Answer: Yes. Answer: Finland was not attacking anybody. Soviet Union attacked Finland in 1939.
Because the soviet union were allies with Germany and didn't expect Germany to attack them.
The Nazi-Soviet Pact 1939
the Soviet Union :*
The Soviet Union, aka the USSR.
Non agression pact was made by germany and soviet union to not attack each other, however hitler broke the pact and invaded soviet union
In 1939, Germany and the Soviet Union signed the Non Aggression Pact. This was basically a document that said that neither country would attack the other during wartime. This was broken in 1941 when Hitler and his army invaded the Soviet Union in Operation Barbarossa; this was Hitler's fatal mistake.
The Nazi-Soviet Non Agression Pact was an pact between the Soviet Union and Germany. Neither side would attack each other or get involved. It was signed in August of 1939 and broken in 1941, with Hitler's invasion of the Soviet Union.
Not at first, because the Soviet Union attacked Finland. That Winter War 1939-1940 was over, however Finland did decide to join Hitler in his attack on the Soviet Union in June 1941.
2010 august 15 the Germans and soviet union stormed Poland and got there land
The population of the Soviet Union in 1939 was 168.5 million people. However the population of Russia (Soviet Union excluding now independent states) was 109.3 million.
Germany and the soviet union invaded poland in 1939.
The Soviet Union in August 1939.
Hitler was the one to break it. He did a surprise attack on Poland (soviet union). Breaking the pact that was signed.
The Invasion of Poland, 1939 and "the 1939 Defensive War in Germany, was carried out by Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union and a small German-allied Slovak contingent. Germany captured the Soviet-occupied areas of Poland when it invaded the Soviet Union on June 22, 1941, and lost the territory in 1944 to an advancing Red Army.
Germany, and then Germany invaded the Soviet Union two years later.
The Soviet Union/USSR.
Germany and the Soviet Union.
Hitler betrayed his ally, the Soviet Union.