A Guerra fría foi un conflito semibélico, que enfrontou durante a segunda metade do século XX dous bloques antagónicos ideoloxicamente nunha guerra sen conflito directo pero con conflitos indirectos no que os dous bandos prestaban axuda ós diferentes continxentes, e con guerras de influencia e económicas. Durou do 1948 co Golpe de Praga ata 1991 coa disolución da Unión Soviética.

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