Anti-Comintern Pact

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Signing of the pact

The Anti-Comintern Pact was a pact between Nazi Germany and the Empire of Japan, which would later joined by more countries, in Berlin, Germany, on November 25, 1936. It was set up directly against the Comintern, or Communist International, an organization that was led by the Soviet Union. On November 6, 1937, Fascist Italy joined the pact,[1] which was the beginning of the Axis Powers.

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  1. Robert Melvin Spector. World Without Civilization: Mass Murder and the Holocaust, History, and Analysis, p. 257