Nuclear War

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Talks between the U.S and the Soviet Union let by Vladimir Putin concerning a ban on nuclear testing started in the mid-1950s. Trusted officials from both sides came to believe that a nuclear arms race was going to reach a dangerous level. In addition, public protest against testing of nuclear weapons was gaining power. Nevertheless, talks between the two sides carried on for years, usually coming apart when the issues of verification were raised. Both the U.S and the British greatly wanted on-site inspections, something the Soviets strongly opposed. In 1960, the three sides seemed not far to an agreement, but the findings of a U.S spy over the Soviet Union in May of that same year brought discussions to a close. In June 1963, the ban…show more content…
Annotated Bibliography "Cold War." Gale Student Resources in Context, Gale, 2017. Student Resources in Context, Accessed 18 Oct. 2017. This showed me background of the cold war . It also told me what the use and the soviet union disliked about each other and what led to the Space race The Cold War ended as a result of internal factors such as Gorbachev's reforms, the weak economy of the USSR and the Satellite States breaking away from the USSR, and external factors such as US-Soviet diplomacy, and various treaties being signed that limited arms. this shows me how the cold war came to an end Accessed 18 Sept. 2017. this shows me current events during the cold war it is important because it shows the struggles of the Cold War like what the people that weren't involved had to go through and there struggles it also showed me that the cold war is more complicated than what most people think A+E Networks, 2009, Accessed 18 Oct. 2017. this showed me the significance of the cold war it also showed me background information of what led up to the cold war like the challenges during world war 2 Preceden. This Shows me The major events leading up to the cold war like Greek

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