The Nazi-Soviet Pact

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Poland couldn't be stopped from being attacked even though...
Br and Fr said it would protect its frontiers
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The only country that could defend Poland was the USSR but...
Poland feared communism more than fascism and wouldn't want their help
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The USSR felt like Britain was trying to direct Hitler to the East, evidence of this can be...
how the USSR was excluded from the Munich Conference
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In 1939, Br and Fr made no urgency to make a pact with Russia, so...
Russia went to Germany
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This pact went against the Anti-Comintern pact which was signed with Italy and Japan against communism but...
in this pact, they both agreed to not interfere against each other in the event of a war
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Poland was divided between them and Germany received the West which...
included the port of Danzig and the Polish corridor
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This meant the attack on Poland was inevitable as Hitler hd prevented the danger of...
a war of two fronts, leading to their downfall
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Hitler presumed it would prevent Br from opposing his attack on Poland as...
he thought Br would back down as it had at Munich
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If Britain kept the guarantee to protect Poland...
war is about to begin
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Br and Fr had now lost another possible ally in the USSR and Hitler convinced...
Stalin that there would be no war and he would regain lost Soviet lands
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Poland feared communism more than fascism and wouldn't want their help

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The only country that could defend Poland was the USSR but...

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how the USSR was excluded from the Munich Conference

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Card 4

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Russia went to Germany

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Card 5

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in this pact, they both agreed to not interfere against each other in the event of a war

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