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  • Japan

    Japan begin takeover of Manchuria which later was named Manchukuo
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    World War II History

  • Germany

    Hidenburg was elected in Germany defeating Nazi Party, that candidate Adolph Hitler and other candidates. Paul Higenburg, was president of the Weimar Republic, which was a German World War I general and hero.
  • USA

    Franklin Dolano Rosevelt (FDR) makes his first "fireside chat" speaking to the United States population over the radio
  • USA

    Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) is elected president of the United States
  • Germany

    Hindenburg appoints Hitler to be chancellor of Germany
  • Germany

    Dachau was the first concentration camp and is established in Germany. By the 1945, over 1000 concentration camp will be established.
  • Germany

    Adolph Hitler seizes the power of the country
    Hindenburg is reduced to a figure head
  • Germany

    Jew and non-Aryans are banned from practicing law and working in the civil services. Later they will be banned from a variety of professions including farming, art, literature, journalism, music and theater. Between 1933-1939 over 1400 anti-Jewish laws will be passed in Germany. Jew is a group which is named "Son of Israel'' or ''Children of Israel, who it is being considered by based on normative religious statutes or self-identificatio
  • Japan

    Japan leaves the League of Nation. What is League of Nation? Was formed after World War I to be an international peace keeping alliance. While the United States monitored its activities closely, it never became a member because it did not sign the Treaty of Versailles which ended World War I.
  • Germany

    It country withdraw from the League of Nation
  • USA

    Several thousand Americans attend a pro-Nazi rally in Queens. New York.
  • Germany

    Germany passes law restricting college enrollment of Jews. Similar legal discrimination already exists in the United States.
  • Germany

    Germany, legislation is passed making the Nazi party the only legal political party
  • Germany

    In Germany, 30,000 are now interned
  • Hitler is president!

    Hitler is president!
    Hitler asume president of Germany when Hindenburg dies and gain control of the goverment
  • Germany

    In Germany, the first Nuremberg Laws are passed revoking citizenship from Jews and prohibiting them from marrying non-Jews
  • Start of World War II

    Start of World War II
    Germany invades Poland, war begins: Germany seizes Czechoslovakia. Both Hitler and Stalin sign a nonaggression pact. Germany invades Poland, causing France and Britain to declare war on Germany.
  • Auschwitz Established

    The camp was originally designed to hold Polish prisoners, who started arriving in May. As the camp gradually grew, Jews were killed in gas chambers. It became the Nazi’s “final solution to the Jewish question.”
  • German invade France and Netherlands

    German invade France and Netherlands
    On this date the Battle of France, otherwise known as the Fall of France, took place, defeating primary France forces. On this date as well, the Battle of the Netherlands also began, and lasted until the main Dutch forces surrendered on the 14th.
  • Evacuation

    This was a battle apart of the western front. The British, French, and Belgian soldiers were cornered on the beaches but were rescued by the Royal Navy.
  • The Bismarck ship is sunk

    The Bismarck ship is sunk
    This was one of the largest battleships that the German army had. They were very instrumental in the success of the German army, but was attacked and sunk by a fleet of British ships on this day.
  • German soldiers invades the USSR

    German soldiers invades the USSR
    Over four million soldiers invaded the USSR, making it the largest invasion in history, using thousands of horses and weapons. This was incredibly bloody; causing almost 95% of all of Germany’s casualties during the war and 65% of the Allied casualties during the war.
  • Atlantic conference

    Atlantic conference
    It was drafted to the US president (Roosevelt) and the British prime minister (Churchill) and was then later accepted by the allied forces
  • Wannsee conference

    Wannsee conference
    Held at Wannsee, a suburb of Berlin, the senior officials of Nazi Germany met and discusses the cooperation of administrative leaders of different government departments in regards to the “The Final Jewish question.” It is the conference in which they decided that mass murder was their solution.
  • Battle of Midway begin

    Battle of Midway begin
    This was one of the most important naval battles of the war. The United States’ navy inflicted major damage on the Japanese fleet. This was mostly a retaliation after the attacks on Pearl Harbor, which was six months prior.
  • Casablanca Conference

    This was a conference where the allies met and decided what their strategies would be for the next phase of the war. In attendance was the US president, Franklin Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchil and generals Charles de Gualle.
  • Allied Forces Land at Normandy

    Allied Forces Land at Normandy
    This was the invasion and establishment of Western Forces in Normandy, the largest invasion to ever take place. Canada, the French forces, the UK and the US all experienced combat during this siege. The invasion began with overnight parachute and glider landings onto five beaches.
  • Battle of Berlin

    Battle of Berlin
    This was the final major battle of the war. Hitler committed suicide, which caused the unconditional surrender of Berlin and all the German forces. The United States also drops atomic bombs on Japan. This marks the end of World War II.
  • Bombing of Hiroshima

    Bombing of Hiroshima
    Hiroshima was hit with atomic bombs by the United States during the final stages of the war. Nagasaki and Hiroshima were the first and only uses of nuclear weapons during wartime. This was a retaliation from their attack on Pearl Harbor.
  • Nagasaki bombing

    Nagasaki bombing
    The Americans dropped atomic bombs on Nagasaki killing 140,000 people instantly. Tens of thousands later died of burns, wounds, and other injuries. Nagasaki suffered the same fate as Hiroshima.