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President Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, And Joseph Stalin At The Yalta Conference. "Sell Out Bargain"

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The Yalta Conference was called together by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The three allied leaders, being, Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin, and President Franklin himself. Together they each had their own goals, and negotiation became essential. The war in Europe was nearly over, and the question on what to do with Germany was a main priority. The allied leaders rendezvoused in the Russian Crimea, February 1945. Controversy has surrounded the conference ever since. In relation to the "sellout at Yalta", that is not adequately true. President Roosevelt was ill and weary minded, but he did not let this affect his better judgment. Many critics throughout history have stated that President Roosevelt was ill and too weak to stand up to Joseph Stalin's cunningness, but in fact, he was more alert than ever before.Each of the allies at the Yalta Conference had their own goals. Britain sought to make France a partner in the postwar occupation of Germany, to curb Soviet influence in Poland, and to ensure protection for the vulnerable British Empire. Joseph Stalin had many demands that angered Winston Churchill; President Roosevelt became the prime negotiator in the disagreement. The Soviet Union wanted war reparations from Germany to rebuild their homeland and continue their influence in Poland. Stalin also wanted a massively hurt Germany so it would never attack mother Russia in the future. In return the United Nations Organizations, being represented by the United States exercised its influence for a Soviet declaration of war against Japan to aid in ending the war in the Pacific, for recognition of China as a major power; and for compromise between rival factions in Poland. Military agreements began to show on Russia's side of the table and the British Prime Minister grew hot. Soviet troops occupied those countries in eastern Europe that they liberated, including Poland, and Stalin repeatedly pointed out that twice German armies had marched through Poland into Russian territory, killing millions. Stalin sought a government friendly to Moscow, preferably the Lublin regime. He also wanted Poland to have territory of Germanys', and that the Soviet Union would acquire part of Poland. Churchill disagreed because he wanted the London government back in Poland. With President Roosevelt's help, a...

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