Berlin Blockade - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Berlin Blockade (24 June 1948 – 12 May 1949) was one of the first major international crises of the Cold War. During the multinational occupation of post–World War II Germany, the Soviet Union blocked the Western Allies' railway, road...

Berlin Blockade - Cold War -

The Berlin Blockade was an attempt in 1948 by the Soviet Union to limit the ability of France, Great Britain and the United States to travel to their sectors of Berlin, which lay within...

Berlin Blockade

Surface traffic from non-Soviet zones to Berlin was blockaded, leaving open only the air corridors.[35] The Soviets rejected arguments that the occupation rights in the non-Soviet sectors of Berlin...

Cold War Museum | The Berlin Blockade

The first heightening of Cold War tensions occurred in 1948 when the Soviets imposed a partial blockade of Berlin in April, and then a full blockade in June.

Berlin blockade and airlift | Europe [1948-1949] |

As a result of the blockade and airlift, Berlin became a symbol of the Allies’ willingness to oppose further Soviet expansion in Europe.

American Experience . Race for the Superbomb . Berlin Blockade | PBS

People & Events Berlin Blockade. The blockade of Berlin was the first serious crisis of the Cold War. By 1948, the Western allies began moving towards consolidating their occupation zones in...

Berlin Blockade

2. Working as a whole class, draw a spidergram to show all the reasons why the Berlin blockade failed. 3. What were the results of the Berlin Blockade.

The Berlin Blockade (10m) - YouTube

The Berlin Crisis of 1961 (USA vs Soviet Union) - The Berlin Wall_Full Length Cold War Documentary - Duration: 27:32.

Berlin Blockade / Berlin Airlift

Summary: Blockade of the US, UK and French zones of Berlin by the Soviet Union, intended to force negotiations over the division and future of Germany.

The Berlin Blockade - HistoryWiz Exhibit, Primary Sources, Images...

The Berlin Blockade: Berlin was located completely within the eastern side of Germany which was occupied by the Russians.

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