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Telephonogram from Joseph Stalin to Vyacheslav Molotov in Washington with instructions to share the Soviet Government’s stance on maintaining peace after the war with Franklin D. Roosevelt

1 June 1942
Russian State Archive of Social and Political History

"Roosevelt's ideas about maintaining peace after the war are totally right. There is no doubt that the only way to preserve peace in the future is to create a unified Anglo-American-Soviet military force capable of preventing aggression. It would also be a good idea to include China."