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... See Liam Clarke: Broadening The Battlefield: The H-Blocks and the Political Rise of Sinn Fein (Macmillan and Gill, 1989). 38. Up to 1946 it was possible for parties such as the Communist Party to affiliate to the Labour Party in Britain. Herbert Morrison changed this after the Communist Party called for a coalition government under Winston Churchill in the 1945 election and supported candidates other than Labour in rural constituencies (Bornstein and Richardson, 1982; 123-141). Bibliography Barr, G and Chicken, H: Beyond The Religious Divide (Belfast: New Ulster Political Research Group, 1982) Bornstein, S and Richardson, A: Two Steps Back: Communists and the Wider ...
... Stalin demanded assurances in Eastern Europe, Roosevelt was compelled to give them. Very few US Americans knew either about the promises to open a second front or the promised reparations and control over the 'road to Moscow' to prevent future attacks on the Soviet Union. When he gave his infamous 'Iron Curtain' address in Fulton, Missouri, Winston Churchill knew that the Allies had given their full consent to the Soviet occupation. Most US Americans did not. When US forces occupied Korea and installed the fascist Syngman Rhee in the South, Japan had already been defeated. The Koreans and Russians had forced the Japanese out of the North and they had surrendered in the South. Again, ...
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