Aftermath

Aftermath - Adam Samaan Aftermath: The Emergence of the...

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Adam Samaan Aftermath: The Emergence of the Cold War Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill met in Tehran the capital of Iran to decide the future coarse of the war The western powers had earlier believed that the Soviets were in a weak position Stalin was still operating under the notion of spheres if influence At Yalta Roosevelt sought Soviet military help against Japan The creation of the UN was a major American concern at Yalta The issues of Germany and eastern Europe were treated less decisively German reparations were set to 20 billion dollars Before the conference at Potsdam near Berlin took place in July 1945, Western relations with the soviets were deteriorating rapidly The Allied powers’ only common aim was the defeat of Nazism
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