Yalta Conference - Mr. Mize

Yalta Conference - Mr. Mize

Yalta Conference CRIMEA CONFERENCE, UKRAINE February 1945 Churchill FDR Stalin

AGREEMENT AT YALTA DIVIDE GERMANY INTO FOUR (4) ZONES TO BE OCCUPIED AFTER THE WAR BY: BRITAIN FRANCE USA USSR

WHAT ELSE DID WE AGREE TO? ELECTIONS WILL BE HELD IN THE COUNTRIES OF EASTERN EUROPE GOVERNMENT OF POLAND WILL BE BOTH COMMUNIST & NON-COMMUNIST SET UP THE UNITED NATIONS!!!!! STALIN NEVER HELD FREE ELECTIONS IN POLAND

FDR DIED ONLY TWO (2) MONTHS LATER TRUMAN (NEXT PRESIDENT) WOULD ATTEND THE NEXT POST-WAR CONFERENCE HITLER DIES APRIL 30 GERMANY SURRENDERS MAY 2, 1945 The SOVIET UNION HAS BEOME A DANGER TO THE FREE WORLD.

Churchill wrote this to Roosevelt after the Yalta Conference. The leaders of the three countries would meet one more time: Potsdam Potsdam Conference: JULY 1945 Truman replaces FDR Churchill gets voted out of Office

Stalin remains Intent on seeking reparations and as much as they can get from Germany. Agreements: -Four zones of occupation in Germany -Bring Nazi War Criminals to trial. DISAGREEMENTS ALLIES DID NOT AGREE ON

HOW TO DIVIDE GERMANY THE AMOUNT OF REPARATIONS GERMANY SHOULD PAY SOVIET POLICY IN EASTERN EUROPE During 1946-47, Stalin made sure that Communist governments came to power in all the countries of Eastern Europe. CALLED: SALAMI TACTICS

The Communist description of this process was slicing salami, - gradually getting rid of all opposition. Activities Geographic Locator: Where in the World?? WHAT DID RUSSIA TAKE?

A. Albania (1945)B. Bulgaria (1945)C. Poland (1947)D. Hungary (1947)E. Romania (1945-1947)F. Czechoslovakia (1945-1947)G. East Germany (1949)-

HOW DID THE REST OF THE ALLIES REACT? 5 MARCH 1946, Winston Churchill a shadow had fallen on Eastern Europe, which was now cut off from the free world by an iron curtain. Behind that line, he said, the people of Eastern Europe were subject to Soviet influencetotalitarian control [and]

police governments. EUROPE: END OF WWII 1945 SOVIET DOMINATION OF EASTER EUROPE: 1946 WHAT DO YOU THINK THIS MEANS?

Captain America is a fictional character, a superhero published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in Captain America Comics #1 (March 1941) Steve Rogers wanted to enlist in

the army after learning about the Nazis. He was too sickly and takes part in an experiment, and is given a super-soldier serum, where he becomes the perfect human body Red Star is a fictional Russian superhero in the

DC Universe. A former member of the Teen Titans, he first appeared under the name Starfire in Teen Titans #18 (Dec. 1968). Red Star is empowered by unknown alien

energies that have caused chain reactions within his molecular structure, altering his physical abilities and reflexes. Red Star's abilities include superhuman strength, speed, and endurance. Super Powers then & today Activity Create your own Superherorepresenting the U.S. or Russia. You need to have at least 3 of the following

You need to name your superhero Special Powers Symbol

Outfit / Costume Special Some Weapon

type of slogan or saying **Be able to show connections between your superhero and post WWII super powers. Who are the super powers of the world today? What makes a country a super power?

The Cold War Unfolds as WWII ends leaving Russia and the U.S. as the two superpowers, and they would cast a shadow over the world for more than 40 years Two Sides Face Off in Europe: U.S. led NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) in Western Europe, and the Soviet Union led the Warsaw Pact in Eastern Europe (both sides faced off along the iron curtain) A Wall Divides Berlin and was built in 1961 to stop the flow into West Berlin (prosperous) Nuclear Weapons Threaten the World: U.S. went nuclear 1944, Russia in 1949; Both

had H-Bombs by 1953 NATO Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania,

Luxemburg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States Warsaw Pact Soviet Union Albania (until 1968) Bulgaria

Czechoslovakia East Germany (until 1990) Hungary Poland Romania CONTAINMENT THE COLD WAR & THE IRON CURTAIN

WHY? SOVIET EXPANSION INTO EASTERN EUROPE COUNTRIES OCCUPIED BY THE NAZIS AND LIBERATED BY THE SOVIETS BECOME SATELLITE NATIONS BERLIN AIRLIFT WHAT WAS IT & WHEN?

FIRST MAJOR CONFRONTATION OF THE COLD WAR JUNE 1948 BLOCKADE OF THE CITY OF BERLIN STILL DIVIDED INTO FOUR ZONES LASTED 11 DAYSSOVIETS EVENTUALLY END IT U.S. MAKES REGULAR FLIGHTS TO DELIVER NECESSARY GOOD TO CITY.

CONTAINMENT DEFINITION U.S POLICY PREVENT SPREAD OF COMMUNISM SPELLED OUT THROUGH A VARIETY OF SPEECHES, PLANS, & DOCUMENTS

The Marshall Plan PART OF ECONOMIC RECOVERY PLAN FOR EUROPE U.S. WOULD GIVE FINANCIAL AID TO EUROPE SOVIET UNION CONTROLLED COUNTRIES DONT PARTICIPATE MONEY GOES TO STIMULATE WESTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES.

Marshal Plan Activity 1. Who received the most money? 2. Why did the U.S. give so many countries money? 3. How is NATO & the Warsaw Pact represented

by the map? 4. Should the US give economic support to the EU today?

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