The Soviet Resistance and Brewing Trouble in the Pacific | Colorized World War II

World War II

If Hitler had anticipated a swift and conclusive triumph in Russia, he encountered obstacles at every juncture. Despite the Luftwaffe’s bombardment of Moscow and the onset of the Siege of Leningrad, the Soviet Red Army steadfastly resisted surrender, patiently biding their time for the arrival of winter snows. Simultaneously, tensions escalated in the Pacific, as the United States initiated diplomatic measures against Japan.

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