the fall of the communist gov. in Yugoslavia
Rises in the East Sets in the West
Stalin's objective was to have control of most/half of eastern Europe
pse nuk po dalin notat e shkolles abdulla keta ose nqs kan dal ju lutem publikoini pak flm.
There are eighteen landlocked European countries:
There are some European countries that are almost landlocked, such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Monaco, Slovenia, and Belgium, as they have short coastlines.
To the West we have the Atlantic Ocean, from Iceland down to Africa.
To the North the water is divided by Denmark we have the North Sea (sometimes called the German Sea) which is between Britain, Norway and Germany/Holland/Denmark. Then to the East of Denmark separating Sweden and Finland from Germany and the Baltic Republics (Estonia/Latvia/Lithuania) and Russia there is the Baltic Sea.
On the South of Europe the Mediterranean Sea (Middle of the Earth Sea!) separates Europe from Africa.
To the East side of the Balkans separating Turkey in the south from Russia/Ukraine in the north with the Balkans on it's West side and the Caucasus region on the East there is the Black Sea.
There are then some smaller areas of water that have separate names.
In the Mediterranean around Italy the areas have there own names (the Roman Empire named them!) between Italy and the west of the Balkans there is the Adriatic Sea. Between Italy and Sardinia and Corsica the is the Tyrrhenian Sea and south of Italy and around all the Greek Islands there is the Ionian Sea. All three of these are parts of the Mediterranean.
Between the Island of Great Britain and the Island of Ireland is the Irish Sea which is sometimes considered part of the Atlantic.
Joining the Black Sea to the Mediterranean there is a narrow area called the Bosphorus which separates the Balkans and European Turkey from Asia Minor (and the rest of Turkey!) and contains the small Sea of Marmara.
These countries had communist governments that were controlled by the Soviet Union.
As Europe is a continent and not a nation, it does not have a national sport, however some of the most popular sports across Europe are soccer, rugby, tennis and snooker.
The climate is clement and the people use efficient agricultural practices.
No. It is in the southwest of Europe. See the map at the link below.
The Magyar settled in Hungary; which is a country in Eastern Europe.
The Eastern European Countries are:
Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Estonia, Belarus, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Serbia, Moldova, Slovenia, Albania, Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Slovakia, & Herzegovina
Ones in the European Union:
Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Romania, & Poland
Because it was a poor area where it was difficult to make a living.
At the Potsdam conference (I think)
The Black sea and the Aegean sea
Eastern Europe is used to denote those countries that fell under the influence, or were part of the Soviet Union after the second world war. Finland managed to keep its independence, and is thus considered part of western Europe.
Though i would like to note that the boundaries of eastern and western Europe have started to fade.
Finland is in Western Europe, it is a border country of Eastern and Western.
The Eastern European Plain is also known as the Russian Plain. It has also been referred to as the Sarmatic Plain.
notat eprovimit te lirimit ne qarkun e fierit
The Nomadic people were called 'Hun'