Teheran and its Aftermath
At the Moscow Conference the United States and British representatives were primarily engaged in explaining and defending their own position. In future the United States and Great Britain should make specific requests of the Soviets.
KeywordsGeneva Convention Polish Question Military Mission Labour Camp Soviet Authority
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Notes and References
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