New Microsoft Word Document (2).docx - After 1945 the Central European countries were strategically oriented to the side with Soviet sphere influence

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After 1945, the Central European countries were strategically oriented to the side with Soviet sphere influence dominated by Warsaw Pact. The send world war drew dividing line across Europe with western European countries being aligned with the U.S under the umbrella of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The Soviet Union was characterized by the communist ideology, and as a result, the countries in Central Europe were integrated into the military industrial complex of the Soviet Union with their communist governments aligned to Moscow. The states in central Europe made several attempts to break free of the Soviet

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