The Warsaw Pact was a military alliance between the Soviet Union and its satellite countries in Eastern Europe. It was formed in 1955 as a response to the entry of West Germany into NATO. The pact was dissolved in 1991.
The original members were Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and the Soviet Union. (East Germany joined in 1956. Albania left in 1968.)
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.
It consisted of Eastern bloc nations. It allowed for Soviet troops to be stationed in member nations. It required members to fight in the defense of other member nations.
Member of the Warsaw Pact were Soviet Union, Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, and Romania. Th Warsaw Pact was a treaty between the Soviet Union and seven other European nations establishing a mutual defense organization that put the Soviets in command of the armed forces of the member states.
No, not a member
East Germany mostly.
The Warsaw Pact was an alliance of eight European Communist nations created as a counterbalance to the formation of NATO.
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France,Spain,and of course Italy
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The Soviet Union and various Eastern European nations
Ireland is not a member of NATO
To defend Western Europe from the seven-member Warsaw Pact in case of war. The Warsaw Pact was disbanded years ago, but NATO has survived anyway.
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