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as posted by wecomeinpeace
...guaranteeing Hitler would not have to fight the war on two fronts, and the subsequent betrayal when Germany attacked Russia in the Summer of 1941.
Originally posted by JoeDoaks
The time span leading up to WWII should be full of shockers. More than a few European families will be embarrassed and run for the woods because of this book.
Originally posted by Seekerof
Stalin felt betrayed by Hitler? I have serious reservations that he may have claimed he felt such, or that some historians have felt such, but when Stalin was made aware of Hitler's intentions to invade 'mother' Russia, numerous times, and he did not heed those warnings, "betrayal" seems to be an inappropriate term.
Originally posted by soficrow
Agreed. ...My beef with focusing on the man is that tyrants like this do NOT bring themselves to power. They have help and BIG money behind them.