October 18, 2010

Stalin, Hitler & Eastern Europe's Killing Fields

Matthew Kaminski, Wall Street Journal

AP Photo

Churchill and Roosevelt let Stalin redraw Europe's borders, and all the bloodlands fell into his hands.

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TAGGED: Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, World War II, Germany, Nazi party, Russia, Europe, Eastern Europe, Soviet Union, Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler

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