Quatru sinòtticu di l'iventa ntâ Guerra Fridda

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La Verra Frida si usa diri c'accuminzau nta lu 1947, sùbbutu dòppu la secunna guerra munniali. Nta ogni casu sciarra, picca firucia l'unu cu l'autru e tinzioni ca fuorru li fattura basilari di la Verra Frida ponu siri ducumintati ca accuminzarri nta na manera seria subbitu duoppu a Prima Verra Mundiali nta lu 1914.
Lu quadru sinotticu ilenca macari dati impurtanti nta l'uriggini di la Verra Frida, sibbeni sta paggina cierca di dari na brevi spiegazzioni di comu sti iventa influenzarru a Verra Frida (1947-1991) vera e propria.

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Granni divisiona suciali nta lu munnu tra chiddi ca ci avieunu lu putiri e n zaccu i sanaredda e chidda ca vivienu comu a li bestie.

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  • Rivuluzzioni di Frivaru e Rivuluzzioni di Uttuviri: A Rivuluzzioni Russa di lu 1917
  • Uttuviri 25: A rivuluzzioni bulscivica eni nu golpi sinza ittari sancu unni lu partitu cumunista russu pigghia lu cuntrollu nta na nuttata e 'nfini porta a funnazzioni di l'Unioni Suvietica. Lu primu attu puliticu di Lenin eni di niguzziari a paci cu li tideschi, lassannuci nu munzieddu di tirrituri uccidintali a lu statu girmanicu.
  • Uttùviru: Inizziu dâ Verra Civili Russa

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  • Austu: 'Ntirventu alliatu 'nta Verra Civili Russa - a Gran Britannia, gli Stati Uniti di la Merica e a Francia mannanu truppi ppi circari d'aiutari lu Sercitu Viancu a bincìri supra a li Bulscivichi e l'Armata Russa. Nun sa firanu e lu Zarri ca so famigghia riali vènunu gghiustizziati, ma stu nun fàrisi l'affari soi di parti di l'Ovist ci rumpi i scatuli ei Russi.

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  • 29 Dicèmmiri: S'apprisenta supra a scena 'ntirnazziunali l'Unioni Suvietica duoppu ca li Bulscivichi vinciunu a Verra Civili Russa.

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  • Vladimir Lenin sa cuagghia ruoppu lu terzu 'nfartu nta n'annu lassannu nu vuotu ri putiri..

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  • June 6th: The United Kingdom (UK), United States (US) and Canada land in Normandy, France, in the D-Day landings. US, UK and other Allied forces have fought in the Mediterranean and Italy for the past 11 months, in order to draw German forces away from the main invasion area. The four years of war against Germany see 26.5 million Russian dead in contrast to 300,000 American in all theatres of war, and 390,000 British dead.
  • August 29th: Soviet territory is fully liberated from Axis troops. Soviet troops enter Poland.

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  • January 1: The American and British zones of control in Germany are united to form the Bizone also known as Bizonia.
  • March 12: United States President Harry Truman announces the Truman Doctrine. The Doctrine states that the USA will remain committed to "contain" further communist expansion. Truman cites the domino effect as a possibility.
  • May 22: US extends $400 million of military aid to Greece and Turkey, signalling its intent to contain communism in the Mediterranean.
  • June 5: Secretary of State George Marshall outlines plans for a comprehensive program of economic assistance for the war-ravaged countries of Western Europe. It would become known throughout the world as the Marshall Plan.
  • July 11: The US announces new occupation policies in Germany. The occupation directive JCS 1067, whose economic section had prohibited "steps looking toward the economic rehabilitation of Germany [or] designed to maintain or strengthen the German economy", is replaced by the new US occupation directive JCS 1779 which instead notes that "An orderly, prosperous Europe requires the economic contributions of a stable and productive Germany."
  • August 14: India and Pakistan are granted independence by the United Kingdom.
  • November 14: The United Nations passes a resolution calling for the withdrawal of foreign soldiers from Korea, free elections in each of the two administrations, and the creation of a UN commission dedicated to the unification of the peninsula.

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  • July 20: Neutralization of Laos is established by international agreement, but North Vietnam refuses to withdraw its personnel. [2]
  • September 8: Himalayan War: Chinese forces attack India, making claims on numerous border areas.
  • October 16: Cuban Missile Crisis: The Soviets have secretly been installing military bases, including nuclear weapons, on Cuba, some 90 miles from the US mainland. Kennedy orders a "quarantine" (a naval blockade) of the island that intensifies the crisis and brings the US and the USSR to the brink of nuclear war. In the end, the Soviets back down and agree to withdraw their nuclear missiles from Cuba, in exchange for a secret agreement by Kennedy pledging to withdraw similar American missiles from Turkey, and guaranteeing that the US will not move against the Castro regime.
  • November 21: End of the Himalayan War. China occupies a small strip of Indian land. The war will influence India, one of the leaders of the non-aligned movement, to indeed align itself with the Soviets in a decade.

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  • March 8: US military build up to defend South Vietnam. North Vietnam has also committed its forces in the war. US begins sustained bombing of North Vietnam.
  • April 28: US forces invade the Dominican Republic to prevent a similar communist takeover like that occurred in Cuba.
  • August 15: Second Indo-Pakistani War.
  • November 14: Battle of the Ia Drang, the first major engagement between US Troops and regular Vietnamese forces.

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