World War II 1939-1945

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World War II 1939-1945

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The picture above is when Hitlers planes bombed Poland from the sky.

On September 3, 1939 France and Britan declare war on Germany.

To the left the Japanese Army is marching through China

1939 was The beggining of WWII as a result of Hitler becoming Chancellor of the Nazi party eventually rising to become dictator, or Furhur of Germany. At the end of WWI Germany was in ruins because of the Treaty of Versailles.

Below, German troops Quickly defeat Belgium.

Above, German tanks conquer Norway

In 1941 the United States of America was ambushed by Japan. This was later known as Pearl Harbor. Japan had chosen specifically to attack on Sunday because they figured on Sunday more people would be at rest, so they would be un-prepared. The Japanese ambush caught the U.S completely off guard.

In 1940 Germany had numerous victories over Denmark, Norway, Belgium, and The Netherlands,

Churchhill and president Roosevelt agreed that Germany must surrender unconditionally and plan the Allied invasion of Sicily.

About 90,000 German troops surrender to the Soviets. One of the turning points in the war. Also in Warsaw, Germany 750 Jews fought back the Germans for over a month. But the Germans later crushed the uprising killing thousands of Jews and sending the rest to the Terablinka to die.

Jews gaining the upper hand in Warsaw.

Finally, In 1945 World warn2 ended. Hitler had been found dead in his bunker. He had shot himself. Japan later surrendered after the nuclear bombing of Nagasaki and Heroshima

The HolocaustThe holocaust, or mass burning, lasted from 1933 to 1945. The Holocaust was a Genocide that was aimed at the Jewish people. the Jewish death toll was estimated at about 6 million. This was a result from a proposition by Hienrich Himmler called "The Final Solution".


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