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thank you for having me. glad to do. now you have the reputation of being pretty hawkish, thinkers, especially when it comes to russia. when you look at the vans in and around the ukraine, who do you blame 1st? is that president putin a president biden? well, i think this is unquestionably an active unprovoked aggression by russia, and there's no legitimate explanation for so i think the responsibility does live with president putin and his government. i think unfortunately that the west failed adequately to deter potent from, from launching the invasion and, and that's a great tragedy. but, but in this instance, it's pretty clear where the responsibility laws now president put it in his own words, is motivated by defending russia. that strategic interest, so he will definitely disagree with your definition of an unprovoked aggression.
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but let me add, establish that phrase. do you believe that russia has any security prerogative when it comes to its own neighborhood? and especially when it comes to the american and native presence in its neighborhood. well, i certainly has an interest in its own strategic security. but the fact is, the countries that border on russia have an interest in their strategic security as well. and it's not just dealing with eastern and central european countries that were previously independent alive in lithuania, have all join nato, they border on russia. they were part of the soviet union by force, not by choice. and by choice they decided to join nato. finland may soon decide to join nato as may sweden. so, you know, every country gets to determine how its own security plays out. nato has always been a defensive alliance. russia has always known that every contract,
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if you would agree, it has also its own choice of the means that it uses to defendant's interests. now that means that vladimir putin chose to defend russia's interest may seem disproportionate or excessive to some, but i'm sure it to you, they're pretty conventional given that you're somebody who supported or advocated for military action in iran, iraq, syria, live in israel, a cuba, north korea and the lease goes on, i you saying that the use of force that seems to be so permissible to the united states in your own eyes should be absolutely off limits when it comes to other great powers. well, obviously, any use of force has to be justified and certainly acting in self defense is a legitimate use of force. nobody questions that and i think the preemptive use of force against a real threat to the united states,
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towards friends and allies in order to prevent the devastation of innocent civilians is also justifiable. so when states like iran or north korea seek nuclear weapons, use of force is fully justifiable when a country commits unprovoked aggression as iraq did against kuwait in, in 1990. it's kuwait is entitled in the exercise of its own self defense to ask her out, eyes to protect it, why we iraq. so there are a lot of yeah, there are, there are a lot of different situations and different fax, different circumstances give rise to different remedies. absolutely. but the, in most of those circumstances be access central interest of the united states were not been both your own populations were not threatened either in libya or in syria or for that matter during the 2nd iraq invasion that you saw eagerly supported now . well no that's, that's simply not correct in, in either case. and you can,
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you can talk about these others as well. in the case of syria where terrorists supported by iran, supported by the government of syria, were threatening to create an islamic state. there would have threatened the west as a whole and had very strong western sport across the board with our nato allies to destroy the islamic state. nobody can argue nobody in their right mind, can argue that ukraine posed any threat to russia, none whatsoever. well, we will talk more about that. that's certainly the case that russia is trying to advance, and russia has sounded deep displeasure with native moving formerly in formerly towards the borders for quite some time, including when you were in office. you visited me as president trump national security advisor. you shook hands with why do we put in? i remember, i think it was in some or 2018. you even talked about the value of communication
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between leaders in the most difficult of times. in all fairness, didn't the kremlin use all the diplomatic means at its disposal to limit the unwelcome and so i would say malicious us presence close to russia borders. there's simply no truth to what you're saying. nato didn't move toward brushes, borders just just for, for the benefit of people in russia who may not hear this. it was the nations of eastern and central europe once the warsaw pact broke up. after decades of repression by the soviet union. that came to nato and requested membership, so that they could create their own free governments and societies and so that they could have peace and security against external threats. nato didn't decide it wanted to expand into eastern europe democratically elected governments expressing the will of their peoples, asked for nato membership. i'm bassett,
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or bold and with all due respect, i think you're a sure the now think you understand that most go would find it's quite provocative that the united states was arming, providing ukraine with lethal weapons for pretty long period of time. you may disagree that it poses spread to moscow, but moscow is within its own ride to determine what is this as threatening as it did signal is displeasure with a didn't it so, so you believe moscow would be perfectly with vantage rights to attack estonia. live, be in the window right now. absolutely, no, because i don't think lastly is tonia, are big enough countries to pose a security threat to russia. ukraine, very large european country would be given that president laskey recently raised a spectre of a nuclear confrontation of reestablishing its nuclear expertise. you think that the russians should have missed that comment that the media security conference. so,
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so, well, let me get, let me get your, your rationale here. if a country is big enough, like ukraine, then russia is entitled to invade, had that no one should take a security interest seriously. and i think it did communicate that to the americans . you can't deny dive denies that russia has legitimate security interests, but that doesn't mean that they don't legitimate security interest. can you define them? for example, in terms of b fly time that it takes for the rockets to reach moscow? how would you define that security interest? what would be the comfortable lifetime for you, for rockets to reach russia? well, i don't know russian rock as can reach the united states in 30 minutes. that's not very comfortable either. the point is that the, the, the question of what constitutes a legitimate threat to russian security is a subject. russia has to prove. and there's absolutely no evidence that ukraine has
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ever had the capacity to threaten russia. well, i think russia is growing that right now on the battlefield, but rather than arguing about that because we could never agree, let's face and you think i should, is proving on the battlefield is the incompetence of its military and intelligent service. we will definitely also talk about the tactics of the russian military. but before we do that, i want to ask you something about the decisions of the bite and administration. because he says recently that it was a strategic mistake by the by to stay, that nato would never interfere with russia's actions in ukraine. what about america's presence in the ukraine? i mean, the armament security advisors, those advocate prime promises to ukraine, to care with regards to its membership prospect, especially when we consider, you know, very loosely the desire on the part of the west to come to ukraine. defense is, do you think it was iranian to make ukraine believe that the west that would come
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to support? well, i think that that nato made a significant mistake in 2008 when it rejected president george w bush's proposal to put new crime in georgia. on a fast track toward nato membership, and i think president colton saw a bad mistake. and 4 months later invaded georgia. now, the fact is that neither the united states nor nato responded effectively to bad act upon provoked aggression. and in 2014 president coding struck again and invaded ukraine. and once again, neither the united states, their nato, took effective action in response to that on provoked aggression. but the fact that that these mistakes were made doesn't justify russia taking another active unprovoked digression. what it says is that only when russia is deterred
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adequately, does it not act with military force. and that's why, in this case, making sure that brush doesn't benefit from this act of aggression is very important. you mentioned that it was a mistake not to grant ukraine in georgia, formal membership, but as it is viewed from the crime. and it doesn't really matter whether the membership is formal or informal. the fact of arming your credit, which the west has been doing a very eagerly over the last couple of months and years already constitute security threats for moscow. or at least in the prominence calculus, and i want to ask you something as a strategy. and if this is purely a pretext on the crime one's heart was look to do was make sure that it had adequate defensive k for does it have adequate defense capabilities? right now, did that premise worked out well, doesn't have it now. well, it's doing a lot better than the kremlin expected. that's for sure. well,
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that's not good enough, but, well, let, let me ask you again. would you like ukrainian troops marching into russia, which, you know, if the russian forces continue to perform as poorly as they have both, what i would like here for us to be grounded in reality, you know, a real politic matter something in this. well then, i do think there's more at this point. russia has failed to achieve its objectives . we don't know exactly what russians casualties are, but i think they're going to be a lot of families in russia, missing their sons this coming year. i'm basketball, and let me ask you something of this try to just rather than an ideologue, whatever you think of putin, i'm sure also rising in operation like this was a huge moral historical dilemma for him. because russia indeed has a very special connection to ukraine. i wonder if the boldness or the brazen this with which the west was militarized. ukraine of late was, in fact, promised on the calculation that russia would never,
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ever use force against ukraine. oh, what, what you have in ukraine is a government freely elected by its people, which you do not have in russia. and the freely elected government in ukraine looked for defensive capabilities. having seen what russian arms achieved in 2014 seizing the crimea, seizing territory in the don bass, they wanted to be ability to withstand that to deter future rush and aggression. now anybody who believes that the quantity and quality of military assistance being provided to ukraine, gave them anything more than an enhanced defensive capability, doesn't understand what was going on. it's simply incredible. to argue that somehow a buttressed ukrainian defensive capability was a threat to russia. it absolutely was not, and i don't even think vladimir putin believes that i think what he thinks he's
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doing is making good on what he said in 2005 about reversing the breakup of the soviet union. that was a hard thing for russia, but history is a hard teacher. and failing to understand that that was basically an irrevocable breakup is what's causing this tragedy today. well, i'm back in a bolt and we have to take a very short break right now, but we will be back in just a few moments. stay tuned. ah ah, ah.
