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The formation of a bipolar world

The formation of a bipolar world

The formation of the UN and the events following the end of World War II.




UN, Egyesült Nemzetek Szervezete, kétpólusú világ, peace, safety, potsdami konferencia, párizsi békekonferencia, League of Nations, USA, United States of America, World War II, Soviet Union, Stalin, peace conference, great power, communism, kommunista diktatúra, dictatorship, szuperhatalom, Stalinist, Közgyűlés, Biztonsági Tanács, Poland, Germany, England, France, Soviet, tagság, vétójog, balti államok, főtitkár, history, modern age

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Establishing the UN in San Francisco, CA 26th June 1945, United Nations, - Objective: to maintain international peace and security, - Leader: the Secretary General, - Principal bodies: the General Assembly and the Security Council, - Winners in World War II received pernament membership and veto power, Paris Peace Conference, 1946, Potsdam Conference 1945, Ireland, Great-Britain, Norway, Sweden, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Vatican, Corsica, Sardinia, Poland, Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Albania, Turkey, United States, Cuba, Israel, Afghanistan, India, China, North- Korea, South- Korea, FDR, GDR, Greece, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1948

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During its existence, hundreds of people attempted to escape over the Berlin Wall but most of these attempts ended with death.

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