So after they agreed on Poland, the rest of the February 9 plenary session is spent talking about Germany.
Specifically – what to do with the Nazi big dogs.
Previously secret British War Cabinet papers released on 1 January 2006 have shown that Churchill had been advocating since 1942 for a policy of summary execution for the top Nazis.
But Stalin suggested, you know, maybe they should be put on trial before being shot like animals?
Everyone was shocked.
But Joe still wanted $10 billion in reparations – and to keep France off of the Control Commission.
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