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oh ah welcome back to world to part with former us national security advisor on both and ambassador both. and you mentioned that in put in mind and americans for some reason i left so much to read his mind. so i will rely on the capacity to do that because we, the russians don't always, don't always succeed in that. do you think the ukrainian state will continue to exist after russia fulfills its objectives in ukraine?
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it's military objectives. well, we don't know what the military objectives are, but i think the ukraine states can certainly exist in exile even in the worst of circumstances as governments did in world war 2, after the nazi occupation. and i think that's something that the and his advisors should have considered before they began this operation. but i don't see how at this point the russian military can really expect to take control of the entire country. i think that's beyond their grass. that has also be on the aspiration because the chrome has never pronounced about to be at its objective. so all it's sad, it was, it said what it no, it hasn't said but its objectives are, but it's the tax, the capital city. i know it would you say, did the objective number, why was demilitarization and taking out the ukraine military infrastructure. the
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2nd objective was what he called dean. it's if occasion, that is the elimination of far right militia groups in the ukraine. but let's talk about the total pretext as we know those remain. you know, the back then mr. balls on the, you know, how many times did the united states attack a foreign lands on full pre access in numerous times. but the time, especially the 2nd invasion of iraq. yeah. the chemical weapons and we all remember that. but anyway, you said that the russian effort, the russian military effort is now bogged down to the surprise of many western analyst. and i wonder if this surprise of western analyst rose out of the very different ways in which the russians and the americans find their wars. the russians relying far more on b, manpower, and the americans relying far more on behalf of artillery. well, let's go back to iraq's chemical weapons. you know, who also believe that iraq had chemical weapons, the united nations,
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because iraq itself had declared those chemical weapons after the 1st gulf war. and so, you know, you are hiding behind the, for the united nation. that wasn't him, know, my strong point, the mediocre re or you were never musician. i thought it might be impressive. you. the issue now is not, not the different styles of warfare that countries in gauge. and although the russian style is going to cost it in casualties, sad, sadly for russia going forward and the families that will suffer as a result from it. it's whether completely unprovoked aggression is acceptable. and the answer is that it's not. so this is something that the brush is going to pay a heavy price for the tragedy. so i think is that the u. s. failed to deter, to begin with, but that's not less than the price for russia. i actually believe review that agree
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with you that the russians are taking upon themselves a risk of higher military casualties, precisely because they have an objective of limiting civilian death toll and there is a very understandable tactic. very good, really doing that. pretty good job. and if you compare the the casualties in the 1st few weeks, or let's say, be iraq here of towns if and the ukrainian offensive is incomparable, you can't even compare that group. that's true, there substantially greater civilian casualties in ukraine lying here because according to the you, in the 4 weeks of the ukrainian campaign around 800 people were killed. if we compare that to this 1st 6 weeks of the shock, an operation, it was around $7400.00 civilians killed those that official figures. and we are not even talking about how those official figures were achieved. but coming back to the issue of coming back to the issue of different styles of offensive,
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the russians having to rely much more on demand power. americans having to rely much more on the heavy artillery in essentially bombing the cities. and only then we're moving in, can't you at least give russians the credit for trying to protect civilians? because i know we are adversaries. but the, you know, at least in the russian culture, there is a tradition of respecting the noble acts of the, of the adversaries. can you be a little bit more straightforward here? well, i'd respect noble acts if i so, and the fact is, the approach that rushes using here, very familiar to president potent, what he did in chechnya, in the 2nd tragedy and more during the yeltsin term, what he has been doing in syria. and really, it is a style of warfare that i think is shocking to the rest of the world. it may,
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it may be unusual, it may, it may be because it's in europe rather than chechnya or syria. it shouldn't be that different. but in fact, i think people understand this is a very brutal form of warfare, and it's not, it's not going to achieve rushes objectives to say the least. any form of warfare is brutal, but it's much more careful of the civilian casualties than the american style. and since you mentioned say, lee, i should've been told that somebody please kill style. because in theory, if you remember, if you look at the map of theory and hearing that offensive, there were lots of opposition. how enclave located right next to the government controlled area is precisely because a process refusal to use heavy artillery on heavily populated areas. that's a very different from the way the americans form that war. and the russians brought a totally new style of warfare to the middle is to reach the middle east actually appreciates. believe it or not. yeah. well, we could take
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a vote of that throughout the middle east. i mean, i think russia and some of that would be our to, to, to attack the civilian targets. the russians gave them intelligence about we were talking before about the theory and how the, how syria posed a threat to the united states. because it was a seed of islamic terrorism. now there is that credible concern, not only in russia, but also around the world, about the rise of fly ride battalions in ukraine, ukraine, that according to america, its own experts has been used as a training ground for foreign militia from around the world. and you know, the forces that present landscape despite his 3 years in office, not being able to control is that legitimate threat as far as you're concerned? well, american legislation forbids any assistance that we give to ukraine, going into any terrorist hands right, left or,
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or anywhere else. and those don't become acceptable simply because they happened to be on the ukranian side of the border. but none of that excuses. the aggression that russia has committed and continues to, to commit. these are, again, our pre texts that are coming after the decision was made that code and wanted to establish russian gemini over ukraine through really use force. well, you mentioned that it's free tech says that only a period after the launch of this offensive. and i want to give you some figures from the time magazine article last year, which cited that 17000 for insiders have come to ukraine over the last 6 years. from over 50 countries, some of there were associated with terrorist attacks in the west, including the one in the christ church, new zealand where 51 people were killed if that were happening close to your border . would you be ok with that? well, if i thought it were true, it would be a concern,
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but you have this. and if you, if you have this information and can verify it, then i think you need to present it and people can make up their own mind. but even if everything you just said is true, as absolutely nothing to do with rushes invasion of ukraine. well, how is it not how that's of have anything to do with russia invasion and ukraine? because if you actually look at what's happening on the ground, the most notorious class is the fiercest class that occurred. there. i'm not between the russian and ukrainian military forces there between the russians troops before i arrived military battalions were just for my information. where did these suppose it clashes take? but are you familiar with this town? i think there around 130000 civilians that are being still house hostage. they're not being left out despite the existence of humanity. humanitarian corridors, both to russia and 2 mainland, the ukraine. have you ever heard about that town many. and there's all that to see
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there's this is the only news cast of which i am aware of. it says that the, the people fighting their for ukraine are right, wayne terrorist. and i think that's something you really need to consider. everything we see and independent was western press. observers believe that this is the ukrainian army making, a very heroic stand against overwhelming force has nothing to do with was right going terrors. now let's talk about how these may and you advocated for the harshest possible sanctions against russia. ronald reagan type of response, which would combine a firm stance and support for russia's opposition. what can possibly be achieved through that? well, i think this is really up to the russian people. now i don't, i don't know that anything is necessary. necessarily take place during the course of war, but i think a lot of russians are voting with their feet, leaving the country and, and expressing their concerns. we've seen some real acts of bravery inside russia.
