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HUNGARY
DFDFG
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pressure for reform came from where?
within party
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and kadar was sacked when?
'88
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who had been hardline leader since?
'56
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gov was now dominated by?
reformers
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who decided to do what?
allow other parties to contest elections
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E. GERMANY
DGD
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creation east germany had been result of what after wwii?
superpower tension / hostility
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why were they more reliant on ussr than others?
artificial country
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when did gorby visit?
oct '89
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what did this encourage?
reform push
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when did reform become unstoppable?
with mass street protests
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who was the east german leader from that october '89?
krenz
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what did he refuse/
sanction widespread repression
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and amid chaos decided to do what?
open access across wall
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when was berlin wall dismantled?
9th nov '89
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by?
'people power
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CZECHOSLOVAKIA
DFGD
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when forced to make concessions to public reform demonstrations?
november '89
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org called what emerged?
civil forym
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to do what?
co-ordinate campaign to rid commies
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under severe public pressure what happened?
reforms introduced
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and in december '89 who was elected president?
havel, leading playwright and communist opponent
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ROMANIA
DFGD
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smae problems errywhere else like?
food shortages / lack cons. goods / repressive gov / lack real democracy
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when did demonstrations against gov start?
end '89
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what did ceausescu (romania;s leadeR) do?
openly fired @ demonstrators
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but what did this increase?
regime unpopularity
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by december even who unwilling to support him?
army
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and he was forced to do what?
fly out of bucharest in helicpoter
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what happened to him on christmas day?
arrested and executed
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sealing>
end romanian communism
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IMPACT OF COLLAPSE OF COMMIE REGIMES IN EE
DFGDFG
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whwen had the pope visited poland?
june '799
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during visit what did he say?
'don't be afraid'
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fall of communism swift and peaceful process with exceptions of?
romania and yugoslavia
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where what accompanied break-up of country?
bloody civil war
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by end of what year had pro-soviet communism in ee disintegrated?
'89
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what was key factor in asserting their independence?
gorby's foreign policy
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this trend had an impact on who?
different nationalities in ussr
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