The Tehran War Conference was held between November 28th and December 1st 1943. The Tehran meeting was the first time the so-called ‘Big Three’ met – Joseph Stalin of the Soviet Union, Winston Churchill of Great Britain and F D Roosevelt of America. It was to set the direction of World World Two in Europe.
The Tehran meeting was held after the war meeting in Casablanca. Stalin had not been invited to Casablanca and the relationships between the three principal men at the Tehran meeting was clouded in suspicion between Roosevelt and Churchill against Stalin.
The Tehran meeting discussed three key issues:
The possible entry of the Soviet Union in the war against Japan was also discussed.
The ‘Big Three’ also discussed the possible creation of an international organisation to be set-up after the war that would be responsible for maintaining peace in the world.
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