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What was the Warsaw Pact

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 no longer exists. It was an alliance of the Eastern Bloc countries, established in 1955 by the Soviet Union as a counterpart to NATO.
It is not war saw, but Warsaw. In response to the birth of the NATO, the Communist countries of Europe signed a treaty of mutual defense and military aid in May 1955. The leading country of the Warsaw Pact was the USSR. This 'coalition' collapsed in 1991, when the USSR dissolved.

What did the marshall plan do

Sent aid to countries in Europe - Apex

What is the purpose of the GI Bill of rights

To provide assistance to World War II veterans

What did America drop on Japan to defeat them in 1945

Americans dropped atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to defeat them.

What is point of view of Lather and Nothing Else

thrid person narration

How did Fordism affect American labor

It helped American workers enter the middle class

What is the Greek root word for logos

Logos is the Greek root of a word an example of a word using the root logos is logic.

What was the main goal of the Soviet Union after WW2

To conquer Eastern Europe

What type of conflict is simply awareness of conflict situation

There are many different types of conflict such as internal or external. Another example would be perceived conflict which is simply the awareness of a conflict situation.

What was one reason for the Democrats' defeat in the presidential election of 1952

President Harry Truman was un popular due to his handling of the Korean War and Cold War. Ike Eisenhower was a widely popular WWII general. Eisenhower worked hard to secure the female vote and was able to do so during the campaign.

What was the main purpose of the House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC)

to investigate communist activity within America

What is true about the first leader of the federal republic of Germany

He was a pro-American

What rhetorical appeal is Brutus using in this passage from Act III scene ii of Julius Caesar

Answer this question What rhetorical appeal is Brutus using in this passage from Act III, scene ii of Julius Caesar?

A. Reason B. Pathos C. Ethos D. Logos …
What rhetorical appeal is Antony making to the audience in this passage from Julius Caesar

Pathos

What contributed to economic recovery in the South and Southwest after World War II

A. Segregation was no longer a problem in the south

B. Americans wanted to move to a warm climate

C. More industrial jobs were created in the southwest

D. Those areas were not as heavily populated

Which option is an example of expository writing

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A nonfiction book about the history of the Civil War

Which excerpt from Tyson's preface or interview conveys the most in motion

which excerpt Tyson's preface or interview conveys the last emotion?

Which audience appeal does Hirohito most clearly use in this excerpt

Ethos and Logos

Which sentence is an example of formal language apex English 10

writing to a former teacher to ask for a letter of recommendation

what was effect of the dropping of atomic bombs in japan

Total destruction and major air pollution which resulted in loss of life(nature and human beings)

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