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In Support of President Putin’s History of World War II
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In Support of President Putin’s History of World War II
June 26, 2020

The USSR was the ugly Cassandra, the truth-teller about the Nazi danger: almost everyone despised her and few would embrace her.

Victory Day – As Franklin Roosevelt Would Have Seen It
May 9, 2020

FDR would not have celebrated Victory Day 75 years after his death with his customary loud and generous laughter. He could only have wept.

Victory Day – As Franklin Roosevelt Would Have Seen It
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Was the 1945 Yalta Conference a Mirage?
History
Was the 1945 Yalta Conference a Mirage?
February 4, 2020

The relatively smooth waters of cooperation between FDR, Churchill, and Stalin at Yalta concealed roiling cross currents beneath the glistening surface which some historians like to emphasise. These rip tides were quick to erupt in the last weeks of the war.

Misrepresentations of American & Soviet Roles in WWII and the Cold War
October 1, 2019

FDR had no illusions about what immense and unnecessary suffering Stalin’s domestic policies produced, but this wasn’t FDR’s business. US national security was.

Misrepresentations of American & Soviet Roles in WWII and the Cold War
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The War – Again
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The War – Again
September 14, 2019

The USSR, with significant help from the rest of us, defeated Hitler and changed the world away from that dark and horrible future. At enormous cost.

Who Lost World War II? The West
September 3, 2019

The two wars between 1914 and 1945 may be seen as the Great Civil War of the West, the Thirty Years War of Western Civilization that culminated in the loss of all the Western empires and the ultimate conquest of the West by the liberated peoples of their former colonies.

Who Lost World War II? The West
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The Canadian Prime Minister Needs a History Lesson
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The Canadian Prime Minister Needs a History Lesson
September 1, 2019

The British and French, and the Romanians, and even the Czechoslovaks, and especially the Poles sabotaged, spurned or dodged Soviet offers, weakened agreements with Moscow and tried themselves to negotiate terms with Berlin to save their own skins.

Learning the Real Lessons of Yalta to Prevent World War III
November 30, 2018

Yalta was never a naïve sellout and Roosevelt gave away nothing. After he died Churchill and the US Republicans successfully slandered his good name for their own glory and lying gain.

Learning the Real Lessons of Yalta to Prevent World War III
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