Moscow Conference, 1943

   The Moscow Conference was a meeting of the foreign ministers of Great Britain, the United States, and the Soviet Union in 1943 where it was agreed that an international organization should be established to maintain peace in the postwar world. Attended by Cordell Hull, the conference also secured Joseph Stalin’s agreement to enter the war against Japan once the Nazis were defeated in Europe.

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