Agreement Potsdam Conference

The delegations were led by I. V. Stalin, U.S. President H. Truman and British Prime Minister W. Churchill (from 28 July he was replaced by a new Prime Minister, Mr.C. Attlee). He also attended the conference Foreign Minister of the USSR and Great Britain V.M Molotov and A. Eden, Secretary of State of the United States J. Byrnes, Secretary of British Minister A. Bridges, Chief of staff of the USSR A.

I. Antonov, Head of united teams of the United States G. K. Marshall, United States Air Force Commander W. Arnold. The English delegation also included Field Marshal of Tunis H.R. Alexander, Admiral of the Fleet E. Cunningham, Marshal B. Montgomery, Marshal of the Royal Air Force. To remember the things that were discussed at each conference, the 1945 Peer Potsdam conference had a great political influence on the fate of post-war Europe and on the question of peace. It was the third and final in the series of conferences of the heads of state and government of the USSR, the United States and the United Kingdom, allies of the Second World War.

The Soviet Union presented to the Conference a proposal on the territories related to the mandate, in accordance with what was decided at the Yalta Conference and the Charter of the United Nations. At the end of the conference, the three heads of government agreed on the following measures. All other issues should be resolved before the final peace conference, which should be convened as soon as possible. The main theme on the agenda of the conference was the German question. Agreement was reached on the maintenance and development of Germany as a single democratic state of peace. Winston Churchill, who had served most of the war as British Prime Minister in a coalition government, was replaced by Clement Attlee during the conference. Since the early 1940s, Churchills had a Soviet policy that was very different from Roosevelt`s and regarded Stalin as an “evil tyrant” who led an abominable system. [9] General elections were held in the United Kingdom on 5 July 1945, but the results were delayed to allow the counting of votes of military personnel in their constituencies. The result was known at the conference, when Attlee became the new Prime Minister. The Potsdam Conference, held from 17 July to 2 August 1945 near Berlin, was the last of the three major meetings of the Second World War. The new US President, Harry S.

Josef Stalin, attended the conference.