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Year
2017
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2
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211-220
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Section СОЦИОЛОГИЯ. ПОЛИТОЛОГИЯ. МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫЕ ОТНОШЕНИЯ
Title THE ANGLO-SOVIET ALLIANCE: WHAT DOES MANCHESTER THINK? (in Engl.)
Author(-s) Danks Catherine
Abstract An examination of the role of the UK Ministry of Information in the promotion of the Anglo-Soviet Alliance during World War II. The MOI’s regional, local and divisional committee structure and the committees’ roles are explained. The city of Manchester is used as a case study of the dissemination of MOI information and of how public opinion was monitored about the alliance.
Keywords Anglo-Soviet Alliance, Winston Churchill, Ivan Maisky, Stalin, Anglo-Soviet Friendship Committees, Ministry of Information, Public Opinion, Second Front
UDC 316.2
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