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World War II
World War 2 started in
september 1st 1939
and ended in
september 2nd 1945
Hitlers full name is Adolf Hitler

he has no middle name
over 50000000 people died
Adolf Hitler killed...
Anyone mentally or physically handicapped
anyone that didnt agree with him
millions of them were jews
6oooooo were estimated
was the most
wide spread
in history

1. a member of the National Socialist German Workers' party of Germany, which in 1933, under Adolf Hitler, seized political control of the country, suppressing all opposition and establishing a dictatorship over all cultural, economic, and political activities of the people, and promulgated belief in the supremacy of Hitler as Führer, aggressive anti-Semitism, the natural supremacy of the German people, and the establishment of Germany by superior force as a dominant world power. The party was officially abolished in 1945 at the conclusion of World War II.
2. ( often lowercase ) a person elsewhere who holds similar views.
3. Sometimes Offensive . ( often lowercase ) a person who is fanatically dedicated to or seeks to control a specified activity, practice, etc.:
from the dictionary...
the meanings of nazi
go around class and call other people nazis
4. of or pertaining to the Nazis.
from answers.com
Why did Hitler do what he did?
He felt victimized by the Jews. he blamed a Jewish doctor for his mother's death, he blamed a Jewish professor for rejecting his artwork when he applied to the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, and he blamed them for the German loss of World War 1.
Hitler blaimed the Jews for Germany's economic problems. Many German Jews were prosperous. He was hungry for power and seized the opportunity when Germany had so many troubles. Hitler was interested in art. He had a Jewish art teacher who trashed his work and added to his hatred
now back to my own words
the war
was said
to start
when germany
invaded poland
how dare they !!!!
the swastika originally came from...
a religion it meant...
and prosperity
there are constantly Hitler jokes
even on T.V. shows
if you want to joke say like 2 guys walk into a bar 1 ducks
enstein came up with the theory of relitivity or...
then invented the atom bomb using it
Leo Szilard
that was just a very small amount of the German army
einstein isnt the father of the atom bomb... leo slizard is
this is the Atom bomb
a very small amount
there were about 8.5 million nazis
thats 12.5% of Germany's population
these are what countrys were involved...
•Aden Protectorate (former South Yemen)
•British Malaya (today's Malaysia and Singapore)
•British Raj (today's India, Bangladesh, Burma and Pakistan)
•Costa Rica
•Dominican Republic
•Dutch East Indies (present-day Indonesia and New Guinea)
•El Salvador
•French Indochina (today's Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam)
•French Guiana
•The Netherlands
•New Zealand
•Saudi Arabia
•Soviet Union
•Trucial States (today's United Arab Emirates)
•The United States
the Nazis lost the war because they attacked Russia but the American and the European army were there too so the Nazis were being attacked by
this is a Nazi medical experiment
Germany was desperate so they tried to bring back fallen soldiers
in other words they were trying to make
kind of idiotic huh?
i dont think so
American troops march into battle
September 18, 1931
Japan invades Manchuria.

October 2, 1935-May 1936
Fascist Italy invades, conquers, and annexes Ethiopia.

October 25-November 1, 1936
Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy sign a treaty of cooperation on October 25; on November 1, the Rome-Berlin Axis is announced.

November 25, 1936
Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan sign the Anti-Comintern Pact, directed against the Soviet Union and the international Communist movement.

July 7, 1937
Japan invades China, initiating World War II in the Pacific.

March 11-13, 1938
Germany incorporates Austria in the Anschluss.

September 29, 1938
Germany, Italy, Great Britain, and France sign the Munich agreement which forces the Czechoslovak Republic to cede the Sudetenland, including the key Czechoslovak military defense positions, to Nazi Germany.

March 14-15, 1939
Under German pressure, the Slovaks declare their independence and form a Slovak Republic. The Germans occupy the rump Czech lands in violation of the Munich agreement, forming a Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.

March 31, 1939
France and Great Britain guarantee the integrity of the borders of the Polish state.

