World War Two (1939-1945)

  • Treaty of Versailles

    Treaty of Versailles
    The Treaty of Versailles was a peace treaty that was signed stating the end of World War. It was a peace settlement between the U.S., Germany and their alied powers. The treaty was signed at the Versailles Palace near paris. Still to this day it has ensured lasting peace.
  • Munich Peace Conference

    Munich Peace Conference
    The Munich Conference is where Hitler met some represenatives from France, U.K., and Italy. The agreement was negotiated about the prime powers of Europe excludeing the Nazi German Czechoslovakia. They also disscussed the future of Sudetenland and Hitlers demands on it. The Agreement was signed.
  • Kristallnacht

    The Kristallnacht was an extremely large ant-jewish program troughout Germany and occupied by German troops. It is famously known as the "Night of The Broken Glass", it being called that do to shatterd glass on the sidewalks of all jewish owned stores and houses.
  • Germany Invades Poland

    Germany Invades Poland
    When the German tropps and the Soviet Union invaded Poland first by Air attacks and bombing. However only a small part of the World War two the houses and bulidings of Poland crumbled.
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  • Battle of Britain

    Battle of Britain
    The Battle of Britain was an air battle between Great Britain and Greman Airforce. The objective for the Germans was gain air superiority over the Royal Air force. part of Hitlers adjenda to rule Europe.
  • Pearl Harbor

    Pearl Harbor
    Pearl Harbor was a suprise miltary air strike by the Japanese Navel Airforce. When the americans were suprise inthe morning by scattering bullets and bombs on over the harbor in hawaii, the ended up fighting back. Then led to the A-bomb
  • Stalingrad

    Stalingrad was a battle in southwest Russia between the Nazi-German miltary and the Soviet Union. The Germans objective was to take over the city of Stalingrad. It was a turning point for the Nazis
  • D-Day

    D-day is when the U.S. stormed the beachs at Normandy. Dwight D. Eisenhower was comanding the troops who captured the beaches that horrific day. Approximately 9,000 troops lost their lifes that day.
  • Korematsu v US

    Korematsu v US
    Korematsu v US was a court case in 1944 in which Fred Korematsu, (A Japanese American) refused to report to the relocation camp that the US goverment required him to report to. Korematsu lost in both the court of Appeals and Supreme Court after he was arrested for the crime. The case, although unsussessful for Korematsu, would go down in history as a excellent example of American civil disobedience
  • Potsdam Peace Conference

    Potsdam Peace Conference
    Stalin, Truman, Churchill, and Attlee came together at the Postdam Peace Conference to decide the punishment against the Nazis. This Peace Conference happened approximately 9 weeks after the surrender of Nazi Germany. The conference decisions were based off the harsh treatment and human rights that the Nazi Germans put on their victims.
  • Hiroshima

    On August 6th, 1945, a B-29 bombeder named the "Enoloa Gay" dropped the first of two atom bombs on Japan in the city of Hiroshima. The atom bomb was the result of a secret US effort to create the bomb known as the "Manhattan" project. The a-bomb and the bombed dropped after it brought a end to WW2.
  • Japan Invades China

    Japan Invades China
    When Japan invaded China it was a big part of WWII and also was a large event what they named the "pacific war". China fought Japan due to economic resources (food and labor). The japanese had many victories with their attempt to rule the whole province.