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Churchill calls for permanent alliance
By MERRIMAN SMITH
FULTON, Mo., March 5, 1946 (UP) - Winston Churchill said today that Russia seeks indefinite expansion of her power and doctrines, and called for a permanent Anglo-American military alliance which might some day include common citizenship.
Churchill calls for joint Anglo-American bases
FULTON, Mo., March 5, 1946 (UP) - Former Prime Minister Winston Churchill, in his speech at little Westminster college today asked for the creation and joint use of Anglo-American sea and air bases.
Band plays the Missouri Waltz and God Save the King
FULTON, Mo., March 5, 1946 (UPI) - Winston Churchill, descendant of the Dukes of Marlborough, seemed so much at home in the rural Missouri setting here today that he might have been born in it.
Eden denies Churchill in Fulton speech tried 'to put Russia on spot'
LONDON, March 5, 1946 (UP) - Anthony Eden denied in the House of Commons today that Winston Churchill intended to "put Russia on the spot" by his speech at Fulton, Mo.
Press comment on Churchill
WASHINGTON, March 7, 1946 (UP) - American editorial comment on Winston Churchill's speech:
Stalin responds to United Press questions, says Churchill greatest threat to peace
By HUGH BAILLIE, President of the United Press
LONDON, Oct. 29, 1946 (UP) - Foreign offices throughout the world gave the closest study today to a new pronouncement by Marshal Stalin.
Stalin cable exchange with United Press: Denies tension growing with America
LONDON, Oct. 29, 1946 (UP) - Generalissimo Josef Stalin said Monday night in answer to a questionnaire submitted by Hugh Baillie, president of United Press, that he disagreed with Secretary of State James F. Byrnes' statement that tension has increased between the United States and the Soviet Union.
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