After WWII Britain was afraid that the USSR would find out about its negotiations with Nazi Germany

17.12.2020, Moscow.

After the end of World War II, Britain did not share Adolf Hitler’s archives with the USSR so that Moscow would not learn about London’s contacts with the Nazis. This is evidenced by declassified archival records presented on December 17 in the collection “Foreign Intelligence Service of the Russian Federation. 100 years. Documents and Evidence.”

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Putin speaks about what could have destroyed Soviet people

02.09.2020, Moscow.

A total extermination of the Soviet people could have taken place had the soviet people surrendered their cities without fighting for them, the President of Russia Vladimir Putin said on September 1 at an all-Russian open lesson.

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