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Flag of Angola.

The flag of Laos.

The Soviet Union.

The East German.

The Cuban flag.

Overview[]

Here is a list of communist countries during the Cold War.

The list[]

The Czechoslovakian and Now Czech Republic flag.

The flag of the Peoples' Republic of Congo (Brazzaville).

Flag of Angola.

Flag of Mozambique.

The official communist Polish flag.

East Asia (3)[]

  1. China (1949-Circa 1990. It is now an undeclared state capitalist economy)
  2. North Korea (1946-1994. It went crazy, hyper-repressive, ultra-brainwashed, very aggressive and dangerously xenophobeic after America denounced it's regime in 2001).
  3. Mongolia (1924 to 1992. Originally as a Soviet puppet state 1921-1924.).

North Asia (1)[]

  1. Tuvan Republic (1921–1944)

South East Asia (4)[]

  1. Vietnam (1976- to date as a united state, but since 1945 in the former N. Vietnam.).
  2. Cambodia (1979–1993. 1976–1979 as a starving per-industrial death camp run by Pol Pot, 1979–1989 as a Vietnamese puppet state and 1992-1993 as a UN protectorate.).
  3. Indonesia (1945-1967. Officially anti-imperialist).
  4. Laos (1975-1991. It is now an undeclared state capitalist economy)

South Asia (1)[]

  1. Bangladesh (1975-1990. Officially socialist.).

Central Asia (1)[]

  1. Afghanistan (1979-1986).

Middle East (4)[]

  1. S. Yemen (1967–1990).
  2. Republic of Kurdistan (1946).
  3. Azerbaijan People's Government (1945–1946).
  4. Iraq (1958-1963. Officially Arab nationalist).

Central America (1)[]

  1. Nicaragua (1979-1990)

South America (1)[]

  1. Chile (1970-1973. Officially agrarian reformist).

Europe (10)[]

  1. USSR 1922-1991 (Founded by the union of the Russian SFSR 1917-1922, Belorussian SSR 1920–1922, Far Eastern Republic 1920–1922 and Ukrainian SSR 1919-1922- 1991 as the USSR. Officially socialist).
    1. Latvian SSR (1918–1920).
    2. Socialist Soviet Republic of Lithuania and Belorussian (1919–1920).
    3. Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia (1939-1941 and 1945-1990. They were annexed by the USSR on both times).
    4. Tuvan Republic (1921–1944).
      1. The 1941–1944 Nazi German occupation of the western part of the USSR covered Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Belorussian, Most of Ukraine, Moldova and part of Russia.
  2. Yugoslavia (1945-
  3. Albania (1945-1991. Enver Hoxha became a homicidal and paranoid despot between 1967-1985.).
  4. Bulgaria (1946-1990)
  5. East Germany (1945-1990)
  6. Romania (1945- 1967. Nicolae Ceauşescu turned it in to a unpredictable, homicidal and undeclared criminal syndicate between 1967 to 1989.).
  7. Poland (1947-1989. President Władysław Gomułka was one of those that condoned the 1967–1968 anti-Semitic pogroms.).
  8. Hungary (1948-1990)
  9. Czechoslovakia (1948-1989)

Arab North Africa (2)[]

  1. Libya 1977-2011 (officially socialist).
  2. Algeria (1962-1991. Officially Arab nationalist).

East Africa (1)[]

  1. Zanzibar (1964).

Central Africa (4)[]

  1. Equatorial Guinea (1968–1979. Officially anti-communist.).
  2. São Tomé and Príncipe (1974-1990).
  3. Congo (Brazzaville) (1963-1991).
  4. Katanga Republic (1960-1963).

West Africa (6)[]

  1. Guinea (1958-1960).
  2. Guinea Bissau (1974 to 1980).
  3. Mali (1960-1990. Officially African Nationalist.).
  4. Ghana (1957-1966. Officially African Nationalist.).
  5. Cape Verde (1975-1991)
  6. Benin (1974-1989).

Southern Africa (2)[]

  1. Mozambique (1975-1990)
  2. Angola (1975-1989).

Horn of Africa (2)[]

Major General Mohamed Siad Barre, Chairman of the Supreme Revolutionary Council, meeting with President of Romania Nicolae Ceauşescu.

  1. Ethiopia (1974-1975. The coup leaders were killed with in a year by there own troops and it became a communist, republican repeat of the kingdom they overthrew, namely: a Oromo plot to crush the Amhara and Eritreans, come what may between 1975–1991).
  2. Somalia (1976-1980. Major General Mohamed Siad Barre became a homicidal and paranoid despot between 1980 and 1991).

Caribbean (2)[]

  1. Grenada (1979–1983).
  2. Cuba (1959 to date).

Several UK councils were accused of being communist in the 1980s.[]

  1. The GLC (actually it was woke).
    1. Haringey LB (actually it was woke).
    2. Hackney LB (actually it was woke).
    3. Lambeth LB (actually it was woke).
    4. Ealing LB (actually it was woke).
  2. South Yorkshire (officially municipal socialist, but was getting rather pro-communist in it's outlook).
  3. Liverpool City Council (officially socialist, but was relay communist).
  4. Derbyshire (officially socialist, but was relay Derbyshire nationalist).
  5. Birmingham City Council (actually it was woke).

Also see[]

  1. Cold War
  2. All the Communist countries during the Cold War
  3. The anti-communist "Revolutions of 1989"
  4. List of sovereign states in 1990
  5. Life under communism
  6. All those Congos and DRCs
  7. Life under communism
  8. Cold War
  9. All those Congos and DRCs

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