How and why did the United Nations come into being?

75th anniversary of the United Nations: Part-II 

Even before the end of World War II, the Allies who were fighting jointly against Nazism and fascism got together on several occasions to discuss how to ensure a lasting peace after the War ended and how to spare humanity from the horrors of another such war.  Various meetings were held between the leaders of the major Allied powers, including the US, Soviet Union, Britain and China to discuss this.

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The end of World War II and the aims of different countries and peoples

On the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II: Part-V 

At the end of the Second World War, the socialist Soviet Union emerged as one of the victorious powers. It stood as an inspiration to people across the world who were fighting to liberate themselves from the colonial yoke. On the other hand, US imperialism emerged as the leader of the reactionary anti-communist imperialist camp.

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Lessons from history

Imperialism was and remains the source of war and conflict in the world

The Communist Ghadar Party of India is publishing a 6-part series to educate our readers on the causes that led to the Second World War, and the lessons to be drawn by the peoples.

Part I – Lessons from history

We must draw the correct lessons, so that humanity can put an end once and for all to the scourge of war and oppression of peoples.

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