Eastern European Mutual Assistance Treaty

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Eastern European Mutual Assistance Treaty:

see Warsaw Treaty OrganizationWarsaw Treaty Organization
or Warsaw Pact,
alliance set up under a mutual defense treaty signed in Warsaw, Poland, in 1955 by Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and the Soviet Union.
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Indeed, it was the Hungarian communist party that exposed the hollow reality of the Warsaw Pact by taking down the barbed wire on its Austrian border and allowing East Germans passage to West Germany two months later.
Although many Russians -- and some in the West -- had hoped that NATO might go the way of the Warsaw Pact, the organization has proven quite resilient in adopting to new security challenges.
Which two Communist nations did not belong to the Warsaw Pact in 1989?
The aspirants have forces that fit into two categories: "Those who inherited a burden of obsolete Warsaw Pact equipment and imbalanced (sic) personnel structures, and those who had to build their armed forces from scratch," Ralston said.
A former helicopter pilot in the Warsaw Pact era of the Polish military, today Czuj is a computer technician in the United States.
They may deal with any aspect of the subject, to include the different perspectives of NATO and Warsaw Pact countries, the Vietnam War, perspectives of Pacific nations, and issues of domestic concern.
This is due in large part to the need to navigate the anxieties over NATO expansion, particularly into former Soviet territory in the Baltics, which Russia, having seen the dissolution of its former countervailing Warsaw Pact military alliance, continues to show.
The Warsaw Pact was a response to the acceptance of West Germany into NATO in 1955.
Perhaps this is symptomatic of a culture emerging in the aftermath of the cold war, that era of simple consensus, when, depending on where you happened to live after May 1945, you believed either that the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact were the aggressors, or the United States and NATO were.
8, George Bush and Helmut Kohl said, repeatedly, they had been afraid Mikhail Gorbachev would not be able to restrain Soviet hard-liners from ordering Warsaw Pact troops to crush the revolution (an East-German uprising).
A few weeks before I arrived, President Kwasniewski had ratified the North Atlantic treaty, formally joining Poland to NATO, in the same hall that the Warsaw Pact had been signed half a century earlier.
The company, which used to be an exclusive supplier of the former Warsaw Pact members, suffered from the end to the Cold War, which dried up eastern European military markets and translated into consecutive net losses and negative equity.
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