The Soviet Union and the Origins of the Second World War: Russo-German Relations and the Road to War 1933-1941 (The Making of the Twentieth Century)
Historians have heatedly debated the Soviet role in the origins of the Second World War for more than 50 years. At the centre of these controversies stands the question of Soviet relations with Nazi Germany and the Stalin-Hitler pact of 1939. Drawing on a wealth of new material from the Soviet Archives, this detailed and original study analyses Moscow's response to the ris...more
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published August 15th 1995 by Palgrave Macmillan
(first published 1995)
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Impressive study. The author has made bold arguments that contradicts the perception of many about the Soviet's role in the war. Based on sources he has obtained, the book delves mainly in the diplomatic movements between USSR, Germany and Europe.