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 Tripartite Pact - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The pact supplemented the previous German-Japanese Agreement and the Anti-Comintern Pact, both of 1936 and helped overcome the rift that had developed between Japan and Germany following the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact signed by Germany and the Soviet Union in 1939.
The Tripartite Pact was subsequently joined by Hungary (November 20, 1940) and Romania (November 23, 1940).
The Tripartite Pact, also called the Three-Power Pact, was signed in Berlin on September 27, 1940 by representatives of Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy and Japan. /wiki/Tripartite_Pact   (830 words)

 Anti-Comintern Pact - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Anti-Comintern Pact was concluded between Nazi Germany and Japan on November 25, 1936.
The Anti-Comintern Pact was revived in 1941, after Germany's assault on the Soviet Union, (Operation Barbarossa), and on November 25 its renewal for another five years was celebrated.
The pact was directed against the Communist International (Comintern) in general, and the Soviet Union in particular. /wiki/Anti-Comintern_Pact   (540 words)

 Pact - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pact is also a commune in the Isère département in France.
A pact is a formal agreement, usually between two or more nations.
This page was last modified 09:35, 7 January 2006. /wiki/Pact   (67 words)

 Comintern --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - Your gateway to all Britannica has to offer!
Though the Comintern's stated purpose was the promotion of world revolution, it functioned chiefly as an organ of Soviet control over the international communist movement.
The regimentation of the Comintern and of the parties represented in it began at the fifth world congress in June 1924, immediately after Lenin's death.
Though its stated purpose was the promotion of world revolution, the Comintern functioned chiefly as an organ of Soviet control over the international communist movement. /ebc/article-9361225   (652 words)

The Comintern, established by V.I. Lenin in 1919 was designed to sponsor and direct communist parties outside of the Soviet Union.
Note that this pact is not directed at the Soviet Union.
Hitler's support of Italy during the Ethiopean War was followed by their joint assistance to Gen. Francisco Franco in the Spanish Civil War, which erupted on July 17, 1936. /~rhyne/232/AntiCominternPact.html   (645 words)

This pact was one of the last obstacles Hitler had to overcome in his path.
This pact said that if either country went to war, the other country would remaind neutral and not attack each other.
This Pact gave Germany an opportunity to invade Poland and then only fight a war on one front with Britain. /causesofww2/Nazi-Soviet_Pact.html   (171 words)

 The Sorge Spy Ring
Only occasionally he would photograph the document, as in the case of the preliminary document for the Anti-Comintern Pact.
Mostly, there was no need for surreptitiousness for he would take any desired document to his improvised office (ex-coffee-kitchen, still reeking of beer from the party celebrating the anniversary of the Hitler ascension) where he would photograph it, or even make notes, at his will. /nanatalese/bruno/sorge/sorgenotes/sorgenote9.html   (269 words)

Of course, this was implicit in the earlier Anti-Comintern Pact.
It should be noted that the Soviet Union had signed a pact of neutrality with Germany on 23 August 1939 and that the United States, despite Roosevelt's open advocacy of Britain's cause, was still officially neutral.
Furthermore, it is the desire of the three governments to extend co-operation to such nations in other spheres of the world as may be inclined to put forth endeavours along lines similar to their own, in order that their ultimate aspirations for world peace may thus be realized. /~rhyne/232/ThreePowerPact.html   (452 words)

 Shofar FTP Archives: imt/nca/nca-01/nca-01-09-aggression-13
On 27 September 1940, some four years after the Anti- Comintern Pact was signed and one year after the initiation of war in Europe, the German, Italian, and Japanese Governments signed another pact at Berlin -- a ten-year military-economic alliance (264-PS).
Then, invoking the appropriate clause in the Tripartite Pact, he asks that Italy declare war on America immediately after the outbreak of hostilities and proposes the signature of an agreement not to conclude a separate peace.
The raw material situation of the pact powers demands that Japan should acquire possession of those territories which it needs for the continuation of the war, especially if the United States intervenes. /~nizkor/ftp.cgi/imt/   (10479 words)

 Anti-Comintern Pact
Comintern - Comintern [acronym for Communist International], name given to the Third International, founded at... /ce6/history/A0910309.html   (85 words)

 Events preceding World War II in Asia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
November, 1936: Japan joins Germany in signing the Anti-Comintern Pact, concluded to provide a two-front threat to the Soviet Union.
Japan is however not interested in being drawn into a European war, and thus the pact is not a true alliance.
February, 1936: In Japan, a coup attempt by junior officers comes close to succeeding. /wiki/Events_preceding_World_War_II_in_Asia   (1448 words)

 World History:Causes and course of the Second World War - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks
The Anti-Comintern pact had been a pact that denounced communism and it was initally signed by japan and Germany.
Despite having signed the non-aggression pact with Stalin, Hitler despised communism and wished to destroy it in the land of its birth.
In the Kellogg-Briande Pact (1928), 63 countries including all the Great Powers except the USSR, renounced war as an instrument of national policy and pledged to resolve all disputes among them "by pacific means." The signatories had agreed beforehand to exempt wars of "self-defense." /wiki/World_War_II   (5670 words)

