Yalta. A Play by Bert Brun
By Bert Brun
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Published: July 28, 2012
Words: 10,275 (approximate)
The three World War II leaders, Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin meet in 1945 at Yalta in Russia, to plan for the aftermath of the war and carve up Eastern Europe after Nazi Germany’s defeat.
At Yalta, in Russia, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin meet in February 1945. World War 2 is nearing its bloody conclusion with Nazi Germany’s unconditional surrender.
Stalin badgers Churchill and manipulates a worn out and dying Roosevelt so that, in the end, the Soviet Union will be able to politically dominate and draw an iron curtain across the eastern half of Europe.
gravely ill roosevelt
, wary churchill
, manipulative stalin
, nazis nearly capitulating
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