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Who Is most to Blame for the Cold War?
After the surrender of Nazi Germany, the relationship of Allies started undermining when Truman and Stalin disagreed over several issues such as how to divide Germany and the size of reparation. Through the next five years, the allies became instead enemies and the Soviet Union is to be partially responsible for this.
Germany was always one of the biggest disagreements among the Allies. As mentioned, Truman and Stalin failed to agree on the size of reparation and the question on how to divide Germany in Potsdam Conference. …
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