By klcofer
  • The Battle of the Atlantic

    After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hitler ordered submarine raids against ships along Americas east coast. The German aim in the battle of the Atlantic was the prevent food and war materials from reaching Great Britian and the Soviet Union.
  • North African Front

    During WWII, the North African Campaign took place in north Africa from June 10 1940 to May 13 1943
  • U.S and Britian join forces

    U.S and Britian start the allied powers
  • Pearl Harbor

    Japanese attack Pearl Harbor
  • War Plans

    Prime Minister Churchill arrived at the White House on December 22,1941, and spent the next three weeks working out war plans with president Roosevelt and his advisors.
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    The manhattan project

    Research and development program to develop the first atomic bomb during WWII
  • Doolittle raid.

    First air ride by Americans to strike Japanese main land.
  • Battle of Coral Sea

    major naval battle between imperial Japanese army and allied forces of the U.S. and Austria.
  • Battle of Midway

    United States navy decisively defeated an Imperial Japanese navy.
  • The Battle of Strlingrad

    Major battle in which Nazi Germany fought the soviet union
  • Italian Campaign

    The Italian Campaign was the name of the allied operations in and around Italy
  • D-Day

    16000 allied troops landed along a 50 mile stretch of heavily guarded terrain
  • Battle of Bulge

    A major German offensive launched toward the end of WWII
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    Nuremberg trials

    series of military tribunals held by allied forces for the wrong doing of nazi germany
  • LIberation of Death Camps

    Auschwitz was liberated by Soviet troops
  • Iwo Jima

    Setting of a battle between U.S. and imperial Japanese
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    Yalta conference

    War time meeting of heads of government from the U.S. United Kingdom and soviet union
  • Battle of Okinawa

    Largest amphibious assault in Pacific War of WWII
  • Roosevelts death

    Roosevelt comonly known as FDR dies
  • hiroshima and Nagasaki

    Allied forces atomic bombing of two major Japanese cities.
  • Unconditional Surrender

    A surrender without conditions
  • occupation of Japan

    Japans official surrender to the allied forces.