1. Why did the US become involved in Korea?
- China became communist in 1949 and North Korea invaded the South in 1950
- The USA wanted to gain influence
- They wanted China to become communist and the South invaded the North in 1950.
- The USA became communist in 1949 and South Korea invaded the North in 1950
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2. What other action of the USA suggested their policy was aggressive?
- Churchil's speech
- Marshall Aid - suggested they were trying to spread capitalist influence
- Carter doctrine
- Berlin Blockade - shouldn't have airlifted in supplies
3. What action of West Germany suggested the USA were following an aggressive policy?
- Started the Berlin Blockade
- They joined NATO despite the Potsdam agreement
- They bombed East Germany
- They joined the Warsaw pact despite the Yalta agreement
4. Define containment
- Allowing communism to exist within its current boundaries but to prevent further spread
- Prevent further growth and minimise existing influence of communism
- Give in to communism
- Allow communism to spread
5. How many countries were involved in Marshall aid?