World War 2

  • Paris Peace Conferents

    Paris Peace Conferents
    Click here for more infoThe Allied powers met up at the palace of versille to create the Treaty of Versille ending WW 1. The Treaty created the leauge of Nations that suppost to keep the peace after WW 1
  • Nine Power Treaty

    Nine Power Treaty
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    A Treaty signed in Wasington D.C. by China and the United States, Great Britain, Japan, Italy, France, Belgium, Portugal, and the Netherlands, who agreed to respect the sovereignty, independence, and territorial and administrative integrity of China.
  • Mussolini takes over Italy's Government

    Mussolini takes over Italy's Government
    Click here for more infoMussolini created fascists to replace the old government
  • Beer Hall Putsch Pact

    Beer Hall Putsch Pact
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    The Beer Hall Putsch was event were the Nazi Party lead a coalition group in an attempt a coup d'etat
  • Kellogg-Briand Pact

    Kellogg-Briand Pact
    click here for more info A Treaty between the U.N., the President of the German Reich, And the leaders of Belgians, French Republic, Great Britain, Ireland and the British Dominions beyond the Seas, India, Italy, japan, Republic of Poland, Czechoslovak Republic.
  • U.S. Stock Market Crash

    U.S. Stock Market Crash
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    a sudden dramatic decline of stock prices across a significant cross-section of a stock market, resulting in a significant loss of paper wealth.
  • Japan Invades Manchuria

    Japan Invades Manchuria
    click here for more info this was an attempt by the Japanese Empire to gain control over the whole province, in order to eventually encompass all of East Asia.
  • Nazi's reach a political majority in Germany

    Nazi's reach a political majority in Germany
    cilck here for more infothey saw great gains by the Nazi Party, Which for the first time become the largest party in parilament, through without winning a majority.
  • Battle of Britain

    Battle of Britain
    German and British air forces clashed in the skies over the United Kingdom, locked in the largest sustained bombing campaign to that date.
  • Hitler becomes Germany's Chancellor

    Hitler becomes Germany's Chancellor
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    Hitler's meteoric rise to prominence in Germany, spurred largely by the German people's frustration with dismal economic conditions and the still-festering
  • Japan withdraws form the league of nations

    Japan  withdraws form the league of nations
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    The league of nations blamed Japan for the invasion of Manchuria and demaned they give it back to china, and were blamed for many other things.
  • First Anti-Semitic law is passed in Germany

    First Anti-Semitic law is passed in Germany
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    the persecution of Jews represented a central tenet of Nazi ideology. In their 25-point Party Program, published in 1920, Nazi party members publicly declared their intention to segregate Jews from "Aryan" society and to abrogate Jews' political, legal, and civil rights.
  • Rohm Purge

    Rohm Purge
    ridding the Nazi Party of those he distrusted, together with anti-Nazi figures within Germany and members of his paramilitary wing - See more at: http://www.historyinanhour.com/2010/06/29/night-of-the-long-knives-summary/#sthash.pYQ3q0nZ.dpuf
  • Hitler openly announces his defiance to the Treaty of Versailles

    Hitler openly announces his defiance to the Treaty of Versailles
    clicl here for more infoHitler had been secrealty been buliding up his army.
  • Italy invades Ethiopia

    Italy invades Ethiopia
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    the Fascist leader of Italy, had adopted Adolf Hitler's plans to expand German territories by acquiring all territories it considered German. Mussolini followed this policy when he invaded Abyssinia (now Ethiopia)
  • Hitler Militarizes the Rhineland

    Hitler Militarizes the Rhineland
    click here for more infoHitler had broken the Treaty of Versailles by Industrilalizing the Rihneland
  • Rome-Berlin Axis

    Rome-Berlin Axis
    click here for more infoAn alliance between Germany and Italy
  • Germany annexes Austria

    Germany annexes Austria
    cilck here for more infoGerman troops march into Austria to annex the German-speaking nation for the Third Reich.
  • Hitler demands the Sudetenland from Czechoslovakia

    Hitler demands the Sudetenland from Czechoslovakia
    click here for more info, Neville Chamberlain and Edouard Daladier agreed that Germany could have the Sudetenland. In return, Hitler promised not to make any further territorial demands in Europe. in hope to avioad war
  • Munich Conference

    Munich Conference
    more info Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, French Premier Edouard Daladier, and British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain sign the Munich Pact, which seals the fate of Czechoslovakia, virtually handing it over to Germany in the name of peace. Upon return to Britain, Chamberlain would declare that the meeting had achieved "peace in our time."
  • Franco becomes dictator of Spain

    Franco becomes dictator of Spain
    more infoDuring the Spanish Civil War, General Francisco Franco is named head of the rebel Nationalist government in Spain. It would take more than two years for Franco to defeat the Republicans in the civil war and become ruler of all of Spain. He subsequently served as dictator until his death in 1975.
  • Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact

    Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact
    more infoThe Government of the German Reich and The Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics desirous of strengthening the cause of peace between Germany and the U.S.S.R., and proceeding from the fundamental provisions of the Neutrality Agreement concluded in April, 1926 between Germany and the U.S.S.R., have reached the following Agreement:
  • Nazi invades Poland

    Nazi invades Poland
    more infosome 1.5 million German troops invade Poland all along its 1,750-mile border with German-controlled territory. Simultaneously, the German Luftwaffe bombed Polish airfields, and German warships and U-boats attacked Polish naval forces in the Baltic Sea. Nazi leader Adolf Hitler claimed the massive invasion was a defensive action
  • Lend Lease Act

