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Action Pact; Action Pact!; !Action pact!

Tripartite Pact         
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  • The Japanese embassy in Berlin clad in the flags of the three signatories of the Tripartite Pact in September 1940
  • Official protocol of Bulgaria's accession into the Tripartite Pact
  • [[Luang Wichitwathakan]] (centre, standing) and German diplomats, 1943
  • Japanese version of the Tripartite Pact, 27 September 1940
Axis Agreement; Axis agreement; Axis Pact; Tripartite pact; Berlin Pact; Tripartite Coalition
Patto Tripartito, accordo di alleanza militre stipulato nel 1940 fra Giappone, Germania e Italia
non-aggression pact         
  • The Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact (German copy)
Non-aggression treaty; Nonaggression treaty; Nonaggression pact; Non-Agression Pact; Non-aggression act; Neutrality pact; Non aggression pact; Non-Aggression Pact; Nonagression; List of non-aggression pacts; List of neutrality pacts
patto di non aggressione
Ribbentrop-Molotov treaty         
  • ''The New York Times'' reported Nazi troop movement on 25 August 1939, soon before the [[Gleiwitz incident]] on 31 August 1939, led by [[Alfred Naujocks]] (pictured).
  • Brest]] at the end of the invasion of Poland. At the centre are Major General [[Heinz Guderian]] and Brigadier [[Semyon Krivoshein]].
  • Soviet and German soldiers in [[Lublin]]
  • Brest]].
  • Ribbentrop taking leave of Molotov in Berlin, November 1940
  • prewar Polish territory]] east of the [[Curzon Line]] annexed by the Soviet Union after the war
  • Cartoon in the ''[[Evening Standard]]'' depicting Hitler greeting Stalin after the [[invasion of Poland]], with the words: "The scum of the earth, I believe?" To which Stalin replies: "The bloody assassin of the workers, I presume?";<ref>The cartoon is a parody of "[[Dr. Livingstone, I presume?]]", [[Henry Morton Stanley]]'s supposed greeting to Livingstone in November 1871. Artistic reconstructions of that event (see relevant articles) showed them raising their hats to one another in greeting.</ref> 20 September 1939.
  • Soviet expansion, changes to Central European borders and creation of the [[Eastern bloc]] after World War II
  • occupied territory of Poland]]
  • Situation in Europe by May to June 1941, immediately before Operation Barbarossa
  • The Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact (German copy)
  • Lithuania between 1939 and 1941. Germany had requested the territory west of the River Šešupė, the area in pink, in the German-Soviet Boundary and Friendship Treaty but relinquished its claims for a compensation of $7.5 million.
  • Map of territorial changes in Europe after World War I (as of 1923). Note that the creation of the [[Irish Free State]] and Northern Ireland is not shown.
  • German and Soviet invasion of Poland]].
  • Last page of the ''Additional Secret Protocol'' of the Pact (Russian copy)
  • Molotov (left) and Ribbentrop at the signing of the pact
  • "The [[Prussian Tribute]] in [[Moscow]]" in the Polish satirical newspaper ''Mucha'' of 8 September 1939
  • All territories taken from Czechoslovakia by its neighbours in October 1938 ([[Munich Agreement]]) and March 1939
  • Map of the [[Second Polish Republic]], 1937
  • mass execution in Palmiry]], 1940
  • Romania's territorial losses in the summer of 1940
  • Planned and actual territorial changes in Central Europe: 1939–1940
  • Soviet expansion in 1939-1940
  • Nazis destroying border markers on the Polish-German border, 1939
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il trattato Ribbentrop-Molotov (patto di non belligeranza fra Germania e Russia nel 1939)


An early system on the IBM 701. Version PACT IA was for the IBM 704. [Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)]. (1994-11-30)


!Action Pact!

!Action Pact! was a London-based punk rock band, formed in 1981 by guitarist Wild Planet, bassist Kim Igoe, George Cheex, and drummer Joe Fungus. They would later break up in 1986.

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1. "They allowed us to prepare and train, despite international pressure, and knowing that we were getting ready to strike the idols of this age _ the American forces and the NATO pact," the al–Qaida leader said.
2. Bin Laden was shown expressing his appreciation for the Taliban, the Islamic regime that ran Afghanistan and gave refuge to al–Qaida until the U.S.–led invasion toppled them in late 2001. They allowed us to prepare and train, despite international pressure, and knowing that we were getting ready to strike the idols of this age – the American forces and the NATO pact,‘‘ the al–Qaida leader said.