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  •                                  The Axis Attacks
  • Germany Invades The Soviet Union
  • Japan Attacks The United States
  • The Axis Powers were Germany, Italy, and Japan. The Nazi forces storm into Poland and used Hitlers tactic called blitzkrieg. As Germany was attacking from the west, Stalin invaded from the east getting the land that was promised under the Nazi-Soviet Pact.
  • The Allies Push Towards Germany
  • After Hitler's failure to take over Britain, despite the Nazi-Soviet Pact, Hitler turns his army over to invade the Soviet Union. This was one of the most expensive invasions Hitler has done. The Nazi forces had lost a lot of soldiers due to the Soviet weather.
  • Nazis Defeated
  • Japan makes an attack on the US at Pearl Harbor. Japan was upset with the US because they refused to sell any materials or weapons to them for the war. These actions caused the bombing which caused the US to enter WWII.
  • Defeat for Japan
  • When the Allies invaded Germany, they were aiming to cut off all of their resources. They bombed factories, railroads, bridges, and aircraft that they could have used against them.
  • American and Russian soldiers all met and shook hands, agreeing that they would work together to defeat Germany. Guerrillas captured and executed Mussolini. Soviets troops fought there way into Berlin. Hitler found out and killed himself in his bunker. Germany surrendered and  on May 8, 1945, it was proclaimed as V-E Day.
  • After the Allies won in Europe, they used the rest of their resources into defeating Japan. By mid-1945, most of Japans navy and air force was destroyed. After the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Emperor Hirohito forced the government to surrender. On September 2, 1945, the formal peace treaty was signed.
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