The End of WWII and the Beginning of the Cold War

The End of WWII and the Beginning of the Cold War - Atomic...

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THE END OF WWII AND THE BEGINNING OF THE COLD WAR Consider: Allies on offensive, summer 1943 Tehran Conference, Nov-Dec 1943 Yalta Conference, February 1945 FDR dies, April 1945; Truman becomes president Germany surrenders, May 1945 Potsdam Conference, July 1945 “Atomic diplomacy” with U.S.S.R., July 1945
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Unformatted text preview: Atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, August 1945 Japan surrenders, August 1945 Cold War begins U.S. and Soviet Union emerge from war as superpowers (Britains loss of status sealed during 1956 Suez Crisis)...
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