 French Communist Party 1939
Also a victory for peace is the collapse of the “anti-Cominternpact, whose transformation into a military alliance dragged on in Tokyo, because the Japanese remember the severe lesson it received just a year ago at Lake Khasan.
For the tripartite pact was never seen by the peoples of France, England and the USSR as a war weapon, but as a peace weapon, as a weapon against aggression, against the denial of their signature by the specialists in aggression.
The non-aggression pact with Germany, imposed on M. Hitler, who had no other possibility than either thus capitulating or making war, is a triumph for this Soviet desire for peace. /history/international/comintern/sections/france/1939/long-live-peace.htm   (792 words)

 International Military Tribunal "Blue Series," Vol. 3, p. 369
On 27 September 1940 some four years after the Anti-Comintern Pact was signed and one year after the initiation of war in Europe, the German, Italian, and Japanese Governments signed another pact at Berlin, a 10-year military-economic alliance.
The official German text of this pact, as well as the Japanese and Italian texts together with an English translation, is contained in our Document 2643-PS, which has been certified by the signature and seal of the United States Secretary of State.
The Tripartite Pact pledged Germany, Italy, and Japan to support of, and collaboration with, one another in the establishment of a New Order in Europe and East Asia. /works/imt/03/htm/t369.htm?size=2   (367 words)

 Nurnberg Trials: The Donovan Archive Index
The Anti-Comintern Pact was conceived as a more reliable means (than old-fashioned friendship treaties, non-aggression pacts, etc.) of assuring the mutual defense of the former against the latter.
This interrogation explores "The Origin of the Anti-Comintern Pact," as understood by Hermann von Raumer.
History of Eurasia; Anti-Comintern Pact; Bolshevism; Germany; Italy; Japan; Russia; United States; England /Lawlibrary/donovan/show.asp?id=445&query=   (152 words)

 Anna M
It is still unknown what Stalin wanted to gain by this proposal, but in view of his deep distrust of Britain and his previous proposals to Hitler for a nonaggresion pact in 1935 and 1936, he might have meant the conference to put pressure on Hitler to come to an agreement with the USSR.
It is clear that the conclusion of the Nazi-Soviet Pact removed any doubts Hitler may have had about risking a European war by attacking Poland, and this seems to put the onus on Stalin.
German documents show that the Secret Protocol to the Nazi-Soviet Nonaggression Pact was worked out at the Kremlin by Ribbentrop and Molotov and their aides during the night of August 23-24. /~eceurope/hist557/lect16.htm   (18267 words)

 Was Pearl Harbor Unavoidable?
By the fall of 1938 Germany was no longer satisfied with merely an anti-communist pact -- she wanted a military alliance with Japan.
For that was the year of the seventh world congress of the Communist International, popularly known as the Comintern.
This pact held that communist interference not only endangered the internal peace and welfare of Germany and Japan but also threatened "the general peace of the world." /jhr/v04/v04p391_Greaves.html   (1568 words)

 Anti-Comintern Pact
All negotiations for the Anti-Comintern Pact were handled by Joachim von Rippentrop for Germany and the Japanese military, with Rippentrop initiating discussions between himself and Oshima, Japan's military attaché in Berlin.
Germany and Japan created the Anti-Comintern Pact of 1936 because both, in their quest for expansion, stumbled into conflict with Russia.
The results of the Pact paid off on both ends, especially for Japan who was granted more freedom to move around and take territory in China. /academics/history/StudentWork/AsiaPacificWar/asia-pacific-scott/background.htm   (372 words)

 October 25, 1936: Rome-Berlin Axis
On November 25 Germany made the Anti-Comintern Pact with Japan, pledging mutual support against the Soviets, Mussolini joined in November 1937, extending the Axis from Rome to Tokyo.
On January 2, 1937, British and Italian relations were eased by the signing of a joint declaration (known ironically as the Gentlemen's Agreement), the main clause of which recognized freedom of movement for both countries in the Mediterranean. /axis.htm   (198 words)

 Japanese military aggression in East Asia 1931-1937 (cont.)
The ostensible purpose of the Anti-Comintern Pact was to contain the spread of communism, but it contained a secret protocol which required both parties to consult with a view to safeguarding their common interests if either Germany or Japan was attacked by the Soviet Union.
The Japanese viewed the pact as a safeguard of Manchukuo against the Soviet Union seeking to use Japan's puppet state as a means of access to an ice-free Pacific port.
With further territorial expansion on the Asian mainland in mind, and with China the primary target, Japan began looking for allies who would be comfortable with military aggression and likely to support Japan in the event of a military confrontation with the Soviet Union. /battleforaustralia/historicalbackground/JapMilaggro2.html   (1337 words)

