The Potsdam Conference, 1945. Part1

The Potsdam Conference (Berlin Conference) – the last of the meetings of the leaders of the anti-Hitler coalition – the USSR, the USA and the UK, which took place from July 17th to August 2nd 1945 with the aim to determine the next steps for post-war Europe. The Soviet delegation was headed by Stalin, US – Truman, English – Winston Churchill and on July 28th, his successor, Prime Minister Clement R. Attlee.

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Meeting the “Big Three.” Clement R. Attlee, Truman, Stalin.

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British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and his daughter Oliver arrived at the Berlin Conference descend on the plane.

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British Prime Minister Winston Churchill passes on the airfield the day of arrival at the Berlin conference.

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US President G.S.Trumen and General Dwight Eisenhower are on the airfield on arrival day at the Berlin conference.

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Soviet-controller on the road to Potsdam, which hosted the conference of heads of three powers.

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Checkpoint allies on the road to Potsdam, which hosted the conference of the leaders of three great powers.

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The arrival of Stalin to the residence of the Soviet delegation in Babelsberg.

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The reception room in a residence of Stalin in Babelsberg.

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Lounge at the residence of Stalin in Babelsberg

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The office in the residence of the Soviet delegation in Babelsberg.

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View Cecilienhof Palace, which hosted the Berlin Conference.

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View Cecilienhof Palace, which hosted the Berlin Conference.

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Cecilienhof Palace – the venue of the Potsdam Conference.

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Cecilienhof Palace – the venue of the Potsdam Conference.