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Europe and Russia from World War II.Is a buffer zone necessary or not?

2022-02-24  Category:Russia

Europe and Russia from World War II.Is a buffer zone necessary or not?

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Soviet Union with the world's highest death.

Europe's history is complicated.During World War II, the Soviet Union recorded the highest death toll in the world.It is said to be between 18,000,000 and 24,000,000.At that time, the Soviet Union had a population of 168,524,000, which meant that 13.6 percent to 14.2 percent of the population died in the war.The reason is that the Nazis are so strong that the rest of Europe is helpless.Churchill of England was afraid of the Nazi invasion and called Roosevelt of the U.S. to ask him to participate in the war, but Roosevelt refused and Churchill was unable to move for a while.

The Soviet Union, which drove the Nazis to defeat and became the leader of Eastern Europe.

It was the Soviet Union that eventually prevented the Nazis from marching.As a result, the Soviet Union paid for such outstanding deaths.In this sense, Europe was saved from the Nazis by the Soviet Union.After the war, the Soviet Union took over half of Europe during the Cold War.NATO, led by the United States, was born in Western Europe.The United States did not participate in the European war and had no results at all.

The United States, which drove Japan to defeat and became the leader of liberal countries.

The United States drove Japan to defeat and became the leader of liberal countries.Japan's death toll during the war was more than one-tenth that of the Soviet Union, or 3.6 to 4.3 percent of its population.You can see how many Soviet deaths occurred.The war in Japan, which ended in the United States, was not actually beneficial to Europe because Asian countries resisted colonial policies and gained independence one after another.

What do you think of Russia from a historical perspective?

At least the Soviet Union, which achieved great results in the war in Europe, has collapsed since 1991, leaving no socialist countries in Europe.Putin has repeatedly opposed Ukraine's entry into NATO and said he was deceived by Europe.Russia wants Ukraine to remain a buffer zone.Conversely, is Europe planning to deploy NATO troops to the Russian border?Who do you think saved Europe?He may think that.



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There is no doubt that Russia's actions this time clearly violate international law, but history gives me a complicated impression.What are the advantages of Ukraine joining NATO for NATO?