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World War II secret files released

Hundreds of declassified documents from UK National Archives give peek into decision-making at highest level.

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Hundreds of declassified documents from the British National Archives have been made public.

The newly released papers are a lens into what went on at the highest levels of decision making as leaders from the US, the UK and the Soviet Union were mapping out the future of Europe after the end of World War Two.

Al Jazeera's Gerald Tan reports.

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