How the U.S. saved the Red Army in World War II

How the U.S. saved the Red Army in World War II – We all know abstractly, that World War II was one of the most destructive conflicts in human history. It began when Nazi Germany unleashed ferocious attacks across Europe, but it spread to the Soviet Union, China, Japan and the United States. The war dragged on for six bloody years until the Allies defeated Nazi Germany and Japan in 1945, but some of the war’s most savage fighting occurred on the Eastern Front. The fighting on the Eastern Front was terrible and incessant, brutal beyond belief. The two principal belligerent powers were Germany and the Soviet Union, along with their respective allies. Both sides fought with demonic fury the Germans to crush the hated Slavs, and the Soviets to defend the sacred soil of Mother Russia. Though never engaged in military action in the Eastern Front, the United States and the United Kingdom (allies) both provided substantial material aid in the form of the Lend-Lease to the Soviet Union. All large quantities of various military equipment that supplied to the USSR by the Western Allies, such as : motor vehicles and fighter planes and most of all helped the Soviets survive while the most difficult periods of the war with Germany.


America sent gear to the USSR to help win World War II

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