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The Korean War was fought against North Koreans and Russian servicemen.


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Russia, then called the Soviet Union, supplied America's enemy with weapons. The Soviet Union (Russia) was a cold war enemy. Russia (Soviet Union) and America never officially fought each other. Russia (Soviet Union) and America were allies only during WWII.

The U.S. and the soviet union never officially declared war and fought. The period of time you are referring to is the cold war. Where the U.S. was basically competing against soviet Russia. They were competing for the most arms, space race and even at the Olympics. So to answer your question no they did not fight.The only time American and Soviet Troops ever met in battle was during the Archangelsk occupation during the Russian Civil War.

No. Poland, Britain, France, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Soviet Union and many other countries fought the Nazis long before the U.S. entered the war.

he was the only president during the time of the clasping soviet union.

The Soviet Union did not exist during WW I. It only came into being in 1922. But the Russian Empire (as it was then) did fight against the Germans. It was not a success, and Russia had to sue for peace in 1917.

The Soviet Union only had one Political party, which was the Communist Party.

The main countries are: Britain (UK), USA (Later in the war), and France. Those are the only ones I remember but there are a lot of other countries. ____ Plus the Soviet Union (USSR). About 75% of all German soldiers killed in World World 2 were killed on the Eastern Front, fighting the Soviet Union. This tends to get overlooked.

Nobody, really. The office of President was created in the Soviet Union in 1990, and Gorbachev became the first and only Soviet President.

The greatest battles of WWII in Europe/Asia were fought in the Soviet Union. The German Army was so badly beaten by the Soviets that only a token force of the German Army remained to face the Normandy Invasion of 1944.

"Mutually Assured Destruction." This is why Korea and Vietnam had to be fought as "Limited Wars." Limited to the use of conventional weapons only.

the United Kingdom recognised the Soviet Union de facto in 1921, but de jure only in 1924.

Franco was a Spanish facsist who tried to instate a Facsist government in Spain. His forces attempted the takeover in the 1930s in what is known as the Spanish Civil War. The only country to fight with the Spanish democratic government was the Soviet Union.

No, they are completely different in many ways. The Soviet Union no longer even exists. Some countries that were in it are now members of the European Union, but that is about the only connection.

No, Russia was part of the Soviet Union for only about 69 years. The Treaty of the Soviet Union created it on December 29, 1922 and it dissolved in 1991.

No. The Soviet Union encompassed 14 other current countries aside from Russia.

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No Soviet Union until aftermath of WWII. Previously named Russia only, since only one country, not a communist empire.

The Soviet Union only came in to existence after the Russian Revolution of 1917. It ceased to exist when the communist system collapsed in 1989.

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Well, at the start of WW2, only Bukovina and Bessarabia were part of the Soviet Union. But later on, a lot of Northern Romania was.

The Union Army only fought the Civil War!!

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