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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.
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