Churchill, President Harry S. Truman,& Premier Joseph Stalin meeting at the Potsdam Conference on 18 July 1945. Nazi Germany, which had agreed to unconditional surrender weeks earlier, on 8 May (V-E Day).- Colourised
British armored columns pass by the reviewing stand during the British victory parade in Berlin, Germany during the Potsdam Conference. British Prime Minister Winston Churchill is in the reviewing stand.
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill passes the parade of Bren carriers belonging to the Canadian contingent during the British Victory parade in Berlin, Germany. Prime Minister Churchill has just arrived to attend the Potsdam Conference.
The Potsdam Conference of victorious Allies in July, 1945, brought the Soviet Union’s commitment to entering the war against Japan. The result was a Soviet occupation of northern Korea and Korea’s partition along the 38th parallel.