WWII Timeline

  • The Holocaust

    The Holocaust
    Millions and millions of deaths from across the world not just Jewish or traitors .and all the deaths happened due to hitlers beliefs. This all happened because one man wanted more power for his country ,his people ,and his land he wanted absolute power through out the world.the effect and impacts that this had was genocide, sadness, poverty ,fear ,and anger .millions were shown the true power of evil in charge they saw the capabilities of a country and organizations have.
  • PTSD

    PTSD was in a uprise after WW2. The reason being was of the dramatic events. Back in WW2 year 1939-1945 one of Germany's new master mind made concentration camps, many of people think they were for only Jews and yes at first and also the main killing was Jews. Except many, like in the millions were also put there. Soldiers that were captured were one. The ones that survived and made it home came to the point of seeing flash backs of what happen those years being there. Which is called PTSD.
  • Ribbentrop/Molotov Pact

    Ribbentrop/Molotov Pact
    Officially the Treaty of Non-aggression between Germany and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The Reason being to stop all ware fare between the two for at least 10 years. The impacts this made was nothing bc Germany later on just broke the treaty anyway.
  • Germany's invasion of Poland2

    Germany's invasion of Poland2
    This happens because the crave for power is more important then humans life in hitters eyes the result left hitter with more land and more resources instead of having 2,000 tanks he could increase the number greatly.
  • Fall of Paris

    Fall of Paris
    The Battle of France began in 1940 and consisted of two operations. The first one was Case Yellow or Fall Gelb and is when the armored units of Germany cut off allied units which had advanced into the country of Belgium at the Ardennes. When the British and the French saw themselves pushed back by the operation, the British evacuated their BEF or British Expeditionary Force with other French divisions in Operation Dynamo.
  • German Blitzkrieg

    German Blitzkrieg
    was repeatedly used by Germany to quickly crush their enemy's and move forward. it was said that they would disorganize their enemies and then quickly use heavy article rally to destroy their enemy it was said that Germany used this tactic agents Poland first then Soviet Union followed . They used this Tati. Because it was continuously successful in war it didn't fail Germany to fight and attack like this. The effects is unspeakable damage countless deaths.
  • USSR in WW2

    USSR in WW2
    The Soviet Union also known as USSR. Why this group was formed was the Ukrainian SSR and the Byelorussian SSR approved the Treaty on the Creation of the USSR and the Declaration of the Creation of the USSR, forming the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The Cold War which you should know of, is one war they were involved in. The impacts they had was the start of WW2.
  • Bataan death march

    Bataan death march
    on December 7, 1941, the Japanese invasion of the Philippines began. Within a month, the Japanese had captured Manila, and the American and Filipino defenders of Luzon (the island on which Manila is located) were forced to retreat to the Bataan Peninsula. For the next three months, the combined U.S.-Filipino army held out despite a lack of naval and air support. Finally, on April 9, with his forces crippled by starvation and disease, U.S. General Edward King Jr. (1884-1958)
  • Battle of Stalingrad

    Battle of Stalingrad
    The Battle of Stalingrad was the successful Soviet defense of the city of Stalingrad (now Volgograd) in the U.S.S.R. during World War II. Russians consider it to be the greatest battle of their Great Patriotic War, and most historians consider it to be the greatest battle of the entire conflict. It stopped the German advance into the Soviet Union and marked the turning of the tide of war in favor of the Allies.
  • Auschwitz

    What really truly happened here is death over 4 million deaths took place there. And Jewish and other ethnicity's were kept here at the "camp" to be killed experimented on starved abused free labor what ever the nazi's wanted or demanded happened this camp happens because the Germans had to kill off large groups of Jewish people so they bring them to these camps and kill them in large quantities in gas chambers .affects are very visible death upon death like I stated earlier over 4 million.
  • Battle of midway

    Battle of midway
    Six months after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States defeated Japan in one of the most decisive naval battles of World War II. Thanks in part to major advances in code breaking, the United States was able to preempt and counter Japan’s planned ambush of its few remaining aircraft carriers, inflicting permanent damage on the Japanese Navy. An important turning point in the Pacific campaign, the victory allowed the United States and its allies to move into an offensive position.
  • Battle of Stalingrad2

    Battle of Stalingrad2
    The Battle of Stalingrad was one of the bloodiest battles in history, with combined military and civilian casualties of nearly 2 million.
  • D-Day

    The battle for D-day in WW2. What happen was the Allies invading Western Europe in the largest amphibious attack in history. The allied troops, English Channel and landed on the beaches of Normandy. Beginning the liberation of Western Europe from Nazi. The effect D-Day had was the beginning of the end for not only the Germans but Hitler most of all. D-Day forced the Germans to fight a two front war again just as they had in WWI. Yet again the Germans could not handle war on both sides of them.
  • D-Day2

  • The Battle of bulge

    The Battle of bulge
    The Battle of the Bulge during WW2. The reason being was an attempt to push the Allied front line west from northern France to northwestern Belgium. The Americans in this defensive line was seriously out numbered, so they were forced to retreat. A German that spoke English infiltrated American lines and, using captured U.S. uniforms, trucks, and jeeps, impersonated U.S. military and sabotaged communications. This battle was the worse of them all with the most total casualties in WW2.
  • The battle of bulge2

    The battle of bulge2
    But it was Nazis last chance even if it was hopeless.
  • Atomic bomb 2

    Atomic bomb 2
    Events are final in life unfortunately and hundreds thousands life were lost during the war and even more to end it.
  • PTSD2

    The impacts are for life and will never go away because even till this day has no earl cure but do have helping medicines.
  • Atomic bomb

    Atomic bomb
    The U.S dropped 2 atomic bombs in WW2. The reason being was to end the war. So the "BIGHT" minds of the US tried to better the world by more killing. The drop killed 80 thousand and the second 40 thousand. Slowly killing 100 thousand later on. Yes Japan started it by bombing us first. Japan later on admits they would of dropped out the war either way. The impacts of all of those deaths could of been avoided with a different solution to end the war.
  • Germany's invasion of Poland

    Germany's invasion of Poland
    Invasion of Poland in 1939 was not foreseen at first what happened is Germany had to re-arm. So they didn't want France creating an alliance with Poland and attacking Germany before they were ready. So hitler created a packed with in 1934 to buy Germany some time to get stronger after September 17 1939 He invaded and attacked taking only weeks before winning agents Poland and having them surrender.