The Soviet Union :)
hitler, goering, himmler
Tsar Nicholas II
The major leaders during WW2 was Benito Mussolini (for Italy), Joseph Stalin (for Soviet Union), and Adolf Hitler (for Germany)
The "reach-around" - it was a powerful and explosive tactic.
They used tactics?
Verify to be certain, but I think it was the NKVD.
The japanese military leaders in world war 2 was Genaral Alix .
The Soviet Union
The Italian Dictator Benito Mussolini.
I believe about 10,700,000 military deaths in the Soviet Union for World War 11.
because they had to focus on the military situation.
The Soviet Union. They had a combined 23,400,000 deaths.
Yes. He's even one of the greatest military leaders the world had !
The Soviet Union supplied the military needs of the Arab countries (Israel's attackers) during the Arab-Israeli War of 1973 (called the Yom Kippur War by the Israelis).The Soviet Union.
The most powerful leader in Russia during World War I was Nicholas II. In addition, Nicholas Nikolaevich and Aleksei Brusilov were leaders during WW1.
The Soviet Union DID NOT start World War II. Nazi Germany started World War II. The Soviet Union defeated Nazi Germany with some help from the USA and her allies. The Normandy invasion was only possible because Nazi Germany had the bulk of its military engaged with the Soviet military on the Eastern front. The Soviet Union suffered more than 10,000,000 deaths during World War II.
One of the leaders were Hitler.
Discrimination existed within military policies. Black leaders continued to fight discrimination during the war. Blacks were not treated equally within the military.
Becauses soviet leaders needed to learn other cultures due to the fact of other leaders
Joseph Stalin was the Soviet leader during World War 2.
No countries were forced to have Soviet bases in WWII because the Soviet Union didn't possess anything. However, after WWII, Hungary, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, and Albania all had Soviet bases.
They were the leaders of their countries if that's what your asking (Hitler=Germany, Stalin=Soviet Union, Mussolini=Italy)