Most likely, the USSR would have been overrun and the Communist party would have been crushed, but nobody can tell for sure.
the real question is what would have happened to the allies if the Russians lost the war. most likely, there would have been a resistance until either the Germans fell back or Hitler died and the Germans fell back. but again, no one knows for sure. alot more people would have died.
The USSR was with the Allies - they were against the Germans
if you mean world war 2 the us the UK an ussr would be examples.
i would say Britain was the greatest, then the USSR, then France i would guess.
The main US Allies were the British Empire, the USSR and China.
The US, USSR, China and the Free French were the UK's major allies.
USA, USSR, & Britan
UK, USSR and France
The UK The US and the USSR.
USA, UK, USSR and France
The top five allies in World War 2 are the USSR, USA, Britain, Canada and Australia.
The Allies were: * U.S.A * Great Britain * France(for some time ) * USSR
Allies - USA, UK USSR and France Axis - Germany, Italy and Japan
Main allies of the US were Britain, France, USSR and China.
The UK, US and the USSR.
no, they were part of the allies forces
US, USSR, UK, and France
USSR wanted the countries to be communist but the other allies thought it would cause another rebellion the allies started fighting china, north korea, and the USSR so the USSR made blockades so they didn't get over run by allied forces
USA, UK, and USSR were Allies. Germany, Italy and Japan were Axis enemies.
In WW-2 that would be Britain, China, USA and the USSR.
yes like USSR, USA and China
UK, USSR, and France
They joined the allies when Germany started invading the USSR ( soviet union)
It is in large measure due to the bloodbath between Germany and the USSR that the allies were able to win WWII. For the sake of argument if the USSR were neutral the defeat of Germany would have taken much longer and entailed a much greater US effort.
Allies had to air lift supplies into West Berlin because the USSR had all roads blockaded. The eastern part of the city was under the control of the USSR, and the western region was under the control of the allies. The USSR hoped that by shutting off all routes, the allies would turn total control of Berlin over to them.