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Comprehension
4a According to the Foreign Secretary, what did the USSR want to do with Poland?
4b Why was it important to try and get an agreement between Poland and the USSR?
4c Was the Foreign Secretary confident that the USSR would stick to any agreements it signed?


Analysis and Interpretation
4d Make a list of all the evidence in this source which suggests that relations between the USSR and Britain and the USA were poor.
4e What evidence is there that relations were good?


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Extracts from the minutes of meetings of the British Cabinet on the question of the future of Poland. The minutes refer to meetings in January 1944

Extracts from the minutes of meetings of the British Cabinet on the question of the future of Poland. The minutes refer to meetings in January 1944