April 7-15, 1939
Fascist Italy invades and annexes Albania.

August 23, 1939
Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union sign a nonaggression agreement and a secret codicil dividing eastern Europe into spheres of influence.

September 1, 1939
Germany invades Poland, initiating World War II in Europe.

September 3, 1939
Honoring their guarantee of Poland’s borders, Great Britain and France declare war on Germany.

September 17, 1939
The Soviet Union invades Poland from the east.

September 27-29, 1939
Warsaw surrenders on September 27. The Polish government flees into exile via Romania. Germany and the Soviet Union divide Poland between them.

November 30, 1939-March 12, 1940
The Soviet Union invades Finland, initiating the so-called Winter War. The Finns sue for an armistice and have to cede the northern shores of Lake Lagoda and the small Finnish coastline on the Arctic Sea to the Soviet Union.

April 9, 1940-June 9, 1940
Germany invades Denmark and Norway. Denmark surrenders on the day of the attack; Norway holds out until June 9.

May 10, 1940-June 22, 1940
Germany attacks western Europe -- France and the neutral Low Countries. Luxembourg is occupied on May 10; the Netherlands surrenders on May 14; and Belgium surrenders on May 28. On June 22, France signs an armistice agreement by which the Germans occupy the northern half of the country and the entire Atlantic coastline. In southern France, a collaborationist regime with its capital in Vichy is established.

June 10, 1940
Italy enters the war. Italy invades southern France on June 21.

June 28, 1940
The Soviet Union forces Romania to cede the eastern province of Bessarabia and the northern half of Bukovina to the Soviet Ukraine.

June 14, 1940-August 6, 1940
The Soviet Union occupies the Baltic States on June 14-18, engineering Communist coup d’états in each of them on July 14-15, and then annexing them as Soviet Republics on August 3-6.

July 10, 1940-October 31, 1940
The air war known as the Battle of Britain ends in defeat for Nazi Germany.

August 30, 1940
Second Vienna Award: Germany and Italy arbitrate a decision on the division of the disputed province of Transylvania between Romania and Hungary. The loss of northern Transylvania forces Romanian King Carol to abdicate in favor of his son, Michael, and brings to power a dictatorship under General Ion Antonescu.

September 13, 1940
The Italians invade British-controlled Egypt from Italian-controlled Libya.

September 27, 1940
Germany, Italy, and Japan sign the Tripartite Pact.

October 1940
Italy invades Greece from Albania on October 28.

November 1940
Slovakia (November 23), Hungary (November 20), and Romania (November 22) join the Axis.

February 1941
The Germans send the Afrika Korps to North Africa to reinforce the faltering Italians.

March 1, 1941
Bulgaria joins the Axis.

April 6, 1941-June 1941
Germany, Italy, Hungary, and Bulgaria invade and dismember Yugoslavia. Yugoslavia surrenders on April 17. Germany and Bulgaria invade Greece in support of the Italians. Resistance in Greece ceases in early June 1941.

April 10, 1941
The leaders of the terrorist Ustasa movement proclaim the so-called Independent State of Croatia. Recognized immediately by Germany and Italy, the new state includes the province of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Croatia joins the Axis powers formally on June 15, 1941.

June 22, 1941-November 1941
Nazi Germany and its Axis partners (except Bulgaria) invade the Soviet Union. Finland, seeking redress for the territorial losses in the armistice concluding the Winter War, joins the Axis just before the invasion. The Germans quickly overrun the Baltic States and, joined by the Finns, lay siege to Leningrad (St. Petersburg) by September. In the center, the Germans capture Smolensk in early August and drive on Moscow by October. In the south, German and Romanian troops capture Kiev (Kyiv) in September and capture Rostov on the Don River in November.

December 6, 1941
A Soviet counteroffensive drives the Germans from the Moscow suburbs in chaotic retreat.

December 7, 1941
Japan bombs Pearl Harbor.

