Professor Dr. Antony P. Mueller
-- Ubi dubium, ibi libertas --
sábado, 3 de dezembro de 2016
Guerra Mundial III
The British planned to start World War III by invading Russia with the German army
With the dust still settling after the end of World War II in Europe, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill set his sights on the next threat to Western Democracy: the Soviet Union. Churchill was a dedicated anti-Communist. Even before the war’s end, the British PM expanded his anti-Communist rhetoric. He would later employ the same anti-Stalinist zeal in his public comments to people living inside the Iron Curtain (a term he coined in a 1946 speech). The Prime Minister’s 1946 speech argued the Soviets were determined to expand their influence across Europe and into Asia – a conclusion U.S. President Harry S. Truman also held. So it makes sense that Churchill would ask his War Cabinet to draw ...