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  • 1. By:Elias De Leon
  • 2.  The largest war in history Included most of the nations in the world Axis powers: 1. Germany 2. Italy 3. Japan Allied Nations: 1. France 2. Great Britain 3. United States of America 4. The rest of the world
  • 3.  1930’s USSR established as military power 1933 – Adolf Hitler rised as Chancellor in Germany 1939 – Germany’s remilitarization 1936 – reclaimed the Rhineland from French control 1938 – Austria was annexed to the Nazi Reich 1938 – Germany took over the Czech Sudetenland 1939 – Bohemia and Moravia
  • 4.  German demand the return of Danzig and part of the Polish ‘corridor’ granted to Poland from German territory in the Versailles Treaty of 1919. Poland refused, on 1 September 1939 German forces launched the Polish campaign and Poland was defeated in three weeks. In March 1939 Britain and France restablished Polish sovereignty. German forces withdraw. 3 September Britain and Francedeclared war on Germany.
  • 5. BattlesUSA neutrality
  • 6. 1941 – Pearl Harbour attack
  • 7. June 6, 1944 – Allied invasion
  • 8. The only time in history that nuclear bombs were been dropped August 6, 1945 – Hiroshima August 9, 1945 - Nagasaki
  • 9. CostsThe post-warCold War