December 8, 1941
The United States declares war on Japan, entering World War II. Japanese troops land in the Philippines, French Indochina (Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia), and British Singapore. By April 1942, the Philippines, Indochina, and Singapore are under Japanese occupation.

December 11-13, 1941
Nazi Germany and its Axis partners declare war on the United States.

May 30, 1942-May 1945
The British bomb Köln (Cologne), bringing the war home to Germany for the first time. Over the next three years Anglo-American bombing reduces urban Germany to rubble.

June 1942
British and U.S. navies halt the Japanese naval advance in the central Pacific at Midway.

June 28, 1942-September 1942
Germany and her Axis partners launch a new offensive in the Soviet Union. German troops fight their way into Stalingrad (Volgograd) on the Volga River by mid-September and penetrate deep into the Caucasus after securing the Crimean Peninsula.

August-November 1942
U.S. troops halt the Japanese island-hopping advance towards Australia at Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands.

October 23-24, 1942
British troops defeat the Germans and Italians at El Alamein in Egypt, sending the Axis forces in chaotic retreat across Libya to the eastern border of Tunisia.

November 8, 1942
U.S. and British troops land at several points on the beaches of Algeria and Morocco in French North Africa. The failure of the Vichy French troops to defend against the invasion enables the Allies to move swiftly to the western border of Tunisia, and triggers the German occupation of southern France on November 11.

November 23, 1942-February 2, 1943
Soviet troops counterattack, breaking through the Hungarian and Romanian lines northwest and southwest of Stalingrad and trapping the German Sixth Army in the city. Forbidden by Hitler to retreat or try to break out of the Soviet ring, the survivors of the Sixth Army surrender on January 30 and February 2, 1943.

May 13, 1943
Axis forces in Tunisia surrender to the Allies, ending the North African campaign.

July 10, 1943
U.S. and British troops land on Sicily. By mid-August, the Allies control Sicily.

July 5, 1943
The Germans launch a massive tank offensive near Kursk in the Soviet Union. The Soviets blunt the attack within a week and begin an offensive initiative of their own.

July 25, 1943
The Fascist Grand Council deposes Benito Mussolini, enabling Italian marshall Pietro Badoglio to form a new government.

September 8, 1943
The Badoglio government surrenders unconditionally to the Allies. The Germans immediately seize control of Rome and northern Italy, establishing a puppet Fascist regime under Mussolini, who is freed from imprisonment by German commandos on September 12.

September 9, 1943
Allied troops land on the beaches of Salerno near Naples.

November 6, 1943
Soviet troops liberate Kiev.

January 22, 1944
Allied troops land successfully near Anzio, just south of Rome.

March 19, 1944
Fearing Hungary’s intention to desert the Axis partnership, the Germans occupy Hungary and compel the regent, Admiral Miklos Horthy, to appoint a pro-German minister president.

June 4, 1944
Allied troops liberate Rome. Within six weeks, Anglo-American bombers could hit targets in eastern Germany for the first time.

June 6, 1944
British and U.S. troops successfully land on the Normandy beaches of France, opening a “Second Front” against the Germans.

June 22, 1944
The Soviets launch a massive offensive in eastern Byelorussia (Belarus), destroying the German Army Group Center and driving westward to the Vistula River across from Warsaw in central Poland by August 1.

July 25, 1944
Anglo-American forces break out of the Normandy beachhead and race eastward towards Paris.

August 1, 1944-October 5, 1944
The non-communist underground Home Army rises up against the Germans in an effort to liberate Warsaw before the arrival of Soviet troops. The Soviet advance halts on the east bank of the Vistula. On October 5, the Germans accept the surrender of the remnants of the Home Army forces fighting in Warsaw.

August 15, 1944
Allied forces land in southern France near Nice and advance rapidly towards the Rhine River to the northeast.

August 20-25, 1944
Allied troops reach Paris. On August 25, Free French forces, supported by Allied troops, enter the French capital. By September, the Allies reach the German border; by December, virtually all of France, most of Belgium, and part of the southern Netherlands are liberated.

