The Cold War: A World Divided. Yalta Conference. Relationship b/w U.S. & Soviet Union was shaky before WWII even ended U.S. was upset Stalin signed non-aggression pact Stalin blamed Allies for not invading sooner Yalta Conference-February 1945 Churchill, FDR, Stalin agree to:
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The Cold War:A World Divided
A peep under the iron curtain
Occupation zones after 1945. Berlin is the multinational area within the Soviet zone.
· In June of 1948, the French, British and American zones were joined into the nation of West Germany after the Soviets refused to end their occupation of Germany.
Germany remains divided:
· In May of 1949, Joseph Stalin of the Soviet Union ended the blockade.
· The Soviet zone of Germany, including East Berlin, became known as the nation of East Germany.