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ah, starlin doesn't reply. he doesn't trust churchill. at 4 o'clock this morning, a hitler attacked and invaded russia. suddenly, with our declaration, the war without even an ultimatum, the german bomb rain down from the sky. i've been the russian, that is russian danger is therefore our danger and the danger of the united states . 2 days later you as president roosevelt also gives a speech supporting the ussr. but there are other political forces
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in the united states. territory makes his speech in december of 41 and the senate is as if the russians are when they wish that of port, the germans at the germans, or when we support the russians and that way, let them destroy each other. there was that kind of sentiment in the west at this time, dangerous destructive, roosevelt wound stanolin of japan's intention to attack the soviet union. but soviet intelligence report, state the via tank is still in doubt. it's imperative that the u. s. makes it clear to japan that if they attack the soviet union will have support but the british and american authorities will not support the ussr. the u. s. military assures roosevelt that germany will quickly conquer russia in the way to the you. ah.
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church she recalled at 4 out of 5, warded mam experts. it no doubt that russia would be no town in a few days. meanwhile, the red army is withstanding a serious black with the russians of the 1st serious adversary. mm. door store says you say you was born, you got 2 or 4 year old. can you put together a face? you say you got to a sequoia near operators the shore economic skill. you saw a young push visiting and the were approached to live from sort of federal would not sure it was a tele ross more north pitch because it in yeah, you could have dog were melissa had promotions to cover them. choice by some dinner
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near sort of param, rental, i realized that i insure i even or gear or to show you. so i bought a little magnolia, near prager. i selected him, grabbed on carpet. i could also go to france. he allies realized that the soviets will fight hitler to the last and only then in october 1941, his lend lease extended to the ussr. but the majority of supplies, about 80 percent still go to britain, ga to perform your fish less not pluck they are maurice applause in the book is wrong. be sure you could keep that up. live blood the go, you know, the face to face bishop because shape was clear with ya hope i wish to fell out of a store. but alas, this is no more let the will officially not the word to wish home a bit when i shared the go to the novel analog appeal. wish. boring for you or miracles, clara ah,
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december the 7th. 1941. japans forces a tank pearl harbor. the main u. s. military base in the pacific america is forced to join the war. it's vast industrial base which had been used for the manufacturing civilian technology was quickly re orchestrated to produce munitions and tanks and aircraft and naval vessels for funding of the war. as early as summer 1941 stein raises the question of opening a 2nd front line with churchill. but the british prime minister declines. i think difficulties with true deployment. roosevelt promise is that the u. s. army will land in france in 1940 to lay to us churchill to his phone stolen that the operation will not go ahead. joe shall flies to moscow.
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i the situation on the soviet frontline is dial. the nazis are advancing to the cabin . a north caucuses under approaching stalingrad studded sun senior. lieutenant jago duke really is in captivity and announced a concentration camp. but it don't skip him yet, but he a whole must cool now, which is to roll and options. virginia to california here by lim, fork. to just get up shell, says churchill, in which you call it that it. he of course are pretty more vanelle. i'm glad chung abroad throw sister dumpster yesterday. boucher. thanks ross, dot orange. kirk. we're starting to live door after. after was so swine showing you pollution? mm. ah,
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john chill wants to leave moscow. but star and invite him to his criminal apartment . the banquet last more than 7 hours, and they begin to get along. if only i could dine with stone and once a week, it would be no trouble at all. november 1943 chair on the iranian capital. all 3 countries have embassies hair. it's the 1st big meeting of the big 3. stolen must fail, not don't to bar judy and said provide your story, touch cricketer, i meet to the graph. no sirius, so must quit. most of what took my me of a says, could your months go frontier does what i choice now course hung up so much, double massage, or in yonah inappropriate. no crania talk to read your grammar. more would be the
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white little chauffeur on the american embassy is on the outskirts of the city. and due to a terrorist threats, roosevelt accepts an invitation to settle in the soviet embassy where the meetings are also held. churchill attends by walking along that covered corridor connecting the soviet and british embassies. britons prime minister doesn't approve of the style in roosevelt reproach meant is further complicated by the fact that churchill was not only a colonial, less, but an outspoken, racist, which deeply offended. especially the american leaders, roosevelt and henry wallace, vice president wallace. of course, he was a racist. he said he hated people with slit eyes. we flit eyes and pigtails, which means that the chinese and japanese. but we must remember that in those days, most people who are racist ah,