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and at one point we could find out what russians really thank if they'd actually have a free and fair election. can i ask you one more question about the reaction of china? because many analysts, both in the east and west, agreed that china's position would be crucial in determining how much pain russia suffers in the face of western sanctions. and it's evident from the latest cold between president bolton, who president bowden authority, president biden. your wish, i'm sure you were a press and hold on. but the recent call between president by the and president she died in the us main means of decision now. threats sticks rather than kara's or any form of positive reinforcement. do you think that you will find it appealing or threatening enough to comply with washington? well, i think china is a threat in and of itself to,
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to the united states and the west is a whole. and the question of how to deal with china is going to be a huge subject in debate. i don't know whether these telephone calls from president biden will dissuade china or not. but i think china is going to need to think about this because if they have designs on free places like taiwan and others in the endo pacific, they need to recognize that there's a stronger and stronger view in the united states. we will not accept this while there may be a stronger and stronger view, but the tools in your toolbox seems to be rather limited. in fact, i've heard the number of analysts adjusted the most opportune time for beijing tissue. full control of taiwan would rise right after the end of the russian operation in ukraine because the american ability to hit beijing, the sanctions would be at its minimum. do you think that will come to pass? well, i think china would be making a huge mistake if they drew that conclusion. that's for sure. and in terms of the
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policy the united states, if you think it's tough under joe biden, wait until we get an administration whose views are closer to mine. wow, god, help us a has had time, ambassador bolden, but that will leave. we have to leave and kiera had this point. when you come to the office, i will request that interview again. but for the time being, thank you very much for your perspective. glad to give it. and thank you for watching hope to see you again next week and ah,
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willing ability to do no cranium, tv, audio, soon enough id. she ship a dock lean report of control. you put you on board. so you should. she'll go diddy to gm awarded by like the system really premium that did not sing device such a fleecy leah with a stem cell. darker room. there's a crazy, that's all there is to modern day my subway, but just dory finished on a sal if she have a lease, get us butcher. we ship them that he has a daughter to take him over to them. i need a new transcript for that. for me as a single one, they teach over the course of where you can actually reach with global i'm saying years about how she took on
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a job is to broadview enough room for a few quick to take a picture, go double play, you have j close all good, i'm up with who is the aggressor today? i'm authorizing the disco strong sanctions. today. russia is the country with the most sanctions imposed against it. a number that's constantly growing, but i think you're the future list. of course, when you click on the billing you're seeing the most in mind, that we're, we're sure we're banding all in ports of russian oil and gas news, which i know they plenty of those with whatever you know, with joe biden, imposing these sanctions on russia. jo has destroyed the american economy, so there is your boomerang. ah,
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ah, sir. a do you mind? can you me? i have some with skype. let me look on your bill says that it does not sit down with what is the minimum spoke with dish, but at least on reduced they williams. sure. it's a united so those are my problem. i'm not sure about that. especially with commercial in green sprinklers.
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um well as within a certain amount of option, you wings me checklist people with reason joy, you're coming to boston, we'd a storage from which a counselor had sent a prescription issue. ah, and i know since concerns oh, i've got a son. i was in the north stella schuster now pretty much for conflict honest here i put a formula, walker issuing me, it's ah, this medical unit has been sent up in a maintenance building. it's protected from shelly, are slow, hold on the overall i knew that we spoke to
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the team works 10 minutes drive from the front line is quiet now, but sometimes shells fly in excitement to them. then you breathe. we've been through it and you were listen, a new in the group. she will grow with what we went on board with feel, but there's been a whole bunch of national
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green with in this year. and the people have been up on it with us or it was more in a solution if that is an issue with it is what it would be like it was, but it was a proposal or should is this name with the world nationally?
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yeah, sure. up to come, you still a mission done with a new quote to you with. it's good that joking. it means they are tired and also that all at the front line, a safe and sound, a transport that the scores roll a little for one full number in a motor or to remain in spoken. there is no other a book with regards to this, but i least certainly do so. you know, there's not been slow knock us republish results from the ceiling. the firm shuts them. civilians get hurt. the ukrainian armed forces,
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him shell de village to make that presence felt for brushing or lost on the ceiling in the such for bothering him up under the children with with, with truth as a dabilla with yahoo, i had them. she had said this again, you as a fit to provincial your alabama with what you're going to see. which one. he says that i teach that outdoor muscling air. it's beth. i circ them all
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as we can a fellow in your group and move on with. no, i'm going into for option you wings. me check. every one here cherishes that. don't us? ukrainian military often had civilian facilities. so older ladies aren't uncommon here. was he valencia a 300 means wounded. this low lily, she isn't going to finance the breakfast or take for chris, but somebody in your leash know goes on in the doors, are going to put the whole much of a do you think it was to be as a lot of design necessary as it the years we're on, you know, the 1st numbers for each now, as an official bill gets off from work for a lot of if only under military regulations, the names of personnel on made public says everyone here is anonymous
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with the doctor's faces are allowed to be shown or to see that people are saved by ordinary folk, just like themselves, with the markets, a good sign to it means normal life is resuming with all the stars and shooting them from which i will send you can swing it the way we do. so you wouldn't have to put it down on the snow in coach, you know, on the move. and 1st of all, her personal new dishonor was a lot of mobile land and watch from a gram with this is val, nevada. it was fighting one over the city
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lawyers, banana corso. and since our lower your member needs to both all know off the search, the corporate attribute to senior therapy roller this year on the west, are you on my region. so somewhere, slippers are slower, none of the children's years daniel. a little while you're a seller's dinner done on the ceiling open. the destruction shows where the ukrainian on the fire from moustache lenient or to leave you shannon solutions done . yeah, just so pretty words a player that he would meet with us on our a delineate which admittedly digital phone so forth. so with student official to do so really one machine. and she is the sure the selection that comes with full from both of those. but sufficiently
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do which so when it's more but other with the girls here. joking too. that's also a good sign. nation about this? no media since go part, no hoard. so for any process number users to does anybody need c e and looks like they got the with what's the size him new media or concert form, which thought to put all of that food here was mclaughlin, with students. that was the day of my lean bow. it shouldn't be a full purchase launch gra, with that makes her lunch around you've had help with this brings to percentage is with showing the british partners what's the
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issue with the music killer? who actually was with get back on, you have to click on the list with you about to and this one is sure what you saw. so with that always here, always ready. in fact, these are watchwords here all the time with the jury for a used to do to go
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to your there what you're doing for him on the list here. what's the end of finding the warriors? sure if they're united. so those are my problem with this as a whole new i new problem, a few treating these injuries stretches resources, it's time and energy consuming. they are required future stage support payments for processes and rehabilitation. the ukrainian military uses cost bombs in huge amounts. it's beneficial in terms of military economy with with, with who did you know that this movie
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thought or ah, has been the choice when medical mumbo blog post. that's mature. i can keep a twinge, quit document on the bus with a bunch of things for me, but i'm going to push, what did you buy? did replace get that addition radius love, it will much blow out of my different benefits route to post and i that's what i mean that i think we'll push that them feel like we are much more then there's another group on punch group group or use your for holding the pressure, where do we still hold?
