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how did the Nazi-soviet non-agression pact lead to the war in europe and asia?

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    It gave Germany a chance to build its armed forces and weaponry to wage an all out war in Europe without worrying about fighting the Soviet Union.

    I'm not sure the pact had much effect on the war with the Japanese in Asia.

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