Representatives of the Anti-Fascist Coalition Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin in Yalta (1st Ⅱ 1945)
ANTIFASISTIC COALITION (1941 – 1945) – an alliance of states, liberation movements and organizations that fought against the forces of the Tripartite Pact in World War II. On July 12, 1941, the governments of Great Britain and the USSR in Moscow signed an agreement that obligated them for mutual assistance in the war and did not conclude a separate truce without the consent of the other party. On 2 Ⅷ 1941 and the United States confirmed that they are joining the two Forces. Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Winston Spencer Churchill published the Atlantic Charter (14th of 1941) on the right of every nation to choose the form of government and to return all the rights of nations to which the Representatives of the Anti-Fascist Coalition Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin in Yalta (1 Ⅱ 1945) were taken away. On 24 September 1941, the Charter was signed by ten countries, including the governments of Yugoslavia and Greece. Twenty states on 1. Ⅰ 1942 signed a United Nations Declaration obliging them to use all their resources, military and economic, against the States members of the Tripartite Pact and their allies, and that with hostile states they would not conclude a separate truce or peace. T. Ch.