SS Ch. 12 Less. 1 Austins Spark

The Iron Curtain is the symbolic division between East and West in Europe during the Cold War.

Containment is the policy of holding back or stopping communism.

Airlift is the delivery of supplies by airplane.

The Cold War was a War in which two enimies do not fight in combat but instead compete and conflict in other ways.

Subversion are the attempts to overthrow or undermine a government by working secretly within that government.

Espionage is the act of spying.

Perjury is the crime of lying under oath.

Censure is to formally criticize.

The Cold War was just one development on the world scene.

In 1948 Whittaker Chambers, a magazine editor, claimed that he had been a Soviet spy.

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