Yalta conference

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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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