Alliance & support of Hitler as a means to participate in
the spoils of world conquest.
Stalin wanted to reunify Western Europe. He opposed Mussolini in any attempts to forward his own expansion. Stalin wanted to reunify Russia into a Marxist state.
Much of Europe as a whole had many economic goals after World War 2, as this period defined the beginning of the Age of Capitalism. Two of France's main goals were the increase of working hours and productivity gains to rebuild its stability.
How did the goals of U.S foreign policy in Europe compare to the goals of soviet foreign policy after world war 2?
The 5 year plan to make russia a strong economic country
the soviet union wantd control of eastern Europe. the united states wanted independent nations in eastern Europe
To conqueor Eastern Europe
Stalin created the Korean War.
Stalin's goals were to make the economy better for the Soviet Union. He tried to achieve those goals by creating 5 year plans that would make the Soviet Union stronger and more powerful.
The soviet union wanted control of Eastern Europe. The United States wanted independent nations in Eastern Europe.
The Soviet Union wanted control of eastern Europe. The United States wanted independent nations in eastern Europe
It was Manchester United 4 - 3 Europe XI Manchester United goals - Rooney (2 goals), Brown and Ronaldo Europe XI goals - Malouda, Diouf (2 goals)
Stalin had two five year plans to increase industrialization and take the USSR out of the dark ages of industry. He did accomplish his goals but he used brutal tactics to accomplish his goals.
The United States wanted to help revive the economy in both places.
to convert the westen world (America Europe Canada etc...) to the religion Islam
Joseph Stalin was the leader of Russia during World War II. His goals during the war were to defeat Germany, protect his country, and breaking up Eastern Europe.