THE YALTA

CONFERENCE, 1945

  Agenda:

  • The Question of Free Elections for Eastern European Countries

  • The Question of Post-War Germany

  • The Question of Declaration of the United Nations

 

The Yalta Conference was commissioned in a Russian town in the Crimea from the 4th to the 11th of February, 1945, amid the Second World War. At Yalta, United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin made important decisions regarding the future progress of the war and the post-war world. These decisions played an essential role in shaping war alliances, escalations, military movement and post-war decisions.