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After World War II, the United States offered aid to the nations of Eastern Europe. Why did the nations turn down the aid?

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After the war the united states and the soviet union distrusted each other, both were involved in the Cold War. At that time the Soviet Union occupied most of eastern Europe. America was scared of expanding communist nation. We tried to recover the economy of Eastern Europe offering economic aid so Eastern Europe could control their country to prevent communist from expanding. Under the influence of the Soviet Union these nations turned down the aid, While the communist government were encouraged by Soviet Union.

  • U.S History - ,

    You require some capitalization there: United States, Soviet Union

    encouraged by "the" Soviet Union

    Sra

  • U.S History - ,

    In addition to Sra's corrections about capitalization -- here are some additional corrections (in bold).

    After the war the united states and the soviet union distrusted each other Both were involved in the Cold War. At that time the Soviet Union occupied most of Eastern Europe. America was scared of expanding communist nations. We tried to recover the economy of Eastern Europe offering economic aid so Eastern Europe could control their countries to prevent communism from expanding. Under the influence of the Soviet Union these nations turned down the aid, while the communist governments were encouraged by Soviet Union.

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