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From the Archives of Finest Hour: Churchill and Eastern Europe

Churchill and Eastern Europe, from Finest Hour 84 by Stanley E. Smith.

In July 1945 much of the fate of post-war Eastern Europe was decided at the Potsdam Conference. Though Winston Churchill was unceremoniously put out of office mid-way through the conference, we thought on this 57th anniversary of Potsdam we would reflect on Churchill’s views of Eastern Europe. If you would also like to see Part I of this article, see Finest Hour 83. 

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