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World War II

Bryant, Agus, Gio, Arkan

Bryant Rahadian

on 4 September 2012

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World War II Bryant, Agus, Gio, Arkan On the 1st of September in 1939 the Nazis invaded Poland. They invaded Poland to re-unite Germany as whole from being cut off from East Prussia by the "Polish Corridor" (a land like a corridor) that led to the sea.

The UK and France gave Hitler an ultimatum (a final demand). Hitler ignored the threat and kept pushing his troops. Britain and France officially declared war on Germany. How did world war 2 start? On the 7th of December 1941, Japan attacked the American naval base ( Pearl Harbor in Hawaii ). After that America joined the Allies and the war became global. Allied Power Teams and Majors Soviet Russia 1939:
Hitler invades Poland on the 1st of September.

Britain and France declared war 2 days later. Milestones 1940:
The British victory in Battle of Britain forces Hitler to postpone his invasion plans.

Churchill became the Prime Minister of Britain 1941:
Hitler began to invade Soviet Russia, the Soviets declared war

Japan attacked Pearl Harbor and the US joined the war 1942:
The mass murder of Jewish people at Auschwitz began 1943:
Germany surrendered at Stalingrad 1944:
In August, Paris was liberated

The US Okinawa liberated Guam 1945:
Auschwitz is liberated by Soviet troops

Hitler committed suicide and Germany surrendered on 7 May

Japan surrendered on the 14th of August after atomic bombs were dropped at Hiroshima and Nagasaki The struggle for national independence of non-European peoples was greatly affected by the war. Impact They invented new technologies to fight diseases.
Economic matters in the world is disorganized. Joined the War in: 1941, after Operation Barbossa In Office: Joseph Stalin Joined in : 1939, right after Poland was Invaded United Kingdom In office: Neville Chamberlain 28th May 1937 - 10th May 1940 Sir Winston Churchill 10th May 1940 - 26th July 1945 United States of America In office: Franklin D. Roosevelt: 4th march 1933 - 12th April 1945 Harry S. Truman: 12 April 1945 - 20 January 1953 Axis Power Joined in September 1 1939, the Poland invasion Nazi Germany In Office: Paul Von Hindenburg 1933 - 1934 Adolf Hitler 1934 - 1945 Karl Donitz 1945 The Conclusion Thank you! Joined: December 7, 1941, right after the pearl harbor was bombed 89Y Joined: June 10 1940, 15 days before the French Surrender The Empire of Italy Benito Mussolini, 24 December 1925 - 25 July 1943 "I have seen war...I hate war." Franklin D. Roosevelt - at in address at Chautauqua, NY - August 14, 1936 "The Red Army and Navy and the whole Soviet people must fight for every inch of Soviet soil, fight to the last drop of blood for our towns and villages...onward, to victory!" Joseph Stalin - July 1941 A man does what he must - in spite of personal consequences, in spite of obstacles and dangers and pressures - and that is the basis of all human morality. - Winston Churchill In Office: "Germany must either be a world power or there will be no Germany" - Adolf Hitler from the 'Mein Kampf' Fascism should rightly be called Corporatism, as it is the merger of corporate and government power. - Benito Mussolini “We have resolved to endure the unendurable and suffer what is insufferable.” - Emperor Hirohito Empire of Great Japan Joined in: November 25 1936, The alliance of Japan with Nazi Germany In office: Emperor Hirohito
December 25 1926 - January 7 1989 The death toll of the war reaches 61 million. By far, this is the bloodiest war in history and we think that nobody would want it to happen again. America Joins The War Ending of the War Germany gave up after being pushed by the Russian from the East and by the allies from the West and South. Germany Surrenders The second world war was won by the Allies. The Winner of World War 2 2. 1. Japan Surrenders 3. Japan surrendered after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima (August 6, 1945) and Nagasaki (August 9, 1945).
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