I have to write a paper on why the soviets are to blame for the cold war (just the soviets-not anythings about why the us was to blame) and I keep reading about the yalta conference and that stalin refused to allow free elections in Eastern Europe.but i don't understand how it relates to the cold war. did it escalate tension or something?

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  1. See this thread:

    posted by Writeacher
  2. Yes, the Yalta Conference and Stalin's refusal to allow free elections was a part of the reason for the Cold War. Check these sites for other reasons.


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