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Causes Of The Soviet Union In Ww2

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Raith Palmer
Mr. Dalton
English IV
21 November 2017
Soviet Russia In World War II

I have always been fascinated with the Second World War. In fact, it seemed only fitting that I would choose the Soviet Union's role in World War II since I like the Soviets as well. I have divided this paper into several sections to help complete this task. The first section will deal with the causes of World War II and the Soviet Union's role in them. The second section will deal with the battles the Soviet Union was involved in during the war. The soviet union had some physicians but most came after the war. World war 2 was a crazy war that didn't end good or bad.
The soviet union a strong nation, yet a corrupt one, this is the nation that massively
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