25/11/1936 Japan and Germany sign the Anti-Comintern Pact
25th November 1936: Anti Comintern Pact signed by Germany and Japan
The pact was directed against the communist Third International. Germany and Japan agreed on potential steps, in case of an attack by the Soviet Union. They also agreed not to make any political treaties with the Soviet Union and Germany agreed to recognize Manchukuo.
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