World War II

  • Archduke Franz Ferdinand

    Archduke Franz Ferdinand
    Franz Ferdinand was born on December 18, 1863 in Austria. He was like the prince of Austria as well. This guy was the leader or had a part of World War I.
  • Adolf Hitler Bio

    Adolf Hitler Bio
    Adolf Hitler was born in Austria in 1889. He had a not so good family life. The Hitler family had a middle class house and lived beside a cemetery. His brother died with the measles and was buried beside of his bedroom window.
  • More Pictures from Adolf as a child

    More Pictures from Adolf as a child
  • Archduke Franz Ferdinand

    Archduke Franz Ferdinand
    Archduke Franz Ferdinand died on June 28, 1914 because of assassination.
  • Treaty of Versailles

    Treaty of Versailles
    This was one of the peace treaties at the end of World War II. It ended World War 2 between the Allies and Germany. This was signed and made official on June 28th of 1919.
  • Beer Hall Putsch

    Beer Hall Putsch
    The Beer Hall Putsch was people including Hitler and the Nazi Party who tried to over through the Weimar Republic
  • President Von Hindenburg

    President Von Hindenburg
    President Von Hindenburg was a military officer, political leader, and a politician. He was Germany's second president from 1925-1934. Von Hindenburg died later in 1934.
  • Hitler coming in Power

    Hitler coming in Power
    Hitler was wanting to come into power. Adolf was a good speaker so he lured people in. He promised many people a better life. He wanted almost everyone to commit that he would be a good leader. Once he was in there he was no good.
  • Pictures from the Holocaust Museum

    Pictures from the Holocaust Museum
  • Nuremberg Race Laws

    Nuremberg Race Laws
    The Nuremberg Race Laws was where the Nazis got together to talk about citizenship and more government issues.
  • Concentration Camps

    Concentration Camps
    When the Germans invaded Poland in September 1939, there were six concentration camps. These camps were to detain the people under harsh conditions.
  • Pearl Harbor

    Pearl Harbor
    It was on site of a U.S. Navy base. On December 7, 1941, bombers, planes, and torpedo planes attacked the United States. This was located in Hawaii. This is what brought the United States into WW II.
  • More pictures from Pearl Harbor

    More pictures from Pearl Harbor
  • Righteous Gentiles

    Righteous Gentiles
    The Righteous Gentiles are people who are not Jews and risked their lives to try and save the Jews from getting in danger. When the holocaust was in, there were women going to help the Jews also. These people are also called heroes without capes! One of the women who wanted to save someone was Irena Sendler she tried to save lives from 1942-1943
  • Death March

    Death March
    A death march is prisoners of a war. They will try to kill you or others along the way.
  • Warsaw Ghetto and Uprising

    Warsaw Ghetto and Uprising
    The Warsaw Ghetto was where they took Jews and other people to suffer in a tight place. This was to separate them.
  • Liberation of camps

    Liberation of camps
    Liberation of camps are where people liberate people near the end of wars. On January 27, 1945, certain people went in to the camps and found hundreds of sick and poorly fed soldiers.
  • Death of Hitler

    Death of Hitler
    Adolf "died" because of suicide on April 30, 1945. Many people do not believe that he died because of suicide from many clues that they found. They also never found his body.
  • More Pictures from "Adolf's Death"

    More Pictures from "Adolf's Death"
  • Adolf Hitler weird facts

    Adolf Hitler weird facts
    1. He was a vegetarian
    2. At age four he was saved from drowning by a priest
    3. Hitler once had a crush on a Jewish girl
    4. Hitler had a nephew that fought against him in the United States Navy 5.There were 42 known assassination attempts in his life.
    5. Hitler was not from Germany
    6. When Hitler was young he wanted to be a priest
    7. Hitler was on drugs
  • Germany surrenders

    Germany surrenders
    This means that Germany finally surrendered to the Allies in 1945. This also means that this was the end of the European Conflict of World War II.
  • Axis and Allies

    Axis and Allies
    The Allied powers were Great Britain, U.S.A, China, and the Soviet Union. The Axis were Germany, Japan and Italy. These two enemies fought for what they thought was right. The Allies won this.
  • Nuremberg Trials

    Nuremberg Trials
    The Nuremberg trials were military board members which were being held by the Allies after World War II.
  • Holocaust Memorial Museum

    Holocaust Memorial Museum
    The Holocaust Memorial Museum was opened on April 22, 1993. This is a museum to honor all of the people in WWII and the Holocaust. There are many features to this place including what it is like.
  • Video from The Holocaust Museum

    Video from The Holocaust Museum