During World War II, why were Tehran and Yalta significant?
Tehran, capital of Iran and Yalta located in the Crime are were very significant during World War II, because both locations were used as meeting points of conferences that were made during the war by the big three, where the leaders of the allied powers discussed about how was the war progressing and also discussed the plans after the war would be finished too.
Because of the sites of the Nazis camps.
Because sites of conferences held by the big three. the so called the big three is the Tehran,yalta and potsdam conferences.
Because they werethe host cities for conferences between the Allied Powers, and more specifically the US, USSR, and Great Britain.
During World War II, the Tehran and Yalta were significant significant because sites of conferences held by the Big Three . The so called the Big Three is The Tehran, Yalta and Potsdam Conferences. The answer is D, hope it helps.
I think the answer is because of the sites of the conferences held by the big three :))) i hope this be helpful
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Tehran and Yalta were EXTREMELY significant locations during World War II. The reason for this was because both places were the meeting points of conferences which were held during the war itself where the leaders of the allied powers would discuss about the progression of the war as well as the plans after the war would be finished too.
They were places where meeting of the big three allies were held