Cold War Writing Exercises Worksheets | Student Handouts
 
Welcome to Student Handouts--www.studenthandouts.com! 100% free teaching materials for students in kindergarten through high school--lesson plans, worksheets, PowerPoints, outlines, interactive games, puzzles, and so much more!
Share the learning joy!
 
Cold War Writing Exercises Worksheets
Free to Print (PDF Files) - World History > Cold War > Cold War Printable Worksheets
 
 
Cold War Writing Exercises Worksheets - Free to print (PDF files) for high school World History students.
Free Worksheets and More for Teachers

Russia Map Worksheet

Election of 1996 and the Political Aftermath Reading with Questions

Revolution in China PowerPoint
 
 
Cold War Writing Exercises Sheet #1 - Answer each of the following questions using complete sentences. 1. What did Winston Churchill mean by the phrase "iron curtain"? 2. Explain how postwar Japan wrote and adopted its new constitution. 3. Describe postwar Germany’s diplomatic relations with Israel. Click here to print.
 
Cold War Writing Exercises Sheet #2 - Answer each of the following questions on the postwar era using complete sentences. 1. How was Germany organized following World War II? 2. What was the impact of the Holocaust on those European Jews who survived World War II? 3. Describe postwar Germany’s adoption of one of Europe’s most liberal asylum laws.Click here to print.
 
Cold War Writing Exercises Sheet #3 - Answer each of the following questions using complete sentences. 1. Describe the two superpowers of the Cold War. 2. Explain the role of the United Nations in Korea following World War II. 3. What is meant by the term surrogate (or proxy) war? Give at least two examples. Click here to print.
 
Cold War Writing Exercises Sheet #4 - Answer each of the following questions using complete sentences. 1. Compare and contrast North Korea and South Korea. Summarize the events of the Vietnam War. 2. U.S. President George W. Bush (2001-2009) included North Korea in his "Axis of Evil." 3. Why, half a century after the end of the Korean War, did many Americans view North Korea as a threat? Click here to print.
 
 
Cold War Books and Films Cold War Outlines and Powerpoints
   
Cold War Maps and Pictures Online Study Games - SOON
   
Cold War Miscellany Cold War Worksheets