Which Warsaw Pact country did not benefit from sharing a border with other Warsaw Pact countries?
Auschwitz and Warsaw are both in poland, Warsaw is the countries capitol.
City = Warsaw Don't think there are any countries starting with W
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All the countries involved in the Warsaw Pact were communist states.
The soviets used the Warsaw Pact to improve appearance's so that it would appear decisions were being made by more then one country, that there was cohesiveness among Eastern European countries that the Soviets had legitimate reasons for their presence in those countries.
Warsaw is in Poland.
The NATO countries and Warsaw Pact countries were effectively divided by the Iron Curtain of the Cold War. Turkey, West Germany, and Greece are NATO countries bordering the Warsaw Pact countries of the Soviet Union, Bulgaria, Albania, East Germany, and Czechoslovakia.
Warsaw is not a country, it is the capital of Poland , a country that does not boarder the Mediterranean Sea
Warsaw is located in Poland
Czechoslovakia was not a part of the Soviet Union. It was amongst of the other countries that were part of the Warsaw Pact and it was a communist country.
No! Warsaw is the capital of Poland in Poland we call it: Warszawa
Warsaw is the capital and largest city in Poland
Warsaw is the capital of Poland. It is located in Europe.
Poland. Tha capital of Poland is Warsaw.
There were four more member nations of NATO than of the Warsaw Pact. NATO consisted of 12 countries, while the Warsaw Pact consisted of only 8 countries.
Warsaw is the capital and largest city of Poland.
NATO: Stop the spread of communism, democratic countries Warsaw Pact: Opposite of NATO, Wanted to spread communism. Consisted of Communist countries.
Warsaw is the capital city of Poland. Capital and largest city in Poland Warsaw is the capital and largest city of Poland.
The Soviets didn't "want to control the Warsaw Pact" - They created it, and ran it ruthlessly to keep other countries directly under their control.
The Warsaw pact ended as all the countries which was in the Warsaw pact collapsed and left the Warsaw pact because they no longer wanted to follow the communist ways and no longer wanted to support the soviet structure.
east germany ,czechoslovakia, bulgaria.albania
The Warsaw Pact was established in 1955 to counter the threat from the NATO countries. It was made up of Central and Eastern European Countries. It dissolved at the end of the Cold War in 1991.
Albania and Bulgaria
The Warsaw Pact.
the Warsaw pact countries
it is in Poland, it is also the capitol
WARSAW Pact countries.
The Warsaw Pact no longer exists. It was an alliance of the Eastern Bloc countries, established in 1955 by the Soviet Union as a counterpart to NATO.
A military alliance of communist nations in eastern Europe. Organized in 1955 in answer to NATO, the Warsaw Pact included Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and the Soviet Union. It disintegrated in 1991, in the wake of the collapse of communism in eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. The treaty was signed in Warsaw on 14 May 1955, and the pact was dissolved in Prague on 1 July 1991. The Warsaw Pact… Read More
It was called the Warsaw Pact
Largest city and capital of Poland
Marie curie's country of origin is Warsaw,Poland
Warsaw is in Poland which does not touch the Mediterranean. Bulgaria boarders the Black Sea
The Warsaw Pact was the largest of several alliances of Communist countries.
Warsaw Pact Countries.
the warsaw pact
1939 in Warsaw, Poland
The capital city of Poland is called Warsaw. The specific location of Warsaw is on the banks of the river Wisla in the central eastern part of the country.
There are only two European countries which start with the letter 'P' and they are Poland and Portugal. However neither of their capital cities (Warsaw and Lisbon) begin with the letter 'P.'
The Warsaw Pact
The Warsaw Pact
It became one of the Warsaw Pact countries.
The soviet union or the Russians
He was born in Warsaw, Poland.
To see a monument to the heroes of the Warsaw ghetto where many Jews lived before world war 2 you would travel to which European country?
Warsaw is in Poland.
Technically, they would've been nonaligned, though many of these "nonaligned" countries actually were aligned; they just weren't formally part of NATO or the Warsaw Pact. "Third World" came about as a term for countries which were not members of the two major military alliances (NATO and the Warsaw Pact).
Because the state shares a border with another country. For example, Minnesota shares a border with Canada and Arizona shares a border with Mexico. Ther term "border states" also applies to countries of one affiliation that have a border with countries of another affiliation. such as the countries that bordered the former "Warsaw pact" block in eastern Europe.
You may want to narrow down your criteria a good bit. The question is much too broad, as several countries were not members of NATO in the 1950s - some of those countries later became members of NATO, some were in the Warsaw Pact in the 1950s (some of those, too, would eventually become members of NATO), some countries were unaligned.