Why does Molotov believe a “second front” should be opened in 1942, history homework help

Jan 11th, 2017
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Read Chapter 22 as well as the Transcript of the Roosevelt-Molotov Meeting. Once all reading is complete, respond to the following items:

  • Why does Molotov believe a “second front” should be opened in 1942?
  • If such a front is opened, what does Molotov predict?
  • If such a front is not opened, what does he fear might occur?
  • Given that a second front in France was not opened until June, 1944, what do you think the effect of that delay may have had on longer-term U.S.–Soviet relations?

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Why does Molotov believe a “second front” should be opened in 1942?

Mr. Molotov believed that the chances of the second front being successful in 1942 when the
Russians still had a strong front over the Nazis and the prospects of the succeeding were high
and the brunt of war had not been felt ...

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