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  • Kristallnacht

    It was the night when Germany night police also known as Nazis went into Jewish homes. The Nazis destroyed their homes and arrested men, women, and children.
  • Wannsee Conference

    A conference where Nazi officals met to decide and construct a plan of elimenation of the Jewish race in Europe. The plan consisted of building death camps aslo known as concentration camps to use to destroyed the race.
  • Casablanca Conference

    January 14 thru 24, 1943 was the first Alied conference between Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin but Stalin decline the invitation. It set basis and direction for the rest of the war, and most importantly, it established tems of unconditional surrender.
  • Stalingrad

    It was the main point for Germany to take so that they could get farther into Russia to try to take over Russias land. Russia withheld the Germanys attack and force Germanys back to Russias border.
  • Italy declares War on Germany

    The government declares war on it's Axis partner Germany and joins the battle on the side of Allies. Mussolini lost power and Badoglio is now in power and decides to take the to fight to Germany.
  • Anzio Ivasion

    American and British forces storm Italys beach of Anzio. Germany resistence was so light that the allies were able to gain more land with more time.
  • Operation Overlord

    The allied expeditionary force cross th English Channel towards the coast of France. The allied forces landed on Utah beach, Omaha beach, Sword beach and Juno beach to attack the German forces that withheld the beaches.
  • Liberation of Paris

    The Liberation of Paris asl known as Battle of Paris took place during WW2 from August 19 until the surrender of the occupying German garrison on the 25 of August. It is accounted as the last battle in the Campaign for Nrmandy and the transition conclusion of the Allied invasion breakout in Operation Overlord into a board- fronted general.
  • Battle of th Bulge

    Germany launched a counterattack against allie sources in Belgium and Luxembourg. The German attack force the U.S. army back forming a bulge in their line.
  • Yalta Conference

    Conference to plan a strategy to capture and defeat Germany. Germany would be split into four sections in each section will be control by a allie nation.
  • V-E Day

    When fighting came to the end in Europe the last of the German troops had surrender. American soldiers and civilians celebrated V-E day (Victory in Europe Day).
  • Nuremburg Trials

    November 1945 of the 24 Nazi defendants only 12 received the death sentence. The trails established the important principle that individual must be responsible for thier own actions and the judge did not respond to any Nazis allegations.