Uni Soviet pada Perang Dunia II

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Para prajurit Soviet dari Front Timur saat istirahat pendek setelah pertarungan, 1 April 1944
Garis waktu dan korban militer USSR di Eropa dan Asia, saat Perang.

Templat:Sejarah Uni Soviet

Uni Soviet Union menandatangani sebuah pakta non-aggresi dengan Jerman Nazi pada 23 Agustus 1939. Selain stipulasi non-agresi, traktat tersebut meliputi protokol rahasia yang membagi teritorial-teritorial Rumania, Polandia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Belarus, Ukraina, dan Finlandia ke dalam "lingkup pengaruh" Soviet dan Jerman, mengantisipasi "rearansemen teritorial dan politik" potensial dari negara-negara tersebut.[1] Joseph Stalin dan Adolf Hitler kemudian mendagangkan proporsal-proporsal setelah masuknya Soviet ke Pakta Blok Poros.

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