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  1. In 1945, the Big Three (British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, Soviet Premier Josef Stalin, and American President Franklin D. Roosevelt) met to discuss the postwar division of Europe. The meeting did not go well, but it did lay the foundation for what would become:
    the United Nations (UN)
  2. In June 1946, a UN-appointed commission completed a plan for the elimination of nuclear weapons based on inspectors who would travel the globe to ensure no country was making atomic bombs and to supervise the dismantling of existing weapons. Unfortunately, the plan was vetoed by _______.
    the Soviet Union
  3. In June 1946, a UN-appointed commission completed a plan for the elimination of nuclear weapons based on inspectors who would travel the globe to ensure no country was making atomic bombs. Unfortunately, the plan was vetoed by the Soviet Union, resulting in:
    almost five decades of cold war

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