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comment When did the Soviet Union stop blaming the Entente for WW2?
@T.E.D. anyway, the translation seems to be redunant as the questioner seems to be fluent in Russian.
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comment Soviet reaction to Battle of the Denmark Strait
@Rohit they are mostly "German information agency says" - "Reuters says".
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comment When did the Soviet Union stop blaming the Entente for WW2?
Can you please bring a source where start of WWII was blamed on the Entente exclusively? Can you please bring an evidence that the USSR switched to blame Germany exclusively after 1941? It seems your premise is somewhat imprecise. I think the change may be happened in 1970s or 1980s.
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comment When did the Soviet Union stop blaming the Entente for WW2?
@T.E.D. In Russian "fascism" includes Nazism. Moreover, it was nearly the sole word for Nazism during the Soviet period (often narrowed down as "German fascism" in scientific sources). "Nazism" could be understood but never used, it became more wedespread after the fall of the USSR under English influence. But it seems there are some other issues of understanding of the translation. Where it says Mussolini was fighting against fascism?...
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comment When did the Soviet Union stop blaming the Entente for WW2?
@sds why do u think there was any change at all? Firstly, it seems, from the very beginning the USSR blamed the both sides (not just Entente), and this continued later.
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comment Why did the Soviet Union's economy grow fast in the 1950's-1960's?
There was a lot of the grain in the country in 1932/33. The harvest was high and derfinitely a lot higher than in the wartime, when there was no hunger.
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revised After the fall of Constantinople was there a re-evaluation of the basis of Russia's religion?
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comment Have Germany and Poland ever signed a peace treaty after WWII?
@Voitcus well possibly Poland as an Eastern block country did not recognize the FRG as a successor to Nazi Germany.
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