by Ian Ona Johnson
After the Treaty of Versailles and the Bolshevik Revolution, Germany and the Soviet Union forged a partnership of pariah governments to industrialize and arm their nations, and making inevitable the slaughter that unfolded in the eastern front of the second world war.
Putin's comments were seen as using historical precedent to strengthen his authoritarian policies.
by Diana West
The fascinating and unfamiliar story of the disclosure of the Soviet pact with Hitler.
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