Prohibited the export of “arms, ammunition, and implements of war” from the United States to foreign nations at war.
Germany and the Soviet Union agreed to take no military action against each other for the next 10 years
Poland was partitioned by Germany and the USSR for the 4th time in its history
Played an integral role in the implementation of the “Final solution to the Jewish Question” in territories conquered by Nazi Germany.
Germany and France signed an armistice and the result was a split of the country until the allied landings.
the Battle of Britain ended when Germany’s Luftwaffe failed to gain air superiority over the Royal Air Force. Britain’s decisive victory saved the country from a ground invasion and possible occupation by German forces
The Failure of Barbarossa forced Nazi Germany to fight a two-front war against a coalition possessing immensely superior resources
Made the United States join in WWII
Made it more likely for the allies to win.
authorized the removal of any or all people from military areas “as deemed necessary or desirable.”
major naval battle that resulted from the decoding of Japanese messages and led to major damage to the Japanese army.
it stopped Germany from advancing into the Soviet Union and was a good turning point in the war for the allies
allied troops landed on the French coast to fight against Nazi Germany in Normandy.
Majdanek was found by the Allies and was full of sick and starving people.
Mussolini was shot while trying to flee to Switzerland. HE was later hung upside down publicly.
Hitler shots himself and eats a cyanide pill and 8 days later Germany surrenders to the Allies.
Allies victory over the axis power, German Soldiers laid down their arms and stopped fighting and were defeated on a final cease-fire.
U.S becomes the first and only nation to use an atomic bomb during war. It ended the war with Japan.
Japan formally surrenders to the U.S on the U.S.S. Missouri is known as the victory over Japan day
series of 13 trials who included the defendant( the Nazi Party) against such charges and crimes against peace and set the milestone for a permanent international court