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  1. Answer (1 of 6): They didn’t annex states which were not the part of Russian Empire. Only re-annex states which were. So they re-annex Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia in 1940, take back Moldova from Rumania in 1940 and East Ukraine and Belarus from Poland in 1939, From Finland they take only Vybo...

  2. Answer (1 of 8): Who knows. Japanese could do nothing anyway, because their interests went in different direction. We know that the Soviet-Japanese neutrality pact was signed in April 1941.

  3. Answer (1 of 6): There was actually some lobbying by Polish communists and Bulgarian ones, I think, to have their countries join the USSR. Stalin could have done so if he wanted to, but the advantages of such a move were outweighted by disadvantages.

  4. Answer (1 of 11): Mongolia’s independence is indisputable because it was a legit international agreement signed with Russia when China was still the ROC and later PRC also nego between Mao and Stalin also PRC recognized Mongolia as independent.

  5. Answer (1 of 4): Thanx for asking me. I have what I consider a nuanced position on this and ALL other political burning-questions. I acknowledge that the US Gov is THE #1 TROUBLE-MAKER on the planet; killing more than all other forces combined; destroying 10s as much as all other forces combined...

  6. Answer (1 of 3): It was in several stages. Outer Manchuria was lost because there was barely any people living there, due to a ban on migration to Manchuria from other parts of China.

  7. Answer (1 of 3): It’s been occurring for as long as humans have been walking the planet. The reason why you see such a mixture of different peoples in Central Asia is because the Eurasian continent is the world’s largest land mass.

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