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Chapter 25, Homework #1: Containment and a Divided Global Order, Pages 806-818 ORIGINS OF THE COLD WAR Who Met, Where Did the Met, Date of Conference Major Decisions Sources of controversy/tension created between the US and the USSR? Yalta FDR, Stalin, and Churchill met February 1945 at a resort near the Black Sea in S Ukraine. Divide Germany into 4 zones for each of the Allies, having Soviet Union war against Japan, establish the UN Stalin wanted satellite states of his own to control the Soviet’s western borders Potsdam Truman, Churchill, Stalin met July 1945 met outside Berlin The situation of Germany(East and West), communism and the Iron Curtain Stalin’s stance on self- determination of Soviet’s sphere of influence THE CONTAINMENT STRATEGY What was the US convinced about during this period? That the Soviets were expanding more than it should be and the US should stop communism while promoting democracy Issue #1 that worried Truman Soviets wanted Iran’s oil and Mediterranean access Issue #2 that worried Truman Civil war in Greece: Yugoslavian communist vs Greece and England
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