The Cold War - Tensions and Rivalries: IB History Course by Alexis Mamaux

By Alexis Mamaux

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S oviet officials such as Litvinov and Maisky saw advantages in keeping Germany divided, as they felt it would keep it relatively weak and make the S oviet buffer states even more effectiv e . Stalin did not agre e; he hoped to gain a unified German state as part of his sphere and rej e cted proposals to S ovietize the eastern sector in 1 94 7 . S oviet control over E ast Germany was made even more difficult by the division of B erlin : in the S oviet enclave there were occupation forces from the other three occupying powers .

44 America n troops march i n formation i n Vienna, 19 55 similar to that in Czechoslovakia in 1 948 and kept their forces in place. The onset of the Korean War fu rther confirmed these fea rs, so the western spheres kept military occu pation in fu l l force. With the death of Stalin and coming thaw in superpower relations, the issue of Austria rose up once again. For their part, Austrian politicians recognized the benefits of pursuing neutral policies regarding a l l of the occupation forces, especially after demilitarization took place in 1953, and engaged in direct negotiations with Moscow in 1955 in the hope of bringing an end to occupation.

O n 1 5 April 1 9 4 9 , the Allies enacted the s o - called E a ster Parade, in which they delivered nearly 1 3 , 0 0 0 tons of coal in an unpre cedented 1 , 3 8 3 flights . It was clear that the airlift could continue indefinitely, and the S oviets expressed a willingness to lift the blockade . S talin lifted the blockade on land access to We st B erlin at midnight on 1 2 May 1 9 4 9 and a B ritish convoy imm e diately drove through, arriving in West B erlin at 5 am . The airlift continu e d until 3 0 S eptember so that West B erliners would b e suffi ciently provisio n e d .

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