Between War and Peace: The Potsdam Conference by Herbert Feis

This book provides a detailed account of the Potsdam Conference, a crucial event in world history that took place in the summer of 1945. It explores the interactions and negotiations between the three most powerful men of that time - Winston Churchill, Harry Truman, and Joseph Stalin - who were tasked with deciding the fate of post-WWII Europe. The book also delves into the political dynamics, personal conflicts, and the profound implications of the decisions made during this conference.

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