World War II - Jenna Taylor & Michelle Perritt By mperritt11 Sep 1, 1931 Chapter 17 Section 3 Occupation of Manchuria Japan occupies Manchuria. Jan 1, 1933 Chapter 17 Section 1 Hitler's Promotion The elderly president Hindenburg made Hitler head of the German government. Apr 1, 1934 Chapter 17 section 1 Hitler becomes President Hitler became both the head of German government and president. Mar 7, 1936 Chapter 17 Section 1 Troops enter Rhineland German troops enterd the Rhineland, a region in Western Germany. Sep 1, 1936 Chapter 17 Section 1 Rally of Nuremberg German dictator Adolf Hitler called hundreds of thousands of his followers to a week-long rally in the German city of Nuremberg. Jul 1, 1937 Chapter 17 Section 3 Sino-Japanese war Sino-Japense war begins. Jun 1, 1938 Chapter 18 Section 3 New polices Nazis inacted new polices to make life for the Jews more difficult. Mar 1, 1939 Chapter 17 Section 1 Ending of the Civil War Nationalist army finally took the spanish capital of madrid and ended the Civil War. Mar 1, 1939 Chapter 17 Section 2 Occupation of Czecchoslovakia Hitler occupied the western half of Czechoslovakia and divided the rest of the country among his allies. Sep 1, 1939 Chapter 17 Section 2 Hilter invades Poland Hitler invaided Poland Sep 3, 1939 Chapter 17 Section 2 War on Germany Britain and France declare war on Germany. Apr 9, 1940 Chapter 17 Section 2 Phony war comes to an end Phony war came to an end as Hitler began a successful attack on Denmark and Norway. Jun 1, 1940 Chapter 17 Section 2 Frace surrenders France surrenders to Germany. Jun 1, 1940 Chapter 17 Section 4 France falls France fell to the Germans and Hitler prepared to invade Britain. Sep 1, 1940 Chapter 17 Section 3 Japan moves troops Japan moves troops into French Indochina. Sep 1, 1940 Chapter 17 Section 3 Tripartite pact Japan allied itself with Germany and Italy through the Tripartite Pact. Sep 2, 1940 Chapter 17 Section 4 USA sends destroyers USA agreed to send 50 old destroyers to Britian in return for permission to build basses on British territory on the western hemisphere. Nov 1, 1940 Chapter 17 Section Roosevelt Re-election Roosevelt won re-election for the third term as President. Apr 1, 1941 Chapter 17 Section 3 Neutraility Act Japense signed a Neutraility act with the Soviet Union. Apr 1, 1941 Chapter 18 Section 1 OPA OPA was established by an executive order job to control inflation by limiting prices and events. Jun 25, 1941 Chapter 18 Section 5 Order 8802 President signed executive order 8802 opening jobs and job training programs in defense plants to all Americans without discrimination of race creed, color or nation oregin. Dec 1, 1941 Chapter 18 Section 2 U.S. enters the war The U.S. enters the war and it was a critical time for the allies. Dec 7, 1941 Chapter 17 Section 4 Pearl Harbor Japan attacks Pearl Harbor. Dec 11, 1941 Chapter 17 Section 4 Italy declares war Germany and Italy declared war on the United States. Jan 1, 1942 Chapter 18 Section 1 WPB The government set up the WPB which converted industries to produce war goods. Jan 1, 1942 Chapter 18 Section 3 Gas Chamber Nazi opened a specialy designed gas chamber made to look like a shower room at the Auschwitz camp in Western Poland. Feb 19, 1942 Chapter 18 Section 5 Oder 9066 President Roosevelt signed executive order 9066 authorized secretary or war to establish military zones on the west coast and remove any person from the west zones. Jun 1, 1942 Chapter 18 Section 4 Battle of Midway Battle of Midway. Sep 1, 1942 Chapter 18 Section 2 Battle of Stalingrad Battle of Stalingrad begins. Mar 1, 1943 Chapter 18 Section 1 Victory Gardens Victory gardens were vegtable gardens planted to ass to the home food supply and replace farm produce sent to feed the soldiers. May 1, 1943 Chapter 18 Section 1 James F. Byrnes The president appointed James F. Byrnes, a long time member of congress and a close presidential advisor. May 1, 1943 Chapter 18 Section 5 Jack Sprat Coffee House Core organized its first sit in called the Jack Sprat Coffee House. Jun 1, 1943 Chapter 18 Section 1 Smith-Connally Act Congress passd the Smith-Connally act limiting future strike activity. Jun 1, 1943 Chapter 18 Section 5 Race riot A race riot in detroit killed 34 people and caused millions of dollars of damage. Jun 28, 1943 Chapter 18 Section 2 Bombing of Hamburg Fire bombing Hamburg. Jan 1, 1944 Chapter 18 Section 3 War Refugee Roosevelt created war refugee board to try to help people threatend by the Nazis. Jun 6, 1944 Chapter 18 Section 2 D-Day D-Day Feb 1, 1945 Chapter 18 Section 4 Battle of Iwojima Battle of Iwojima. Mar 1, 1945 Chapter 18 Section 5 Government allowed Japense to leave The government allowed Japense America to leave the camps. Apr 1, 1945 Chapter 18 Section 2 Capturing of Berlin Soviet Union captures Berlin. Apr 1, 1945 Chapter 18 Section 4 Battle of Okinawa Battle of Okinawa. Apr 6, 1945 Chapter 18 Section 4 Hiroshima bombing Bombing of Hiroshima. Apr 9, 1945 Chapter 18 Section 4 Nagasaki bombing Bombing of Nagasaki. Nov 1, 1945 Chapter 18 Section 3 Nuremberg Trials International military Trieunal composed of members selected by the UNited States, Great Britain, Soviet Union and France conducted the Nuremberg Trails. Nov 9, 1948 Chapter 18 Section 3 Nazis destroyed Jewish things Nazi thugs threw out Germany and Austria looted and destroyed Jewish stores, houses and synagogues.