Activities of the anti-Hitler coalition (activities and their meaning)

date Event Value
12 July 1941 Agreement between Great Britain and the USSR on Mutual Assistance and Support, a commitment not to conclude a separate peace with Germany Start of coalition building
August 2, 1941 Military-economic agreement with the United States  
September 29 – October 1, 1941 Conference of the USSR, USA and England, an agreement on the supply of weapons and military equipment to the USSR in exchange for raw materials; The Soviet Union was granted an interest-free loan of 1 billion dollars In the context of the seizure of a part of the military industry in the West and the evacuation of the rest to the East, military supplies played a certain role in the course of hostilities: the received equipment already participated in the battle near Moscow
January 1942 Signing of the United Nations Declaration by 26 countries: commitment to use all resources to fight against aggressors, rejection of separate peace treaties, protection of democracy and the right of peoples to sovereignty Creation of an international organization to join forces against the German bloc
May 1942 Treaty of the USSR and Great Britain on Alliance in War and Post-War Cooperation Confirmation of allied relations
June 1942 Lend-Lease Assistance Agreement with the USA Lend-Lease supplies of food and military equipment
January 1943 Meeting of Roosevelt and Churchill in Casablanca, an agreement on the landing operation in Italy and Greece Delayed opening in torogo front
August 1943 Establishment of diplomatic relations between the USSR and the French National Committee of Charles de Gaulle Soviet support for the Resistance movement in European countries, including France
November 28 – December 1, 1943 Tehran Conference of the USA, USSR and Great Britain It decided to open in torogo front in May 1944
4-11 February 1945 Yalta (Crimean) conference: discussion of the terms of Germany’s surrender and the post-war order Agreement on the entry of the USSR into the war with Japan 2-3 months after the defeat of Germany in exchange for the return of South Sakhalin and adjacent islands, the lease of Port Arthur, the receipt of the Kuril Islands
July 17 – August 2, 1945 Potsdam Conference of the Three Powers: Defining the Post-War World Order Determination of the terms of the peace treaty with Germany and the observance of the interests of the three powers following the results of the war


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