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Title:
RG-17.02.03, Pravda, Churchill Fulton speech 2
Date:
1946
ID:
RG-17.02.03
Repository:
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
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Churchill speech in Fulton, US, discourse and reflections in the Soviet communist newspaper Pravda
Cold War
Communist newspaper
Documents in Russian language
Fulton (Missouri, United States)
Fulton Speech of Winston Churchill, published in the Soviet communist newspaper Pravda March 5, 1946
Geo Political situation in Europe in regard to Soviet expansion, outlined by Churchill
Iron Curtain from Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic, Cold War begins, 1945
Moscow (Russia)
Narratives in Russian language
Periodicals, Soviet, postwar
Political publications, Soviet
postwar publication
Pravda (the Truth), periodical, official organ of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
Russian, language
Soviet, stalinist perception and reflections on Churchill speech in Fulton, US, published in Pravda
Soviet Communist periodical Pravda (the Truth) accuses Churchill of slander, the Fulton speech 1946
Soviet communist periodicals, lies and deception, Pravda, periodical
Soviet deception of Churchill speech, falsification and propaganda, Pravda, March 6, 1946
Soviet deception on mass media reception of the Churchill speech, Pravda, March 6, 1946
Soviet demagoguery, falsifications and propaganda, postwar
Soviet denial of their expansion in East and Central Europe, Soviet imperialism, postwar
Soviet discourse of Anglo-American military alliance, Churchill, Fulton Speech, Pravda, March 6 1946
Soviet discourse of Churchill speech, Atlantic Alliance, sanitary cordon against the USSR, Pravda
Soviet influence and control over East and Central Europe, Churchill speech in Fulton, March 5, 1946
Soviet stalinist and communist demagoguery narratives, the USSR, stalinist regime
Soviet stalinist deception and slander as official domestic and foreign politics of the USSR postwar
Soviet Stalinist regime, 1920s -- 1950s
stalinist harsh criticism of Churchill with regard to his Speech in Fulton about Soviet threat
The Truth (Pravda), the main organ of the Communist Party of the USSR
The USSR (1945 -- 1991)
The USSR (1945--1991)
Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, 1874--1965
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