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First visit of Stalin with President Truman at Potsdam Conference

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First visit of Soviet Prime Minister Josef Stalin with President Harry S. Truman during the Potsdam Conference. They are at the "Little White House," the residence of President Truman during the conference. Foreground, left to right: Soviet Foreign Minister Vyascheslav Molotov; Secretary of State James F. Byrnes; Charles Bohlen, President Truman's interpreter; President Truman; Admiral William D. Leahy; V. N. Pavlov, Stalin's interpreter; Prime Minister Stalin. In the background, behind Secretary Byrnes, are Major General Harry Vaughan (left) and Press Secretary Charles Ross (second from left). Standing behind Admiral Leahy, partly obscured, is Captain James Vardaman. From Potsdam album, 1945.
July 17, 1945