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 Germany would have to pay reparations
  • An agreement that all Eastern European countries could hold free elections
  • An agreement that there would never be an international war in Europe again
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2. At Yalta it was agreed that once Germany had been defeated, the USSR would help...

  • rebuild the eastern European nations destroyed by the war
  • defeat Japan
  • rebuild Germany

3. Which conference had the most disagreements?

  • Potsdam
  • Yalta
  • Both

4. At Yalta, it was agreed a government of 'national unity' would be set up in Poland comprising of communists and non communists. Why, at Potsdam, was Truman angry at Stalin?

  • He had arrested the non-communist leaders in Poland
  • He had murdered all the non-communists in Poland
  • He prevented the government of 'national unity' being set up

5. When was the Yalta conference?

  • February 1945
  • July 1945
  • November 1945


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