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Well The Warsaw pact was announced immediately after the war was over. The Soviet Union had total domination over those states which became the U.S.S.R. Germany was split between east and west, one being totally democratic while the other was a State run by the Communist. Europe became divided at the end of World War 2 because of the Communist influence Russia had on a lot of neighboring countries.

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