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HISTORY DISPLAY CARDS WW2 Timeline… We’ll Meet Again: Vera Lynn
End of World War 1, 1918 Germany forced to give up land and was banned from having an army.
Adolf Hitler Comes To Power, 1933 The German people vote the leader of the Nazi party as their new leader.
Gas Masks, 26 th September 1938 Issued to the people of Britain.
Munich Agreement, 29 th September 1938 Signed by Neville Chamberlain and Hitler. There is hope for peace.
Germany Invades Czechoslovakia, March 1939
World War Two Begins, 3 rd September 1939 Britain and France declare war on Germany.
Germany invades Poland, 1 st September 1939
Evacuation, 1 st September 1939 Plans made to evacuate children ready for German air attacks.
National Registration Act, 7 th September 1939 All households provide information for Identity and Ration Cards.
Anderson Shelters, 1939 By September half a million shelters had been installed in British gardens.
Dig for Victory, October 1939 Campaign launched.
Rationing Begins, 7 th January 1940
Winston Churchill, 10 th May 1940 Replaces Neville Chamberlain as British Prime Minister.
The Blitz, 7 th September 1940 Nearly 200 Brits killed or injured in London on the first night alone.
21 st September 1940 Underground stations used as public air raid shelters.
Coventry, November hours 500 enemy aircraft 1000 casualties 4330 homes destroyed
Italy, 10 th June 1940 Join forces with Germany and enter the war.
Battle of Britain, 10 th July 1940 The Luftwaffe (German air force) attemt to destroy the British RAF (Royal Air Force).
Morrison Shelters, March 1941 Introduced for people without gardens.
House of Commons, 10 th May 1941 German air raid destroys the House of Commons and the Holborn theatre.
National Service Act, 18 th December 1941 Women called up for war work, jobs such as mechanics, engineers and tank drivers.
Historic Cities, 28 th September 1942 The Luftwaffe begins bombing Exeter, Bath amongst others.
‘V’ for Victory, 28 th September 1941 BBC launches campaign.
Clothes Rationed, 1 st June 1941 British government introduces clothing and furniture.
Italy Surrenders, 28 th September 1943
Italians swap sides, 10 th October 1943 Italy declares war on Germany.
D-Day, 6 th June 1944 Allied troops land in Northern France for the battle of Normandy.
US troops enter Germany, 11 th September 1944
Battle of the Bulge, 16 th December 1944 Germany launches a final offensive on the west, officially called the Ardennes Offensive.
Hitler commits suicide, 30 th April 19454
Germany surrenders, 7 th May 1945 German General Alfred Jodi signs an unconditional surrender of all German forces.
VE Day, 8 th May 1945 (Victory in Europe)
End of World War 2, 2 nd September 1945 Japan surrenders sparking the official end of the war across the world.
Rationing ends, 4 th July 1954 People tear up ration books to celebrate.
Year 9 History Project Images of War. Chamberlain and the Munich Agreement Neville Chamberlain, the British Prime Minister, wanted to avoid war with Germany.
World War II How was America involved? SS5H6: The student will explain the reasons for America’s involvement in WWII b. Describe major events in the war.
Chapter Sixteen World War II Section One Hitlers Lightning War.
World War I didn’t settle differences Harsh terms of Treaty of Versailles Especially on Germany Economic instability following First World.
World War IIWorld War II: The Road to War
World War II A True World War. Prelude to The War Nov. 11, 1918: World War I ends. Nov. 11, 1918: World War I ends. Jan. 16, : league of nations.
World War II. The Leaders Germany – Hitler Italy – Mussolini Japan – Hirohito USA – Roosevelt and Truman Britain – Churchill and Chamberlain.
By Erin Class 9. In this PowerPoint you will learn about the life of Winston Churchill, Propaganda, important dates in the war and rationing and you should.
By Hajra. Contents P3. Work in world war P4.Evacuation P5.Teenagers and what happened P6.Prime ministers at the time P7. Aldof Hitlers life P8.Germany.
The Origins of World War II The rise of Fascist dictators in Germany, Italy, and elsewhere made war almost inevitable. They glorified war and laid plans.
World War II and the Holocaust Recap of Causes Hitler wanted to scrap the restrictions the Treaty of Versailles imposed on Germany The Allies.
World War II – The War Begins. World War II Begins I.Hitler Makes his Move A. Anschluss – Illegal unification of Austria and Germany. 1. Hitler claimed.
World War II Interactive Webquest. Origins of World War II 1) The origins of World War II can be traced back to the end of ____________. A = WWI 2) What.
World War II. LEADERS OF THE AXIS POWERS ITALY- MUSSOLINI JAPAN-HIROHITO GERMANY-HITLER.
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FROM:Tatiana Brittany Richards History retold: WWII Within the "War Witness feature films We have created special films about the very start of the war,
AKS 47: World War II Chapter 32 – Pages Early Challenges to World Peace Sept. 1931: Japan Invades Manchuria; Withdraws from League of Nations.
The Search for Peace ( ) A. The Legacy of the Great War 1.During WWI 8.5 million soldiers were killed. 2. The Treaty of Versailles in 1919 punished.
World War II ( ). An Unhappy Ending After Germany was defeated in 1919, the Treaty of Versailles limited German strength –Germanys army was limited.
D-Day June 6 th, What was the situation in 1944? The Russians have defeated the Germans and are advancing in the East The Russians have defeated.
World War II European Theater, Pacific Theater, and the Immediate Aftermath of WWII.
Overview – Britain in the Second World War September 1, 1939 Germany attacked Poland World War II begins Blitzkrieg or lightning war Support for Poland.
World War II I. Causes A. Similar Causes to WWI World War I World War II 1. Alliances 2. Nationalism 3. Militarism 4. Imperialism.
World War II Progression packet. A. Hitler Defies the Versailles Treaty 1. March March 1935 a. Hitler states he will not honor the treaty a. Hitler.
World War II ( ) Causes for World War II UNDERLYING: Treaty of Versailles Treaty of Versailles Nationalism Nationalism Worldwide Depression.
World War II 6 th Grade Social Studies. Germanys Problems Germany faced many problems after WWI. It lost land and the industry and farms had been destroyed.
D-Day to the End. What was the situation in 1944? The Russians have defeated the Germans and are advancing in the East The Allies are victorious in Africa.
World War II ( ) What’s Essential? Causes of the War (underlying and direct) Causes of the War (underlying and direct) Reasons for American.
World War II Goal 10. Nazis ( nat-zees) Nazi Rise to Power What do you know about the Treaty of Versailles? Young radical named Adolf Hitler joins.
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