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What did the Warsaw Pact do?



A. Create a military alliance between the Soviet Union and various Eastern European nations.
B. Prevent Soviet expansion into Poland and Denmark.
C. Provide economic assistance to Polish Jews after World War II.
D. Create a plan for the reduction of nuclear weapons in Europe.

This question is part of Cold War Practice Quiz
Asked by Kevhugh, Last updated: Apr 12, 2019

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V. Barnes

V. Barnes

Answered on May 10, 2018

The Warsaw Pact, also known as the Warsaw Treaty Organization, was a military and political alliance. Warsaw was established between the Soviet Union and several Eastern European nations on May 14, 1955 . The alliance was formed as a counterbalance to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) by the Soviet Union, a collective security alliance concluded between the United States, Canada and Western European nations in 1949.

Following World War II, The Warsaw Pact supplemented existing agreements as the Soviet Union had concluded bilateral treaties with each of the East European states except for East Germany, which was still part of the Soviet occupied-territory of Germany.

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Dec 13, 2016

Create a military alliance between the Soviet Union and various Eastern European nations.
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