How did the Soviet Union gain control of eastern europe?
How did the goals of us foreign policy in Europe to the goals of soviet foreign policy after World War 2?
How did the goals of US foreign policy in Europe compare to the goals of soviet foreign policy after world war 2?
How did the goals of U.S. foreign policy in Europe compare to the goals of Soviet foreign policy after world War 2?
What reasons did people in Eastern Europe have for resistance in view of soviet post-war era policies toward Eastern Europe?
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…
No. The now defunct Soviet Union consisted of many countries that spread from the east of Europe to the east of Asia. Some of the countries in eastern Europe were part of what was known as the Soviet bloc, but not part of the Soviet Union. This would have included countries like Poland, Romania and Bulgaria, amongst others. Some of the eastern European countries, that now have their independence, like Lithuania, Lativa and Estonia, were…