World War Two from the sight of Germany

  • Adolf Hitler's rise to power

    Adolf Hitler's rise to power
    Hitler's emergence as chancellor, gave him a chance to reach more people and gave him more power and it did worked out, his plans are embraced by the German population. Hitler immediately started with the forces, ordered a new police force to be created with infantry training, named Gestapo and (Kettenhunde) and put Hermann Goering to the top. This was the start of the Third Reich, and nobody had a chance or force to stop them not even Hindenburg or von Papen or anyone.
  • Imprisonment of Jews

    Imprisonment of Jews
    After Germany's annexation of Austria in March 1938, Austrian political prisoners brought to the Nazi concentration camp system. After the Night of Broken Glass pogroms,Nazis conducted mass arrests of Jews, the first time Jews were arrested precisely because they were Jews. Over 30,000 Jews were incarcerated in the Dachau, Buchenwald, and Sachsenhausen concentration camps in Germany, until each could provide proof of their ability to emigrate.
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    German occupation of Czechoslovakia

    Until the end of the war, Czechoslovakia is not recognized as a country
  • German annexation of Austria

    German annexation of Austria
    German troops marched towards Republic of Austria to annex the German-speaking nation for the Nazi Germany. In early 1938,
    to unite their nation with Nazi Germany
  • Munich Agreement

    Munich Agreement
    On September of 1938, Germany, Britain, France and Italy agreed to the annexation of Sudetenland by Germany, Sudetenland is in the western part of Czechoslovakia with 3 million German origined people. Czechoslovakia is the second country to be devored by Germany just like Poland. Britain prefered to be quiet in this agreement.
  • Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact

    Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact
    Known as The Hitler-Stalin Pact, Pact were briefly as follows: the two countries agreed not to attack each other, either independently or in conjunction with other powers; not to support any third power that might attack the other party to the pact. Pact is made to say that, we need land, we need money, we will get this things by devouring other countries and in that times we are not going to attack each other, and they did until, Germany attacked the Soviet Union with Operation Barbossa
  • The Invasion and Partition of Poland and the start of World War 2

    On September 1, 1939 Warsaw fell on the hands of Third Reich after heavy bombardment
  • Start of the World War

    Start of the World War
    The forces was the Axis powers—Germany, Italy, and Japan and the Allies France, Great Britain, the United States, the Soviet Union, and, China. The war was a continuation, after an uneasy 20-year hiatus, of the disputes left unsettled by World War I. The 40,000,000–50,000,000 deaths incurred in World War II make it the bloodiest conflict, as well as the largest war, in history.
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    World War II

    World War II, involved every part of the world, a virtual front was started around the globe until 1945
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    Invasion and Partition of Poland

  • Battle of the Atlantic

    Battle of the Atlantic
    A contest between the Western Allies and Germany for a secure Atlantic sea routes for their supply planes,boats and drum bomb free way for their submarines . For the Allied powers, their idea is to block the German submarines and make a secure way for their planes such as Spitfire. Axis powers idea was to open a new front and block the supply train of the Allies
  • Britain and France declare war on Germany

    The Declaration of war is given on 3 September 1939, after the German invasion of Poland. Declaration is given by the British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain
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    Battle of the Atlantic

  • The German Invasion of Western Europe

    After occupation of Poland, not much happened for a month, War did not seem like war. A "phoney war," the British called it. But in spring of 1940 Nazi Germany attacked again grasped Europe by June
  • Blitzkrieg

    Blitz method put to use by Nazi Germany to begin a guerilla warfare with the allied forces, destroying the heavy armed forces with light and speed based equipment, example (one motorycycle, two SS infantrymen and six panzerfrausts)
  • Auschwitz is established

    SS soldiers establish the Auschwitz camp. The Auschwitz concentration camp was the biggest camp Nazi regime ever built. It included three main camps, all of which deployed incarcerated prisoners at forced labor.
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    Evacuation of Allied troops from Dunkirk,France

    Between 27th May and 4th June 1940, Ships brought 338,000 people back to Britain, including 100,000+ French soldiers. All heavy equipment was abandoned and left in. France, Dunkirk, and the English Channel 51°02′N 2°22′E
    Allied success Evacuation of 338,226 soldiers
  • France surrenders to Germany

    France surrenders to Germany
    France Surrenders to Nazi Germany. The French government signed an armistice with Germany, just six weeks after the invasion of Western Europe.
  • Tripartite Pact

    This pact of mutual alliance was signed by Germany, Italy and Japan.
  • The British ship Hood is sunk by Germany's Bismarck

    The British ship Hood is sunk by Germany's Bismarck
    German battleship, the Bismarck, sinks Britain's HMS Hood. On this day in 1941, Germany's largest battleship, the Bismarck, sinks the pride and morale of the British fleet, HMS Hood
  • Hitler attacks Russia

    Third Reich sent 3 million soldiers and 3,500 tanks into Russia. The Russians were surprised as they had a treaty with Germany(Hitler Stalin pact). Stalin immediately signed assistance treaty with Britain and launched an Eastern front battle that would claim 20 million casualties.
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    Operation Barbarossa

    The operation opened in the Eastern Front, in which more soldiers were committed than any other theater of war in world history.The Germay captured 5,000,000 Russian troops during the war. a majority never returned alive.
  • 1942

    Germany captured Libya, but the Allies started making gains in Africa, and Soviet counterattacks made progress as well in Stalingrad
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    Battle of Stalingrad

    Germany had to withdraw military forces from the Western Front to replace the losses. It was the bloodiest siege in the history of warfare
  • The Allies invade North Africa

    The Allies invade North Africa
    With the invasion of Allies the North Africa front is closed
  • The Germans surrender at Stalingrad

    The Germans surrender at Stalingrad
    It was a turning point for Europe, nobody knows how many people died in this warfare but one can say that the defeat of the Germany is simple, lots and lots of different styles of equipment and cold, Soviets had tons of T34s which did not even did 100 kilometers before dying. reducing the repair time and, prep for cold got the Soviets a win
  • Allied troops land in Normandy

     Allied troops land in Normandy
    Operation Neptune or better known as D-Day is the biggest marine invasion
  • Assassination attempt against Hitler

    Better known as 20 July plot is failed . “It was a question of personal honor,” said the plotter
  • Battle of Berlin

    Battle of Berlin
    Resulted in the surrender of the Germany and the death of Adolf Hitler (by suicide).Berlin ended up being a rubble and around 22,000 civillians died
  • Adolf Hitler commits suicide

    Adolf Hitler commits suicide
    Hitler commited suicide in the fuhrerbunker by shooting himself, well the goverment says so, we do not know the truth
  • Germany signs an Surrender

    Germany signs an Surrender
    Germany signed a unconditional surrender which with this, opened his(because Fatherland) goverment,land, people. Germany was a country with no defence to getting retrogress