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Warsaw Pact Countries

Name the eight members of the Warsaw Pact - aka the Soviet Bloc.
Last updated: September 20, 2018
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Country
Albania
Bulgaria
Czechoslovakia
East Germany
Country
Hungary
Poland
Romania
Soviet Union
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level 40
May 25, 2013
Are you sure Yugoslavia wasn't in the pact?
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level 43
Jul 9, 2013
They split with the USSR at one point, like China did in the 70's.
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level 74
Apr 18, 2016
The communist revolution in Yugoslavia took place during and immediately after WW2, after which Marshall Tito broke ties with Moscow in 1948. The Warsaw Pact wasn't formed until the mid 1950's.
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level 68
Dec 17, 2018
There was not any kind of revolution in Yugoslavia.
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level 37
Apr 22, 2016
Yugoslavia is one of the founder of the Non-aligned block along with India, Indonesia, Egypt, and Ghana.
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level 56
Jun 2, 2016
Tito was too aristocratic for the rest of the real communists :-)
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level 39
Aug 15, 2014
I thought Albania left?
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level 58
Jan 15, 2016
Albania withheld support in 1961 because of the Sino–Soviet split, and then cozied up to China. They formally withdrew in from the Warsaw pact in 1968, 20 years before everyone else.
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level 56
Feb 9, 2016
Damn! Tried both Czech Republic and Slovakia. I was like "huh.. guess I was wrong." Grrr!
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level 75
Apr 22, 2016
I thought I tried Czechoslovakia. I guess I spelled it wrong.
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level 35
Apr 22, 2016
czechoslovakia is not a country
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level 43
Apr 22, 2016
It was at the time. Soviet Union and East Germany also no longer exist.
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level 33
Apr 22, 2016
Nor is USSR or East Germany...
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level 70
Oct 13, 2016
Yup, and the moon isn't made of cheese and chickens don't have lips. Not that any of this has anything to do with which countries USED TO BE part of the Warsaw Pact.
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level 35
Apr 22, 2016
Maybe put czech republic and slovakia into different answers
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level 57
Apr 22, 2016
They were one country at the time. If you separate them, you'll have to separate USSR into Russia, Latvia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, etc. too.
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level 59
Apr 22, 2016
100% with 1:36 remaining.
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level 44
Dec 15, 2018
800% with 3 hours left
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level 57
Apr 23, 2016
I struggled with this way more than I should have, we covered the cold war in history last year
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level 65
Jun 23, 2016
Should allow more options for Czechoslovakia...
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level 70
Oct 13, 2016
What, like Chekkoslowvahkeyuh? Wouldn't want anyone to learn anything here, would we?
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level 58
Dec 15, 2018
No, more like CSSR which was a commonly used acronym, just like USSR and GDR are accepted. Btw, East Germany is not a correct name for the country. Acceptable as a type-in, though.
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level 38
Nov 10, 2016
What is it with you entitlement crazed people? - The world does not kneel before you... learn to spell!
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level 75
Dec 15, 2018
I don't think such requests are extreme from people who learn English as a second language or for words which have multiple accepted spellings or have changed - for example, I was taught that the capital of Indonesia was Djakarta. I understand only accepting the spelling of Jakarta, same as now only accepting Beijing instead of Peking. I'm just saying in some cases it may not be a case of learning to spell so much as figuring out how to translate the word to English, or remembering which spelling is now the preferred one and trying to get it under time pressure. I used to be much more critical of poor spellers until I got old and became one. :)
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level 46
Mar 28, 2017
I missed the soviet union :|
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level 62
Dec 15, 2018
Any chance you could accept CSSR for Czechoslovakia? Not sure how commonly used that abbreviation is in English, Wikipedia does list it as the official abbreviation of the country though.