Why were concessions made to the soviet union in eastern Europe and Asia?
the western allies wanted the U.S.S.R to join the war agianst Japan
Eastern Europe was influenced and controlled by the Soviet Union.
The Soviet Union supported the creation of communist states in Eastern Europe because it gave them allies/increased strength.
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… Read More
Eastern Europe when the Soviet Union had control.
A group of communistic countries, under the rule of the Soviet Union, that were located in Europe and blocked the Soviet Union from European attacks.
They had the Soviet bloc under dictatorship.
The United States and The Soviet Union dissagreed on the Future of Eastern Europe.
To "Liberate the people" of eastern Europe
To conquer Eastern Europe
Yes. Before the Soviet Union collapsed it was the largest Eastern European nation not a part of the Soviet Union. However after the Soviet Union collapsed, Ukraine became the largest Eastern European nation (excluding Russia), and the largest European nation wholly in Europe.
The Soviet Union created satellite countries in Eastern Europe with communist governments to repress their people, repress free speech & keep people hostage to the Soviet Union's goals.
Soviet occupation of Eastern Europe after WWII.
The United States and the Soviet Union disagreed on the future of Eastern Europe.
The Soviet Union formed the Warsaw Pact to use the occupied nations of Eastern Europe as a buffer zone against the US and western Europe.
The Eastern Front of World War Two was in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
Soviet Union controlled most of Eastern Europe before it collapsed in 1991.
The Soviet Union was the country that conquered most of eastern europe
The decline in the influence of the Soviet Union is one of the reasons democracy spread throughout 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… Read More
The Satellites of the Soviet Union. :)
First the Soviet Union and then most of eastern Europe.
The Soviet Union
satellites of the Soviet Union
The Soviet Union.
They just barged in and took over
The Soviet Union did not want allies, they wanted puppet states. They controlled eastern Europe until the wall came down.
The Soviet Union wanted control of eastern europe. The United States wanted independent nations in eastern europe
How did the goals of us foreign policy in Europe to the goals of soviet foreign policy after World War 2?
the soviet union wantd control of eastern Europe. the united states wanted independent nations in eastern Europe
The main nation was the Soviet Union who controlled most of Eastern Europe before its collapse in 1991.
How did the goals of US foreign policy in Europe compare to the goals of soviet foreign policy after world war 2?
The soviet union wanted control of Eastern Europe. The United States wanted independent nations in Eastern Europe.
They were under the control of the soviet union =]
The Warsaw Pact.
The Soviet Union.
the whole of eastern europe, and over half of central europe.
How did the goals of U.S. foreign policy in Europe compare to the goals of Soviet foreign policy after world War 2?
The Soviet Union wanted control of eastern Europe. The United States wanted independent nations in eastern Europe
What reasons did people in Eastern Europe have for resistance in view of soviet post-war era policies toward Eastern Europe?
A weak socialist economic, strict daily life control, and nationalist contributed to friction b/w Soviet Union & Eastern Europe
Eastern Europe threw off communist rule for democracy. The Soviet Union also broke apart.
The Warsaw Pact. It was a military alliance established in 1955 of the soviet-dominated countries of Eastern Europe
The were the countries behind the Iron Curtain. They were referred to as the Soviet Block and are now called the Eastern Block.
There were only 12 countries in Eastern Europe by 1990. These countries were the Soviet Union, Poland, East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania, Yugoslavia, Albania, Greece, Bulgaria, Turkey, and Cyprus, of which the Soviet Union controlled the majority of the area. Today, Eastern Europe is made up of 28 countries.
as a result of world war 2, the nations eastern Europe <---- how could this possibly be the answer ugh fml. The Soviet Union controlled most of Eastern Europe.
The Warsaw Pact.
Established control over Eastern Europe.
European nations that were satellites of the Soviet Union.