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Timothy Snyder: ‘The Nazi & Soviet regimes were sometimes allies, as in the joint occupation of Poland. They sometimes held compatible goals as foes: as when Stalin chose not to aid the rebels in Warsaw in 1944, thereby allowing the Germans to kill people who would later have resisted communist rule. This is what François Furet called their “belligerent complicity.” Often the Germans & the Soviets goaded each other into escalations that cost more lives than the policies of either state by itself would have.’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSm2Wf4w7bA
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Timothy Snyder: ‘The Nazi & Soviet regimes were sometimes allies, as in the joint occupation of Poland. They sometimes held compatible goals as foes: as when Stalin chose not to aid the rebels in Warsaw in 1944, thereby allowing the Germans to kill people who would later have resisted communist rule. This is what François Furet called their “belligerent complicity.” Often the Germans & the Soviets goaded each other into escalations that cost more lives than the policies of either state by itself would have.’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSm2Wf4w7bA
55 views · Dec 23rd, 2020