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you go to the broker insurance. god group got pretty cool. what is covered in here? i've got the new book with more than i did a scan but if they put us. 5 go so this is when is let's put a boil e. yeah. beautiful. microscopic restorative. sheila no less no with fema. what does provide alicia with me the all clear what? because i get local. so to most of the stuff and people have been in a facility and i'm with the late, what insurance or somebody that's been? i think the moment when you ask them when you finish to let them live next to the line with after the wounded or admitted piles of ami boots left before treatment,
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their boots had taken all cut off. and then this simply forgotten the soldiers treated in hospitals in ro stop for dennis, but their boots left here. the medical unit admits wounded from the front line there stabilized and sent on to hospital. this is an evacuation in progress. the vehicles are deliberately left unwashed. it's natural camouflage. ah, ah,
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3 helicopters a troop transporter? the k a 52 is for tactical support. with you so barney's coarseness bits, alistair, virtue melissa stuff. so he had immune system just somehow. oh, watch streaming since cooper's from our year. oh. dear of there's an ogre thought in us, a poodle with the harness. unless, so we do not have any good
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ships in demand dress. i've got a y m a symbol of chess club. or he could be a food dog or on youtube. that's always so you know, so yeah, but again, yeah, nobody military is doing what i mean, why didn't get straightened up in middle school, but she spoke a couple of the got a deal. i'm sorry, sham a piece. so is out that i'm not, but i'm not ready to go. we should i look one got sheets was already on our senior boarding bus that had my british numbers. yeah, i got the listed. that could be made up. awesome. no, you don't feel so sure. what got those? did that asked me just for me by me a shout.
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get them from the ups really rational when you have a lot of the chain, the bullet with what i mean. yeah. so suddenly customer does a, it was the me just, i'm it, i got it. i don't fortunate this man lives for his work. he's a philosopher of military nutrition. botto before the thumbs up on them. some of them. yeah. both dealing with team spirit here is impressive. with the model for the this is the russian army with the phone, guess what? i'm, what is the, what i shot. so what do you, on what the level will, is the system at the age of consent was just rocky pittman with sign it my number, your number, if so, but on the boat out, so, but always look, we chat about not
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ah ah, 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, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very critical time time to sit down and talk who is the aggressor today? i'm authorizing the additional strong sanctions. today. russia is the country with the most sanctions imposed against it. and number those constantly growing up in
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the 2nd world war. i think 2 millions of people during the conflict, the balance of power was held by as the leaders of 3 nations, the united kingdom, the united states and the u. s. s r. b died when they go to the main tried cruise the creek op as not because hitler was weak and new healing weight. and he was bluffing. he
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was the major political figure, certainly one of the most prominent political leaders of the 20th century where they wish to report the germans of 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. the redrawing of european borders had begun britain and the united states, and then just really planned to attack the ussr of britain to survive. russia had to be sacrificed these s dot, which be likened to divest mr. boy from us as the lot of film record dog capital mitchum alice. hello, no. why not? the cold war begun? a
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a concrete valid can do that because it's going to support from valcall guard problem. truth boyish with a with ah, 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 of very dramatic development. only. mostly i'm going to resist, i don't see how that strategy will be successful,
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very difficult time to sit down talk when i looked showed the wrong one. i just don't know. i mean, you have to figure out this thing because they have to get an engagement. it was betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look so common ground. ah, no one. no, sir, no, not a joke. no, no. what though more real than what they should end up unit 73. 1 was a unique organization in the history of the world. what they were trying to do was
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to simply do nothing short and build the most powerful and most deadly biological weapons program that the world had ever known. a real good, you know, to production issue or sure, doug, did that. they're not good killed when you saw new rochelle, he on more more general manager thought is meant union from all one of i've been there and i've got the owner myself. i got your name. i wonderful. i wish to know about joy. oh new. i know you didn't oh gosh, more pushed in jail. it's i had to put on with her mother and all your body build you do come out nice. oh boy. good to go on what the on this the
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wow she my and new other all i can send more a year. you're not, i'm all for them out. thank you. bye. with the 2nd world war i think 2 millions of people. war during the conflict. the on some power was held by the leaders of 3 nations, the united kingdom, the united states, and the ussr.
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march the 31st 1945, a british royal air force plane lands in crimea with a very important passenger, the british prime minister's wife, clementine churchill. boop our daughter cattle a year bill clipper dish and she assures me you see you believe as clinical the physician? yes. yes. panella. she deceptive. mm. are they closed the stove? secret services historian explains why that unusual visit took place a double at washing luggage narration inertia oci. uh, you know, there does competitive pushing up on union, thus, obviously things jeremiah, unless of the allow form for michelle for your school, for you to ask you, did you re joel, if before verbal got out of the situation? clementine churchill became the 1st financial donor. mm. the fund eventually raised
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a total of more than $9000000.00 pounds. sterling for to show up center with national and i buy giovanni miller be not us conversion to it. you should you push the button. you have got you could've been cute of talk manager. i'm bringing my to her thrust to jack or a butcher got up when you might be fewer still, so i missed you for you. she shared really competitive with her was moralist. your boss unit was coming here. mater clementine. chill chill undertook a 40 to day 2 of russian cities. ah, she brought medical equipment for red army soldiers. ah, she made chocolate factory workers and brought gifts to schools and children's
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homes. ah! and in his unique footage, she needs pioneers at the famous tank children's camp. ah, she more might have come by beauty and the bill of b to started got out of doors, because i realize i should. the form is katara bullock asthma, 1st, cafe hulu. the soviet government awarded clementine churchill, the order of the red banner of labor and the gold badge for excellence in sanitary defense. may the 9th 1945, the british prime ministers. why celebrated victory day in moscow, you have to my a dose to politically mutually cheer chip or either of you have our brush here. it's a spray of some sort of not although i don't from up with you want out of my mouth . and now what, bless previous camaro the ah lean
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while husband winston churchill, was planning a new opperation unsinkable britain and the united states eventually planned to use 12 remaining german divisions to attack the ussr on july, the 1st 1945 no matter mile in wichita, each school or a foot or you've been yet to what the key, what schwarzenegger would be dakota suddenly stood on the blue be merged him on the pro rated. so if you say it to her that you're gonna go get fluids. blood by need brought you as i stood on the blue, winston churchill british prime minister, army reservist journalist, writer artist and nobel laureate, and richard, john churchill. his father was a descendant to the duke of mowbray. his mother was the daughter of a prominent american financier, churchill,
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graduated from the royal military college, but never received a higher education. he was a bit of a trouble maker. he did not go to university. he did not want to. i think he cause some trouble at school, but it was a very good school harrow, a former british diplomat also william melanson is well acquainted with winston churchill, his biography, the greatest britain ever. according to a b b. c poll, he started the military career, actually in cuba, he was actually fighting for spain against the rebels in cuba. and then he was in india. he then went of saddam was even at the battle of armed or man. and he saw serious military action. he was in the boer war fighting, and he was actually imprisoned and escaped. more than that, he also enlisted during the great war, what we call the 1st world war churchill. i was also
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a romantic figure. he wanted to be a great war leader, large shoes or largess, are famous forebear, the duke of marlborough, pul craig roberts, is a former assistant treasury secretary for economic policy in his writing. he analyzes the factors that lead to world war 2. churchill had gone into the war seeking power. was avenue the true? the prime minister shook. mm. yoseph is ariana bitch starlin, a rich all named joe gut. feeling the son of a shoemaker and a peasant woman. he had ruled the country since 1922. if you look objectively at the achievements of the soviet union during stollins period, you would have to say that they were tremendous. social welfare benefits were
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that is russian danger is therefore our danger and the danger of the united states . 2 days later, u. s. president roosevelt also gives a speech supporting the u. s. s. on the deborah other political forces in the united states. every turn makes his speech in december of 41, and the senate is as if the russians are where they wish that affords 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 stolen of japan's intention to attack the soviet union. but soviet intelligence report, state the via tag is still in doubt. com. it's imperative that the u. s. makes it clear to japan that if they attack,
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the soviet union will have support but the british and american authorities will not support the ussr. the u. s. military assurance, roosevelt that germany quickly conquer rachelle and the way to the church. you recall that 4 out of 5 war to mom and experts at no doubt that russia would be no town in a few days. ah, meanwhile, the red army is withstanding a serious blow. the russians of the 1st serious adversary da store says you say you was born, you got 2 or 4 year old. can you put up with
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a face? you say you got to worship roygenia, but here's the shore e, cause i'm each scare. you saw a young push visiting and the were approached earlier from sort of federal and whatnot. shortages of tele ross more nor switch because it in yeah, you could have dog were melissa had promotions to cover them. choice by some didn't hear sort of good. i'm glad i realized that i'm sure i even all year are you? sure. so i bought the liberal mark leah when you pray that i talked to him, grabbed all, but i could also go to france. the allies realize that the soviets will find hitler to the last and only then. october 1941. his lend lease extended to the ussr. but the majority of supplies, about 80 percent still go to britain. change to perform your fish less. no pluck their story for pollution of book is wrong. be sure you could keep that up. live blood, the good, you know, to se, ask you so you betcha. okay. faith was through us. yeah. hope i wish to fill out
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a story, but alas, this is mila ball. it will officially not the word push home a bit of a not sure of the go to the novel on the local parish. boy, 1st you are miracles. cra, december the 7th. 1941. japan's force is a tank pearl harbor. the main u. s. military base and the pacific america is forced to join the war. it's vast industrial base which had been used for the manufacturing civilian tech. ology 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 citing
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difficulties with true deployment. roosevelt promise is that the u. s. army will land in france in 1942 lay to us, judge hilton fall installing that the operation will not go ahead. churchill flies to moscow. a new situation on the soviet frontline is dion. the nazis are advancing to the coupon and north caucuses under approaching stalingrad started sun sr. lieutenant jago gush really is in captivity and i'm nazi concentration camp. but it don't skip him yet, but he a whole must cool now which and to roll and options for jewish california. here i live fork to just catch up shellfish, churchill,
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in which in hall and my id he of course are pretty more venial. i'm gonna chum mcgraw tool sister dumpster your show or did you purchase that orange? kirk we're starting to live door after after was so swine showing you pollution. ah chung 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. ah, if only i could die with star and once a week, there would be no trouble at. ah! november 1943 cheiron, the iranian capital. all 3 countries have embassies, hair is the 1st big meeting of the big 3.
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stolen muster will not dash to bar judy and said provide your story, touch cricketer, i me to the graph. nauseous. so muscular was to work with my me of a says can government's call frontier does what i choice. not close. setting up so much, double ma surgery? no, no, no problem. no crania comes to read your grammar. more would be the 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. britton's prime minister doesn't approve of the stock in roosevelt reproach meant is further complicated by the fact that churchill was not only a colonialist, but an outspoken, racist which deeply offended especially the american leaders,
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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. mm hm. his attitude towards indians in general, was extremely racist and derogatory his colleague in the cabinet, lord emory, i recorded him as saying indians, a beastly people with the beast, me. religion. ah, 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,
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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 reserves in europe, in case a 2nd front was opened in the war in europe when he was told people are dying and 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? i chills 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
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a great catastrophe unfolding and been gall. a church of the decision was so be it. ah, the 1st meeting rent actually changes roosevelt's attitude to style it. it's a pleasure working with him. there's nothing devious. the outlines the subject he wants disgust. and he sticks to it. roosevelt warms up the stolid. 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 than 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
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a concentration camp in exchange with general field marshal feed, rick palace captured near stalingrad the kremlin mazda answered, i don't trade soldiers promotionals the allies knew about it. roosevelt was notorious of being very complimentary toward stalin and russia general in its 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 chung chal, data, he said,
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cold between the great russian bear on one side of the american buffalo on the other there was, i know poor little english donkey. ah the key issue of the terran conference, the opening of a 2nd front froze again. we have too many things to do at home to waste our time here, said starlin. he was going to leave the conference. after that, the allies promised to open the 2nd front. no later than inmate 944. a constructive dialogue began with aaron's future and europe's post wall architecture. what disgust? mm. roosevelt proposed to divide germany into 5 small states. churchill agreed, but started and insisted on preserving germany's unity to durham. if the book b huddle shows him a flesh renews. you are still chris, up about shred troy,
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can you carbonella muscle could draw from me? you construct you in the cochran mumble of to get our new ah ah ah ah oh no, no, when i was sure seemed wrong when all 3, just don't hold me you world, you have to safe out disdain. because the african and engagement equals the trail went so many find themselves well, the part we choose to look for common ground.
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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 abrasion about grouchy own was an even greater disaster. they had to live in the family styling ground. they took the red army, 5 weeks to advance,
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720 kilometers to warsaw. nearly 20 german divisions were destroyed completely. another 50 suffered great losses. throughout 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 old cha february 1945 with the last meeting of the big 3. at 1st, the allies suggested meeting in scotland, but style in laughed at all, saying he disliked men in skirts and dampness. in fact, the soviet nita wanted the allies to see the devastated territories of the ussr with their own eyes who,
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awe sympathizing with roosevelt stolen, put the grandest devante a imperial palace at his disposal. roosevelt had trouble getting about to the main sessions were held there. the soviet delegation was housed in the u soup of palace, the british and the baron. so palace the palace is set miraculously survived, and had been fixed up for the allies meeting, yell to speech from mitchell, i saw us garza published before frost. not. i mean, the chesapeake monster friendship, but his look callous sudden actually and say years nika, how you think you, tim, for some boston, my really push pushes. diane, you mashhad, i have sort death or gordon up until are usually shop. can you're welcome class. another meal stripped a short earlier for a couple were to fail to mr. cranford berlin plus about a month now. where did her and bukosa last year, a little,
