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Over time, it is possible to completely rewrite history and interchange the roles of the actors. This important event, extensively studied by many historians, was completely falsified, after 70 years of propaganda by the Atlantic Alliance.

The title of this article is intended to be ironic because of course the Red Army did play the predominant role in destroying Nazi Germany during World War II. You would not know it, however, reading the western Mainstream Media MSM , or watching television, or going to the cinema in the west where the Soviet role in the war has almost entirely disappeared. Just watch for the key words and read between the lines. Hitler and Stalin each had a foot in the same boot. If ever Pot called Kettle black, this has to be it.

Not that facts ever bother skilled propagandists, but still, perhaps, the average citizen in the West may yet have an interest in them. Consider just a few of the facts that the West likes to forget. Maksim M. Litvinov was the first European statesman to conceive of a grand alliance against Nazi Germany, based on the World War I coalition against Wilhelmine Germany.

Soviet would-be allies, France, Britain, the United States, Romania, Yugoslavia, even fascist Italy, all fell away, one after the other, during the mids. Even Poland, Litvinov hoped, could be attracted to collective security. Litvinov reminds me of Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov in his thankless dealings with the Russophobic West. When things were going badly, Litvinov appears occasionally to have sought consolation in Greek mythology and the story of Sisyphus, the Greek king, doomed by Zeus to push forever a large rock to the top of a mountain, only to see it fall back down each time.

Like Sisyphus, Litvinov was condemned to pointless efforts and endless frustration. So too, it seems, is Lavrov. Litvinov did, and never could stick it on the mountaintop. Dominated by conservative elites, often sympathetic to fascism, the French and British governments looked for ways to get on with Nazi Germany, rather than to go all out to prepare their defences against it.

In it sided with Nazi Germany against Czechoslovakia and participated in the carve-up of that country sanctioned by the Munich accords on 30 September Poland was thus a Nazi collaborator and an aggressor state in before it became a victim of aggression in Stalin, who was no Albert Camus, and not happy about being repeatedly spurned by the West, gave Litvinov one last chance to obtain an alliance with France and Britain.

This was in April The craven French, rotted by fascist sympathies, had forgotten how to identify and protect their national interests, while the British stalled Litvinov, sneering at him behind his back. Enough, thought Stalin, and he sacked Litvinov and brought in the tougher Vyacheslav M. Still, for a few more months, Molotov tried to stick the rock on the mountaintop, and still it fell back again.

In May Molotov even offered support to Poland, quickly rejected by Warsaw. Had the Poles lost their senses; did they ever have any? When British and French delegations arrived in Moscow in August to discuss an anti-Nazi alliance, you might think they would have been serious about getting down to business. War was expected to break out at any time.

The delegations did too. It took them five days to get to Russia in an old, chartered merchantman, making a top speed of 13 knots. For Stalin, that must have been the camel breaking straw. The Nazi-Soviet non-aggression pact was signed on 23 August The failure of the negotiations with the British and French led to the non-aggression pact, rather than the other way around.

Good old Perfidious Albion acted duplicitously to the very end. During the summer of British government officials still negotiated for a deal with German counterparts, as if no one in Moscow would notice. And that was not all, the British prime minister, Neville Chamberlain, boasted privately to one of his sisters about how he would fool Moscow and get around the Soviet insistence on a genuine war-fighting alliance against Nazi Germany.

So who betrayed who? Historians may debate whether Stalin made the right decision or not in concluding the non-aggression pact.

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Over time, it is possible to completely rewrite history and interchange the roles of the actors. This important event, extensively studied by many historians, was completely falsified, after 70 years of propaganda by the Atlantic Alliance. The title of this article is intended to be ironic because of course the Red Army did play the predominant role in destroying Nazi Germany during World War II. You would not know it, however, reading the western Mainstream Media MSM , or watching television, or going to the cinema in the west where the Soviet role in the war has almost entirely disappeared.

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