The Warsaw Wall was built in 1957 to cut of East Warsaw from West Warsaw, just 12 years after the end of the Second World War and just years into the Cold War era. It separates Eastern and Western Europe. However, the Warsaw Pact doesn't include much of Eastern Europe, only East Poland. Most of Europe is under the influence of the western superpower, the United States of America, and the Soviet Union has little influence in the area. The Soviet Union, however, has large-scale influence in East Asia, but for how long? How did this happen? The answer is one simple name: George S. Patton.
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