Sino-Soviet Relations 1949-76

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  • Created on: 05-06-15 10:01

1. What did Mao describe the Sino-Soviet relationship as after Khrushchev refused to help China develop nuclear weapons?

  • A shark and human relationship
  • A cat and mouse relationship
  • A dog and cat relationship
  • A tom and jerry relationship
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2. How did the Korean War benefit Stalin?

  • Stalin was able to avoid direct military confrontation
  • Stalin could sit back and relax for a bit
  • Stalin could blame China for the conflict

3. When was the Treaty of Friendship, Alliance and Mutual Assistance signed?

  • 1951
  • 1950
  • 1949
  • 1960

4. In what way was Khrushchev more accommodating than Stalin?

  • He allowed changes to the Sino-Soviet border
  • He was just really friendly to Mao
  • He signed an agreement to give up Soviet territory in Lushun
  • He signed an agreement to give up Soviet territory in Manchuria

5. Why did Khrushchev refuse to help China develop its own nuclear weapons?

  • Mao had claimed that he was willing to see half the worlds population die to advance communism
  • Mao threatened that he would bomb America which would threaten Khrushchev's peaceful coexistence


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