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World War II - Allied Political Leaders -The Big Three - Conferences

World War II - Allied Political Leaders -The Big Three - Conferences
World War II - Allied Political Leaders -The Big Three - Conferences
World War II - Allied Political Leaders -The Big Three - Conferences
World War II - Allied Political Leaders -The Big Three - Conferences
World War II - Allied Political Leaders -The Big Three - Conferences
World War II - Allied Political Leaders -The Big Three - Conferences
World War II - Allied Political Leaders -The Big Three - Conferences
World War II - Allied Political Leaders -The Big Three - Conferences
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This is a 30 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on World War II - Allied Political Leaders -The Big Three - Conferences. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.

Most equate the pictures of the “Big Three” together from the photographs of the meetings at Teheran in 1943 and at Yalta in 1945. It is the only occasions at which they met as a group. Churchill and Roosevelt met together on 11 occasions, including the Atlantic Conference before the United States entered the war. Churchill and Stalin met on 3 occasions. Roosevelt and Stalin never met except on the margins of the two trilateral meetings. Communication occurred through messages or intermediaries so room for misunderstanding was always present.

These men, their countries, their personal philosophies, and national objectives were very different. What united them was their collective determination to defeat Hitler by whatever means were at their disposal. Churchill’s objective was to protect British imperial interests. He pushed for an expanded Allied push through the Mediterranean. Roosevelt, insisted that the invasion take place in France. Roosevelt did not live to tell his own story. He remained withdrawn and distant. Many felt he bargained from a position of weakness due to his declining health and gave up to much to Stalin.

As Stalin had been advocating for a second front since 1941, he was very pleased and felt that he had accomplished his principal goal for the meeting. Stalin agreed to enter the war against Japan once Germany was defeated.

The presentation covers the following:

Introduction (2)
The Big Three
Winston Churchill
No Illusions About Germany
World War II
Britain Won’t Surrender
Franklin D. Roosevelt
U.S. Isolationist Policy
Strategy for Victory
Re-election & Death
Joseph Stalin
Rise to Power
The Great Purge
World War II
Germany Invades
The Conferences: Teheran
Roosevelt Calls a Conference
Pre-Meeting In Egypt
Stalin’s Demands
Invasion of Europe
Surrender Demands
Implementation
The Conferences: Yalta
Post War Plans
Promises Made & Broken
End of Presentation

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