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1934 Hitler becomes Fuhrer
1936 Hitler enters Rhineland Spanish Civil war
1938 Hitler takes Austria Nazis Burn synagogues
1939 Hitler Takes Czechoslovakia and Poland
1940 Germany attacks Denmark and Norway France Surrenders Germany cancels attack on Britain
1941 Japan attacks Pearl Harbor Germany starts attack on Russia
1942 Japan Has most of Philippines America wins a big sea battle against Japan Britain defeats Germany in Egypt Nazis Move Jew to Auschwitz Battle Of Stalingrad
1944 Allies take Rome D-Day- Normandy Battle Of Bulge Soviets outside Germany
1945 America takes back Philippines Hitler Commits suicide Germany Surrenders Roosevelt dies Atomic Bomb dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Pre- and Post War EuropeWar Europe What changes in the map of Europe were made after WWI?
A timeline. Nazis take Czechoslovakia Nazis sign Pact of Steel with Italy Nazis sign Non- Aggression pact with USSR Nazis invade Poland Britain,
WORLD WAR TWO TIMELINE. September 1939 Germany invades Poland, starting World War II. Britain and France declare war on Germany. April 1940 Germany invades.
World War One Ends The Great Depression Begins ( Nazi) National Socialist German Worker’s Party begins. Hitler is appointed Chancellor of Germany.
World War II. The Road to War: Aggression and Response International political instability arose from: –Built-up resentments from WWI –Worldwide depression.
WORLD WAR II. CAUSES OF THE WAR EUROPE: – Harsh treatment of Germany after WWI –New alliances (fascist countries) –Hitler’s unification with Austria –Signing.
WORLD WAR II CAUSES & EFFECTS. CAUSES IN ASIA Militaristic Japan was overcrowded and needed raw materials Militaristic Japan was overcrowded.
World War II: Dates to Remember Germany invaded Poland, starting World War II (Sept. 1) Britain and France Declare War on Germany. (Sept. 3)
World War II. Europe Goes to War German troops occupy the Rhineland – Germany annexes Austria – Anschluss 3. Sudetenland (Czechoslovakia)
Between 1936 and 1938 Hitler annexed the Saar area, Austria and the Sudetenland (Czechoslovakia). European leaders persuaded the Czeks to agree, to avoid.
The United States Enters the War By: Sarah Gurley.
Hitler’s Rise to Power. The Start Treaty of Versailles ends WWI (US, Britain, France) – Forces Germany to pay for WWI – Forces Germany to accept blame.
Organize Your Notes Key Events of World War II Key Terms:
Most of the world was suffering from the great depression, many countries were struggling to rebuild economies. This frustration led citizens to question.
The End of World War II. World War II World War II was the deadliest war ever. Over 60 million people were killed. World War II was the deadliest war.
World War II A Timeline of Events. Timeline 1922 – Mussolini becomes dictator in Italy. He is known as “Il Duce”
World War II Causes of WWII Rise of dictators in Europe (1920’s/30’s) Rise of dictators in Europe (1920’s/30’s) –Benito Mussolini (Italy) –Joseph.
World War II Bell Ringer Based on what you know, why might Germany be the source of aggression that started Based on what you know, why might.
WWII VOCAB Pacific Theater European Theater Non-Aggression Pact D-Day Island Hopping Lend-Lease Act.
World War II n Axis Powers n (GI JOE) n Germany n Italy n Japan n Allied Forces n Great Britain n France n Canada n Soviet Union n USA.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Who was on each side? Axis Powers Germany Italy Japan Allied Powers Great Britain Soviet Union United States France –Surrendered to Germany in 1940 after.
Causes of The Great Depression -On October 29, 1929 the stock market in the United States crashed -People began to spend less, invest less and borrow less;
U.S. Alliance with Great Britain and the Soviet Union.
1939Nazi-Soviet Pact signed; thus sealing Poland’s fate WWII officially begins; Invasion of Poland; alliances scramble to mobilize “Allied” countries of.
7b: Major events and turning points of World War II Germany invaded Poland, setting off war in Europe. The Soviet Union also invaded Poland and the Baltic.
WWII REVIEW GAME. 1) $5 What 3 countries formed the Axis powers?
What I Should Have Learned About World War II World History
World War II Overview Involved nearly every nation Started by Germany Was a war of the dictators and free states.
(Major) Axis Powers Germany Italy Japan (Major) Allied Powers Britain France United States Russia (at the end of the war) World War II The Key Players.
WWII Take Home Notes. Axis Alliance formed in 1936: Germany, Italy and Japan German & Italian Aggression – Mussolini expanded into Ethiopia against League.
April 15 – April 19 Chapter 32. The Road to War Austria is Annexed by Germany, March 1938 Hitler wanted to Annex parts of Czechoslovakia – Leads to the.
U.S. Involvement Good Neighbor Policy – 1933: Idea of nonintervention among nations, especially in Latin America.
© HarperCollins Publishers 2010 Chronology – sense of period What were the turning points of World War Two?
World War II Axis vs. Allies Headed Towards War Hitler protested the fairness of the Treaty of Versailles. He created a new air force, Luftwaffe.
War Around the World Social Studies 10 Ms. Rebecca 2009.
Knowledge Connections Definition Picture Term Vocabulary BlitzkriegD-Day.
By: Michael Ortiz & Rodniqua Debro Due: April 4,2012.
Final Jeopardy Question Ally or Axis Important Years of WWII 100 Post-war Alliances Results of WarCold War
WWII Study Guide Important People F. D. Roosevelt President of U.S. during WWII Joseph Stalin Leader of the Soviet Union (Russia) Winston Churchill Prime.
US History 10 th Grade By: Nate Ross MAJOR FORCES AND BATTLES OF WORLD WAR II.
Blitzkrieg = “ lightning war” 1. New war fighting tactic developed by Nazis 2. Combined use of armored infantry/tanks/Panzers + air power 3. Focus on.
EUROPE & NORTH AFRICA Topic 3: World War II Battles and Strategies PACIFIC ISLANDS.
EQ: How did countries cooperate to end WWII?. D-Day Invasion – Operation Overlord Largest amphibious attack in history Allies invade France and free.
Begin $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 BATTLES AND EVENTS NAZIS AND HOLOCAUST HOLOCAUST MORE BATTLES USA IN THE WAR WAR WWII COMES TO TO AN END WAR BEGINS.
World War II Major Events USII SOL 7 RECTOR. A quiz review… Germany invaded Poland, which set off the war in Europe. Germany and the Soviet Union signed.
Hitler came from Austria. When Hitler’s Nazi party came into power he took advantage o f the fact that Germany had lost of land after the First World.
World War II. Historical Context 1919: Treaty of Versailles signed; not everyone happy Great Depression military expenditures help mitigate effects….
CHAPTER 26, LESSON 6 THE WAR ENDS. U.S. decides that Hitler must be defeated first Germany is the greater threat Allied invasion of Europe Two front war.
World War II I. Causes A. Similar Causes to WWI World War I World War II 1. Alliances 2. Nationalism 3. Militarism 4. Imperialism.
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