The conflict in the ideologies between communism and capitalism resulted in one of the greatest conflicts of the twentieth century. It was believed that the democracy and freedom would die under the rule of communist, and this mind caused the government of United States of America to start the conflict which would last for some decades. The decision which was made by United State in World War II caused tensions to rise between the Soviet Union and the American States. Communism had a great fear in capitalist nations, and it caused the government of the States to use the propaganda for raising the anxieties during the Cold War. Furthermore, the media of America had the influence on the attitudes of Americans, making a hatred of communism become widespread in the whole nation. After these actions, the United States of America caused the conflict which is known as the Cold War with the help of its propaganda and political policy. During and after World War II the political relations were going on in Europe and had the considerable effect on laying the foundation and basis of the Cold War. Such conferences as Tehran and Yalta occurred during the war harshened the relationship between capitalists and communists.
American policy towards the Soviet Union was changed cardinally in the end of the World War II. 1945 was the year of electing the new president and it was the time of worsens relations with Russia. Furthermore, the rest of political contributions to the Cold War entailed the Marshall Plan and Truman Doctrine. European division between the east and west drew the physical borders which outlined the fact that it was the beginning of the war of misinformation. In addition, the treaties of time of the post war would continue to separate these two powers of the world for the decades. Through other countries, the waging of the hot wars also strengthened Cold War hatred. Firstly, the tensions of the cold war arose out of the World War II conferences, between the United States of America, Soviet Union and Great Britain. There was the first major conference in Tehran, which led the American States to start the Cold War. This conference included the representatives of these three nations. These representatives discussed the reshaping of the post-war Europe. In February of 1945, the representatives of these three nations met again, discussing the problems in Yalta.
The conflict in the ideologies between communism and capitalism resulted in one of the greatest conflicts of the twentieth century. It was believed that the democracy and freedom would die under the rule of communist, and this mind caused the government of United States of America to start the conflict which would last for some decades.