German and Japanese Foreign Ministers Sign the Anti-Comintern Pact Ca. 1936Unknown - 1936
On November 25, 1936, Germany and Japan finalized the German-Japanese Anti-Comintern Pact, designed to unite the two nations against the growing power of the Soviet Union. The treaty was signed by German foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop and Japanese viscount Kintomo Mushakoji. It outlined the two powers' agreement to work together against communism as well as a secret pledge for each nation to join the other should one of them enter into war with the Soviet Union. Italy joined the pact the following year, laying the groundwork for a three-sided alliance that would hold through World War II.
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Copyright Date: ©1936
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