Alliances, Pacts and Sudetenland Crisis

The Rome - Berlin Axis
agreement by italy and Germany. They would work together on matters that were of interest to them both, these being foreign policy and stopping the spread of communism
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The Anti-comintern Pact
Signed by Hitler and Japan. aimed to prevent the spread of communism through the soviet union and allowed for closer relations for Germany Japan and Italy
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The Nazi Soviet Pact 1939
Germany + Soviet Union promised to not fight one another. Allowed Hitler to be confident that he could invade Poland without triggering war with the SU
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The outbreak of war
1 sep, German troops invade Poland. B+F demand they withdraw but when they fail to do so B+F declare war on Germany (3 Sep 1939)
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EXTRA CARD
AHA SORRY
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Other cards in this set

Card 2

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The Anti-comintern Pact

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Signed by Hitler and Japan. aimed to prevent the spread of communism through the soviet union and allowed for closer relations for Germany Japan and Italy

Card 3

Front

The Nazi Soviet Pact 1939

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

The outbreak of war

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

EXTRA CARD

Back

Preview of the front of card 5

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