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The true story of the lend-Lease. Part 4

The total cost of the lend-lease supplies to Russia during World War II amounted to 13.2 billion dollars. To understand the magnitude of this amount in today’s numbers, you need to take at least ten times more. It comes to over 130 billion dollars. The lend-lease was first and foremost the victory of diplomacy of common sense. It was also thanks to the courage of the Russians and British and the selflessness of the American people. Paul Tadich discovers the unknown facts about cooperation between the Soviet Union and the Allies during World War II in the last installment of the True Story of the Lend-Lease  series.

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