GCSE History - Cold War Key Dates

If the month needs to be included in the answer, the hint will have '(m)' next to it. If the exact date as well as the month needs to be included, the hint will have '(m&d)' next to it. If neither, you just need the year.
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Tehran conference (m)
November 1943
Yalta conference (m)
February 1945
Potsdam conference (m)
July-August 1945
Long telegram (m&d)
February 22nd 1946
Novikov telegram (m&d)
September 27th 1946
Truman doctrine speech (m&d)
March 12th 1947
Marshall aid established (m&d)
March 31at 1948
Cominform
1947
Comecon
1949
Berlin crisis
1948-1949
Soviets lifted the blockade (m&d)
May 9th 1949
Creation on NATO (m)
April 1949
Creation of the Warsaw Pact
1955
First hydrogen bomb developed by the US
1952
SU developed their hydrogen bomb
1953
Soviets developed their first atomic bomb
1949
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US developed their first atomic bomb
1945
Khrushchev became the Soviet leader
1956
Eisenhower became president of the USA (m)
January 1953
Stalin died (m&d)
March 5th 1953
Hungarian Uprising
1956
The Berlin Ultimatum
1958
Summit meeting in Geneva (m)
May 1959
Summit meeting in Camp David (m)
September 1959
Summit meeting in Paris (m)
May 1960
Summit meeting in Vienna (m)
June 1961
Batista and his government were overthrown
1959
Cuban missile crisis
1962
Test Ban Treaty signed by US, SU & UK (m)
August 1963
Outer Space Treaty signed by US & SU
1967
Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty signed
1968
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