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13,500 words A page of the Churchill Center, in Washington D.C: -- Part 1: The Polish Government; Part 2: Poland and Germany -The Balancing Act; Part 3: Churchill's Case for Liberating What He Could
2,600 words Principles and Compromises: Churchill, Roosevelt and Eastern Europe. -- A presentation by Warren F. Kimball before the International Churchill Societies
1,670 words A companion presentation by Larry P. Arnn at the same forum as that of Kimball above: an apologia on behalf of Churchill and his inaction
1,740 words An 1986 article discussing the options before the Polish nation as the WWII conflict was coming to a close.
2,740 words Available for web purchase. Check out 'The Fate of Poland" link above to get a notion of the nature of the discussion
2,715 words Available for web purchase. Check out 'The Fate of Poland" link above to get a notion of the nature of the discussion
2,325 words A discussion of the way the Yalta accords were/are seen in the US; a response from John Radzilowski to a May 10, 2005 LA Times opinion article (see link above)
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