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  • Japenese inavasion on China

    Japenese inavasion on China
    <a href='http://http://www.history.co.uk/study-topics/history-of-ww2/sino-japanese-war on july 7,1937 the chinese and japanese had a clash in nrth china on july 12 japanese ambassador saito.In 1931, Japan, eager for the vast natural resources to be found in China and seeing her obvious weakness, invaded and occupied Manchuria. It was turned into a nominally independent state called Manchukuo, but the Chinese Emperor who ruled it was a puppet of the Japanese. When China appealed to the League of
  • Germany invasion of Poland

    Germany invasion of Poland
    german invaision of Poland on 1 September 1939 the German battleship Schleswig-Holstein opened fire on the Polish garrison of the Westerplatte Fort, Danzig (modern-day Gdansk), in what was to become the first military engagement of World War Two. Simultaneously, 62 German divisions supported by 1,300 aircraft commenced the invasion of Poland.
  • German Blitzkrieg

    German Blitzkrieg
    Geraman Blitzkrieg

    In the first phase of World War II in Europe, Germany sought to avoid a long war. Germany's strategy was to defeat its opponents in a series of short campaigns. Germany quickly overran much of Europe and was victorious for more than two years by relying on a new military tactic called the "Blitzkrieg" (lightning war). Blitzkrieg tactics required the concentration of offensive weapons (such as tanks, planes, and artillery) along a narr
  • fall of paris

    fall of paris
    <a href='http://http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/germans-enter-paris Germans announnced a curfew imposed for 8 pm as german troops enter and occupy Paris. As the germans tanks rolled into Paris,2 million Parisians had already feld. Parisans who remained trapped by the German Gestapo.
  • operation barbarossa

    operation barbarossa
    <a href='http://http://www.history.co.uk/study-topics/history-of-ww2/barbarossa July 1942 Nazi bomed the city of stalingrad,one of the blooiest battles in history turnig point of ww(ll). On 22 June 1941 Germany invaded the Soviet Union. Codenamed Operation Barbarossa, it was the largest military operation in history, involving more than 3 million Axis troops and 3,500 tanks. It was the logical culmination of Hitler’s belief that the German ‘master race’ should seek ‘lebensraum’ (living space) i
  • Wannsee Confererce

    Wannsee Confererce
    https://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=1000547Jan 20 ,1942 Himmler second in commaned of the ss, renihard Heydich. The conference was in Berlin with the top 15 Nazi Bureaucarts who where coordinating the final solution that is when they wanted to exterminate the jewish populating.
  • Battel of stalingrad

  • Battel of Midway

    Battel of Midway
    This battle began on June3, 1942 when U.S bombers from midway .Island attacked inffectally at the Japenese carrier strike force.next morning japanese planes planes attacked and bombarded midway heavily .The battle of midway briught the naval forces of japan and the u.s to appnoximate equality.
  • Operation Torch

    Operation Torch
    ally invasion of french north africa in november 1942 .Russia has been pressuing the allies to start a new front against the Garmens in the Germans in the western region of the war of the war. From north africa the plan to invade sicily then to the mainland of Italy
  • Pearl Harbor

    Pearl Harbor
    <a href='http://http://www.historyplace.com/worldwar2/timeline/pearl.htm' On December 7,1941 hundreds of japanese fighter planes attacted the Ameerican naval bases. The Japanese maneged to destroy nearly 20 american naval vessels and more than 300 airplanes F.D.R asked congres to declare war on Japan.
  • Allied invation of Italy

    Allied invation of Italy
    allies dicided to move against Italy hopping to invade and advance With North Africa secured and Sicily—the stepping stone to Italy deafeated the Allied forces launched their invasion of Italy on 3 September 1943. It began with British forces skipping across the Strait of Messina to Calabria. A few days later, more British and American forces landed several hundred miles to the north at Salerno.
  • Tehran confrence

