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World War II and the Cold War Stalin credits the US with the keeping the Soviets from loosing the war The Question of Poland Communist dictorship or western style democracy British 1938 guaranetee vs. Comintern Faced with an ally in the Soviet Union now having control over Poland, Britain and the US wished that Poland be able to decide on their own as to what government they initiate 1943 Tehran Conference Very little guarentee for Poland's future democracy at this meeting Four Policemen A upbeated concept of Europe in which that the British, US and USSR were peacibly to coexist within Europe kind of like the Concert of Europe Yalta, 1945 US; get the Soviets to join the Pacific War UK: democracy in Eastern and Central Europe USSR: Spehere of influence in Eastern and Central Europe The sell out of Easter and Central Europe The Division of Germany Divided up Berlin and Germany between the great powers in the belief that Germany was too
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2011 for the course POLITICAL 10032 taught by Professor Inguidcreppel during the Spring '11 term at GWU.

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