Winston Churchill, President Franklin Roosevelt and Marshal Joseph Stalin meet at Crimea for the Yalta Conference
Crimea Ukraine Date:1945, February 4 Duration:6 min 11 sec Sound:Yes
Allied Conference in Yalta, Crimea in Ukraine on coast of the Black Sea. The British, Russian and United States representatives meet to plan the political future of Europe after World War II. Livadia Palace, the summer residence of former Czar Nicolas II. Special communication lines are strung. Soviet Foreign Secretary Vyacheslav Molotov waits at air base for the British and U.S. delegations. Soldiers march in a field. Flags of Russia, Britain and U.S. Plane arrives at base. British Foreign Minister, Anthony Eden, U.S. Secretary of State Edward Stettinius, Adviser to President Roosevelt Harry Hopkins and U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union, W.Averell Harriman arrive. British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt arrive by plane. Lavadia Castle at the island. Randolph Churchill, son of Sir Winston Churchill arrives by car with President Roosevelt's daughter Anna Roosevelt. Prime Minister of Soviet Union Marshal Joseph Stalin arrives. They discuss military and political postwar plans. They make decisions regarding postwar Germany. Family members of Allied officers visit the Palace. Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin seated for a photograph.
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