The division of Europe, according to Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin (1944)

In 1944, Winston Churchill jots down some notes on the division of influence between the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union in the Balkans. According to these notes, Romania was to be 90 % under Soviet influence and 10 % under British influence; Greece 90 % British and 10 % Soviet; Yugoslavia and Hungary 50 % British and 50 % Soviet; and Bulgaria 75 % Soviet and 25 % British.

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Source: Bildarchiv der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek, Wien.

Copyright: (c) Photo: Bildarchiv / ÖNB Wien

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