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Comprehension
4a Why was Poland such a serious issue according to Roosevelt?
4b What were the Allies trying to achieve with Poland?
4c What were the problems?
4d List the measures the Allies actually took.

Analysis and Interpretation
4e Roosevelt describes the decisions reached over Poland as an 'outstanding example of joint action'. How does he support this view?
4f What reservations did Roosevelt have about the decisions reached on Poland?

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Extracts from US President Roosevelt's speech to the US Congress on the Yalta Conference, March 1st 1945, referring to the question of Poland

Extracts from US President Roosevelt's speech to the US Congress on the Yalta Conference, March 1st 1945, referring to the question of Poland