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  1. Tensions labeled a cold war. Since the US–USSR Cold War (1947–1991), a number of global and regional tensions have also been called a cold war. 16th-century England and Spain. In his 1964 article of Francis Drake's New Albion claim, Adolph S. Oko Jr. described certain 16th century tensions between England and Spain as a cold war.

  2. The Red Army eventually won the war in 1922, and established the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (also called the Soviet Union), along with the newly formed Socialist Republics of Ukraine, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia. The start of the Cold War in 1947 was caused by a belief that all governments would become either communist or capitalist.

  3. 27/10/2009 · In June 1950, the first military action of the Cold War began when the Soviet-backed North Korean People’s Army invaded its pro-Western neighbor to the south.