History timeline

  • Hitler Appointed Chancellor

    Hitler Appointed Chancellor
    On the evening of January 30, just about every member of the SA and SS turned out in uniform to celebrate the new Führer-Chancellor, Adolf Hitler.
  • Neutrality Act

    Neutrality Act
    Approved, August 31, 1935.Providing for the prohibition of the export of arms, ammunition, and implements of war to belligerent countries; the prohibition of the transportation of arms, ammunition, and implements of war by vessels of the United States for the use of belligerent states; for the registration and licensing of persons engaged in the business of manufacturing, exporting, or importing arms, ammunition, or implements of war; and restricting travel by American citizens on belligerent sh
  • The great terror

    The great terror
    The leader Stalin Joesph.
  • Spanish Civil War

    Spanish Civil War
    The Spanish Civil War has been dubbed "the first media war", with several writers and journalists covering it wanting their work "to support the cause"
  • Nazi-Soviet Non-Agression Pact

    Nazi-Soviet Non-Agression Pact
    In 1939, Adolf Hitler was preparing for war. Though he was hoping to acquire Poland without force (as he had annexed Austria the year before),he planned ahead and made a pact with the Soviets - the Nazi-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact.
  • Lend-Lease Act

    Lend-Lease Act
    The Lend-Lease Act was approved in March 11, 1941 by the Congress. This act gave President Roosevelt almost unlimited freedom in directing supplies, tanks, aircraft and ammunition to the war effort in Europe without sacrificing US neutrality at that time. One of the aspects of the Lend Lease Act were SAM ships, Liberty ships lent to Britain.
  • Pearl Harbor

    Pearl Harbor
    The e attack on Pearl Harbor (or Hawaii Operation, Operation Z, as it was called by the Japanese Imperial General Headquarters, and Battle of Pearl Harbor by some Americans)[6] was an unannounced military strike conducted by the Japanese navy against the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on the morning of December 7, 1941
  • Selective Service Act

    Selective Service Act
    The Selective Service Act or Selective Draft Act (P.L. 65-12, 40 Stat. 76) was passed by the Congress of the United States on May 18, 1917. It was envisioned in December 1916 and brought to President Woodrow Wilson's attention shortly after the break in relations with Germany in February 1917.