 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Anti-Comintern Pact
Anti-Comintern Pact, agreement between Germany and Japan signed on November 25, 1936, opposing communism as a menace to peace and order.
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By 1937, cooperation between Italy and Germany had begun to produce results. /Anti-Comintern_Pact.html   (154 words)

 The Anti-Comintern Pact - OD Board
Germany, Japan and [later] Italy signed the Anti-Comintern Pact in '36/'37 to show that they knew the dangers that Communism posed to the world.
Of interest here is that American popular [keyword] culture -- by then heavily-Jewish -- made fun of that pact, e.g., a cartoon by the man who drew Dr. Seuss, Theodor Seuss Geisel, at [click on the cartoon to enlarge it].
[FDR did have an opportunity to sign the pact, as Article II of that pact refers to third parties being invited to sign it]. /forums/showthread.php?t=6658   (246 words)

 Alliances of Nazi Germany
Perhaps the most significant treaty of WWII was the Russo-German Non-Aggression Pact in 1939.
On May 22 of 1939, Italy formally made an alliance with Germany called the Pact of Steel.
However, the alliance proved disastrous for Germany when, according to terms of loyalty, Germany declared war on the United States in reaction to Japan& bombing of Pearl Harbor. /~bsilva/projects/germany/3rdreich/alliances.htm   (549 words)

Until attacked by it in June 1941, the Soviet Union was effectively allied with Nazi Germany through the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, invading and occupying parts or the whole of Poland, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Romania.
A number of smaller countries were counted among the Axis powers, but these countries did not have a profound impact on the war, nor did they supply the Axis powers with any great abundance of troops or supplies.
Western Europe largely aligned as NATO, and Eastern Europe largely as the Warsaw pact, alliances which were fundamental to the ensuing Cold War.   (2163 words)

 Russo-Japanese War
After the signing of the Anti-Comintern Pact, Stalin was alarmed at the possibility of the USSR being involved in a two-front war.
Hitler's Nazi-Soviet Pact of 23 August 1939, seen by the Japanese government as a betrayal of the anti-Comintern Pact, reinforced Japan's decision to use Hitler but never to trust him.
Japan decided that it was not yet ready for an all-out war with the Soviet Union and on 13 April 1941 the Soviet-Japanese Neutrality Pact was signed, with Japan unaware that Hitler would reverse his arrangement with the USSR and launch the Wehrmacht on Operation Barbarossa in June 1941. /Russo.htm   (2297 words) - Anti-Comintern Pact (Wars And Battles) - Encyclopedia - Anti-Comintern Pact (Wars And Battles) - Encyclopedia
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You are here : > Reference > Encyclopedia > Wars And Battles > Anti-Comintern Pact /encyclopedia/X/X-AntiComi.html   (112 words)

 Spain Foreign Policy under Franco - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, Population, Social Statistics, Political System
His sympathies, nevertheless, were openly with the Axis powers; he had, in fact, already joined the Anti-Comintern Pact and had signed a secret treaty of friendship with Germany in March 1939.
Although the pact did not constitute a full-fledged military alliance, it did commit the United States to support Spain's defense efforts; furthermore, it provided Spain with much-needed economic assistance.
Although Franco was deeply indebted to Germany and to Italy for their decisive contribution to his victory over the Republicans, he declared Spain's neutrality in the opening days of World War II. /wfb2001/spain/spain_history_foreign_policy_under_franco.html   (1800 words)

 Germany The Consolidation of Power - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, Population, Social Statistics, Political System
That same year, Germany, Italy, and Japan signed the Anti-Comintern Pact, the three signatories pledging to defend each other against the Soviet Union and international communism.
Because Hitler had concluded that he could not hope for British neutrality in the coming war, he formed a formal military alliance with Italy--the Pact of Steel.
Immediately after the German occupation of Bohemia and Moravia, Britain and France finally became convinced of Hitler's expansionist objectives and announced their intention to defend the sovereignty of Poland. /wfb2001/germany/germany_history_the_consolidation_of_power.html   (1565 words)

The Tripartite Pact had produced an effect opposite from that intended and erected another obstacle to an understanding between the two countries.
The problems posed by Germany's attack on Russia were hardly settled and the decision made to abide by the Tripartite Pact and the drive southward when a new crisis arose.
Thus, in the months that followed, Japan sought to immobilize the United States with the Tripartite Pact and to gain the friendship of Russia with a five-year pact of nonaggression and neutrality. /cmh-pg/books/70-7_04.htm   (10303 words)

 Weimar Republic and Third Reich
German treaties with Italy (the "Rome-Berlin Axis") and Japan (the "Anti-Comintern Pact").
The Nazi-Soviet Pact (or Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact) provides that Germany and Russia will observe benevolent neutrality towards each other if either becomes involved in a war.
Germany violates the Munich agreement and suddenly occupies the rest of western Czechoslovakia, turning Slovakia into a client state. /materials/weimar.htm   (1823 words)

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