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Why Was the Soviet Union Described as a Super Power After the Second World War? - History and Civics

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Why was the Soviet Union described as a Super Power after the Second World War?

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The Soviet Union was described as a Super Power after the Second World War as its empire was greatly expanded. It included half of Poland, Estonia, Latavia, Lithuania Finland and many parts of Germany. It also became a dominant power in world politics and occupied the position of a leader of the Communist Bloc.

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