What Were The Agreements Of The Potsdam Conference

To remember the things that were discussed at each conference, use the MNEMONIC PEER The Potsdam conference ended darkly. In the end, Truman had become even more convinced that he had to pursue a tough policy toward the Soviets. Stalin had become more convinced that the United States and Britain had conspired against the Soviet Union. Churchill was not present at the closing ceremonies. His party lost in the England election, and he was replaced by the new Prime Minister Clement Attlee in the middle of the conference. Potsdam was the last post-war conference of the Big Three. The Potsdam Conference, which took place near Berlin from 17 July to 2 August 1945, was the last of the three major meetings of World War II. The Prime Minister of the Soviet Union, Joseph Stalin, the new US President Harry S. Truman and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (replaced on 28 July by his successor Clement Attlee).

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