HIS 218 HIS 208-01
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Date Created: 01/31/16
Truman and the Bomb Yelta Conference February 711, 1945 Big 3 FDR Stalin Churchill Fate of Poland decided Soviet entry into Pacific theater United Nations formed Germany divided into zones of occupation Potsdam Conference July 17th August 1st, 1945 New Big 3 Truman Attlee Stalin Division of Germany West = Capitalism East = Communism Berlin also divided “Powerful new weapon” mentioned to Stalin for first time even though he already knew of the weapon Mokusatsu July 28th, 1945 Japan’s response to the Potsdam declaration Hiroshima bombed on August 6th, 1945 Nagasaki bombed on August 9th, 1945 6 days later Japan unconditionally surrendered
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