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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 July 1937 Japan invadesChina Adolf Hitler becomes appointed as chancellor *resources World War II 1939-1945 Japan formally surrendersto the United States January 1933 September 1939 Nazi Germany invades Poland on September 1,1939 April 1939 Britain and France declare war on Germany September 3,1939 April 1940 Germany invades Denmark and Norway May 1940 Germany invades Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and France June 1940 France surrendered to Germany, only Britain remains at war with Germany July 1940 The Battle of Britain begins; Germans defeated by RAF; Hitler postponed his plans to invade Britain September 1940 Italian forces invade Egypt December 1940 British forces push back Italian forces into North Africa June 1941 Attack on the Soviet Union by Germany December 1941 Britain and the US declare war on Japan December 1941 Germany declared war on the US January 1942 Invasion of Burma by Japan November 1942 Germans defeated at El Alamein March-July 1943 Air raids on German industry begin May 1943 German and Italian troopssurrender in North Africa January 1944 Allies land in Italy June 1944 Allies land in France Hitler commits suicide April 1945 My great-grandfather in his WWII uniform Germany surrenders September 1945 May 1945 August 1945 Atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki Remagen Bridge in Germany My great-grandfather and his base troop My uncle Rick in the US soldiers' grave site Remagen Bridge remains Remagen Bridge remains up close with my uncle Rick in the distance The telegram that my grandmother got when her father was killed in battleHe died on March 13,1944 in Luxemberg, Germany Boas, Jacob. We Are Witnesses: Five Diaries of Teenagers Who Died in the Holocaust. New York: Henry Holt, 1995. Print.Book"Death of Adolf Hitler." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, n.d. Web. 21 Jan. 2015. <>.WebsiteDowswell, Paul, and Ian McNee. The Story of the First World War. N.p.: n.p., n.d. Print.BookDowswell, Paul, and Ian McNee. The Story of the Second World War. London: Usborne, 2012. Print.BookDrez, Ronald J. Remember D-day: The Plan, the Invasion, Survivor Stories. Washington, DC: National Geographic, 2004. Print.Book"11 Facts About the Holocaust." 11 Facts About the Holocaust. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Jan. 2015.WebsiteRuggiero, Adriane. World War II. Tarrytown, NY: Benchmark, 2003. Print.BookTonge, Neil. Battles of World War II. New York: Rosen Pub., 2009. Print.BookWilliams, Barbara. World War II, