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Comprehension
3a Write your own brief summary of the reactions of the Soviet press to the Teheran Conference.

Analysis and Interpretation
3b Would you say that this is a positive view of relations between the Allies? Explain why you agree or disagree.
3c Look at the final paragraph. Does this suggest that relations before the Teheran Conference were not always good? Explain your answer.


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Handwritten notes on the cover of a report written by British officials in Moscow in December 1943. The report describes the reactions of the Soviet media to the Teheran Conference between Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill in November 1943

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Handwritten notes on the cover of a report written by British officials in Moscow in December 1943. The report describes the reactions of the Soviet media to the Teheran Conference between Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill in November 1943