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Wednesday, 3 February 2010

Timeline of Soviet Foreign Policy, 1928-1941

Recommended by Dr. Alastair Kocho-Williams, Senior Lecturer in History, University of the West of England.

1928: ‘Third Period’ launched; doctrine of Social Fascism

1929: USSR signs Kellog-Briand Pact

Sept 1934: USSR joins league of Nations

May 1935: Pacts with France and Czechoslovakia

August 1935: Comintern supports Popular Fronts

1936 – 1939: Spanish Civil War

Nov 1936: Anti-Comintern pact of Germany & Japan (Italy signs 1937)

Sep 1938: Munich Conference (USSR excluded)

April 1939: Litvinov proposes triple Military alliance – Britain, France and USSR

May 1939: Litvinov dismissed; Molotov becomes Foreign Commissar

August 1939: Nazi-Soviet Pact concluded

June 1941: Germany invades USSR


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