World war ii q5

Road to World War 2 Courtney Kalinowski

  • National Socialist German Workers Party (Europe)

    National Socialist German Workers Party (Europe)
    Hitler joined a small political group that became the National Socialist German Workers Party or Nazi Party
  • Kellog-Briand Pact (Europe)

    Kellog-Briand Pact (Europe)
    By signing the Kellog-Briand Pact, Japan condemned war and pledged to solve all disagreements peacefully.
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    Great Depression

    (Picture 2)(Picture1)The Great Depression lasted from 1929 until the United States entered WW 2 in 1941
  • Black Tuesday

    Black Tuesday
    Black Tuesday was the first crash of the stock market that lead to the depression
  • Hawley-Smoot Tariff (America)

    Hawley-Smoot Tariff (America)
    Created Hawley-Smoot Tariff to protect American industries from foreign competitors
  • Take over of Manchuria (Europe)

    Take over of Manchuria (Europe)
    Manchuria was taken over by Japanese military
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    Nye Committee

    (Picture of Nye Committee)The Nye Committee was a committee in the United States Senate which studied the causes of United States involvement in World War I.
  • Cutting Tariffs (America)

    Cutting Tariffs (America)
    United States cuts tariffs on foreign goods to benefit trade and international relations
  • Neutrality Act (America)

    Neutrality Act (America)
    Created series of neutrality acts: Banneed the united states from providing weapons for countries at war
  • 2nd series of neutrality acts (America)

    2nd series of neutrality acts (America)
    Banned loans to such nations at war
  • Hitler Allied with Mussolini (Europe)

    Hitler Allied with Mussolini (Europe)
    Hitler allied with Mussolini creating the Rome-Berlin Axis
  • 3rd series of Neutrality Acts (America)

    3rd series of Neutrality Acts (America)
    Permitted trade with fighting nations in nonmilitary goods as long as those nations paid cash and transported the cargo themselves
  • Remaining isolationists (America)

    Remaining isolationists (America)
    United States remained isolationists protecting Atlantic and Pacific while other coutries were being taken over
  • End of the Civil War (Europe)

    End of the Civil War (Europe)
    The nationalists army finally took the Spanish Capital of Madrid and ended the civil war.
  • Control over Czechoslovakia (Europe)

    Control over Czechoslovakia (Europe)
    Hitler gained control over the western half of Czechoslovakia
  • Launch of the Blitzerkreig (Europe)

    Launch of the Blitzerkreig (Europe)
    Hitler slices through Netherlands, Belgium,and Luxemburg.
  • Invasion of Poland (Europe)

    Invasion of Poland (Europe)
    The war begins when Hitler invades Poland
  • War on Germany

    War on Germany
    Britian and France declare war on germany
  • Phony war ended (Europe)

    Phony war ended (Europe)
    The phony war came to an end as Hitler began a successful attack on Denmark and Norway
  • Crack of German Code (Europe)

    Crack of German Code (Europe)
    Britain scientists cracked the code that Germany used for top-secret communications
  • Limited Supplies (America)

    Limited Supplies (America)
    There were Limited supplies for Japan to buy from the United States
  • Bombing of London (Europe)

    Bombing of London (Europe)
    Hitler ordered massive bombing raids on London and other cities to try to break British peoples will to resist
  • Lend Lease (America)

    Lend Lease (America)
    Roosevelt proposes Lend-Lease program to aid the allies
  • Pearl Harbor (America)

    Pearl Harbor (America)
    Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
  • Declaring war on the United States (America)

    Declaring war on the United States (America)
    Germany and Italy declared war on the United States