WWII Turning Points

  • Reichstag

    Reichstag was the burnig of the german church and is considered a major turnig point of WW2 because hitler basically used it as a scapegoat to use against the jews
  • Munich Pact

    The Munich Agreement was a settlement permitting Nazi Germany's annexation of Czechoslovakia's areas along the country's borders mainly containing Germans wherer new territorial designation the Sudetenland was coined. The agreement was negotiated at a conference held in Munich, Germany, among the major powers of Europe without the presence of Czechoslovakiaand was a major turning point beacuse he broke the pact.
  • Battle of the Atlantic

    the battle of the atlantic was a major turnig point of WW2 because it basicallly decide who had total control over the seas and that was a major advantage in warfare because the countrys are seperated by seas.
  • Battle of Britain

    It was a turning point because it forced Hitler to invade the Soviet Union much earlier than he would have many of his generals were against to the attack because they didn't think they were ready almost leading to his failure in that effort and in the end the defeat of Germany and i consider that a major turning point.
  • peal harbor

    Pearl Harbor played a major part in World War II by getting US support against the Axis. the US had generally supported Britain but was decided by public opinion from direct involvement. By attacking the United States at Pearl Harbor, Japan brought America into the war and that obvously why it was a major turning point of WW2.
  • Midway

    The Battle of Midway, fought near the Central Pacific island of Midway. Before this battle the Japanese were on the offensive, capturing territory in Asia and the Pacific. By their attack, the Japanese had planned to capture Midway to use as an advance base and destroy the U.S. Fleet. Because of communication intelligences good work the U.S. Pacific Fleet surprised the Japanese forces, sinking the four japanese carriers that had attacked pearl harbor
  • The battle of Guadacanal

    When Japanese troops arrived on Guadalcanal to make an air base American marines landed two months later to take it away from the people but the South Pacific had ever heard of that 2,500 mile of jungle in the Solomon Islands But the six-month Guadalcanal campaign proved to be a turning point of the Pacific war.
  • D-day

    D-day was the turning point for the Allied forces during World War II. It was important for the Allies lead by the American forces to get a strategic hold on Europe. The strategic planning for the invasion of Europe was good but the execution of those plans in June 6, 1944 went completely wrong
  • Battle of the Bulge

    It was a major turnig point because it was basically the end of hitler. The Battle of the Bulge was a key turning point in WW2 because It was Hitler's last offensive movement of the war and the Germans had been running out of men, weapons, and food.
  • The Atomic bomb

    The atomic bomb was a major turning point because it showed japan the we meant buisness and we wernt fooling around and we were a force not to be reconed with.