WWII Noah Case

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    Genocide in which approximately 6 million Jews were killed by the Nazi power. Continued for over 12 years all the way until the end of WWII.
  • Japan Invades China

  • Munich Conference

    Meeting to discuss the future of Sudetenland. Took place in Munich, Germany.
  • Non-Aggression Pact Signed

    Agreement between the Soviet Union and Germany to a truce for 10 years. It was broken by the Germans within 2 years.
  • Germany Invades Poland

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    Battle of Britain

    German Air Force raid on the United Kingdom. First major batle to be fought by Air Forces.
  • Land-Lease Pact Enacted

    Pact in which the US provides France, China, China, and the USSR with food, oil, and other materials.
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    Operation Barbarossa

    Codename for Nazi Germany's raid on the USSR. The USSR held up and defeated the Nazi powers but lost many men and supplies.
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    Battle of Midway

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    Battle of Stalingrad

  • D-Day

    The day of invasion on Normandy. Largest seaborne invasion in history.
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    Battle of the Bulge

    Largest and bloodiest battle fought by the US in WWII. Surprise attack on the Allied forces by the Germans
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    Battle of Iwo Jima

    Major battle in which eventually led to the American take over of the island of Iwo Jima in the Pacific Ocean. First war where US Marine casualties exceeded those of the Japanese.
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    Battle of Okinawa

    82 day long battle toward the end of the war. After a long island hopping campaign, the allied forces took of the large island of Okinawa, close to Japan.
  • V-E Day

    The day Europe receded from WW2. Victory over Europe day.
  • Bombings of Hiroshima/Nagasaki

    US atomic bombings over two major cities in Japan (Big Man and Little Boy). Led to victory over Japan.
  • V-J Day

    The official end of WWII. Victoey over Japan day
  • Warsaw Pact Formation

    Defensive treaty between 8 communist countries. The axis' powers version of NATO