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std::MAP for a string and object pointer

map<string, Object*> objectMap;

Object *pObject1;
Object *pObject2;

pObjet1 = new Object();

objectMap["Object1"] = pObject1;

pObject2 = objectMap["Object1"] ;

For some reason the pObject1 and pObject2 not point to the same object? Why that happen? How can I assign the pObject1 address into the objectMap["Object1"] so objectMap["Object1"] will return the same address (i.e. pObject1) rather a different address (pObject2)
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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