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Arguably one of the most effective and powerful leaders of the twentieth century, his leadership led to the deaths of nearly six million Jews
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Based on my evaluation of these assumptions, I conclude that the blockade was not the best option for dealing with the crisis, and that it in fact nearly led to nuclear war
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The judgment of the International Military Tribunal will now be read I shall not read the title and the formal parts
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