The Nazi-Soviet Pact

In August 1939 the Nazi Soviet Pact shocked the world. Two dictators and sworn enemies, who were under no illusions about future conflict with each other signed a non aggression pact and trade deal. It contained a secret clause about the division and occupation of Poland, a state which neither viewed as legitimate and Stalin viewed as an existential threat. Here’s a short video on the agreement and its consequences.

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