States that emerged after World War II?

In Europe after World War II, states emerged in two stages:

Germany and the GDR on the territory of the former Third Reich.
As a result of the collapse of the socialist bloc: Slovenia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Kosovo, Bosnia, Montenegro, Transnistria, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia.

In Asia and Africa, many new states appeared in the place of colonies and 9 more states and two unrecognized in the place of the USSR (Transcaucasia, Central Asia).

In Africa, all states arose after 1945, except Ethiopia, South Africa and Liberia.

In Asia, the new states include: Israel, Burma, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, both Koreas, Indonesia, Singapore, China.

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