The beginning of the Cold War

This cartoon, drawn by Bruce Russell in 1945, is an excellent example of the symbols and concepts used throughout the Cold War.

What is so interesting about it is that it was drawn in 1945, at the beginning of the decades long conflict.

We have included a copy of the cartoon with questions and answers for your classroom.

For more on this era check out our resources:

US History PowerPoints

World History PowerPoints

Simulation games

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  1. I love this. I was never too interested in the Civil War (except for Ku Klux Klan), but I always loved the Cold War. C:


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