What was an outcome of the North Atlantic Treaty? A. The United States extended its policy on isolationism. B. The Soviet Union blockaded Berlin. C. North Korea attacked South Korea. D. All members agreed to treat an attack on one as an attack on all. E. Russia acquired Poland and Bulgaria.

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The correct answer is D. All members agreed to treat an attack on one as an attack on all. Nato was created with the idea that there should be a body of collective defensive force that would preserve peace and prevent unwanted warfare. Another thing was that if both countries were members of the treaty and had disputes, the other would not interfere or choose sides and the two countries could sort it out on their own.

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An outcome of the North Atlantic Treaty was:(D) All members agreed to treat an attack on one as an attack on all.Further explanationAfter the terrible damage caused by the two world wars in the first half of the 20th century, the main concern of the victor countries was to create an alliance to make sure that such conflicts never happen again. The United Nations already existed, created on June 1945, but the USSR was a member of this organization and it was no longer possible to deal with this country because of its aggressive policy towards its European neighbors.Led by dictator Stalin, who wanted to expand his empire and develop communism in more countries, many leaders understood that a new alliance was needed to face this new threat. It was on April 4, 1949, that 12 countries joined forces in the North Atlantic Treaty by creating a new organization, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).→ The first signatory countries were:The United States; Canada; Belgium; Denmark; France; Netherlands; Iceland; Italy; Luxembourg; Norway; United Kingdom; Portugal.Subsequently, 17 other countries joined this treaty and this alliance still exists today. NATO is the main military organization of the world and we can see clearly that the wars don’t disappear, so unfortunately, NATO hasn’t succeeded yet on its main mission.Learn moreThe cold war: brainly.com/question/4282480United States isolationism: brainly.com/question/2412497Pearl Harbor bombing: brainly.com/question/1380312Answer detailsGrade: 9 - 12Subject: HistoryChapter: The Origins of the Cold War, 1945–1949Keywords: cold war, NATO, the importance of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization