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ISBN:
0898756510
Author:
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the USSR
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
University Press of the Pacific (December 29, 2002)
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408 pages
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This volume contains the correspondence exchanged by J. V. Stalin, Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR, with Winston S. Churchill, Prime Minister of Great Britain, and Clement R. Attlee, Prime Minister of Great Britain, during the Great Patriotic War and in the period.

This volume contains the correspondence exchanged by J. Attlee, Prime Minister of Great Britain, during the Great Patriotic War and in the period between victory and the end of 1945. Tendentiously selected parts of this correspondence were published outside the Soviet Union at difference times resulting in a distorted picture of the Soviet attitude during the war years. This publication is to help restore historical truth.

Negotiations were held in Moscow between Joseph Stalin and Britain's Foreign Minister Anthony Eden on December 16-20, 1941 relating to Anglo-Soviet treaties of wartime alliance against Germany and postwar cooperation. The negotiations were broken off due to Britain's refusal to recognise the Soviet western frontier of 1941.

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The main axis of communication was still between Stalin and Churchill, who continued to play . February 1943 began with news of the German surrender at Stalingrad

The main axis of communication was still between Stalin and Churchill, who continued to play the role of chief representative of the Western Allies but now in person, rather than on paper, with his trip to Moscow on 12–16 August 1942  . February 1943 began with news of the German surrender at Stalingrad. The twenty-fifth anniversary of the Red Army, later that month, became the focus of celebrations in both Allied countries, and Roosevelt and Churchill each went out of his way to praise Stalin’s military genius.

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74 years since the end of World War II, the war and its aftermath continue to reverberate in popular memory. Unfortunately, the Cold War led many to forget the unlikely wartime alliance between the USSR and the Western Allies

74 years since the end of World War II, the war and its aftermath continue to reverberate in popular memory. Unfortunately, the Cold War led many to forget the unlikely wartime alliance between the USSR and the Western Allies. Dr. Geoffrey Roberts, a leading British scholar of Soviet history, explains why it’s important to keep its memory alive.

This volume contains the correspondence exchanged by J. V. Stalin, Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the USSR, with Winston S. Churchill, Prime Minister of Great Britain, and Clement R. Attlee, Prime Minister of Great Britain, during the Great Patriotic War and in the period between victory and the end of 1945. Tendentiously selected parts of this correspondence were published outside the Soviet Union at difference times resulting in a distorted picture of the Soviet attitude during the war years. This publication is to help restore historical truth. It contains the full texts of all documents available in the Soviet Union of J. V. Stalin's correspondence with Winston S. Churchill and Clement R. Attlee during the period in question. Certain messages quoted or otherwise mentioned in publications abroad are missing from this book, as their texts have not been found in the Soviet archives. The correspondence between the heads of the Governments published here was conducted chiefly by exchanging code messages through the Soviet Embassy in London and through the Embassy of Great Britain in Moscow. The messages were decoded in the respective language. Some of the messages were delivered by diplomatic post or by authorized representatives of the Power concerned.