USSR in WWII Research Paper by The Research Group

USSR in WWII
This paper discusses Stalin's leadership and preparation for WWII: Politics, strategy, Battle of Stalingrad and the defeat of German troops.
# 18408 | 3,150 words | 22 sources | 1990 | US
Published on Mar 24, 2003 in History (European - World Wars) , European Studies (World Wars)


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"Between the years 1939 and 1945, the government of the USSR was engaged in social and political activities which were directly related to its wartime concerns. On the brink of the Second World War, Stalin blamed German aggression on the forces of imperialism which drove nations - Allied as well as Axis toward seeking the expansion of territory and the domination of people. The Soviet government wanted to avoid war with Nazi Germany if possible; however, in 1939, Stalin decided to begin preparing his military forces just in case. At that time, it was clear that the Soviet Union was not yet prepared for a war against the Germans. In addition to the Russian people being psychologically unprepared for war, it was evident that both Soviet training and equipment were inferior to those of the Nazi forces."

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