Summary of Catherine Grace Katz's The Daughters Of Yalta

March 19, 2022|
Summary of Catherine Grace Katz's The Daughters Of Yalta by Everest Media


Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 In 1945, the palace was transformed into a Soviet sanatorium for favored workers needing rest, quiet, and treatment for tuberculosis. The Nazis had stolen everything, even the brass doorknobs. #2 By late 1944, British and American forces had liberated Rome, Paris, Brussels, and Athens from German and Italian occupation. The Red Army had marched westward across Poland and Romania. The three leaders were facing complicated questions about the end of the war in Europe. #3 The leaders decided that the second conference would be held in the Mediterranean, but Stalin claimed his health was too fragile to travel any further than his own country’s borders. The western leaders reluctantly agreed to meet him in the Crimea. #4 The three leaders would gather at Yalta, and the Soviets had just three weeks to turn the ransacked villas into a site fit for one of the largest and most important international summits in history.

Title:Summary of Catherine Grace Katz's The Daughters Of Yalta
Format:Kobo ebook
Published:March 19, 2022
Publisher:Everest Media LLC
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781669354475

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