in Asia. When the Soviet Union entered the war against Japan, they sent troops into Japanese-occupied Korea. As American...(Read More)

52d. The Berlin Airlift and NATO

52d. The Berlin Airlift and NATO
Written by Derrick Peterson on 2017-07-22


Berlin, Germany's wartime capital was the prickliest of all issues that separated the United States and Soviet Union during the late 1940s. The city was divided into four zones of occupation like the rest of Germany. However, the entire city lay within the Soviet zone of occupation. Once the nation of East Germany was established, the Allied sections of the capital known as West Berlin became an...(Read More)

52c. Containment and the Marshall Plan

52c. Containment and the Marshall Plan
Written by Derrick Peterson on 2017-07-22


Communism was on the march.When the Red Army marched on Germany, it quickly absorbed the nearby nations Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania into the Soviet Union. Soon communist forces dominated the governments of Romania and Bulgaria. By the fall of 1945, it was clear that the Soviet-backed Lublin regime had complete control of Poland, violating the Yalta promise of free and unfettered elections there....(Read More)

52b. The United Nations

52b. The United Nations
Written by Derrick Peterson on 2017-07-22


The Allies had won the war, but would they be able to keep the peace?An examination of the period between WWI and WWII showed a lack of commitment to the spirit of internationalism. The old League of Nations proved too weak in structure to fill this void. Perhaps a stronger international body, as envisioned by Woodrow Wilson, was necessary to keep the world powers from tearing each other apart. It...(Read More)

52a. The Cold War Erupts

52a. The Cold War Erupts
Written by Derrick Peterson on 2017-07-22


In 1945, one major war ended and another began.The Cold War lasted about 45 years. There were no direct military campaigns between the two main antagonists, the United States and the Soviet Union. Yet billions of dollars and millions of lives were lost in the fight.The United States became the leader of the free-market capitalist world. America and its allies struggled to keep the communist, totalitarian...(Read More)

52. Postwar Challenges

52. Postwar Challenges
Written by Derrick Peterson on 2017-07-22


Euphoria.When Japan surrendered to the Allies at the end of the long summer of 1945, Americans were ecstatic. Ticker tape parades were staged in nearly every town to welcome America's returning heroes.Unquestionably, the United States entry in World War II made the difference for the Allied cause. The American army and navy were now the most powerful in the world. Even those who did not fight could...(Read More)

51g. The Decision to Drop the Bomb

51g. The Decision to Drop the Bomb
Written by Derrick Peterson on 2017-04-30


America had the bomb. Now what?When Harry Truman learned of the success of the Manhattan Project, he knew he was faced with a decision of unprecedented gravity. The capacity to end the war with Japan was in his hands, but it would involve unleashing the most terrible weapon ever known.American soldiers and civilians were weary from four years of war, yet the Japanese military was refusing to give...(Read More)

51f. The Manhattan Project

51f. The Manhattan Project
Written by Derrick Peterson on 2017-04-30


Early in 1939, the world's scientific community discovered that German physicists had learned the secrets of splitting a uranium atom. Fears soon spread over the possibility of Nazi scientists utilizing that energy to produce a bomb capable of unspeakable destruction.Scientists Albert Einstein, who fled Nazi persecution, and Enrico Fermi, who escaped Fascist Italy, were now living in the United States....(Read More)





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