The Secret World War II Bretton Woods Conference

Not all the major battles in World War II were in Europe or the Pacific.  Some involved intense negotiations between the Allied nations – negotiations on what the post-war world would look like economically. The most significant was the secret Bretton Woods Conference of 1944.  It was a gathering of delegates from 44 nations from around the world.  They met in July in remote Bretton Woods, New Hampshire in the U.S.