Events the happend

  • League of Nations founded

    League of Nations founded
    was an intergovernmental organization founded as a result of the Paris Peace Conference that ended the First World War.
  • thousand of jewish.

    thousand of jewish.
    100 Jews were killed, 26,000 sent to concentration camps jews find 1 billion marks , blamed for the demage
  • Germany Attack poland

    Germany Attack poland
    The German attack was code-named Operation White (Fall Weiss).The attack on Poland started at 04.45 hours when blitzkrieg tore through the Polish military and by the end of the month Poland had surrendered to the Germans and the country was occupied.
  • Stalingrad

    On June 22, 1941, four million troops poured over the Russian border. Within one month, over two and half million Russians had been killed, wounded or captured. The Germans made tremendous advances into Russia – into portions of Moscow, Leningrad, and Stalingrad.
  • Pearl Harbor

    Pearl Harbor
    U.S Pacific fleer
    20 warships, 200 aircraft destroyed 2,400 Americans killed
  • the deportation

    the deportation
    he deportation of Jews from Lublin to Belzec begins. General MacArthur arrives in Australia from the Philippines.
  • the Doolittle Raid

    16 American Bombers attacked tokyo. did not major damge to japan did give americans something.
  • D-Day

    101st Airborne parachutted behind enemy lines. 150,000 allied troops carried across The English Channel. they were ked by Omar Bradley.
  • FDR Dies

    FDR Dies
    FDR dies suddenly & vice president,Harry truman takes over
  • Hitler commits suicide

    Hitler commits suicide
    The first inkling to the outside world that Hitler was dead came from the Germans themselves. On 1 May, the Reichssender
  • marked the Formal end of war in europe

    marked the Formal  end of war in europe
    they decided the end of war in europe.
  • demanded jappanese surrender

    demanded jappanese surrender
    prompt and uttler destruction
  • Hiroshima and Nagasaki

    Hiroshima and Nagasaki
    The Japanese fought on even after the war in Europe ended. Truman decided to use the newly developed atomic bomb to end the war quickly and prevent more U.S. casualties. The Enola Gay dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan on August 6, 1945, killing about 78,000 people and injuring 100,000 more. On August 9, a second bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, Japan, killing another 40,000 p
  • Women could now vote and were enjoying more freedom.

    Women could now vote and were enjoying more freedom.
    In 1928, the right to vote was extended to everyone over 21 years of age