Yalta Conference

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Noun1.Yalta Conference - a conference held in Yalta in February 1945 where Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill planned the final stages of World War II and agreed to the territorial division of Europe
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At the Yalta conference in the Crimea, which met to divvy up the postwar world, the Big Three were Winston Churchill, America's Franklin D Roosevelt and Russia's Joseph Stalin.
At this point, Allison discusses the implications of the Yalta Conference and the forced repatriation of all prisoners as part of the deal that resulted in Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin declaring war on Japan three months after the formal surrender of Germany.
THE gathering of devolution experts from across the UK at the British Academy yesterday was hardly the Yalta Conference at which the Allied leaders thrashed out the future of Europe, but there is the growing sense that decisions taken in the very near future will be pivotal if the UK is to survive.
At the Yalta Conference in February 1945, President Franklin Roosevelt invited Josef Stalin of the Soviet Union to join the Allies in war against Japan.
Then at the Yalta conference in 1945, Churchill gave in to Stalin's demand for control over eastern Europe in return for a guarantee that Greece would not fall into the Soviet sphere of influence.
Being the winners from WWII, the USSR and the USA designed a bi-polar world at the Yalta conference to reap the benefits of victory in February 4-11 1945.
1945: The Yalta Conference between Allied leaders Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin opened in the Crimea.
But it has emerged that the prime minister was outvoted by his Allied partners at the Yalta conference in February 1945 - as the end of hostilities drew near with a victory against Germany in sight.
Following the Yalta conference, the Dresden raid was intended to break the German will and to interdict Hitler's supply lines to the Eastern Front thus encouraging the Russians.
After the Yalta Conference in 1945 Poland found itself forced in to Stalin's sphere of influence - again, the Poles felt betrayed by the West - and the socialist realism architecture of the incongruously-named Palace of Science and Culture which still dominates the Warsaw skyline was a "gift" from the Soviet Union.
1945: The Yalta Conference between Allied leaders Franklin D Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin opened in the Crimea.
Sailing home from the Yalta Conference in the closing months of World War II, President Franklin D.