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Yalta Conference - World War II - HISTORY.com

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I think it was messed up how Germany had reparations after the war.  I don't understand how they keep secrets together and didnt really like eachother. 

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The Yalta Conference, 1945 - 1937–1945 - Milestones - Office of the Historian

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It was cool, it had some good important information. It doesn't really interest me too much. 

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Yalta Conference (World War II) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia

Yalta Conference (World War II), (Feb. 4–11, 1945), major World War II conference of the three chief Allied leaders, President Franklin D. Roosevelt of the United States, Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Great Britain, and Premier Joseph Stalin of the Soviet Union, which met at Yalta in the Crimea to plan the final...
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I don't like Winston Churchill because he was associated with Stalin. Stalin was a bad guy and if Winston was friends with him then that must mean he was a bad guy too. I think they are being sneaky by planning stuff. 

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Janet Franco's curator insight, February 27, 2014 12:29 PM

Major World War 2 conference of the three chief Allied leaders, President Franklin D. Roosevelt of the U.S. They decided that Germany would be divided into occupied zone administrated by the U.S, British, French, and Soviet forces. The determination of reparations was assigned to a commission. Free elections of governments responsive to the will of the people. Soviet Union entering the war against Japan "two or three months" after Germany's surrender.