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  • Chance – WV
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Much was discussed on today’s broadcast. However, one thing mentioned was never elaborated; that being the following content, which I mentioned and have shamelessly borrowed from the LibertyInOurTime – Community YouTube page, and [re]posted here, as YouTube is notorious for ‘relocating’ content found not to be ‘economically viable’, shall we say…

In any case, it’s an excellent post, and a read I highly recommend – not to mention a YT channel I’ve oft mentioned as worthy of subscription. Beneath this content are also the standard links from today’s broadcast.

■ FDR And Stalin Planned The Future Of The World ■
Seventy-five years ago, during the week of February 4-11, 1945, the most important Allied conference during the Second World War was held at Yalta on the Crimean Peninsula in the Soviet Union, between U.S. president, Franklin D. Roosevelt, British prime minister, Winston Churchill, and Soviet leader, Joseph Stalin. Their decisions determined the fate of tens of millions of people around the world, with important residues remaining even today three-quarters of a century later.

FDR and Stalin Planned the Future of the World – The Future of Freedom Foundation

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