history timeline ch3

Timeline created by lokejo
In History
  • Confiscating part of China

    Japan confiscated Manchuria in Northeast China to make a large Asian colonial empire (not enough resources).
  • Hitler to power

    Hitler came to power.
  • Jews isolated

    The Jews became immensely isolated; not allowed to enter public places anymore.
  • Jew discrimination intensifies

    The Jewish discrimination intensified. Jews weren't allowed to marry someone with 'German blood'.
  • Friends

    Hitler signed a pact friendship with facist Italy. (axis which Europe should revolve around.)
  • Violation of Treaty of Versailles

    Hitler sent his troops to the Rhineland, on the French border. (violation). French and British did nothing; appeasement.
  • Japan Axis powers

    Japan joins the Axis powers. (Germany, Italy and Japan.)
  • Japan signed alliances

    Japan signed alliances with Germany and Italy and attacked the rest of China. (cruel).
  • Austria taken by Hitler

    March. Hitler threatened to invade Austria if the government didn't give the Nazi's power. Germany marched into Austria (warm welcome) and took it over.
  • Conference Munich

    September. A conference in Munich in which France and Italy where present; Czechoslovakia give up Sudetenland in return for peace from Hitler.
  • Letter (story) >Holocaust entry

    Herschel Grynszpan received a letter from his parents in Germany that were being exported in lorries.
  • Treaty Nonaggression

    Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union signed a treaty of nonaggression; Hitler prevents two-front war.
  • Persecution of Jews

    Nazis started persecuting Jews in the countries that they lived, they forcibly made the Jews leave the country and leave all their belongings behind.
  • A bomb for a bomb

    'Attack' on German radio station near Poland. (SS officers actually put in polish uniforms and planted dead bodies of prisoners in German uniforms)
  • Another occupied area

    April. Germany occupied Denmark and Norway. (Already in possession of Norway)
  • Invasion Netherlands

    The Eastern border was invaded in the morning by the Germans, their mission being to take the queen and government ministers prisoner to encourage surrender.
  • another Blitzkrieg

    Germany started a blitzkrieg against The Netherlands, Belgium and France. (Belgium surrender; 18 days. France surrender; 6 weeks.)
  • Fall of defence

    Central line of defence on the Grebbeberg in the middle of the country fell. (Netherlands)
  • Bombers Rotterdam

    Hitler became impatient and wanted The Netherlands to surrender faster; bombing Rotterdam.
  • German occupation

    Germany occupied The Netherlands.
  • Labour unions synchronized

    The labour unions were then headed by Nazi and had to propagate Nazi ideology. Netherlands.
  • Powerful enemy

    December. The US joined the British and Russians; Allies.
  • February strike & German retaliation Netherlands.

    February. People went of strike in Amsterdam and the Germans retaliated by killing 9 people and 3 strikers executed, together with members in the resistance cell (1st resistance to become Nazi victims.)
  • Skating fever

    The cause; Elfstedentocht
  • Jews fought back

    Jews were attacked by NSB members, so they fought back and killed a member. Netherlands.
  • Razzias

    Germans arrested 400 Jews in Razzias. (army chasing a group of people.) Netherlands.
  • Operation Barbarossa

    Hitler started the operation in which he wanted to destroy the Soviet Union and conquer 'lebensraum' in Russia.
  • Attack on Pearl harbor

    Japan aircrafts bombed Pearl Harbor (2500 death)
  • German still winning

    It still seemed like Germany was winning, even with the help of America.
  • Advantage air and sea

    The British and Americans started to gain the advantage on sea and in the air again.
  • The Holocaust

    Jews from everywhere were exported to concentration camps and murdered or expected to work to death.
  • Japan stopped

    The Japanese advance was stopped before the summer of 1942.
  • 1st Surrender

    Germany surrendered after being surrounded after they advanced into the south of the Soviet Union; Bloodiest battle in the world history. (turning point.)
  • Germans out of North Africa

    Germans out of North Africa and into South Italy.
  • No radios

    April. Dutch people needed to hand in their radios to prevent them from listening to the truth. Netherlands.
  • America bombing Japan

    America started bombing Japan, so they resorted to kamikazes.
  • Dday

    Americans and British started an invasion of Western Europe; Belgium and Southern Netherlands liberated.
  • Antwerp & Mad Tuesday

    Allies conquered Antwerp, that night they sent fake news that they were already in the Dutch border. 'mad tuesday'
  • Maastricht liberated

    Maastricht became the first large Dutch city to be liberated.
  • Attack on SS leader

    Hans Rauter SS leader was attacked (survived), as a result, 661 men and boys from Putten sent to concentration camps: 540 killed.
  • Red army invasion

    January. The red army invaded Germany. Hitler refused.
  • Total liberation

    The east and north of The Netherlands were liberated by Canadian troops.
  • Surrender and suicide

    After deep penetration in Germany by the Allies and RUSSIAN TAKING BERLIN IN, Hitler suicided.
  • German surrender accepted

    The German commander went to the Canadian commander and prince Bernhard in the hotel 'De Wereld' where he accepted the German surrender.
  • Capitualtion

    Germany signed capitulation.
  • Party

    The Allies entered the cities in the western part of the country and they held festivals; Dutch women getting impregnated by Canadian soldiers.
  • Japan forced surrender

    Japan was forced to surrender after the use of two atomic bombs.