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Unformatted text preview: List of World War II conferences From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it (http://en.wikwediaorg/ivflndexphp? title=List_0f_W0rld_War_II_conferences&action=edit) . This is a list of World War II conferences of the Allies of World War 11. Name (CODE NAME) U. S. -British Staff Conference (ABC- 1) (ABC- 1) Atlantic Conference (RIVIERA) Moscow Conference First Washington Conference (ARCADIA) Second Washington Conference Second Moscow Conference Cherchell Conference Casablanca Conference (SYMBOL) Third Location Washington, DC. Argentia, Newfoundland Moscow, USSR Washington, DC. Washington, DC. Moscow, USSR Cherchell, Algeria Casablanca, Morocco Date s January 29 — March 27, 1941 August 9 — 12, 1941 September 29 — October 1, 1941 December 22, 1941 — January 14, 1942 June 20 — 25, 1942 August 12 — 17, 1942 October 21 — 22, 1942 January 14 — 24, 1943 Major participants: American, British, and Canadian military staff Churchill, Roosevelt Stalin, Harriman, Beaverbrook Churchill, Roosevelt Churchill, Roosevelt Churchill, Stalin, Harriman American General Clark, and Vichy French officers including Charles Mast Churchill, Roosevelt, Charles de Gaulle, Henri Giraud Major results Set the basic planning agreement for the US. to enter the war Atlantic Charter Allied aid to Russia Europe first, Declaration by United Nations Make first priority opening a 2nd front in North African Campaign before cross-English channel invasion Discuss reasons for North African Campaign over cross-channel invasion A clandestine conference before the Operation Torch landings, in which some Vichy French commanders agreed not to resist the Allied landings in Morocco and Algerian] Plan Italian Campaign, plan cross channel invasion in 1944, declaration of "unconditional surrender" of Axis, Incitement to unify French fighting authorities of London and Algiers Plan Italian Campaign, increase air Washington Conference (T RIDENT) Quebec Conference (QUADRANT) Third Moscow Conference Cairo Conference (SEXTANT) Tehran C o nfe re nce (EUREKA) Second Cairo Conference (SEXTANT) British Commonwealth Prime Ministers‘ Conference Bretton Woods conference Dumbarton Oaks Conference Second Quebec Conference (OCTAGON) Fourth Moscow Conference (TOLSTOY) Malta Conference (ARGONAUT & CRICKET) Yalta C o nfe re nce Washington, DC. Quebec, Canada Moscow, USSR Cairo, Egypt Tehran, Iran Cairo, Egypt London, England Bretton Woods, USA Washington, DC. Quebec, Canada Moscow, USSR Malta Yalta, USSR May 12 — Churchill, Roosevelt 27, 1943 August 17 . . _ 24, 1943 Churchill, Roosevelt, King October 18 — Foreign ministers Hull, November Eden, Molotov, Bingchang 1, 1943 November Churchill, Roosevelt, 23 ‘ 26’ Chiang Kai-shek 1943 November 28 — . . December Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin 1, 1943 December 4 — 6, Churchill, Roosevelt, Inc'im'i 1943 Churchill, John Curtin _ (Australia), Peter Fraser 1:321 1 16’ (New Zealand), Mackenzie King (Canada) and General Jan Smuts (South Africa). July 1 — Representatives of 44 15, 1944 nations August 21 Delegates from 39 nations, _ 29, 1944 Stettinius, Cadogan, Gromyko September 12 — 16, Churchill, Roosevelt 1944 October 9, Churchill, Stalin, Molotov, 1944 Eden January 30 _ Churchill, Roosevelt February 2, 1945 February 4 — 11, Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin attacks on Germany, increase war in Pacific D-Day set for 1944, reorganization of South East Asia Command, secret Quebec Agreement to limit sharing nuclear energy info Moscow Declaration Cairo Declaration for postwar Asia First meeting of the Big 3, plan the final strategy for the war against Nazi Germany and its allies, set date for Operation Overlord Agreement to complete Allied air bases in Turkey, postpone Operation Anakirn against Japan in Burma. British Commonwealth leaders support Moscow Declaration and reach agreement regarding their respective roles in the overall Allied war effort. Establishes International Monetary Fund and International Bank for Reconstruction and Development Agreement to establish the United Nations Morgenthau Plan for postwar Germany, other war plans Establishing post-war spheres of influence in Eastern Europe, Balkan peninsula Preparation for Yalta final plans for defeat of Germany, postwar Europe plans, set date for United Nations Conference, (ARGONAUT 1945 conditions for Russia's entry in war & MAGNETO) against Japan United Nations . Conference on San Francisco, Apnl 25 _ Representatives of 50 International USA June 26, nations Umted Natlons Charter . . 1945 Orgamzatlon Pots dam Potsdam, July 17 — Churchill, Stalin, T n, Potsdam Declaration for unconditlonal Conference German August 2, A mac surrender of Japan, Potsdam (TERMINAL) y 1945 Agreement on policy for Germany Intotal Churchill attended 14 meetings, Roosevelt 12, Stalin 5. Code names for some of the major wartime conference meetings involving Roosevelt and later Truman had a partial naming sequence referring to devices or instruments which had an ordinal number as part of their meaning referring to the number of the meeting: 1 ARCADIA, 2 SYMBOL, 3 TRIDENT, 4 QUADRANT, 5 (none), 6 SEXTAN T, 7 EUREKA, 8 OCTAGON, 9 ARGONAUT (CRICKET & MAGNETO), 10 and last TERMINAL. Atlantic Conference, Casablanca Conference, First Quebec Cairo Conference, Cairo, Argentia, Dominion of Casablanca, Morocco, Conference Quebec Egypt, 1943 Newfoundland, 1941 1943 City, Canada, 1943 Tehran Conference, Second Cairo Yalta Conference, Yalta, Potsdam Conference, Tehran, Iran, 1943 Conference, Cairo, USSR, 1945 Potsdam, Germany, 1945 Egypt, 1943 References 1. A David H. Lippman WORLD WAR II PLUS 55, World War 11 Notes, November 8, 1942 (Operation Torch) {http://usswashington. com/worldwaerlus55/dl08no42. htm) Further reading I What major conferences were held during World War II? (httpJ/www.fdrlibrary.marist.edu/ww2con95.html) , website of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library I United States Army Center of Military History I Planning for Coalition Warfare, 1941 - 1942 (http'J/www.history.army.mi]/books/wwii/Sp1 941-42/indexhthtrategic) I Strategic Planning for Coalition Warfare, 1943 - 1944 (http 'J/www.history.army.mi]/books/wwii/Sp 1 941-42/indexhtm) I Washington Command Post: The Operations Division (http 'J/www.history.annymil/books/wwii/WCP/indexhtm) I Appendix C: Principals at the intemational conferences January 1943—September 1944 (http 1/www.history.army.mil/books/wwii/sp 1 943-44/appC.htm) Retrieved from 'http J/enwikipedia.org/wiki/List_oi;World_War_II_conferences" Categories: World War II conferences I This page was last modified on 18 August 2011 at 18:05. I Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution— ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. See Terms of use for details. 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