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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Date: May 1955 - 1991 TWEETS SENT BY CORE3 STAFFERS EACH CUP REPRESENTS 45.3 TRIPS Warsaw Pact VISITS TO THE CAFE 11,717 Principle Players:USSR, Albania, Bulgaria,Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, and Romania CORE3 2012 YEAR IN REVIEW One Sentence Summary: In 1945 this treaty was signed where where Eastern European countries One sentence summary: In 1945 this treaty was signed where Eastern European countries behind the Iron Curtain formed an alliance that created a mutual defense organization that put the Soviets in command of thearmed forces of the member states Key causes: The Warsaw Pact was created as a response to the United States and other members of NATOs decision to make West Germany a member of NATO, giving it permission to remilitarize. The Soviets saw it as a direct threat. Major effects on cold war: It united Communists against the capitalism in Europe and it slowed down the spread of capitalism in Europe. It had the objective of creating a defense among member nations to deter an enemy attack. It gave the Soviets more power to have better control over the Communist states in Eastern Europe and stopped the members from finding better autonomy.Soviet leaders were able to use a military force to calm the revolts in Hungary (1956) and Czechoslovakia (1968) and presented the action as being made by the Warsaw Pact rather than the USSR by itself.
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