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much double your to bill have credit through the ship and you come to us is shirley springer. sabrina zachary, people from zachary, there's a should on yeah. below listening to the girl, michelle thorsten, she's the one that he missed to push that cruncher and you're wearing the rotor success to pour it or not. he fornia. ah, roosevelt had a strong interest in the u. s. hassan, moving against japan and start and needed to secure the ussr east and borders. get back south jacqueline and the cool 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 style and needed friendly poland. and he insisted on a free election. roosevelt by stalin and churchill had to concede, but bar girlish story shrugged idol 12 should match victoria good money. but from all as to from, from
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a buffering for should the bull adams come tusky product learn more to ship a slower in the portrait? my boyfriend laughed as de la with some recall a dog scuttle. and mitchum alice. hello. no, i know. 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 people far enough grew more premier. mr. to pretend it. sure, sure it was a little of their own looks like you can reach nick a deal or not, but you're so spoiled by my ship. but she did no further for a new world. prefect martin barocha drew bye good. but you are still pulling over crews. k whitening started mischief chisher to their party, a crew of letters of switching his former. what? decoy. what wagner mitchell already and you alter. there were divisions among
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the allies. the sauces he is in the juvenile heiner home, one brock did see a team. georgia. i'm so glad i'm tickled. risten was, well, anti soviet is, was the englander, the america whitened as of it down though? fear trodden to these. all right. that's enough. dim creek, a lighter ashburn meters over to her. and a month later, in march 1945, the allies ended secret negotiations with germany. with the surrender of the german troops in northern italy, java, or the smithy colon truly on darkish date. take your name and it would al bob kelly. the vest may stir for lets damn it. now for end of the screen here, please don't kick in who was as of italian. i'll either the pin middle of it, or not long, i'll
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e it over and that i sent him it in front of our phone. politician visits formed is a for art from morales existing is from to gone. mister franklin, in a letter to president roosevelt style indirectly accused the allies of making a separate deal with germany. already terminally hill, roosevelt roads. you've been misinformed, started replied. our informants are modest and honest people. yeah, and yeah, my go paula. she's cuz she's my mental persuasion, but she knew in the middle, her book resumes a book. ah, on april the 12th 1945, roosevelt died and harry truman became the new
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u. s. president. we've got this little man without vision 1000 to make the crucial decision as it was monumental 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 unit natural surrender in the west with the allies and withdrew his divisions. withers over to him. and i surely appear to sort of be out of order. cheer should have they of because to get our north star, but rather i bought that blood was morally way the brought your so yes, go say you owe belsky why you little bit enough spoke or what a shot russian it walkers. i name is tanya. that's why this why you have to rush, you least shanisha there, that up so you with them busy,
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ma'am. new was more of them. b sir. jimmy manuel bonnet. having received the information stolen, ordered marshal shook off to turn the army westwards. the allies understood a surprise attack wouldn't work out, then charter beckon clicking the dodging. thanks government and sorted out more vizier tut. the who. deutschland and annoyed the buffalo chatham. if he has a chava toyota, my story. in northland on it too. but some of our veterans conte starting in for october east and i see so astound bus mafia dock on charges are. yeah, that be neat nifty for me at damaging the inform you these as dupage b. like and dish. diverse mr. blue. the double play continued. germany
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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, but 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 in berlin and not unilaterally that 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 2nd unconditional surrender was signed in abundance of, of, of cows horst, the german signatories were senior military officials,
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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'm here for the chair leash, if you needed a bunch rhetoric, you concura video. title middle ramo goodbye. had 3 competitive phil was me, nina, but a trump artichoke go as many elf block facia to go vote of crooked rashly. robots, diamond, chill, chill lost the general election in great britain. during the potsdam conference in july, churchill is 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 as busy as think about as leadership . churchill negotiated in potsdam for 9 days. the conference was concluded by new british prime minister clement at de la boardman was just sitting in the stuff of school he had thrown one shorter of comfortable mess. throwing says come sher, utah, w, give him
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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 wall. 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. rose that was convinced that he, he, that the americans in the soviets would remain friends and allies in the postwar period. mm hm. in potsdam, truman got a message. it's a little boy about the atomic bomb. when you tell it's done and about it, the soviet ledia showed little interest. uncle joe didn't understand truman thought it started already knew everything. the issues raised and he also, i lay down in potsdam and above all,
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europe's post wall architecture. germany was to pay reparations be deprived to part of its territories. koenigsberg and its surrounding areas could be seated to the ussr. we say using the gift with my memphis sure. she doesn't deserve, usually assess. course. i also replied, you pull my sheer branyon, i'm done. you must look for a none of the new ostrich, mush nice from oracle, no linea m scrub. the relish of shit, cheer patrol at each cut on her horse fellowship. are you led? pushed the wine leah. should the norse let a japanese read as the most of the idea that the soviet buy from is that the civil war proven undisturbed. this solid assurance that the russians are coming in on schedule, filling rights in his diary, his salary will be in the jap war by august, 50 vinnie jeff fanatic, her full 30. it's obligations to the allies in august 1945. the red army conducts the lightning fast,
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20 day operation against the 1.5 millions strong quantum army ah, 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 village. we should act as if there is no yalta agreement just a year later on march the 5th. 1946. jo. she'll night. his famous fulton's speech. ah again
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soon mm ah, 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 often very dramatic. that development only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very difficult. i'm time to sit down and talk with industry historic and just look up from when i'm literally
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which non garza and the purpose gram should is to die. ah, and then i know says control new. oh, i gotta go to sonya. i was in the north stella schuster named fred, him up for conflict honest. here i put a phone or walker this showing me it's ah, this medical unit has been sent up in a maintenance building. it's protected from shelling or forward from new york on the overall onion of when you spoke to the team works 10 minutes drive from the front line. it's quiet now, but sometimes shells fly in excitement to them and then you raise redistributed to it in your business
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it means they aren't tired. and also that all at the front line, a safe and sound. a sure more hook all across from that to scores. roll a little for one called a motor. nobody remains open. there is no other book when she cuts it is but i least ceremony. do they love the hutch? miss luna, kaiser and full machine guns? from the cylinder, the farmer shuts them. civilians get hurt. the ukrainian armed forces, him shell de village to make that presence felt that parameter shinning around on the ceiling and the such for burning him up under children with with,
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the 300 means wounded this low. well, she isn't going to finance the breakfast or say for group, but somebody nearly snowballs or in the doors to live or come with the whole much. there's a gift. awesome. he has a lot of design necessary other than yours. so what are you not as thorough as an official feel? good. so i got a little bit on the under military regulations. the names of personnel on made public says everyone here is anonymous with the doctor's faces. are allowed to be shown to see that people are saved by ordinary folk, just like themselves, with the markets. a good sign to it means normal
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it's time and energy consuming. they require future state support payments for processes and rehabilitation. the ukrainian military uses cost bombs in huge amounts. it's beneficial in terms of military economy with, with who did you know that is more oh or
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the medical unit admits wounded from the front line there stabilized and sent on to hospital. this is an evacuation in progress. the vehicles are deliberately left unwashed. it's natural camouflage. ah ah, 3 helicopters, a troop transports up the k a 52 is for tactical support.
