Just months following the declaration of surrender in Europe in World War Two, on July 20, 1945, the Bretton Woods agreement was approved by the U.S. Congress. Over 700 delegates from all 44 Allied nations met to discuss the financial order and monetary issues of post-war Europe. The economic agreement was also designed to facilitate reconstruction in Europe, while also supporting political stabilty and peace. It was a landmark agreement, despite the longevity in implementing it throught the United Nations.
Today In History- July 20
The U.S. Congress approves the Bretton Woods Agreement.
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