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Hitler joins/establishes Nazi Party

1919

Hitler joins National Socialist German Workers Party

1919

Fascist Italy

1921

Mussolini establishes the Fascist Party

Mussolini established Facist Party in Italy

1921

State offically called Soviet Union

1922

March on Rome

October 1922

Mussolini marched on Rome with thousands of his followers – black shirts.

Leinin Died

1924

"five year plan" intro

1928

placed economic activity under state management

Stalin turns Soviet Union around

1928

Kellogg-Briand Pact

1928

“as an instrument of national policy.”
Yet it did not include a plan to deal with countries that broke their pledge. The
Pact was, therefore, only a small step toward peace.

Flood of Books claim arms dealers in US were cause of WWI

1930

Japanese Invasion of Manchuria

1931

Japanese launch surprise attack and seized control of the Chinese province of Manchuria

Nazi's become dominant political power in Germany

1932

The people needed a source of Light in their life and country

6 million germans were unemployed

1932

Nazis are second biggest political party in Germany

June 1932

Hitler pulls Germany out of the League of Nations

1933

Hitler as a result of total power pulls Germany out of League of Nations

Hitler becomes Chancellor

JAN 1933

Establishes the Third REich in GErmany

Roosevelt takes office

1933

Nazis take power

1933

Removal of Non- Aryans from government positions

April 7, 1933

Showed Hitlers hatrid of the Jews

Reciprocal Trade Agreement act pushed through congress

1934

German military buildup

1935

neutrality acts passed

1935

Nuremberg Laws Stripped Jews of Rights

1935

Rebellion against spanish Republic

1936

spanish soldiers GEN FRAn Franco rebel

Soviets Become Second largest industrial power behind US

1937

Invasion of China

Jul 1937

Tojo launched attack

Hitler met secretly with top military advisors

Nov 5, 1937

started expansion of Germany

German troops march into Austria unopposed

Mar 12, 1938

Munich agreement

Sept 30, 1938

Kristallnacht

Nov 9 1938 - Nov 10, 1938

Nazis attack jews

Joachum von Ribbentrop observes that no one wants the GErman Jews

Dec 1938

Poland mistreatment by Nazis

1939

Neutrality act of 1939

1939

Cash and Carry

Soviets invade Finland

1939

Stalin firmly established totalitarian government

1939

Only a 250,000 jews left in Germany

1939

Invasion of Czechoslovakia

Mar 15, 1939

Non agression Germans-Soviets

Aug 23, 1939

Cahs and Carry

Sept 1939

Poland gets invaded

Sept 1, 1939

Blitzkrieg used over Poland

Sept 1 1939

France Conquered

1940

Selective TRaining and Service

1940

GIs

African Americans working at skilled jobs rose from 16 to 30%

1940 - 1944

German attack on Denmark and Norway

Apr 9, 1940

Battle of Britain

June 1940 - August 1940

2,000 German Planes ranged over Britain

August 15 1940

RAF shot down 185 planes while only losing 28

Sept 15 1940

Tripartite Pact

Sept 27, 1940

Office of Scientific Research ad Development

1941

Japanese take Indochina

1941

Chelmno concentration Camp began operating

1941

Blacks pour into Cali

1941 - 1944

Lend-Lease Act

Mar 1941

Germans began fighting with Soviets

June 1941

March on Washington

Jul 1, 1941

Attacking of U-Boats

Sept 1941

German Submarine fired on US destroyer Greer

Sept 4 1941

Roosevelt ordered Navy to shoot German Submarines on sight

Tojo and Japs prepare for attack on US

Nov 5, 1941

Bombing of Pearl Harbor

Dec 7, 1941

Winston Churchill and FDR meet at white house

Dec 22, 1941

the two discuss war plans

Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) Founded

1942

civil rights leader James Farmer

Germans took offense in southern Soviet Union

1942

Congredd of Racial Equality

1942

Japanese internment

1942

End of automobile production for private use

Feb 1942

Mass murdering of Jews law put in place fo the Final Stage

Feb 1942

Roosevelt Signed ordered removal of Japanese from West coast

Feb 19 1942

Douglas Macarthur leaves the phillipines

March 11, 1942

tells the people that he will be back

Doolittles raid Daring invasion of Tokyo and other Japanese cities

Apr 18, 1942

The United States protects Australlia

May 1942

Battle of the Coral Sea

MAy 1942

Women's Auxillary Army Corps becomes law

May 15, 1942

WAAC

Germans wanted to wipe out Stallingrad

June 1942

Nimitz's scout planes found Japanesse fleet

june 3 1942

first allied offensive began when 19000 troops stormed Guadicanal

Aug 1942

Germans approach Stalingrad

Aug 1942

Allied troops landed in Casablanca, Oran, and Algies

Nov 1942

140 Liberty ships were produced each month

1943

Tidal Wave of racial violence because of black migration

1943

Racial Violence in the US

Jan 31, 1943

Germans surrenderd in Stallingrad

Jan 31 1943

Blacks see first Combat

April 1943

Battle of the Atlantic turned in favor of US and Britain

June 1943

Racial violence against mexicans in LA

June 1943

Mussolini taken down

July 25, 1943

King Victor Emmanuel II takes over again

Allies begin to win in Eastern European Front

Dec 1943

Nearly 18 million workers in labor industry

1944

Anzio

JAn 1944 - MAy 1944

40 miles from rome, battle between Germans and Allied Forces

Supreme court jusifies japanese intermnet

1944

Unemployment falls below 1.2%

1944

GI Bill of Rights Passed

1944

D-Day

June 6, 1944 - June 13, 1944

3 divisions parachuted behind enemy lines thousands of sea-born soldiers stormed the beaches

Liberation of Death Camps

July 1944

St. Lo

Jul 25, 1944

Gen Omar Bradley unleashed massive air and land bombardment against the enemy at St.. Lo

reach Seine RiverPatton and Third Army

Aug 23, 1944

Freed France 4 days latro

Allies Freed France, Belgium, and Luxembourg

Sept 1944

Battle of the Bulge

December 16 1944

over 400 committes established to calm racial tensions

1945

Yalta Conference

Feb 1945

Roosevelt Dies

April 12, 1945

Soviets stormed Berlin

April 25, 1945

Hitler Kills himself

April 29, 1945

Allies Celibrate Victory in Europe Day

May 8, 1945

War in Europe finally over

Battle of Okinawa ended US wins

June 21, 1945

First testing of Nuke

July 16, 1945

Truman ordered Nukes on japan

July 25, 1945

Hiroshima nuked

August 6, 1945

Nagasaki Nuked

August 9, 1945

Formal Surrender of the Japanese

Sept 2 1945

Congress authorizes pay back for property loss to the interned japanese

1965