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his attitude towards indians in general was extremely racist and derogatory his colleague in the cabinet. lord emery are recorded him as saying indians, a beastly people with a beastly religion. j coil is an indian journalist who knows exactly how the british crown colonized his homeland in 1943 at the time of the terran conference, a great family and broke out in bengal in which more than 4000000 people died. it was not human error. it was a conscious decision by winston churchill to deprive ben gall off food grains and ship them to europe because he wanted to build grain
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reserves in europe, in case a 2nd front was opened. in the war in europe, when he was toward people are dying in very large numbers. his response was to write on a file if they are dying in so many numbers. how come gandhi is still alive? at churchill request, roosevelt sends american ships loaded with grains of angle by churchill to verse them to europe. and roosevelt is well aware of it. there was no doubt in anyone's mind that there was a great catastrophe on forwarding and been gall. but churchill, the decision was so be it. ah, the 1st meeting rent actually changes roosevelt's attitude to style it. it's
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a pleasure working with him. there's nothing devious. the outlines, the subject he wants discussed and he sticks to it. roosevelt warms up his dollar and he starts talking to us dollar and making fun of the british, making fun of churchill as winston got out of bed on the wrong side today. and by the end of that, he was to call him uncle joe. and in some ways, by the us and the soviets were more on the same page in certain respects in the u. s. and the british were at the time, during the same period, the germans offered stalin a trade for his son, yackel who was being held in a concentration camp and exchanged but general field marshal feed. rick palace captured near stalingrad the kremlin master answered, i don't trade soldiers promotionals the allies knew about it. roosevelt was notorious of being very complimentary toward stalin and russia general and its
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people and very cold and distant to winston churchill. ah. stone in standing and terran was very strong. the germans at surrender near stalingrad the great tank battle of the coolest fall should be won. the red army was advancing but great britain was losing its influence. it was obvious for everyone, including churchill. later he said, cold between the great russian bear on one side and the american buffalo on the other. there was, i know poor little english donkey ah, the key issue of the terrace conference, the opening of a 2nd front froze. again. we have too many things to do at home to waste our time
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here said starlen, he was going to leave the conference after that. the allies promised to open the 2nd front no later than inmate 1944. a constructive dialogue began iran's future and europe's post war architecture were discussed with roosevelt proposed to divide germany into 5 small states. churchill agreed. but starling insisted on preserving germany's unity to europe. to book b. huddle chosen with mushroom news. you are still chris. well, sure, troy, can you call me back on your bill or national could offer me. you can talk to you in the cochran number of to your, i know, ah,
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ah b o a a ah. oh seemed wrong when all proofs just don't hold any you have to say out. disdain becomes the attitude and engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves worlds,
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the more we choose to look for common ground. ah, june. the 6th, 1944 normandy, the allies opened the 2nd front 11 months before victory after the german war machine had been broken down. that was when the british and the americans really focused more power into assaulting germany, but they did a tremendous cost to the russian people in the russian soldiers who suffered more casualties than any other people. and any other nation of the war with operation about grouchy own wasn't even great at disaster. they
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had to live in the family styling ground. it took the red army 5 weeks to advance, 720 kilometers to warsaw. nearly 20 german divisions were destroyed completely. another 50 suffered great losses grab most of the war. the americans and the british were confronting 10 german divisions between us. while the soviets were confronting more than 200 german divisions by themselves, crimea the alta february 1945 with the last meeting of the big street. at 1st, the allies suggested meeting in scotland but started in loft. it all saying he disliked men in skirts and dampness. in fact,
