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  • El Holocausto
  • Alemania invade Polonia
  • Hiroshima y Nagasaki
  • El holocausto fue el asesinato masivo de millones de personas a manos del régimen nazi durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, que se desarrolló entre 1939 y 1945. La población judía fue el principal objetivo de los nazis, y se estima que 2 de cada 3 judíos europeos murieron durante esta campaña de exterminio.
  • The Battle of Stalingrad
  • Cuando Hitler invadió Polonia el 1 de Septiembre de1939, Francia y Reino Unido declararon la guerra a Alemania, Alemania atacó a Francia. Francia cayó en Junio 1940 y los nazis dominaron la mayor parte de Europa y el norte de Africa. 
  • Battle of Midway
  • Los Japoneses continuaron en pie de guerra aún cuando terminó la guerra en Europa. Truman decidió utilizar la recién desarrollada bomba atómica para finalizar el conflicto y prevenir más perdidas.  El Enola Gay dejó caer una bomba atómica sobre Hiroshima el 6 de Agosto de 1945 y una segunda sobre Nagasaki el 9 de Agosto del mismo año., 
  • D-Day
  • On June 22, 1941, four million troops poured over the Russian border. Within one month, over two and half million Russians had been killed, wounded or captured. What followed can only be described as a nine-month titanic battle, with the result that the German Sixth Army in Russia was almost completely destroyed. That was the beginning of the end for Germany, but it would take three more years of desperate fighting, and millions and millions of people dead before it was all over.
  • Following the attack on Peal Harbor, Japanese armies rolled over Southeast Asia, the Philippines, and the East Indies. The war in the Pacific was fought on land, at sea, and in the air. The turning point in the war in the Pacific came in June, 1942 at the Battle of Midway. In a four day battle fought between aircraft based on giant aircraft carriers, the U.S. destroyed hundreds of Japanese planes and regained control of the Pacific.
  • On D-Day, June 6, 1944 , General Dwight Eisenhower led U.S. and Allied troops in an invasion of Normandy, France. The armies fought their way through France and Belgium and into Germany while Russian troops fought from the east. On May 7, 1945, Germany surrendered.
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