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World War II: A timeline of events and what if scenarios
The world economy continues to fail The Holocaust is avoided Germany doesn’t become Fascist World War II doesn’t happen?
Modern Warfare and Technology Germans develop Blitzkrieg attack style Airplanes become deadly new weapons Production of materials increases dramatically
Pearl Harbor United States enters WWII U.S. Government creates Japanese internment camps Women enter the workforce
Allied Victory on D-Day Allied forces gain a foothold in Western Europe Axis powers are forced to fight a war on two fronts in Continental Europe
German Defeat at Stalingrad Hitler loses favor and trust of his generals Soviets start pushing faster to Germany Marks the “beginning of the end” of the war in Europe
Dropping of the Atom Bomb Japanese military surrenders U.S. military lives are saved Marks the end of World War II
The War Ends Creation of the United Nations East/West divisions and the start of the Cold War Birth of NATO and the Warsaw Pact
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