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the soviet needa wanted the allies to see the devastated territories of the ussr with their own eyes who, awe sympathizing with roosevelt stolen, put the grandest devante a imperial palace at his disposal. lucifer had trouble getting about the main sessions were held there. the soviet delegation was housed in the u soup of palace, the british in the baron. so palace. mm mm. the palace is set miraculously survived and had been fixed up for the allies meeting a yell to stage from mitchell. i saw ross garza published before class. not i mean, assess ticket monster friendship, but his look class sudden actually and say years nika, how you think you, tim, for some boston, my really push bushes. diane yamashita, short death or gordon. them until are usually shop. can you're welcome. close. now
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the meal to of to sure for a couple were to fail. she missed to come up with building a plus button. now, where did her and bill caution still a little much double your to bill have credit through the she then you come to us. he shows pretty a sibling zachary people from zachary. there's a should on yeah. below listening to the go down the shaft, ostriches divide that he missed to push that cruncher and you're wearing the rotor, said chris to parts, why not? he born you? mm. roosevelt had a strong interest in the u. s. hassan, moving against japan and started and needed to secure the ussr east and borders. get back south jacqueline and the call real islands the territories laws during the russo japanese war, poland, his fate was also being decided. churchill wanted the exile, the london pro western government to return to warsaw. scotland needed frenzy, poland. and he insisted on a free election, roosevelt, bank, stalin,
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and churchill had to concede, but bar girlish door were shocked. i blew up short match it authority a good one. you can show more as a to from national machine or should the bull adams come from tusky panata glue? no more to ship whistler in the porter. my boyfriend laughed as de la with some recall a dog scuttle and met shamal ish all hollowed no way. not roosevelt proposed the new international coalition. the united nations organisation, the victorious countries were given the right to veto the u. n's key decisions or reborn after a more premier mystery to brittany. sure, sure it was a littler up there on. looks like you recently deal one, but you're so spoiled by marcia, but she did no further for a new. he will prefer martin barocha to route by keep a few or stop him over the mercury. okay, away they started mischief chisher to the new yorker. those letters of sweetie,
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ms. warner, a. what the, what the avenue which to already and you alter there were divisions among the allies. this sauces. he didn't involve in the juvenile heiner, whom aunt brock did see a team, georgia. i'm so glad uncle risen was well, auntie, so that is, was the englander, the america whitened us over down. your fear trodden to these. all right, that's enough. dim creek her later ashburn me, there's a red toyota. and a month later, in march 1945, the allies ended secret negotiations with germany, with the surrender of the german troops in northern italy, elizabeth, or had the smithy cotton truly on dr. state title name is what are bob kelly? the vest, mr. for less dammit,
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not for end of the screen here up for please to one gig and we were the soviet union. i shall either the pin middle of it or not long. i leave it off a handbook i sent him an event. i've often politician visits formed is a for art home or allison disease is from her gone mister, spreading in a letter to president roosevelt style indirectly accused the allies of making a separate deal with germany, already, terminally ill, roosevelt rhodes. you've been misinformed? starting replied. our informants are modest and honest people. yeah and yeah, my go paula. she's cuz she's my managed persuasion, but she is in the middle of her book, resumes a book. ah, on april 12th 1945, roosevelt died and harry truman became the new
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you as president. we've got this little man without vision 1000 to make the crucial decision about buying a mental turning point in history. ah . on april, the 30th 1945, a red flag was hoisted over the rice tag. ah, by this time hitler was dead and his successor admiral done its negotiated a union natural surrender in the west with the allies and withdrew his divisions, letters or what he meant. now surely appreciate a sort of order she should have deal because to get our north double earth or a boat that blood was morally way the brought your so yes go say you oh petoskey
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why you little bit of a spoke or what a shot rationally a democracy name's tanya. that's why this why you have to rush, you least shanisha there. that up. so you with them before mom knew was more of them be sir jimmy mina were bonnet. having received the information, standin ordered marshal shook off to turn the army westwards. the allies understood a surprise attack wouldn't work out then. charger beckon, clicking the dodging creek scuff harmon and sorted out more vizier tut. the who. deutschland and annoyed the buffalo chatham even as java de leon da, missouri in northland want it to. but some of our veterans conte starting africa, was east and does she east? i was found bus mafia dar on charges are. yeah, that be neat. nifty for me. it damaging the phone. these as dupage be like a dish. divest mr. blue. the
