What was the Soviet-American relationship in World War 2?
The Soviet-American relationship in WWII was more of a "Shot Gun Wedding" in that neither side trusted the other, but both sides needed each other to defeat Hitler's Germany. But officially and in propaganda relations were very warn. And when American and Soviet troops linked in Germany they kiss and hug each other like brothers.
AnswerSoviet-American relations during WWII were generally frosty, neither side fully trusted each other and they were mainly Allies of convenience. This is not to say that they did not cooperate militarily as both sides wisely recognized Nazism as the greatest and most immeadiate danger, however tension was ever present.
They were consecutive?
In a bad relationship with the Soviet Union.
In world war 2 Russia and America were allies, against Germany
France and us have a relationship and so do you
They were at war. Michael Montagne
they are at war kill and or defeat the enemy
No, that was what a large part of World War 2 was about. They had a very bad relationship.
Uncomfortable at best, since they were at war.
It was uneasy and then caused the Cold War.
they were allies in world war 2
What dramatic event changed Britain's relationship with Australia?
Their relationship varied depending on the country. Asia is a huge conglomeration of countries, Australia is not.
They had a middle relationship. They did not hate or like each other
No, there is no relationship. There are numerous parallels that can be drawn between The Lord of the Rings and World War 1, and even World War 2, but they were not intentional.
They were allies
Answer They became the only remaining superpowers in the world after the war. k12 ;)
How did the division of Germany after world war 2 affect the relationship between the soviet union and the US?
Led to Cold War
the Cold War
South Africa was part of the British Comonwealth Nations, and at war with Germany in World WAR II
USA and Russia were viewed by many as 'super powers'. Their relationship was antagonistic.
The US occupied Japan and rebuilt it during the Korean War.
How did the relationship between the us and the soviet union change in the decade following the World War 2?
for the worse. The cold war started
They were friends, but not in World War 2
they both have total authority
They were allies against the Germans.
i think of the relationship depending on my socials study book that the dictators would rise and go into world war 2
How was Australia's relationship with Asian countries changed since as a result of World War 2 and the Vietnam war era?
It mirrors US relations.
The Soviet involvement with Poland at the begginning of the war is explained in the link below.
i guess they were cool about it which means that they acted normal but they stopped the trades that were going on before the war
War The US and Germany were at war with each other from 1941-1945. From 1939 to 1941 Neutral, then 1941 -1945 war.
The same as with the US; enemies then, friends now.
They were allies, by signing the "Tripartite Pact."
china was having an affair with Korea and japan found out so the relationship was not good
Hitler was the leader of the nazi party at the time of world war 2 so that political part was in control of Germany and had alot to do with world war 2. wether it was only Hitler who caused ww2 or wether some other people were responsible I do not know.
How has Canada's relationship with the US since World War 2 affected Canada socially economically and politically?
They were allies and fought for each other on the European theatre
Sometimes the Allies in World War 2 are referred to as co-combattants, given the uneasy relationship between the Soviet Union on the one hand and Britain and the US on the other other.
former colonies became independent
It changed because the U.S.A and Russia became friends
What two events ended the cozy relationship between politicians and the media during the 20Th century?
world war 2
probably, but then nasty Germany decided to kill everyone! :(
What is the relationship between the bombing of Nagasaki and prejudice and intolerance in world war 2?
See website: Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and nagasaki.
They were Allies who did not trust each other in any way.
What was the ideology of the Cold War and its relationship to the breakdown of World War 2 alliances?
The body of doctrine, or the symbol, or myth of something, is IDEOLOGY. The ideology of the cold war was nuclear weapons. Without NUKES there would have been no Cold War.