Presentation on theme: "WW II Timeline! We will cover a lot of time in this here straight line."— Presentation transcript:
WW II Timeline! We will cover a lot of time in this here straight line
The Events In Order Munich Pact (1938): Britain and France let Germany keep territory if they promise to not take more Non-Aggression Pact (August 1939): USSR and Germany will not attack each other Invasion of France, Netherlands and Belgium (May 10, 1940): Germany on the offensive
Here’s some more France Surrenders (June 22, 1940) Lend Lease Bill (March 11, 1941): Signed by U.S. as part of Arsenal of Democracy Germany Invades USSR (June 22, 1941): Hitler breaks non-aggression pact and begins conquest of USSR
More Events Pearl Harbor (December 7, 1941): Japanese surprise attack on Am. Naval Base Stalingrad (August 21, 1942): One of the largest battles between USSR & Germany. Turning Point for Eastern Front Operation Torch (November 8, 1942): Allied Invasion of North Africa Italy Surrenders ( September 3, 1942): 2 months after Mussolini is deposed
The Last of the Events…Almost D-Day (June 6, 1944): Largest Allied invasion of WW II. Yalta Conference (February 4, 1945): Conference between USSR, Britain, U.S. to discuss what Post War Europe Looks Like Germany Surrenders ( May 7, 1945): Hitler Committed Suicide Weeks Earlier (Unconditional Surrender)
THE END U.S. Drops Atomic Bombs ( August 6 and 9, 1945) Japan Surrenders ( August 10, 1945): Unconditional Surrender Directly Following Second Bomb Drop
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