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Cold War (1962–1979): Quiz


Question 1: [14][15] The international image of the Soviet Union suffered considerably, especially among Western student movements inspired by the "________" and non-Aligned Movement states.
Left-wing politicsNew LeftMarxism1960s

Question 2: President Richard Nixon and Soviet leader ________ signed the SALT I treaty to limit the development of strategic weapons.
Leonid BrezhnevMikhail GorbachevJoseph StalinYuri Andropov

Question 3: The North Vietnamese under ________ were backed by the Soviet Union and China.
Harry S. TrumanCharles de GaulleHo Chi MinhJohn F. Kennedy

Question 4: While the period from 1962 until Détente had no incidents as dangerous as the ________, there was an increasing loss of legitimacy and good will worldwide for both the major Cold War participants.
Cuban ProjectJohn F. KennedyFidel CastroCuban Missile Crisis

Question 5: maintained its Cold War engagement with the ________ during the period, despite internal preoccupations with the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam War antiwar movement.
RussiaEast GermanySoviet UnionJoseph Stalin

Question 6: In the United Kingdom, meanwhile, The War Game, a ________ television film written, directed, and produced by Peter Watkins was a Cold War piece of a darker nature.
Raidió Teilifís ÉireannTG4Norwegian Broadcasting CorporationBBC

Question 7: President ________ began a policy of slow disengagement from the war.
George H. W. BushRonald ReaganRichard NixonGerald Ford

Question 8: In 1968, ________ member Czechoslovakia attempted reforms and was subsequently invaded by the Soviet Union and other Warsaw Pact members, crushing the reforms.
Eastern BlocJoseph StalinIron CurtainBerlin Wall

Question 9: As at New Delhi, anti-________, economic development, and cultural cooperation were the principal topics.
ImperialismBritish EmpireFrench colonial empireColonialism

Question 10: The Organization of African Unity (OAU) was created in ________, Ethiopia, in 1963 because African leaders believed that disunity played into the hands of the superpowers.
Addis AbabaCairoAsmaraNairobi


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