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Yalta conference Feb. 4-11 1945
Yalta conference was a meeting of British prime minister Winston Churchill, Soviet premier Joseph Stalin, and president Franklin D. Roosevelt.
The leaders agreed to require Germany's unconditional surrender and to set up in the conquered nation four zones of occupation to be run by their three countries and France.
They scheduled another meeting for April in San Francisco to create the United Nations
Stalin also agreed to permit free elections in Eastern Europe and to enter the Asian war against Japan
Stalin broke his promise of free elections in Eastern Europe and installed governments dominated by the Soviet Union.
It was important because they wanted to make Germany surrender.
The impact that it had was that it lead to the cold war by giving the Soviet Union control over Eastern Europe.
work cited https://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/yalta-conference
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