Russia At War: The Voice of Britain

Rumors of a Hitler peace offensive had grown so widespread by this week that Winston Churchill put them on a skewer and roasted them:

"We owe it to ourselves, we owe it to our Russian allies and to the Government and people of the United States, to make it absolutely clear that whether we are supported or alone, however long and hard the toil may be, the British nation and His Majesty's Government at the head of that nation in intimate concert with the governments of the great dominions, will never enter into any negotiations with Hitler or with any party in...

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