    Tehran confrence
    During the confremce the three leaders coordirated military strategy against germany and Japan. https://history.state.gov/milestones/1937-1945/tehran-conf
    The Tehran Conference was a meeting between U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin in Tehran, Iran, between November 28 and December 1, 1943.
  • D-day Normandy Invasion

    D-day Normandy Invasion
    <a href='http://https://www.dday.org/history/d-day-the-invasion/overview.html' on june 6th more than 160000 allied troops nlanded along a 50 mile stretch.Genera;l dwight Eisienhower called a operation a crusade.soldires begin the slow,hard slog across Europe.
  • F.D.R death Turman becomes president

    F.D.R death Turman becomes president
    coolRoosevelt’s health was in decline as FDR prepared in 1944 for both a fourth run at the presidency and the aftermath of World War II. A March 1944 examination by his doctors revealed a variety of heart ailments, high blood pressure, and bronchitis.
  • Postdam Declaration

    Postdam Declaration
    coolin 1945, just a day after the bombing of Nagasaki, Japan submits its acquiescence to the Potsdam Conference terms of unconditional surrender, as President Harry S. Truman orders a halt to atomic bombing. Emperor Hirohito, having remained aloof from the daily decisions of prosecuting the war, rubber-stamping the decisions of his War Council, including the decision to bomb Pearl Harbor, finally felt compelled to d
  • V.E day

    V.E day
    coolAfter the suicide of Hitler on 30 April 1945, it was left to Grand Admiral Donitz, who had been President of the Third Reich for a week, to surrender. Donitz travelled to General Eisenhower's HQ at Reims in France, and, in the presence of senior officers from Britain, America, Russia and France, surrendered unconditionally to the Western and Russian demands on 7 May 1945.
  • battle of okinawa

    battle of okinawa
    The April 1st invasion was preceded by 7 days of "softening up" artillery fire of 13,000 rounds by U.S. Navy guns and 3,095 sorties by carrier planes from Task Force 58 at the proposed landing sites at Hagushi and Chatan beaches.http://nisei.hawaii.edu/object/io_1149316185200.html
  • Battle of Jima

    Battle of Jima
    <a href='http://http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/battle-of-iwo-jima The American amphibious invasion of Iwo Jima, a key island in the Bonin chain roughly 575 miles from the Japanese coast, was sparked by the desire for a place where B-29 bombers damaged over Japan could land without returning all the way to the Marianas, and for a base for escort fighters that would assist in the bombing campaign. Iwo Jima was defended by roughly 23,000 Japanese army and navy troops, and it was attacke
  • Dropping of the atomic bombs

    Dropping of the atomic bombs
    <a href='http://http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/atomic-bomb-is-dropped-on-hiroshima in 1945, at 8:16 a.m. Japanese time, an American B-29 bomber, the Enola Gay, drops the world’s first atom bomb, over the city of Hiroshima. Approximately 80,000 people are killed as a direct result of the blast, and another 35,000 are injured.
  • V.J day

    V.J day
    <a href='http://http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/v-j-day' Japan’s devastating surprise aerial attack on the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor on Oahu, Hawaii, on December 7, 1941, capped a decade of deteriorating relations between Japan and the United States and led to an immediate U.S. declaration of war the following day. Japan’s ally Germany, led by Adolf Hitler, then declared war on the United States, turning the war raging in Europe into a truly global conflict.
  • Nuremberg

    Nuremberg
    <a href='http://http://www.ihr.org/jhr/v17/v17n1p38_michaels.html In these unprecedented proceedings, the Allies discarded basic principles of Western jurisprudence, perhaps most notably the well-established principle that in the absence of a law there can be neither crime nor punishment – nullum crimen sine lege, nulla poene sine lege. Instead, the Tribunal established new laws for the occasion, which were applied not only retroactively, but uniquely and exclusively to the German defendants.
  • Battle of the Bulge

    Battle of the Bulge
    IN December 1944 Hittler attempted to seperate the allied armies in northwest Eurpe by means of a suprise blitzkieg. Amerians units fought desperate battles to stem the german advance at st.vith,elsenbron ridge Houffalizet