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British Ambassador Stafford Cripps signing a mutual assistance agreement between the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union, Moscow, Russia, 12 Jul 1941

Caption   British Ambassador Stafford Cripps signing a mutual assistance agreement between the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union, Moscow, Russia, 12 Jul 1941 ww2dbase
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Added Date 7 Aug 2011

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1. Peter Campo says:
10 Mar 2016 03:38:33 PM

Who is the gentleman standing to the right of Cripps (bald head and glasses)? And is that von Ribbentroff with the ink blotter? And who is the other gentleman next to Stalin's left (right side in picture-baldheaded and wearing glasses)?

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