Warsaw pact: mutual-defense treaty enacted in the 1950s by the soviet union to strengthen its hold over its satellites in eastern europe.
The warsaw pact is the name commonly given to the treaty between albania, bulgaria, czechoslovakia, east germany, hungary, poland, romania, and the soviet union, which was signed in poland in 1955 and was officially called 'the treaty of friendship, co-operation and mutual assistance.
The warsaw pact the warsaw pact was the soviet union’s response to west germany joining natoand came into being in may 1955 the warsaw pact, named after the.
Washington dc may 13, 2005 - the soviet-led warsaw pact had a long-standing strategy to attack western europe that included being the first to use nuclear weapons, according to a new book of previously secret warsaw pact documents published tomorrow. The warsaw pact, formally known as the treaty of friendship, cooperation and mutual assistance, was a collective defence treaty signed in warsaw, poland among the soviet union and seven soviet satellite states of central and eastern europe in may 1955, during the cold warthe warsaw pact was the military complement to the council for mutual economic assistance (comecon), the regional economic.