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Many people think the cold war all leads back to the post war conferences of World War II after the death Adolf Hitler leader of the Nazi superiority group of the late 1930s to the first half of the 1940s The Big Three which were the three most powerful leaders of the world met with each other after World War II to discuss agreements and decisions that had to be made for the super power countries The Big Three consisted of Franklin Delano Roosevelt FDR of the United States of America Winston Churchill the current Prime Minister of Great Britain at that time and finally Josef Stalin the dictator of the now abolished Soviet Union The three met at many different places and it usually looked as if FDR and Churchill teamed up against Stalin These decisions made the outcome of the cold war and were not weighed heavily on FDR In the formalizing conference at Yalta known as the Yalta Conference the Big Three signed treaties to finalize all proposals that were passed Should have Franklin Delano Roosevelt handled the Yalta Conference differently the infamous cold war might not have started The cold war was the sour state of indirect problems that present between the United States and the former Soviet Union that lasted over forty years after the conclusion of World War II There were some short term causes that led to the Yalta Conference One of the conflicts was that the US did not extend formal diplomatic recognition to the former Soviet Union until 1933 Then the US was angered that the former Soviet Union signed a nonaggression pact with Germany in 1939 Another conflict that occurred was when the former Soviet Union blamed the US for delaying the Western front in Europe during the war The USA also tried excluding the former Soviet Union from the Manhattan project which was the development and testing of the first atomic bomb Roosevelt
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