Stalin's foreign policy timeline

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  • Created on: 07-05-18 19:26

1929

  • Russia and Germany were collaborating militarily (until 1932)

1931

  • The Japanese invasion of Manchuria posed a significant threat to Russia

1932

  • Stalin became interested in collective security, working with Western democracies to prevent the spread of fascism
  • Stalin agreed non-aggression pacts with Poland and France

1933

  • Russia established diplomatic relations with America
  • Hitler became the German Chancellor and Germany withdrew from the League of Nations

1934

  • Russia joined the League of Nations
  • Stalin announced a policy of cooperating with the democratic socialists in the fight against fascism
  • Russia's non-aggression pact with Poland became a 10-year agreement

1935

  • Russia and Germany negotiated improving economic and political relations (until 1937)
  • Russia signed the Franco-Soviet Pact of Mutual Assistance and the Mutual Assistance Pact with Czechoslovakia

1936

  • Stalin's faith in the Franco-Soviet Pact was

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Stalin's foreign policy timeline

  • Created by: gemshort
  • Created on: 07-05-18 19:26

1929

  • Russia and Germany were collaborating militarily (until 1932)

1931

  • The Japanese invasion of Manchuria posed a significant threat to Russia

1932

  • Stalin became interested in collective security, working with Western democracies to prevent the spread of fascism
  • Stalin agreed non-aggression pacts with Poland and France

1933

  • Russia established diplomatic relations with America
  • Hitler became the German Chancellor and Germany withdrew from the League of Nations

1934

  • Russia joined the League of Nations
  • Stalin announced a policy of cooperating with the democratic socialists in the fight against fascism
  • Russia's non-aggression pact with Poland became a 10-year agreement

1935

  • Russia and Germany negotiated improving economic and political relations (until 1937)
  • Russia signed the Franco-Soviet Pact of Mutual Assistance and the Mutual Assistance Pact with Czechoslovakia

1936

  • Stalin's faith in the Franco-Soviet Pact was

Comments

RebeccaGH

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Thank you for all these, you're absolutely saving my a level! Thank you for taking the time to upload it all!