From Soviet archives we have now learned that on Aug. 19, 1939, Stalin told the Soviet Politburo that if a world war should follow a Nazi-Soviet pact it would only serve to strengthen Communist Parties in France and Britain. Stalin then accepted Hitler's suggestion that a German delegation headed by Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop be received in Moscow immediately... displayed 300 characters
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Von Ribbentrop and company arrived on Aug. 23 and the next day the pact was announced. Photos show Stalin, champagne glass in hand at the signing in the holy of holies, the Kremlin no less, and looking Von Ribbentrop right in the eye toasting the event with these words: "I know how much Germany loves its Fuhrer... displayed next 300 characters
Instead he made it so the winners of the elections are to be supportive of the Soviet Union, so the countries eventually became communist. Stalin wanted to secure the western border between the USSR, and Germany so that it may never pose as a threat to Soviet Union again...
From Soviet archives we have now learned that on Aug. 19, 1939, Stalin told the Soviet Politburo that if a world war should follow a Nazi-Soviet pact it would only serve to strengthen Communist Parties in France and Britain...
If Joseph Stalin never died
and Boris Yelstin never took control the USSR may
still have existed now. The question that is the most
provoking to me is what the Soviet Union would have
been like know? Would it be a peaceful country or
would it be worse than it was before?
To secure Soviet influence over Eastern Europe, Stalin arranged the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact with Germany on August 23, 1939. A secret addition to the pact gave Eastern Poland, Latvia, Estonia and Finland to the USSR, and Western Poland and Lithuania to Germany...
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