- :Since there are, as Communicat writes, several other'Western betrayals', Yalta betrayal is probably a better title.
- I tried working out which particular betrayal it meant before going there, it was on the list of possibilities but it would be better as the Yalta betrayal I'd have thought . talk ) 11 : 11, 10 May 2011 ( UTC)
- And a disambiguation page :'Western betrayal'may refer to : Yalta betrayal, the decisions made by the Allied Powers at the end of World War II; the 1938 Munich Agreement permitting Nazi German annexation of Czechoslovakia's Sudetenland; the Sykes-Picot Agreement dividing the Ottoman Empire at the end of World War I, etc . Again, I support the concept of a separate article about the Second Front timing dispute that would save C .'s valuable work.