Yalta and Potsdam

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  • Created on: 08-03-13 20:12

Yalta - February 1945 Germany was not yet defeated, so, although there were tensions about Poland, the big three - Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchillmanaged to agree to split Germany into four zones of occupation, and to allow free elections in Eastern European countries. Russia was invited to join the United Nations, and Russia promised to join the war against Japan when Germany was defeated.

  • Germany to pay reparations
  • government of 'national unity' to be set up in Poland, comprising both communists and non-communists.
  • Free elections in the countries of eastern Europe. This part of the agreement was called the Declaration of Liberated Europe.
  • Russia would help against


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