World War II

By mamkl95
  • Germany's Anschluss with Austria

    Germany's Anschluss with Austria
    Annexed Austria into a greater Germany
    Schuschnigg hoped that f he agredd with Germany it would stop them from invading.
  • Hitler's Annexation of Czechoslovia

    Hitler's Annexation of Czechoslovia
    Hitler took over Czechoslovia to regain the Sudeten land that had been lost in the Treaty of Versailles
    The British and French met with Hitler to sign the Sudeten land over to Germany.
  • The Munich Pact

    The Munich Pact
    Pact signed by Great Britain, France, Italy, and Germany
    Sudetenland was given back to Germany
  • Germany's Annexation of the Sudetenland

    Germany's Annexation of the Sudetenland
    The successful annexation of Austria fueled Adolf Hitler's ambition
    Starting in 1938, the Nazi propaganda machine fabricated false stories of the three million ethnic Germans being oppressed in Czechoslovakia, and demanded to gain control of these lands.
  • The Nazi-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact

    The Nazi-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact
    German foreign minister contacted the Soviets to arrange a deal
    Arranged two pacts. The economic agreement and the Nazi-Soviet non-agression act
  • Germany's Invasion of Poland

    Germany's Invasion of Poland
    Poland was still fighting with canons and riding horses. They didn't stand a chance against Germany
    Hitler wants to regain lost German territory
  • The Phony War

    The Phony War
    In this time Hitler prepares his army to fight and invade Scandonavia
  • The Miracle at Dunkirk

    The Miracle at Dunkirk
    More than 300,000 troops were evacuated from Dunkirk
    The escape captured the minds and hearts of the British people at a time when it looked probable that we too would soon be invaded.
  • The Fall of France

    The Fall of France
    The German offensive quickly overwhelmed Dutch forces, and the bombing of Rotterdam persuaded the Netherlands to surrender.
    Just four days into the invasion German troops crossed the Meuse river, and had broken through the French lines
  • The Battle of Britain

    The Battle of Britain
    Thousands of pilots and air crews engaged in battle in the skies above Britain, Germany, and the English Channel
    "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few." Winston Churchill