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Revisiting the Far Eastern Agreement at Yalta:Ambassador Fu Bingchangs Record of EventsCN

Yee Wah Foo

Abstract:In 1945,the Soviet Union,the United States and the United Kingdom reached an a-greement concerning the war-time and post-war Far East affairs at Yalta.This agreement had very important effect on China.Fu Bingchang,Chinese ambassador to the Soviet Union,got some information about the Yalta summit but failed to have any knowledge of the contents of that confidential agreement.Fu’s work had some influence on Chiang Kai-shek’s policy to the Soviet Union.Since neither the Soviet Union nor the United States changed its policy before and after the Yalta summit,all the problems,such as conflicting interests and opposing strategies,showed themselves,hence the Cold War.In many aspects,the Cold War and the World War Ⅱ are causally related.Politicians declared an end to the War,but the fighting and problems in East Asia continued.
  • Series:

    (H) Education & Social Sciences; (F) Literature/ History/ Philosophy

  • Subject:

    World History

  • Classification Code:

    K152

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