August 23, 1944
The appearance of Soviet troops on the Prut River induces the Romanian opposition to overthrow the Antonescu regime. The new government concludes an armistice and immediately switches sides in the war. The Romanian turnaround compels Bulgaria to surrender on September 8, and the Germans to evacuate Greece, Albania, and southern Yugoslavia in October.

August 29, 1944-October 28, 1944
Under the leadership of the Slovak National Council, consisting of both Communists and non-Communists, underground Slovak resistance units rise against the Germans and the indigenous fascist Slovak regime. In late October, the Germans capture Banská Bystrica, the headquarters of the uprising, and put an end to organized resistance.

September 12, 1944
Finland concludes an armistice with the Soviet Union, leaving the Axis partnership.

October 20, 1944
U.S. troops land in the Philippines.

October 15, 1944
The Hungarian fascist Arrow Cross movement carries out a coup d’état with German support to prevent the Hungarian government from pursuing negotiations for surrender to the Soviets.

December 16, 1944
The Germans launch a final offensive in the west, known as the Battle of the Bulge, in an attempt to re-conquer Belgium and split the Allied forces along the German border. By January 1, 1945, the Germans are in retreat.

January 12, 1945
The Soviets launch a new offensive, liberating Warsaw and Krakow in January, capturing Budapest after a two-month siege on February 13, driving the Germans and their Hungarian collaborators out of Hungary in early April, forcing the surrender of Slovakia with the capture of Bratislava on April 4, and capturing Vienna on April 13.

March 7, 1945
U.S. troops cross the Rhine River at Remagen.

April 16, 1945
The Soviets launch their final offensive, encircling Berlin.

April 1945
Partisan units, led by Yugoslav Communist leader Josip Tito, capture Zagreb and topple the Ustasa regime. The top Ustasa leaders flee to Italy and Austria.

April 30, 1945
Hitler commits suicide.

May 7, 1945
Germany surrenders to the western Allies.

May 9, 1945
Germany surrenders to the Soviets.

May 1945
Allied troops conquer Okinawa, the last island stop before the Japanese islands.

August 6, 1945
The United States drops an atomic bomb on Hiroshima.

August 8, 1945
The Soviet Union declares war on Japan and invades Manchuria.

August 9, 1945
The United States drops an atomic bomb on Nagasaki.

September 2, 1945
Having agreed in principle to unconditional surrender on August 14, 1945, Japan formally surrenders, ending World War II.
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2. the troops or the branch of an army concerned with the use and service of such weapons.
3. the science that treats of the use of such weapons.
if you laughed youre immature
this is by mason and kaydn
Estimated 406,000 Americans died in WWII
600,000 wounded
5,600 American civiloians were killed
2.5% of the worlds population died in wwII
This is the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
12,600,000 Americans survived WWII
1,555,000 Japanese people died in WWII
3.5 million nazis died in WWII
america told japan
to surrender or
else they would
but Japan ignored the threat
but Japan ignored the threat
then the only nuclear bombing thet ever happened in history happened
nagasaki and hiroshima got bombed
about 25,000 people died a day in WWII
at this time germany was called The Third Reich
this is some footage from the battle of berlin
this is footage from a nazis helmet camera
Iwo Jima is a 8.5 square mile japanese island that America tried to take in February 1945
It had 1500 bunkers !!!!
there was 1,500 bunkers on that tiny island!
it had 6 miles of tunnels
The Berlin wall was a wall that separated east Berlin from west Berlin east Berlin was civilized while west berlin was uncivilized and even after his death people from west Berlin still worshipped Hitler
the wall had guard towers and anyone that was in west Berlin and tried to cross to east Berlin to be civilized got shot
West Berlin reffered to the wall as the wall of shame





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between 100 and 200 people died from trying to cross the wall
nazi army
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the young
the weak
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