World History

World History
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  • Start of World War II
  • I will do whatever I want and continue to expand.
  • Japan Attacks 
  • Women's Suppot
  • The Germans made a promise that they were only going to take part of Czechoslovakia and that they were not going to expand anymore. Instead, on September 1939 that promise was broke when the Germans invaded Poland which sparked WWII. The Germans will continue to expand and break the Nazi-Soviet Pact. 
  • Allied Victories 
  • During this time, the United States stayed neutral while dealing with their own problems such as the Great Depression. Cutting ties with Japan, the United States created tensions between Japan. The tensions sparked a surprise bombing on the United States Pearl Harbor. The United States were furious declaring war on Japan expanding WWII. 
  • Island Hopping
  • Both British and American women would help support the ones who were serving by driving ambulance, delivering airplanes, and decoding messages. This was a huge help to the ones who were serving because at the time, women did not do that much and by leading in these jobs it gave the women power and helped out the men as well. 
  • End of World War II
  • I surrender !
  • The allied countries won the battle of El Alamein forcing the axis powers back. The battle of Stalingard made Germany surrender because the Soviets surrounded the troops leaving them with no food and ammunition.  This gave the allies a chance to win. When Germany lost, it was split into four between the allies ending the big three.
  • The United States started to island hop. Their goal was to strike the weaker islands first slowly making their way to Japan. MacArthur began to retake the Philippines. Japan soon bomb pearl harbor. Truman, the new president, warned Japan to surrender but they refused 
  • Japan had two choices at this point, to surrender or surrender with casualties. Japan still refused to surrender. Two bombs were then dropped in Manchurian and Nagasaki killing thousands. This forced Japan to surrender and sign a treaty to soon end war.
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