WORLD WAR 2

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  • Polish Invasion
  • Germany Attacks The Soviet Union
  • Japan bombs Pearl Harbor
  • On September 3rd Germany invaded Poland with a military strategy known as  "blitzkrieg." By September 28, Poland had surrender. This invasion started World War II.
  • British and USA troops land on the Normandy
  • On June 22, 1941, Germany attacks the Soviet Union. The first few months went as planed for Germany but as the Russian winter started so did German troubles. On December 6, the Soviet Union launched a major attack against the Germans, driving them back from Moscow.
  • Germany surrenders to the western Allies
  • on December 7, 1941, Japanese fighter planes attacked the American naval base at Pearl Harbor.  The president asked congress to declare war on Japan and three days later Germany and Italy declared war on America. More than 2,000 Americans soldiers and sailors died in the attack, and another 1,000 were wounded. 
  • Japan Surrenders
  • June 6, 1944, also known as D-Day, The United States and Britain forces land on Normandy. Over 850,000 men, 148,000 vehicles, and 570,000 tons of supplies had been sent to Normandy. 
  • On May 7, 1945, Germany signed an unconditional surrender at Reims in Northwestern France. Although Germany had surrender in the west they kept fighting on the east for almost another day.
  • On September 2, 1943, Japan surrenders; Japan's surrender was foreseen, the country and its economy were devastated.  On August 6, the first atomic bomb was dropped; later the Soviet Union declared war on Japan and Japan was overwhelmed with the attack. After a long debate emperor Hirohito convened the supreme war council to surrender.
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