Warsaw Pact - What is the Warsaw Pact and what does its signing mean for the United States By Assistant Reporter Lucie Kovarik under the management of

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What is the Warsaw Pact and what does its signing mean for the United States? By Assistant Reporter Lucie Kovarik under the management of Craig Travis Breaking News: Yesterday in the afternoon of May 14th, 1955, after 3 hours of debate, the new Warsaw Pact was signed in the Presidential Palace in Warsaw, Poland, the beloved capital. We are still waiting on our correspondent for all the details but we know that the Warsaw Pact is far involving 8 countries: Soviet Union, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Hungary, East Germany, Romania, and Albania. The Warsaw Pact, formally known as the Warsaw Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance, seems to be some sort of a camaraderie between Communist states and is primarily led by the Soviet Union with the motivation of maintaining control of military forces in Central and Eastern Europe. The Warsaw Pact Motto is Union of peace and socialism. The Warsaw Pact opposes NATO or North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The Pact is the

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