Lee Oswald supposedly met with the very sinister "Maurice Bishop" (believed by many buffs to be the ) in Dallas in late August or early September 1963.
In August 1939, with war in Poland looming, the British eventually sent a minor official called Reginald Ranfurly Plunckett-Ernle-Erle-Drax. He travelled by slow boat, not by plane. He did not have authority to make any decisions, and had to refer every question back to London. The talks dragged on.
September 1 1939 analysis poem essays - 507glenrock
This cartoon by the British cartoonist David Low was published in the Evening Standard newspaper on 20 September 1939. It shows Hitler, who is saying: 'The scum of the earth I believe?' and Stalin, who replies: 'The bloody assassin of the workers, I presume?'