After weeks of failing communication between the great powers and after the world had come dangerously close to
World War III Cold War II, international negotiators reached an agreement on Sunday night after a Summit Meeting on Crimea.
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Stalin should never have been invited there – he sat there while he and his regime were exterminating millions… his political descendants are not likely to do much different it seems :(
If Russia had invaded Turkey from the rear would Greece have helped?