ポツダム会議の意義  [in Japanese] Potsudamu kaigi no igi  [in Japanese]

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間崎万里先生頌寿記念The Three-power conference was held at Potsdam between Winston Churchill for Great Britain, President Truman for the U.S.A., and Marshal Stalin for the U. S. S. R., to determine the future of Germany after defeated, and to fulfil the contracts of Yalta, for the ordinary diplomatic negotiations could not solve these problems. First of all, the conference provided a committee of foreign ministers, and the political principles to be followed towards defeated Germany. These problems and the economic principles were determined easily. They made effort to have the concrete solution of the details, but it was very difficult, because the disagreements between the Western allies and the Soviets had deepened. Especially, the former had felt that the Soviet's requests -to keep the security of socialists states- were imperialistic and the Western allies was eagered to check that requests. At last they entrusted the solutions of the details to the committee of the foreign ministers which was weaker than that conference in the power of solving the problems. In spite of the economic principle of the conference, that economically Germany should be only one unit the committee determined the devided administration of Germany, which became the important cause of the cold war.

The Three-power conference was held at Potsdam between Winston Churchill for Great Britain, President Truman for the U.S.A., and Marshal Stalin for the U. S. S. R., to determine the future of Germany after defeated, and to fulfil the contracts of Yalta, for the ordinary diplomatic negotiations could not solve these problems. First of all, the conference provided a committee of foreign ministers, and the political principles to be followed towards defeated Germany. These problems and the economic principles were determined easily. They made effort to have the concrete solution of the details, but it was very difficult, because the disagreements between the Western allies and the Soviets had deepened. Especially, the former had felt that the Soviet's requests -to keep the security of socialists states- were imperialistic and the Western allies was eagered to check that requests. At last they entrusted the solutions of the details to the committee of the foreign ministers which was weaker than that conference in the power of solving the problems. In spite of the economic principle of the conference, that economically Germany should be only one unit the committee determined the devided administration of Germany, which became the important cause of the cold war.

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  • Shigaku

    Shigaku 35(2・3), 185-210, 1962-12

    Keio University

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    110007409902
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN00100104
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • Article Type
    Journal Article
  • Journal Type
    大学紀要
  • ISSN
    03869334
  • NDL Article ID
    724023
  • NDL Source Classification
    ZG1(歴史・地理)
  • NDL Call No.
    Z8-319
  • Data Source
    NDL  NII-ELS  IR 
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