By consolidating their power in Eastern Europe, setting up puppet communist regimes in all the countries they had liberated, with the exception of Yugoslavia. They were also looking to expand into other countries like Iran and Greece, but due to aggressive American containment policy, the Soviets almost always backed down. They were also probably beginning research on their own atomic weapons. They were doing a lot more, I'm positive, but I really couldn't tell you what exactly.
The Soviet Union didn't exist in World War 1.
No. The Soviet Union did enter World War 2 but on the other side. Germany invaded and then forced the Soviet Union into the war
it was the the soviet union
Josef Stalin was the leader of the Soviet Union during World War II.
The Soviet Union was established long before World War 2 began.
The government of the Soviet Union were communist one.
Western parts of the Soviet Union were occupied in World War 2 by the Germans, but never the entire country.
no one. soviet union is russia which is on the allies side.
They were - until Germany invaded the Soviet Union.
the soviet union had a communist government after ww2
The Soviet Union entered World War II because Germany disregarded their mutal non-aggression treaty and invaded the USSR. Germany invaded the Soviet Union in 1941.
Joseph Stalin was the leader of the Soviet Union when the United States entered World War 2.
June 22, 1941 - Germany attacks Soviet Union
Eastern Germany became a part of the Soviet Union after World War 2.
Britain, France and the Soviet Union were on the same side during World War 2
Estonia was part of the soviet union during WW2, therefore they had no choice and they had to go into the war with the soviet union.
No, the US and Soviet Union were allies during WWII.
Because Soviet Union defeated Romania in WW 2.
Germany invaded the Soviet Union, breaking their non-aggression pact.
The soviet Union was not neutral during World War 2, it was part of the Allied forces.
Moscow was the capital of the Soviet Union throughout its entire existence.
One of the causes of the famine in the Soviet Union in 1946 was the World War II.
The allies Soviet Union