WWII Rhetoric among East and West Leaders

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Comrade Stalin, behind his twelve million soldiers in Eastern Europe, was initially firm with his demands as Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill reluctantly agreed to a ?spheres of influence' concept where the West would retain influence over the Western European nations while the Soviet Union controlled the Eastern European countries until elections were held...
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"Roosevelt avoided any showdown with Stalin, in general because he continued to hope that a trustful policy would encourage trust in return." Personal conflicts amongst leaders began to unravel as Stalin and Churchill could not cooperate with each other. Stalin viewed Churchill as a selfish individual who would probably "slip a kopeck out of your pocket" if you did not watch him...
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