The Times remained silent on the 75th anniversary of the Yalta agreement of February 1945.
At the end of WWII leaders of United States and Britain went out of their way to appease the genocidal regime of the Soviet Union. While they championed democracy for their own countries, they made key decisions and signed a pact with the Soviet Union without participation of the representatives of the affected countries of Eastern Europe, thus facilitating further atrocities by the Communists.
This event is often presented as a false alternative: either Yalta agreement or war with the Soviet Union.
At that moment, eastern Poland was occupied by the Soviet Union again, just like in 1939-1941.