GCSE History - Yalta and Potsdam

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1. At Yalta, the 'Declaration of Liberated Europe' was agreed, what was it?

  • An agreement that all Eastern European countries could hold free elections
  • An agreement that there would never be an international war in Europe again
  • An agreement that Germany would have to pay reparations
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2. What was the status of Germany at the time of the Potsdam conference?

  • Germany had just been defeated
  • Germany had not yet been defeated
  • Most of the German army were fighting Japan

3. It was agreed Germany would pay reparations, why were there disagreements about this at Potsdam?

  • Attlee and Truman thought Stalin wanted too much in reparations
  • Stalin thought Attlee and Truman wanted too much in reparations
  • Truman wanted USA to receive the most in reparations to cover military expenses

4. Why was Roosevelt's death significant?

  • Because Truman was very anti-communist and found it hard to agree with Stalin
  • His death was followed by a day of national mourning
  • Roosevelt frequently clashed with Stalin at the Yalta conference and could not agree with him

5. When was the Potsdam conference?

  • February 1945
  • July 1945
  • November 1945

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