Stalin and Franklin D. Roosevelt
Among the foreign state figures whom I was able to observe closely, Franklin Delano Roosevelt left the greatest impression. In our country he deservedly enjoys the reputation of a realistic thinking, farsighted politician. One of the main streets in Yalta has been named after him. President Roosevelt occupies a prominent place in the modern history of the United States and in the chronicle of World War II. I remember him as a charming man, who reacted quickly and had a sense of humor. Even at Yalta, when his worsening health was especially noticeable, everyone present remarked that the president’s intellect remained clear, sharp, and capable of quick reaction.
KeywordsAtomic Bomb Polish Question Soviet Government Manhattan Project Soviet Leader
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