The Cold War: Relationship Between The Soviet Union And The United States

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The Cold War was the tense relationship between the United States (and its allies), the Soviet Union (the USSR and its allies) and the United Kingdom (The three main 'powers ' ) between the end of World War II and the expiry of the Soviet Union; i.e. the years 1945 to 1991.
The Cold War started mainly because the United States did not gain trust against communists and the Soviet and USSR did not trust capitalists. So there was a cold relationship between two countries thoughts, activities and other things. After endings the World War II, the Soviet Union and the US both were clearly going to be the two powerful countries for some time to come.
The Cold War was a long duration of frustration between the democracies of the Western World and the communist countries of Eastern Europe. Although the two powerful countries never officially declared war on each other, they fought discursively in proxy wars, the arms race, and the space race. Historians are not confident about the date but they assume it was very near of 1947–1991.
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Korean war, Vietnam war, Chinese Civil war, Yom Kippur war, Soviet Afghanistan war these wars were the directly held and directly concured country.
These are the major events of the cold war or proxy

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