History - yalta, potsdam, truman doctrine, marshall plan

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Who were the Big Three at Yalta?
Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill
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What date did the Big Three meet at Yalta?
4th February 1945.
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At Yalta, how many zones was it proposed to split Germany into?
Four.
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What did Truman keep secret from Stalin at Potsdam?
The Truman Doctrine
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Why did Truman decide to get involved in Greece?
The British could no longer afford to keep soldiers there.
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What was the Truman Doctrine created for?
To contain communism.
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What did General George Marshall decide after he had visited Europe?
That all of Europe was so poor it was about to turn communist.
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How much did Truman ask Congress for?
$17 billion.
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What proportion of Marshall Aid was spent on goods supplied by US suppliers?
70%
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How did American cartoonists portray Marshall Aid?
American cartoonists portrayed Marshall Aid as a generous gift from the US taxpayer to help Europe get going.
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