Conclusions from the speech of W. Churchill’s Fulton speech

Churchill urged not to repeat the mistakes of the 30s and consistently uphold the values of freedom, democracy and “Christian civilization” against totalitarianism, for which it is necessary to ensure close unity and cohesion of the Anglo-Saxon nations.

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