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In July 1945, the "Big Three" met in Potsdam to discuss the future of occupied European countries following World War II. The "Big Three" leaders were Truman, Stalin, and
In July 1945, the "Big Three" met in Potsdam to discuss the future of occupied European countries following World War II. The "Big Three" leaders were Truman, Stalin, and: CHURCHILL.
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In July 1945, the "Big Three" met in Potsdam to discuss the future of occupied European countries following World War II. The "Big Three" leaders were Truman, Stalin, and: CHURCHILL.
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