In February 4, 1945 the Yalta Conference started. This conference was held to reorganize Europe and determine Germany's fate. The United Nations was created after this meeting to help prevent further world wars.
The United Nations was developed in 1945 following the Yalta Conference. The United Nations was created to keep international peace and prevent following world wars. The United Nations helps countries that are associated in the group with a troubling economy.
In November 1945, the Nuremberg Trials were held. The Nuremberg Trials mainly focused on punishing the Nazi government. The Nuremberg Trials were a turning point in international law.
There were 13 trials that lasted from 1945 to 1949. The Nuremberg Trials happened because the american leaders persuaded the other leaders to have a trial instead of execution without trial. They thought this would be more beneficial to to let the defendants say their story and why they took part of these hate crimes.
From 1945 to 1960, the United States economy was flourishing. At the time, they were the richest country in the world. Russia and United States entered into a cold war. United States had huge technological growth while being in the cold war.
The United States finally joined a international committee with the United Nations in October 1945. The United States is one of the main advocates in United Nations and a main power that is respected. Since they joined and other powers like the United Kingdom, the United Nations now has a ton of power over a single country because they have the United States behind them.