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28 February 2020


Hitler had met Stalin in Lviv in person - Kravchuk

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The meeting of Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin in Lviv was the prerequisite for the outbreak of World War II.

Axar.az reports that Former Ukrainian President Leonid Kravchuk told the media.

Hitler and Stalin met in Lviv. This document is no longer confidential. They were trying to reach an agreement, ” Kravchuk said.

He said that Hitler was tied up to be stopped, but it turned against the Soviet Union.

"As a result, the people in our country suffered," the former president said.

Note that this is the first claim that Stalin has personally met Hit.

Date
2020.01.29 / 13:32
Author
Tural Azimzadeh
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