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With World War II coming to an end, a change in policy and mindset by the world powers was marked by a conference set on the coast of Yalta, Crimea in the Ukraine. Known as the "Big Three", Premier Joseph Stalin, Prime Minister Winston Churchill and President Franklin D. Roosevelt represented the global super powers of Russia, England, and the United States, respectively. The conference was held in February 1945 and was the staging ground for the discussion of many political problems that were arising from the peace settlements. A vast majority of the agreements made at Yalta were kept c…
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