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double play continued. germany signed the surrender on may the 7th at the american command headquarters in the french city, a reins stone and was furious. the soviet people had borne the main brunt of the war. the surrender had been signed on french territory with the anglo americans playing the leading rose. the act of surrender should be carried out as an important historic event and accepted in the place where the fascist aggression came from into a lid and not unilaterally fed by the high command of all the anti hitler coalition countries. the allies had to consent. they agreed to consider the documents signed in france as a preliminary one. the
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2nd unconditional surrender was signed in the burned in suburb of cows. horst, the german signatories were senior military officials, headed by the commander in chief of the forces general field marshal castle. the soviet union was represented by marshal of the soviet union, ju, call the allies by british and cheap martial tedder. it happened on may the eights, i $2243.00 european time. ah, in moscow, it was 12 43 am on may. the 9th july . the 17th 1945 the potsdam conference
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was there. i mir feature leash where you needed a bunch of torture computer video federal middle raymond, goodbye tried 3 competitive bill was me nina, but a trump artichoke go is meaning of put elf brought facia to pick a hold of curricular should. oh, button diamond chill, chill lost the general election in great britain. during the potsdam conference in july, churchill has voted out of office by the british people that had enough of churchill . and so that even though now he's revered is, is gray war. later, at the time, the british people were not quite enthusiastic about his leadership. churchill negotiated in potsdam for 9 days. the conference was concluded by new british prime minister clement at lee la laurence was just sitting in the stuff still had
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it thrown one shorter, comfortable mustard except come shy utah wi rush. give him a chair models. roosevelt was convinced that the lasting piece was impossible, without the soviet union. roosevelt was the last us leader who pursued peace, not wo. the last able, the roosevelt wrote the churchill right before he died. he said the issues between us and the soviets come up every day and they all worked out and they get resolved . we should continue to work together. rosa that was convinced that he, that the americans in the soviets would remain friends and allies in the postwar period. mm. in potsdam, truman got a message. it's a little boy about the atomic bomb. when he told stone and about it, the soviet ledia showed little interest. uncle joe didn't understand truman, thought it, stalin already knew everything. and the issues raised in yalta,
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i lay down in potsdam and above all europe supposed will architecture. germany was to pay reparations and be deprived to part of its territories. koenigsberg and its surrounding areas. could it be seated to the ussr? mm hm. so i usually care for my memphis. sure. she'd houston's, i've usually assess course. i also plan you pull my sheer branyon. i've done newest work for and none of the new master kimball and mush nice from article dublin. yeah . could, i'm scrub. there were leash of she cheer patrol at each cut on her horse fellowship . are you led? pushed, widely ushered the north. what a japanese dread is the most of the idea that the soviet bye come into the civil war, proven undisturbed. this solid assurance that the russians are coming in on schedule human rights in his diary, his salary will be in the jap war by august. 50 vinny,
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jeff fanatic. her full 30. it's obligations to the allies in august 1945. the red army conducts lightning fast. 20 day operation against the 1500000 strong 12 ah, 2 with no military necessity. america dropped atomic bombs on hiroshima and nagasaki. that's enough. we are not interested in an alliance with russia any longer. and we can stop carrying out our agreements with it. we should act as if there is no yalta agreement just a year later on march the 5th 1946 judge, you'll made his famous fulton speech. a
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guy who's in with ah ah, ah ah, so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy even foundation, let it be an arms race is on a very dramatic development only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how
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that strategy will be successfully, very difficult time to sit down and talk. it's got nathan lucas just again. yes, of course. so are easier to be done with the recent term while in the contested region began to plan for nouns to ban serbian conversation from august the 1st and to make the entering the agent required permit what the course of what was really being it just like one that i knew sales given the community of really little lack of better with the 1st thing drivers do as soon as the cost of a is removed stickers from their number place because of the serbian cars can only drive with patches like these a.


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