first two year of WW2 time line

first two year of WW2 time line
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  • September 1, 1939, Nazi Germany invades Poland and poland surrenders 
  • Thank you Poland Germany has accepted your surrender.
  • May 10, 1940, Germany launches an invasion of Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and France.
  • Yes, sir.
  • The invasion of Poland went really well let's do it to  Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and France.
  • July 10,1940 Nazi Germany starts bombing Britain in the battle of Britain
  • The Luftwaffe is attacking. 
  • Run for cover.
  • Within a few weeks, the Polish army was defeated, seeing no other way the polish surrendered at Warsaw.
  • September 27, 1940 Germany, Italy, and Japan, sign the Tripartite Pact in Berlin
  • Im so glad that we decided to sign this agreement Japan now we just have to wait for Mussolini.
  • After successfully invading Poland Hitler decides that he will also invade the nations of  Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and France. after only a few weeks of fighting the only country that hadn't surrendered was France.
  • June 22, 1941, Nazi Germany launches the invasion of the Soviet Union
  • Sir the Germans have started an invasion.
  • That's a bad idea but ok send some troops to the western border.  
  • The greatly outnumbered British RAF was able to fend off the German Luftwaffe showing that Britain would never surrender. 
  • December 7th, 1941 Japan launches a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor
  • Yes Mr. President.
  • I want the military ready to counter-attack against Japan.
  • The Tripartite Pact was an agreement that stated if any of the nations that had signed the agreement would help one another if any of them go to war. 
  • Agreed
  • The Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union codenamed operation Barbosa was the largest most ambitious effort of the entire war.    
  • The Japanese surprise attack on the American naval base that had killed 2300 American soldiers and left 1,100 wounded outraged president Roosevelt and the American people causing FDR to declare war on Japan.
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