Countries bordering the Soviet Union

as of 1980
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Last updated: March 24, 2021
First submittedJuly 16, 2013
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North Korea
Level 72
Jul 16, 2013
Couldn't think of Norway. Good quiz.
Level 25
Mar 14, 2014
West Germany?
Level 60
Apr 30, 2014
East Germany wasn't part of the Soviet Union, only another satelite-state.
Level 21
Dec 21, 2014
USSR's extent went to Belarus and Lithuania, therefore bordering Poland, but not West or East Germany
Level 27
Mar 27, 2017
Almost missed Czechoslovakia.
Level 34
Jun 19, 2019
Me too. Thought it was modern day countries.
Level 37
Mar 27, 2018
How could the Czech Republic border Russia but Germany not border it?
Level 36
Oct 24, 2019
It's not Russia, it's the Soviet Union, so it includes places like Belarus and Ukraine.
Level 59
Mar 24, 2021
Czech Republic alone has a farther eastern border than Germany, completely excluding the fact that this is Czechoslovakia.
Level 42
May 22, 2018
Easy Peasy :D
Level 54
Nov 3, 2020
Bruh, I guessed both Czech republic and Slovakia but not Czechoslovakia
Level 20
Mar 18, 2021
I think this includes the states of Warsaw PACT. Czechoslovakia never border Russia, or the former borders of the Soviet Union. In fact, It was forced to be communist, and is considered today to be a Central European country, and some people can't decide if it's eastern or central.
Level 63
Mar 18, 2021
Slovakia borders Ukraine, so Czechoslovakia bordered Soviet Union
Level 66
Mar 24, 2021
I think it'd be helpful if you gave a specific time period this is coming from. The USSR existed for ~80 years and borders changed during that time. Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania were unoccupied before WWII along with Tuva, Ukraine was briefly independent when the civil war was happening, and around WWII Japan held land area in Manchuria that would border the Soviet Union.
Level 63
Mar 24, 2021
ok added caveat
Level 74
Mar 24, 2021
Japan and USSR also at various times in the early 20th century had a border along the 50th parallel on Sakhalin Island. The USSR invaded south Sakhalin in the final months of WW2 and has occupied it ever since though (now as Russia).