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I spoke the truth there right winger. The Cold War was about preventing
NUCLEAR WAR. That was the mission of the USAF.
Now go play with yourself since you can't manage to connect facts and
arrive at a logical thought.
Most folks know that the Cold War was about the comtainment of
communism. Why do you have to be such a dumbshit.
Fighting the Cold War to prevent a nuclear war would be like fucking
for chastity. So I assume you did a good bit of air-fucking on the
safe airbase. Run around holding your little penis in your hand
yelling, "this is my gun". Get some Rambo.
The Cold War was the period of conflict, tension and competition
between the United States and the Soviet Union and their respective
allies from the mid-1940s until the early 1990s. Throughout the
period, the rivalry between the two superpowers was played out in
multiple arenas: military coalitions; ideology, psychology, and
espionage; military, industrial, and technological developments,
including the space race; costly defense spending; a massive
conventional and nuclear arms race; and many proxy wars.
The term "Cold War" was introduced in 1947 by Americans Bernard Baruch
and Walter Lippmann to describe emerging tensions between the two
former wartime allies. There never was a direct military engagement
between the U.S. and the Soviet Union, but there was a half-century of
military buildup, and political battles for support around the world,
including significant involvement of allied and satellite nations.
Although the U.S. and the Soviet Union had been allied against Nazi
Germany, the two sides differed on how to reconstruct the postwar
world even before the end of the World War II. Over the following
decades, the Cold War spread outside Europe to every region of the
world, as the U.S. sought the "containment" of communism and forged
numerous alliances to this end, particularly in Western Europe, the
Middle East, and Southeast Asia.