Yalta And Potsdam Speech Analysis

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1. During February 4-11, 1945, Big three, US, Britain, and USSR decided to meet at Yalta and discussing the future and post of the second world war. All three country were represented by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Soviet leader Joseph Stalin This essay discussed Yalta and Potsdam main agendas. And then review iron cutter speech provided by sir Winston Churchill in Westminster college and reflecting its consequences post world war two. Regarding the Yalta conference,the first agenda was demanding Germany to surrender the war, because the victory of allied power was inevitable and the defeated of Germany was obviously seen. Therefore, the big three met at Yalta to discuss the future and the fate of Germany and they agreed to divide Germany into four parts among the big three with France, once the war end. The second attempt which was discussed at the conferences was the fate of Japan, it was decided and agreed that Stalin should take a control and invaded Japan to end the war, hence, it could take the revenge over…show more content…
Iron cuter was the phrase coined by Churchill during his speech in Webster university US. The phrase meant the division between two blocks and fear of communist sprees in western Europe as he said in his speech "an attempt is being mad by Russian Berlin to build up a communist part in their zone. So this will cause a serious difficult in Britain and American" . He started his speech by praising US as he said " the US at the time pinnacle of world power". He continues to warn the world about the existence fear escalating over western Europe. Later Churchill calls for mutual allies between English speaking countries to stop the spread and power of communist infesting the democracy and freedom across all countries.he insisted the work of action of UN by creating an armed force, where each member state should train its soldier and work for the
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