WWII Timeline

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  • Nazi's start using Concentration Camps

    Nazi's start using Concentration Camps
    These camps changed the world forever. They took millions of lives away and did this in such an industrial way. These are forever scarred in our minds because of the terrible things that happened here. Without these, the war would hve been very, very different.
  • Nazi-Soviet pact signed

    Nazi-Soviet pact signed
    This was important to the time because people were waiting for peace to come between these to countries. People wanted this because they were two very big countries.
  • Germany invades Poland

    Germany invades Poland
    This is very important because this started the war. This was the act the Germans made that crossed the line and sent the world into a second war.
  • Britain and France declare war

    Britain and France declare war
    This was a big deal because this brough more countries into the war. This also brought more conflict and more power to be gained by one side or another.
  • Germany Launches the Blitz on London

    Germany Launches the Blitz on London
    This made an impact because it killed so many people. This was a very long bombing that just went on and on. It was effective though.
  • United states signs the Lend-Lease act

    United states signs the Lend-Lease act
    This was important because BRitain would get money they needed. This money would help try to defeat or at least harm Germany ebough to stop them for a while.
  • Germany invades the Soviet Union

    Germany invades the Soviet Union
    This was very important because this let the Soviets know who they were up against. This aloso showed Germany that they were stronger than they thought.
  • Germans surrender at stalingrad

    Germans surrender at stalingrad
    this is very important because the Germans didn't Surrender. They never did! Even going into this battle they said that they wouldnt surrender, but they did.
  • D-Day Invasion

    D-Day Invasion
    This was important because so many people were killed that day. This invasion helped Germany tremendously in the war, but took so many lives away in the process.
  • Yalta Conference

    Yalta Conference
    This was important because it was a group of high rank people from all over that were gathering and having a very important meeting.
  • V-E day

    V-E day
    This was a very important day because this was the day that Germany Surrendered. We are very lucky to have had this day. We won the war and it looked like the world would be at peace, for a little while.