Post World War II: Alliances
The end of the Second World War was a time of great political turmoil and upheaval. The Marshall plan was implemented to fund not America and Britain (the victors) but the countries that had suffered most and did not have enough money to repair the damage. The League of Nations had proved itself redundant due to its inability to maintain peace. Other organisations that could hold the peace had to be established.
In 1945, the Yalta conference decided the future of Europe. It included Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt and Joseph Stalin. It was agreed that United Nations would be st…
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