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Why were many Eastern European nations considered to be ruled by puppet regimes after World War II? A. Their governments were controlled indirectly by the Soviet Union. B. Their governments were controlled indirectly by the United States. C. Their government were really controlled by a secret group of business leaders. D. They refused to form modern governments.
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Many Eastern European nations were considered to be ruled by puppet regimes after WWII because their governments were controlled indirectly by the Soviet Union.
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Many Eastern European nations were considered to be ruled by puppet regimes after WWII because their governments were controlled indirectly by the Soviet Union.
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