World War ll Timeline

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  • German Invasion
  • DENMARK
  • Pearl Harbor
  • Battle of Stalingrad
  • From 1940 to 1941, the Germans were invading several nations including Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands, France, Belgium, and much of Eastern Europe.
  • D-Day
  • On December 7, 1941 was the day that the Japanese made a surprise attack on the United States by bombing their naval base. The bombing of Pearl Harbor led to the United States entering the war.
  • The Holocaust
  • The Battle of Stalingrad was a great victory to the Allied powers for the Soviet Union had the upper hand of being accustomed to the harsh winters that made the Germans surrender.
  • Yalta Conference
  • On June 6, 1944, General Dwight Eisenhower led Allied troops to fight on the beaches of Normandy in France. The troops then fought their way all throughout France, Belgium and Germany while the Soviet Union was fighting from the east.
  • The Holocaust consisted of the massive genocide of Jews from the nazi regime because the Germans felt that they were the "superior race" and therefore decided to get rid of those who they considered to be "inferior"
  • The Yalta conference was held by the leaders of the Allied powers to determine the fate of Germany and create plans for the post-war world. The conference ended up leading to the separation of western democratic nations from the eastern communistic nations.
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