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the chosen one, was to go to the upstairs with the 2nd world war. thank 2 millions of people. during the conflict, the balance of power was held by the leaders of 3 nations. the united kingdom, the united states and the ussr that die in one day, the dead man tried christa peak top as not only because hitler was weak and knew he would wait. and he was bluffing. he was the major political figure. certainly one of the most prominent political leaders of the 20th century when he wished to report the germans of the germans when we support the russians. and that way,
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let them destroy each other. there was that kind of sentiment in the west at this time. the redrawing of european borders had begun. britain and the united states, and then just really planned to attack the ussr of britain to survive. russia had to be sacrificed. he is as doctor, should be likened to divest mr. boy from us as a lot of some ricardo scuttle and mitchum alice. hello. no. where enough the cold war had begun. a washer for one live cable. so. so the group in maintenance company in seattle cuz i need some sharing
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i'm up or put them out that they give us the total with the 2nd world war i think, to millions of people or during the conflict the on so power was held by the leaders of 3 nations. the united kingdom, the united states, and the ussr march the 31st 1945, a british royal air force plane lands in crimea with a very important passenger, the british prime minister's wife, clementine churchill. boop,
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our daughter cathedral ye mil to perdition. she shims me. you see you blame was quick with us this year. yes. panella. she deceptive. mm. are they flow? best of secret services historian explains why that unusual visit took place at abortion luggage, narration inertia or she a few there does come, but he's pushing up idea enough. askew things, jeremiah on us of the allow form for misha, famous for you to ask, you know, did you read that? if bitterly verbal got out of the situation? clementine churchill became the 1st financial donor. mm. the fund eventually raised a total of more than $9000000.00 pounds. sterling. but awesome alternative with national. nobody miller be not as conventional way to succeed. you best buy than you have got. you could've been cute of talk manager. i'm bringing my to her rustic . her jack or a butcher got up when you might have,
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if you wish to say we ask you for usually she shared with the company time with her was morris to put a boss unit wife company here. mater clementine, chill, chill undertook a 42 day tour of russian cities. ah, she brought medical equipment for red army soldiers. ah, she met chocolate factory workers and brought gifts to schools and children's homes. ah. and he needs unique footage. she needs pioneers at the famous tank childrens cam. ah, she more my have come by beauty and the bill of being to started. got daughter,
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daughter, look at the realization to form is katara. bullock of my 1st call failed hulu . the soviet government awarded. clementine churchill, the order of the red banner of labor and the gold badge for excellence in sanitary defense. may the 9th 1945, the british prime minister, his wife celebrated victory day in moscow. do you at all my a dose to plan to meet you? cherish your poor either. would you have our brush here? it's a spray of surf that order to flip a b 2 if you want out of my mouth. and now what black friday, if camaro the ah, lean while husband winston churchill, was planning a new opperation, unsinkable britain and the united states eventually planned to use 12 remaining german divisions to attack the ussr on july,
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the 1st 1945 no matter my loan, which levied school or a foot or nip on yet what the key, what sworn there could be. the crocodile suddenly stood on the blue be merged him or the pro rated. so if you say, he told her that you have come to get through rich blood by name brought you from at least running. mm. winston churchill, british prime minister, army reservist journalist, writer artist and nobel laureate, and richard, john churchill. his father was a descendant to the duke of mowbray. his mother was the daughter of a prominent american financier, churchill, graduated from the royal military college, but never received a higher education. he was a bit of a trouble maker. he did not go to university. he did not want to, i think he cause some trouble at school, but it was a very good school harrow,
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a former british diplomat also william melanson is well acquainted with winston churchill, his biography, the greatest britain ever. according to a b. b. c polled. he started a military career, actually in cuba, he was actually fighting for spain against the rebels in cuba. and then he was in india. he then went of sudan, was even at the back of om dorman. and he saw serious military action. he was in the boer war fighting, and he was actually imprisoned and escaped. more than that, he also enlisted during the great war, what we call a 1st world war, churchill. i was also a romantic figure. he wanted to be a great war leader, large shoes or larges, are famous forebear, the duke of marlborough. paul craig roberts is
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a former assistant treasury secretary for economic policy. in his writing. he analyzes the factors that led to world war 2. churchill had gone into the war seeking power. was avenue the true, the prime minister ship? mm. yoseph is ariana bitch starlin. a rich well named joe gut feeling a son of a shoemaker and a peasant woman. he had ruled the country since 1922. if you look objectively at the achievements of the soviet union journey stollins period, you would have to say that they were tremendous. social welfare benefits were provided to the soviet population of medical care education, living standards, blue professor grove, a 3rd, ph. d, at volunteer state university in new jersey,
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is well known for his work on soviet history and politics. he was a major political figure, certainly one of the most prominent political leaders of the 20th century. but at 1st the allies treat uncle joe as style and is referred to in the west with arrogance. the soviet leda was from a low social background and had been through prisons and exile. stalin rose from the lowest of the ranks. he in fact named himself, stalin, which means man of steel. scott bennett, the counter terrorism specialist and former u. s. army analyst. as well versed in the complex history of u. s. soviet cooperation. and the 2nd world war years you have stolen rise up and quite an effective leadership role under, under war 2 and counteracting the german advances. franklin delano
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roosevelt. the 32nd you as president, led the country from 1933 to 1945. franklin roosevelt came from an extraordinarily wealthy family of very high elite socialite family, dating back to the 1600s. the roosevelt family. the delano family were old money that had built their fortunes in merchant ah, ship building other trades. roosevelt was a pragmatist. and when it suited american interests was prepared to cooperate with the soviet union, it was under his rule that you eso via diplomatic relations were established in 1933. franklin delano roosevelt is recognized by many in the american historical and academic and political ranks. is one of the greatest for term
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presidents in history, the only president to ever, sir. 4 terms, in fact, for his work in resuscitating the united states after an economic depression that occurred after the fall of the stock market in the 1920s. the big 3 is how the allied 2nd world war leaders were known. they had different personalities, were from very different backgrounds and had opposing views, each defended their own peoples and ruling class, his interests that miss die indigo. she that the men chide krista, thank up. as ne ah, in his books and on lot. so who has a ph. d in history? so really analyzes the events of world war 2. as why i'll ask my leaving the ship to the main checked dash i enjoy has been place in creek thing dodge fund to the start menu dunbar endangered for she that
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a desire shaft employee to show off. no one hash hash molly guy as rom? no. yes, she thought jordan is up heiner chapter ah, officially world war 2 began when german troops, the tank, poland on september the 1st 1939 with shaping the world started long before that. 900. 38. austrian angeles. the invasion of czechoslovakia and its partition by germany, poland, and hungary, czechoslovakia his allies, great britain and france,
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are accused of betraying it for the sake of peace with nazi germany. poland and hungary took part in the partition of czechoslovakia. some in europe fell to poland, had enthusiastically taken part in the roguery and destruction of the check. a slovak state u. s. president roosevelt had no objection to either the austrian angeles or the partition of czechoslovakia. the united states had no desire to interfere in europe's conflict. the world was sliding into a major war, but churchill and stolen was the only the amal editions. his seem to know it to his truth preserve, i guarantee you to would drop off su 4 work. if don't justly put your boss you, for your ski horse contractual, like you know, for sure because she cheer west coach unifor you. judy, daughter, jim. so my washington reads off way. wore your but if you school so years ago, delish woodruff. alba boom. just to what i still good about bulletin, butch flowing diesel fuel blast the soviet ortho was in a thanked,
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ignored events, took their courses. if soviet russia didn't exist for that heavy price would soon be paid. in munich, britain and germany signed a mutual non aggression pact that was the culmination of the policy to appease hitler. i have brought you peace. prime minister chamberlain proudly tell the british people on his return from munich judge hills reply. we have sustained a total, an unmitigated defeat. those are the features which marked an improvident stewardship for which great britain and france how dearly to pay churchill
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beak realised on. and he was alone in the british leadership that this policy of what's called appeasement. you know, encouraging hitler. ah, had been a big mistake. ah. ah ah, you are a question of him when you thought it all and i believe, i mean you really above she was a little boy. boy, if you'll be with us all this in like a, do you live muscles? if you look on the initial be one of club, not significant dealer post on zillow, while it museums can use to put value a new with who did origin. but he also, the, was the done, the thought it was a brain fart here. mostly i didn't have that much of the country that i've only
