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What was the purpose of the Potsdam Conference?



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B. Strickland

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Answered Apr 16, 2020

Shape post-war Germany. This conference is formally known as the Three Powers Conference of Berlin. The Potsdam Conference lasted several weeks, beginning on July 17 and ending on August 2 of 1945. The conference took place at the palace of Ceciliendorf.

The conference included the three big leaders, who were Joseph Stalin, Winston Churchill, and Harry Truman. One of the main agreements that came out of the conference was disarming Germany. This was done by destroying their shipyards. The agreement also called to "denazify" Germany, which was to get rid of the Nazi mindsets that were once overrunning the country.

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John Adney

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The Yalta Conference was to shape post-war Germany not the Postdam conference
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John Smith

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Answered Nov 24, 2016

Shape post-war Germany
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