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Did the U.S. want to surprise Japan or the Soviet Union?
Russia and the United States were allies during World War II, but that certainly did not mean that they were friends. The alliance with Russia was to fight Nazism, which at the time seemed to be the greater of the two evils. Throughout the war the United States involved Russia as little as possible in important decisions, which made the Soviet Union upset seeing as they had the most devastating loss of life of any country involved. Tension was high between Russia and America, and, as the war was drawing to a close, both wanted to have influence in the post-war agreements. The United St…
- Did the U.S. want to surprise Japan or the Soviet Union?
- The Cold War, the elongated tension between the Soviet Union and the U.S
- Thommas Jefferson, the third president of the U.S.
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