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The conference enabled the great powers to reduce their navies and avoid conflict in the Pacific. Hitler's objectives were to eliminate the Soviet Union as a military power, exterminate Communism, generate Lebensraum ("living space") [122] by dispossessing the native population [123] and guarantee access to the strategic resources needed to defeat Germany's remaining rivals. [124] Although the Red Army was preparing for strategic counter-offensives before the war, [125] Barbarossa forced the Soviet supreme command to adopt a strategic defence.

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