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The signing of the treaty in Ankara

The Forgotten Treaty That Allowed Nazi Germany To Invade The Soviet Union

The document that opened up the Eastern front

World War II was by far the deadliest conflict in human history and even today, more 75 years since its end, it remains seared into the global consciousness. What’s not often remembered though, is that it was the Eastern front that was by far the deadliest theatre…

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Exploring History is a publication about history. Instead of focusing on any particular time period of history, we explore anything about the past that helps our readers understand the world they live in today. We pay special attention to historiographical rigor and balance.

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