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Ss110 World History

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SS110 world history
1. Name the first 2 nations who challenged the post-WWI settlements through territorial
conquest.
Japan
Italy
2. What was Stalin’s interpretation of the Munich Conference?
The Stalin’s interpretation of the Munich Conference was that the rejection of the proposal made
by Brain, France, and the USSR, the conference had directed German aggression against the
USSR.
3. Why was the Unit 731 so infamous?
It was infamous because it was a center of so much torture that it remained in the minds of many
of its workers. Nevertheless, it was a necessary project to win the war.
4. Name at least two issues of disagreement between the Allies and the USSR during the
war.
The issues of disagreement between the Allies and the USSR during the war included extreme
mistrust between the Allies and USSR and the Soviet Union’s demand for the destruction of
capitalism.
5. Why did the alliance between Chinese and the Soviet communist governments collapse?
The alliance between Chinese and the Soviet communist governments collapsed because the
Soviet Union had adopted Social Imperialism and China considered the move a great threat.

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