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Was the Soviet Union going to invade Germany?
Stalin planned to attack Nazi Germany from the rear in July 1941, only a few weeks after the date on which the Axis invasion of the Soviet Union took place. According to Suvorov, the Red Army had already redeployed from a defensive to an offensive stance.
Why did the Soviet Union switch sides in WW2?
Explanation: Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union had a non aggression pact. When Germany’s attempt to conquer England failed Hitler turned his attention to the Soviet Union. When Germany broke the treaty with the Soviet Union the Soviet Union asked to join the Allies in the fight against the Axis Powers.
What countries could Germany have invaded but not?
10 Places Germany Could Have Invaded, but Didn’t (WWII) 1 Switzerland. 2 Great Britain. 3 Malta. 4 Gibraltar. 5 Spain/Portugal. 6 Ireland. 7 Sweden. 8 Turkey. 9 Iceland. 10 United States.
Why did Turkey stay neutral in WW2?
Turkey. Despite being allied with Germany during World War I, Turkey was intent on staying neutral during World War II. Germany and the Allies both courted Turkey as a possible ally, and Germany came close to forcing Turkey to allow German troops to pass through Turkish territory on the way to Iraq.
What if Spain had allied with Germany in WW2?
If Hitler had been able to convince Spain to ally with Germany, or if Germany could have seized port facilities on either the Atlantic or Mediterranean coasts of Spain, Germany would have enjoyed much greater flexibility in basing and resupplying its U-boats and conducting aerial patrols of sea lanes.
Did the Germans ever invade Switzerland during World War II?
The Germans never did invade Switzerland during World War II, as they did not invade several other notable places they certainly considered invading or would have greatly benefited from invading. Here we list 10 of those places.