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Can you name any key events that we mainly associate with the Cold War?
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User: Can you name any key events that we mainly associate with the Cold War?

Weegy: Some key events associated with the Cold War are the launch of Sputnik, The Cuban Missle Crisis and the Yalta Conference
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User: Did you ever study the Cold War in school? If so, what are some aspects of the Cold War that you remember?

Weegy: The Cold War was between the Soviet Union and the United States
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Did you ever study the Cold War in school?
Weegy: Yes I did. Did you have a question about the Cold War? User: yes, If so, what are some aspects of the Cold War that you remember? Weegy: Cold War is a war between USA and Soviet Union during 1945 to 1980.During this war Americans used new atomic weapons. The reason for using the name ‘cold war’ due to the good and friendly relationship between USA and Soviet Union. [ Actually in the cold both countries not fight each other. It is war between communist countries and democratic countries during this war Soviet Union support the North Vietnam it is a communist country. But America supports the South Vietnam it was an anticommunist country. Americans fight for the safe democracy, but the Soviet Union fought for the communism. During this war USA and Soviet Union tried to hold their values and beliefs. There are so many events happened during this time, some of the events are Defeat of Germany, Returns to parliament democracy in the west, Soviet Control of Eastern Europe, The Berlin Crisis - the Climax of the Conflict between the East and the West in Europe are some of the events happened during this cold war (Cold war 1945-1960, p.1). ] User: Who were the parties involved in the Cold War? Weegy: It was between the United States and the Soviet Union. (More)
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post the names of three artists (not writers or musicians, but rather, visual artists such as painters, sculptors, and so forth) that you think were the most influential during the 1960s.
Weegy: So drastically simplified, it might seem to many people that what passes for Conceptual art is not in fact "art" at all, much as Jackson Pollock's "drip" paintings, or Andy Warhol's Brillo Boxes (1964), [ seemed to contradict what previously had passed for art. But it is important to understand Conceptual art in a succession of avant-garde movements (Cubism, Dada, Abstract Expressionism, Pop, etc.) that succeeded in self-consciously expanding the boundaries of art. Conceptualists put themselves at the extreme end of this avant-garde tradition. In truth, it is irrelevant whether this extremely intellectual kind of art matches one's personal views of what art should be, because the fact remains that Conceptual artists successfully redefine the concept of a work of art to the extent that their efforts are widely accepted as art by collectors, gallerists, and museum curators. ] User: For each of the artists that you discuss, please post a URL that we can link up to to take a look at their work. Then, offer a brief commentary about why each of them is particularly influential. (More)
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Three influential visual artists during the 1960s were:

1. Andy Warhol - Known for his pop art and iconic paintings of Campbell's Soup cans and Marilyn Monroe, Warhol became a central figure in the American pop art movement.

2. Yayoi Kusama - A Japanese artist known for her avant-garde and psychedelic art, Kusama's work made a significant impact on the global art scene during the 1960s.

3. Christo and Jeanne-Claude - This artistic duo was known for their large-scale environmental art installations, such as wrapping famous landmarks like the Pont Neuf in Paris and the Reichstag in Berlin.


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