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Eastern Europe when the Soviet Union had control.
Established control over Eastern Europe.
They were under the control of the soviet union =]
Eastern Europe was influenced and controlled by the Soviet Union.
The Soviet Union wanted control of eastern europe. The United States wanted independent nations in eastern europe
from 1945 to 1991, so four and a half.
They left it under control of the Soviet Union.
the soviet union wantd control of eastern Europe. the united states wanted independent nations in eastern Europe
The soviet union wanted control of Eastern Europe. The United States wanted independent nations in Eastern Europe.
Eastern Europe, until 1989.
The Soviet Union wanted control of eastern Europe. The United States wanted independent nations in eastern Europe
He prevented the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union and established Soviet control over the nations of eastern Europe.
A weak socialist economic, strict daily life control, and nationalist contributed to friction b/w Soviet Union & Eastern Europe
They were under the control of the Soviet Union.
By 1948 most of them were under the control of the Soviet Union.
(A+)They were under the control of the Soviet Union.
The Soviet Union supported the creation of communist states in Eastern Europe because it gave them allies/increased strength.
The Soviet Union murdered millions of their own citizens. They had compete control over Eastern Europe. They built an fortified fence that kept the people of Eastern Europe in. The Soviet Union from time to time, sent in tanks and soldiers to keep the peace in the nations of Eastern Europe. They have nuclear weapons. They supported North Korea which attacked South Korea in June 1950. The Soviet Union blockaded West Berlin in 1948 to try and force the USA, Britain and France to leave.
No. Eastern Europe refers to a number of slavic countries which were formerly under the orbit and control of the Soviet Union from 1945-1991. Greece is considered part of southeastern Europe.
In fact, the U.S. did not insist on maitining control of Eastern Europe after World War II. Far from it, the U.S. relinquished any control and the Soviet Union assumed it, as the Soviet military occupied most of the land in the course of fighting the German army.