    Lend Lease Act
    more infothis act set up a system that would allow the United States to lend or lease war supplies to any nation deemed "vital to the defense of the United States."
  • Operation Barbarossa

    Operation Barbarossa
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    n 1941, over 3 million German troops invade Russia in three parallel offensives, in what is the most powerful invasion force in history. Nineteen panzer divisions, 3,000 tanks, 2,500 aircraft, and 7,000 artillery pieces pour across a thousand-mile front as Hitler goes to war on a second front. this also broke the pact made between Germany and Russia
  • Pearl Harbor Bombing

    Pearl Harbor Bombing
    more info hundreds of Japanese fighter planes attacked the American naval base at Pearl Harbor near Honolulu, Hawaii. The barrage lasted just two hours, but it was devastating: The Japanese managed to destroy nearly 20 American naval vessels, including eight enormous battleships, and almost 200 airplanes. More than 2,000 Americans soldiers and sailors died in the attack, and another 1,000. this was the act that caused the U.S to join the war.
  • Wannsee Conference

    Wannsee Conference
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    Reinhard Heydrich, Himmler's second in command of the SS, convened the Wannsee Conference in Berlin with 15 top Nazi bureaucrats to coordinate the Final Solution (Endlösung) in which the Nazis would attempt to exterminate the entire Jewish population of Europe, an estimated 11 million persons.
  • Doolittle Raid

    Doolittle Raid
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    This was the first U.S. air strik on Japanese home islands during WWII.
  • Battle of Midway

    Battle of Midway
    [more info](one of the most decisive U.S. victories in its war against Japan--comes to an end. In the four-day sea and air battle, the outnumbered U.S. Pacific Fleet succeeded in destroying four Japanese aircraft carriers with the loss of only one of its own, the Yorktown, thus reversing the tide against the previously invincible Japanese navy.)one of the most decisive U.S. victories in its war against Japan--comes to an end. In the four-day sea and air battle, the outnumbered U.S. Pacific Fleet succeeded in destroying four Japanese aircraft carriers with the loss of only one of its own, the Yorktown, thus reversing the tide against the previously invincible Japanese navy.
  • Battle of Stalingrad

    Battle of Stalingrad
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    In the Battle of Stalingrad, Soviet forces surrounded and crushed an entire German army under General Friedrich Paulus, emulating Hannibal’s encirclement and destruction of a Roman army under Aemilius Paulus in 216 B.C. For both sides, and many people consedet this was the battle that was a turning point in the war
  • V-J Day

    V-J Day
    mor infothe USS Missouri hosts the formal surrender of the Japanese government to the Allies. Victory over Japan was celebrated back in the StatesAs Japanese troops finally surrendered to Americans on the Caroline, Mariana, and Palau islands, representatives of their emperor and prime minister were preparing to formalize their capitulation. In Tokyo Bay, aboard the Navy battleship USS Missouri,
  • D-Day and Operation Overlord

    D-Day and Operation Overlord
    more infothe Battle of Normandy, which lasted from June 1944 to August 1944, resulted in the Allied liberation of Western Europe from Nazi Germany’s control. Codenamed Operation Overlord, the battle began on June 6, 1944, also known as D-Day, when some 156,000 American, British and Canadian forces landed on five beaches along a 50-mile stretch of the heavily fortified coast of France’s Normandy region. The invasion was one of the largest amphibious military assaults in history
  • Operation Valkyrie

    Operation Valkyrie
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    an attempted assassination on Hitler
  • Battle of the Bulge

    Battle of the Bulge
    more infothe Germans launch the last major offensive of the war, Operation Mist, also known as the Ardennes Offensive and the Battle of the Bulge, an attempt to push the Allied front line west from northern France to northwestern Belgium. The Battle of the Bulge, so-called because the Germans created a "bulge" around the area of the Ardennes forest in pushing through the American defensive line, was the largest fought on the Western front.
  • Adolf Hitler commits suicide

    Adolf Hitler commits suicide
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    With the end of World War II imminent and the Russians nearing his underground bunker under the Chancellery building in Berlin, Germany, Nazi leader Adolf Hitler shot himself in the head with his pistol, likely after swallowing cyanide, ending his own life
  • V-E Day

    V-E Day
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    VE Day officially announced the end of World War Two in Europe.
  • Little Boy Dropped

    Little Boy Dropped
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    This was a bombing of a Japanese city called Hiroshima
    the bomb itself was atomic bomb and caused great damage this also killing thoursands
  • Fat Man Dropped

    Fat Man Dropped
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    the fat man to was an atomic bomb that was drop over the city Nagasaki in Japan this to caused great damage. killig thousands
  • .Japanese War Crime Trials

    .Japanese War Crime Trials
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    In Tokyo, Japan, the International Military Tribunals for the Far East begins hearing the case against 28 Japanese military and government officials accused of committing war crimes and crimes against humanity during World War II.
  • Nuremberg Trials

    Nuremberg Trials
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    After the war, some of those responsible for crimes committed during the Holocaust were brought to trial. Nuremberg, Germany, was chosen as a site for trials that took place in 1945 and 1946. Judges from the Allied powers -- Great Britain, France, the Soviet Union, and the United States -- presided over the hearings of twenty-two major Nazi criminals.