Saving Stalin: Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin, And The Cost Of Allied Victory In Europe
by John Kelly
- World War II, American History , American Presidents
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A dangerous alliance
In the summer of 1941, Harry Hopkins, Franklin Roosevelt's trusted advisor, arrived in Moscow to assess whether the US should send aid to Russia as it had to Britain. And, unofficially, he was there to determine whether Josef Stalin—the man who had starved millions of people to death—was worth saving. Hopkins sensed that saving Stalin was going to be a treacherous business.
In this powerful narrative, author John Kelly chronicles the turbulent wartime relationship between Britain, America, and the Soviet Union with a unique focus on unknown and unexplored aspects of the story. Kelly paints a vivid picture of how the war impacted the relationship between the leaders and war managers among the Allies.
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|Release Date:||October 6, 2020|