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World War II Europe

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By: Dylan, Isaiah, Olivia, Myah, Gillian, and Valerie
Turning points
Hand gun-Most officers carried a revolver or a automatic pistol. Allied soldiers prized the sleek German Luger PO8 as a war souvenir.
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World War II Europe
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grey: wounded
green: MIA
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Leaders, Generals, and Politicians
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Jan Smuts
George S. Patton
Wladyslaw Anders
Mao Zedong
Major Battles
Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim
Tadeusz Tomorowski
Generals
Great war Casulities from 1914-1918
leaders
Edward Rydzsmigly
Maurice Gamelin
Benito Mussolini
Leopold 111 of Belgium
Lyndon B. Johnson
Josip Broz Tito
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Affects of World War 2
Rifle - Most Rifles needed reloading after each shot, so the U.S. semiatomatic M1 carbine was a technological revolution.
Automatic Rifle - The Germans were the first to make an accurate, quick firing, Self-loading assualt Rifle, the Gewehr 41 {w}.
Adolf Hitler- After his attack on Poland in 1939, it affected his thinking experiences about warfare.
Invasion of Sicily - July 9 to August 7, 1942

Invasion of Itay - September 3 to September 16, 1943

Operation Overload - June 6 to August 25, 1944

Mariands Campain - September 15, 1944

Rhineland Campain - September 15 to March 21, 1945

Battle of the Bulge - December 16, 1944 to January 25, 1945

Submachine gun - These shot 400 to 800 rounds per minute in short bursts. Top performers were the German MP40 and the U.S. Thompson.
Machine guns-Each section of 8 to 10 men had support from a light weight machine gun. Heavy machine guns, mounted on tripods, and were better for long - range targets.
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Casulities
June 6, 1944 - After a long time the western allies were finally ready to invade western europe in order to take over germany. This day marked the begining of the last chapter in the war.

The spring of 1945 - The battle of berlin took place. That battle was the major battle of the war.

February 1943 - After months of fierce fighting and heavy casualties, the surviving German forces surrendered.

November 1942 - Soviet forces launched a counteroffensive against the Germans arrayed at Stalingrad.

April 1945 - From their bridgehead across the Oder River, Soviet forces launched a massive final offensive toward Berlin.
Results of World War 2 Europe
Who is in power, what is going on in the world, and what were some causes of this war?
Who was in power?
Great Britain
Soviet Union
France
Germany(Tried to take over Europe in 1941)
All the main allied powers in Europe at the time.
One cause of the war was in response to the Nazi invasion in Poland, in 1941.
Another cause was France declaired war on Germany.
Germany was forced to sign the Treaty of Versallies.
Homefront
Neville Chamberlain
Winston Churchhill
Charles De Gaulle
Adolf Hitler
F . D Roosevelt
Josph Stalin
Harry Truman
Politicians
Were there any peace treatys?
Yes, the treaty of Paris, and the Treaty of Versallies.
Were there any damages, or changes?
Yes, Germany was totaly defeted. Hitler commited suicide, England and France were no longer in control. Germany became very poor, and had to pay for other countries damages.
Was there any new leguslation?
Yes, there was womens rights.
The Britsh civilian population was during the World War 2 was mobilised in a way never seen before or since, living in a heavily regulated society and coming under sustained attack from the enemy.
Work Cited.
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