Sat. Jun 15th, 2024
Yalta, the Twilight of the Big Three

Hear how the Yalta Conference of 1945 - in which Franklin D Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin met to discuss Europe's post-war reorganisation - led to enmity.
What really happened in Yalta? For a week in February 1945, Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill, the leaders of the three great powers allied against Nazism, met to discuss the end of the war and the future of the world, during one of the most important international conferences of all time.
While on the ground, Americans, British and Soviets were fighting against Hitler, in the hushed salons of Yalta the Big Three with different interests and ambitions waged a merciless struggle. Because beyond their common enemy, the "big three" had different ambitions and interests, which they sometimes sought to preserve at all costs. Pressures, bluffs, secrets, espionage, intimidation: this film tells, based on the memories of the participants and their diaries, the captivating backstage of one of the greatest conferences of the 20th century.

Directed by: Emilie Lançon

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