Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer. 1860 - 1985. Documentary Films. 1914 - 1944. THE YALTA CONFERENCE

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Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer. 1860 - 1985. Documentary Films. 1914 - 1944. THE YALTA CONFERENCE

1945

Reel 1, Gens. Wood, Smith, Marshall, and Somervell deplane in Malta; British Gen. Alexander, Adms. King and Cunningham, Amb. Harriman, and Anthony Eden debark from a ship. Churchill salutes as Pres. Roosevelt debarks. The allied leaders enplane for Yalta after a conference. Molotov greets FDR, Churchill, Stettinius, Eden, and Hopkins as they deplane in Yalta. A Soviet honor guard is inspected. Stalin arrives at the conference site. Reel 2, FDR, Churchill, and Stalin pose. Shows views of Sevastopol. FDR entertains Churchill, Haile Selassie, Ibn Saud, and King Farouk aboard ship; Amb. Winant, Adm. Leahy, and Hopkins are present. FDR addresses Congress on the conference.

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