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1 The Nazi Regime

2  enumerate the countries that have been involve in the World War II  discriminates the warlike attitude by sharing to the class the undesirable drawback of having war  compose a timeline scale video which would depict the summarization of what happened during World War II

3 “Nature is cruel, so we may be cruel, too… I have the right to remove millions of an inferior race that breeds like vermin” -Hitler

4  In Germany Adolf Hitler came to power in 1933 as a fascist dictator.  Hitler Hated the Treaty of Versailles and violated it. First he built up the German military. Then he sent troops into the Rhineland. This was a direct violation of the Treaty of Versailles, which said in 1919 that Rhineland was a demilitarized zone.

5  Hitler wanted to conquer whoever he felt was inferior to the Germans or Aryans. He wanted “living space” for the Germans in Eastern Europe.  On September 1, 1939 Germany invaded Poland without a declaration of war. This starts World War II.

6  Britain and France declared war on Germany on September 3,  Italy declared war on France and Britain on June 10, 1940.

7  In German blitzkrieg means “lightning war”.  Hitler used blitzkrieg during his invasion of Poland.  Blitzkrieg included surprise attacks, rapid advances into enemy territory, and massive air attacks that struck and shocked the enemy.  Germany achieved most of its victories in World War II with the Blitzkrieg tactic.

8 Blitzkrieg

9 “Blitzkrieg: German soldiers being parachuted into Holland - May 10, 1940”

10  The Maginot Line was a defensive for France against an invasion of Germany.  The Maginot Line was established after World War I.  The line showed to be little use in 1940 when Germany invaded France for the third time.

11 Maginot Line

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13  In April 1940 the quiet time of the war exploded into action.  Hitler launched a series of blitzkrieg.  Norway and and Denmark both fell.  Germany had overrun the Netherlands and Belgium.  Germany along with Italy forced France to surrender.

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15 Fall of France

16  The event at Dunkirk is called a miracle because the retreating allies had lost hope and then the British pulled through for them and rescued 338,000 men.

17  On June 22, 1940 France signs an armistice with Germany in occupied France.  An armistice is a cease fire or a truce.  The Franco-German Armistice divided France into two zones. One zone was under German military occupation and the other was under French control.  In 1942 Germans occupied all of France

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20  World War II ended in 1945  World War 2 ended with the unconditional surrender of the Axis powers.  Germany surrenders  On 8 May 1945, the Allies accepted Germany’s surrender, about a week after Adolf Hitler had committed suicide.

21  VE Day - Victory in Europe Day  VE Day – Victory in Europe celebrates the end of the Second World War on 8 May  8 May Winston Churchill announced VE Day - Victory in Europe. This day marks the end of WW2 in Europe.  Street parties were held all over Britain to celebrate the end of the war

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23  Even though the war was officially at an end in the Far East the war raged on, claiming more lives.

24  Japan, did not surrender at the same time as Germany. It was able to hold out for another few months. Atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6 and 9 respectively. After that the Imperial government sought the Emperor's personal authority to surrender which he granted. He made a personal radio address announcing the decision.  V-J Day - Victory in Japan Day.

25  15 August Japan surrenders to the Allies V-J Day (Victory in Japan)  2 September Having agreed in principle to unconditional surrender on 15 August 1945, Japan formally surrenders, ending World War II throughout the rest of the world.  The surrender was signed on 2 Sept aboard the battleship U.S.S. Missouri in Tokyo Bay.

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