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What did NATO do?

Answer   NATO stands for North Atlantic Treaty Organization. It was created during the cold war, to stop communism from spreading and taking over other countries. The War (MORE)

Who is in the NATO?

NATO consists of 28 countries. They include Albany, Belgium,  Bulgaria, Canada, Greece, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark,  Estonia, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, (MORE)

Who was NATO?

NATO or the North Atlantic Treaty Organization was founded on April  4, 1949 and has its headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. It acted as  a buffer to the Warsaw Pact and was (MORE)

Who belongs to NATO?

NATO is made up of 28 member countries. These are: . Albania . Belgium . Bulgaria . Canada . Croatia . Czech Republic . Denmark . Estonia . France . Germany . Gre (MORE)

What is NATO?

NATO is the North Atlantic Treaty Organization , which wasestablished by the US and Western Europe following World War II. Itoriginally consisted of twelve countries: the Uni (MORE)