World War 2 By: Danielle and Christine

  • Death Camps

    Between 1933-1945. Nazi Germany established about 20,000 camps to imperison its many millions of victims
  • Nuremburg Laws

    Adolf Wagner the part representative at the conference, argrues that such actions would cease, once government decided on a firm policy against the jews
  • Kristallnacht

    "Night of Chrystals" is often reffered to as the "Night of Broken Glass"
  • St. Louis Affair

    Jews who remained had a difficult time leaving country because immigrationpolicies hade been tough
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    German Invasion of Poland

    Germans invaded Poland from the north, south, and west
  • Philippines

    On this day, the Germans invaded the Philippines and seized Guam
  • Wannsee Conference

    Heydrich summond fourteen men representing the governmental and military branches most involed in implementing the practical aspects of the final solution
  • Stalingrad

    Started August 23, 1942 Ended Febuary 2,1943
    Major and decisive battle of ww2 in which Nazi germany for control of the city of stalingrad in south western soviet union
  • Invastion of North Africa

    Started November 1942 Ended December 1942
    Between U.S troops on the west and British troops on the east
  • Sicily Invastion

    Started November 8, 1942 Ended May 13, 1943
    U.S and Great britian success fully drove german and itatlin troops from sicily and prepaid to assault and italian mainland
  • Invastion of Italy

    Started September 3, 1943 Ended September 16, 1943
    following the defeat of the axis powers in north afruca, there was disagreement between allies as to what the next step
  • Fall of Rome

    Roman Empire in western europe centalised super state which had been in existerce
  • D-Day

    160,00 allied troops landed along a 50 mils stretch of heavly- fortified costline to fight Nazi Germany on the beaches of Normandy
  • Battle of the Bulge

    Started December 16, 1944 Ended January 25, 1945
    Major German offensive launched through the densely forested ardennes region of belgium and france
  • VE- Day

    Victory for allies in WW2
  • Enola Gay

    Started May 18, 1945 ended July 24, 1946
    Boeing B-29 super fortress bomber, named for Enola Gay tibbets, mpther of the piolet colonel Paul Tibbets, Who selected the aircraft while it was still assembly line
  • Fire boming of Tokyo

    U.S mounted a small-scale raid on tokyo in april 1942,with large effects in morale
  • Trinity Test

    Trinity was the code name for the first cletonationof a neclear device
  • Nagasaki

    2 Events are the only ones used of neclear weapons in war to date
  • Hiroshima

    2 events are the only used of neclear weapons in war to date