Why was the conflict between the Soviet Union and the United States described as a “cold” war?
A.It was “cold” because it was not very significant or important.
B.The two sides did not engage each other directly in a military conflict.
C.The Soviet Union has a very cold climate
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lol i'm taking a history quiz and i'm stuck on question 1 lol
B, think of a cold war as a stare-down. Lots of tension, but no one throwing any punches. :)
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A is very wrong, the Cold War was incredibly important and C is just stupid
Nuclear arms race caused tensions and nuclear annihilation was a worry, which is why it was a 'cold' war. There was no conflict, but a war of technology and intelligence. As well as one upping each others nuclear arsenals.