Seventy-five years ago, at the town of Yalta (on the Crimean Peninsula) the three most powerful men in the world gathered for a series of extended discussions and strategy sessions. Josef Stalin, the dictator of the Soviet Union, was the host; British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, his guests.
Yalta at 75: From World War to Cold War will examine this crucial moment of World War II in detail: the run-up to the conference, the proceedings themselves, and finally the legacies of Yalta for the postwar world, for the Cold War, and for our own day.
Download the official Yalta at 75: From World War to Cold War Symposium program schedule for a full listing of biographies and other useful information.
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