História diplomática da Segunda Guerra Mundial

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A história diplomática da Segunda Guerra Mundial inclui as principais políticas e interações externas dentro das coalizões opostas, os Aliados da Segunda Guerra Mundial e as potências do Eixo. A diplomacia pré-guerra é coberta em Causas da Segunda Guerra Mundial e Relações Internacionais (1919-1939). As potências capitalistas comemoraram a vitória na reunião.[1] Muitas das consequências diplomáticas da guerra surgem com as vitórias soviéticas.[2]

Grã-Bretanha[editar | editar código-fonte]

Conferência do Cairo.

O Reino Unido projetou batalhas contra os soviéticos na Guerra do Inverno, mas não se envolveram devido a perspectiva de guerra de trincheira.[3][4][5] Mesmo assim foram fornecidos apoio material aos finlandeses.[6] Quando a guerra começa, os bretões tentam cessar o comércio com a indústria de guerra finlandesa.[7] O governo soviético se ofereceu a negociar uma ofensiva conjunta com os bretões, sendo esta iniciativa rejeitada Churchill.[8]

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