Presentation on theme: "The Beginning of the War"— Presentation transcript:
1 The Beginning of the War World War IIThe Beginning of the War
2 World War IIIn Europe, Hitler and Germany were running wild as Great Britain and France continued to appease him.The same was happening in Asia with Japan. China and other countries were also trying to appease Tojo.
3 World War IIChina went as far as to allow Japan to govern certain parts of China.This still was not enough to make Tojo happy.
4 World War II Back in Europe… Hitler and Mussolini signed an agreement that states they will remain allies throughout the upcoming war.This agreement was called the Rome-Berlin Axis.
5 World War IILater that year Japan joined this agreement and they were known as the Axis Powers.Hitler then went on Russia and signed an agreement stating that Germany and Russia were allies also.
12 World War IIPoland surrendered within weeks and Germany continued on to the next country.Britain and France finally responded to Hitler by declaring war on Germany.
13 World War II This is the beginning of World War II in Europe. Germany went on to conquer both Norway and Denmark in 1940.
14 World War II By May 1940, Germany was attacking: Belgium The NetherlandsFrance
15 World War IIFrance soon fell to Germany and the leader of France, Charles De Gaulle, moved to Great Britain.From Great Britain, de Gaulle led the French resistance known as the Free France Movement.
17 World War IIAugust Hitler ordered the German Air Force to begin bombing Great Britain.These series of bombings became known as the “Battle of Britain”.
18 World War IIThe British Royal Air Force (RAF) fought the Germans in the skies and saved Great Britain from being destroyed.Hitler then began to blockade Great Britain by using submarines to sink all ships coming into or out of Great Britain.
19 World War IIHitler shifted his attention off Great Britain and instead began to focus on Eastern Europe and Russia.Hitler attacked Russia in 1941 regardless of the peace treaty, Russia and Germany had signed years earlier.
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