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been just about a year. but i see the senior boss who's the little gear medation says this law tutorial, dumbbell sub knew it was clear to chad, chill redrawing of european borders had begun. wall was inevitable. but as he wasn't a cabinet minister, he couldn't change anything much later. churchill. right. those were the he is my desolate solitude. the situation in munich was also noticed in the united states. some often said that hitler must have food change, lynn at gunpoint, france and england have concluded a shameful piece. 1939,
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the soviet union had a proposal for the western countries to form an anti found his block to counter hitler's intentions. this has been trying to rally the west, make a stand with them against fascism. they opposed munich. they oppose allowing hitler in to czechoslovakia, but nobody would do that. so wasn't just in 1039. when the soviet proposed in elias . but britain and france against hitler. it had been actually throughout the late last half of the 19 thirty's from peter couldn't acre russia. and professor of history at the american university in washington dc analyze is the balance of power that developed in pre war europe kind of stop hitler. we could have prevent a world foretell because hitler was weak and knew he would wait. and he was bluffing. and assuming that the west was back in his band, up to him at the west,
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was hoping in many oil elements in the west. we're hoping that he was just going to go east. so in the thirty's, the soviets are the ones who are most strongly opposed to the nazis. negotiations between the ussr, britain and france to establish an anti fascist blog, reached an impasse because secret british german negotiations were taking place at the same time in return for guaranteeing the integrity of the british empire. britain offered hitler freedom of action in the east of britain to survive. russia had to be sacrificed. churchill of jenks. if for instance, mister chamberlain, on receipt of the russian offer had replied yes, let us 3 band together and break hitler's neck. history might have gone a different way. ah,
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it was clear to stolen that the western powers were a during his proposals and could no longer be relied upon. and by 1939, almost all of europe had already signed agreements with hitler. 1933 germany, france, britain and italy conclude the full power packed 1934. the bill suit ski hit to a pack between poland and germany. assign. 1935. the naval agreement between britain and germany is concluded. 1938 britain, france and italy agree to divide czechoslovakia between germany, poland, and hungary. 1939 non aggression treaties assigned between germany, latvia,
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and estonia. august the 22nd 1939. moscow. mm. the soviet commerce of a foreign affairs, molig of, and german foreign minister reba trop sign or non aggression pact. the pac made it impossible for nazi germany to form alliances with other states to dissolve it on his show for him. then dashed chambray, and on that day should these refresh restoration masons or to them he knew of action. england on franklin dusk had been magento, did tuition england. firenbrown dodge went to my father italian. our omitted the united states continued its policy of appeasing imperial japan. the americans held on to the hope that japan would re focus his attention on the ussr. the soviet union did not want to be caught fighting a 2 front war war with japan and the east, and also a war of germany in the west. and they knew that the germans were gonna attack
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sooner or later. also, when the british and french refused to form an alliance against germany were to study the polish government also refused. on january the 26th, 1934, poland became the 1st european country to conclude unknown aggression treaty with germany. the pill such k, hitler packed along with germany, poland plan to attack the ussr. poland must not remain idle at this historic moment. the main goal is to weaken and crush russia, but on september the 1st 1939, poland was attacked by germany who
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shoot you for should got good reviews from last week. our current dwaa is for the new prostate up of the news beef. if we're the mana, are upset with us before, for shipped off with story. home bullock, recruit the crew birth 3, and you would, if you were to move, we've gone to your wealthy territory. as the crushed polish government flees to england, poland ceases to exist as a state in german occupy poland. the most hideous form of terrorism prevails. more than 15000 intellectual leaders are shot 300 in one place . at another, a group of drunken german offices are said to have shot 70 hostages. $130.00 thanks, 12 or 13 year old boys, a butcher. and just 3 weeks later, stone incense, his army into poland,
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which is lost. sovereignty england and france sympathized with the introduction of soviet truth full. it was vital for the soviet union to push the german army as far west as possible to buy time and gather forces from all corners of its colossal empire. the molotov revenue truck packed ended up being a crucial factor and a soviet and ultimately an allied victory. if they hadn't had that extra 2 or 300 kilometers to travel, they might better well have occupied moscow. likewise, it's quite possible that, that it saved leningrad goes. the german armies were very close to lemons grad as well. hitler had already declared that he was gonna kill all the inhabitants of leningrad and destroy the city and give it to finland. the finish leader marshall mannheim was a 100 percent in favor of that. meanwhile,
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honoring his promise to the american people not to get involved in the war, roosevelt passes the neutrality act. during this period, leila is clearly shown as hostility. to was the soviet union by the spring of 1940 all relations between the 2 countries of frozen the americans remain neutral, which rose about later regretted because he understood this was the time to stop the nazis and the said, the fascist forces. them lay the 10th 1914 german troops invade france, and in just amongst hitler enters paris, most of the country is occupied and the french army is no more or less sales course i use up by junior france, a boa colon capital l. so from outside of my chola, but in cpr, isn't that you nor your yet prestige scripts?
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don't often in his work, alter that historical sciences, alexey is i of the sense is the events of world war 2. the less course i use or if the bush tomorrow i'm glare mimi linda showed war for poor shane. you bruce bustled, mesh, chair crossed now tommie, eskew saves conyers nice show. so that it's and you have to reward the pretty ma store was more than pretty social to regenerate. we're sure plethora guilt. ah, with these appeasement policy in taxes, prime minister chamberlain is forced to attend to his resignation. on may the 10th 1940 the day germany invades france. winston churchill becomes the new british prime minister. i have nothing to offer but blood toil tiers and sweat. you replace chamberlain because as
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it is well known, chamberlain did not want to war with germany. churchill. it appears was at a very different view. he never wavered from wanting and insisting on war pursuing the war with germany. he didn't trust the germans. he didn't trust hitler. he didn't like hitler august. the 13th 1940. this is miss if it takes some but you cities the next night 80. but he had crop attack the are key
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in written but bombs, london ah, operation blitz. last almost 8 months, many british cities suffer catastrophic destruction. churchill appears everywhere. a tall piles of rubble left by and strikes in factories and hospitals. it gave speeches works on military plans. for his age, churchill is 60 sakes. he himself would have rushed into the battle. but england cannot withstand germany alone. churchill asked roosevelt for help. roosevelt had no affection for churchill, he had no trust of the british and fact saw the british has penetrating much of the
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united states state department intelligence agencies, academic institutions, all to more or less influence the united states and government and academia to being much more in the line with the british atlanta assist agenda ah, the united states, thieves. war is war, but businesses business in return for help and an exchange buffalo will one destroy as the u. s. demands the right to use 8 british military bases in the atlantic. we didn't receive anything from the u. s. that we didn't painful in 1940 alone. 15 pays the united states for and a half $1000000.00 in cash. a huge amount of money at the time. when roosevelt
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dance the u. k. his ability to play, ah, he sends it cruise at the cape town where 50000000 pounds of british gold reserves are stored. in desperation, chance you'll rise to roosevelt in the midst of war, great britain, this place to bankruptcy. roosevelt seized no benefits in britain's defeat. after which the us would run the risk of facing war to double pre, dorman, liam least, a da smart today, august 4th, and believe that sure, what offering you are in a cheerful kid here. must lotion of congress? cher blocker is not a criminal lawyer still cargo, sasha got him don't. we won't display a beggar to flunk to want to shoot for a dome, the little dice parker partial picking from our sh. however, lindley supplies are immediately entangled in financial obligations. dustin, your bully sports on the doors per year with our shirts there will show up. why
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should you store health or mushroom goals? am but it on your e, putting a local ups for your growing youngish chima. ah, what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy confrontation, let it be an arms race is on offense. very dramatic development. only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very difficult time. time to sit down and talk to churchill goal was to preserve the british empire. the united states wanted an open world there,
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which american dollar could penetrate, which american trade would have access everywhere. and to market had to labor had 2 resources around the globe. so they had very different kinds of conflict. the interest with john chill installing of an impending attack on the u. s. s. huh. in the face of great danger, he seeks an alliance with russia star and doesn't reply. he doesn't trust churchill at 4 o'clock this morning,
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a hitler attacked and invaded russia suddenly, with our declaration of war, without even al jamaican, the german bomb rain down from the guy a been the russian in russian danger is therefore our danger and the danger of the united state school 2 days later, u. s. president roosevelt also gives a speech supporting the ussr but there are other political forces in the united states. every 2 makes his speech in december of 41 and the senate is

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