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Flag of the USSR when World War II occurred.

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), also called the Soviet Union, was a large Marxist-Leninist State stretching from Eastern Europe to Siberia. The state was formed after the October Revolution in 1917. and the victory over the Russian monarchy in 1922.

History Edit

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World War II Edit

The USSR was invaded by Germany in 1941, after renouncing the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact. Because the nation was unprepared, it fell easily to the German forces. Additionally, the nation had no support since the U.S. did not sign the Lend-Lease act and the alliance with Nazi Germany alienated the USSR from the West.

Post-war Edit

Majority of the USSR was still occupied by Nazi Germany of 1953.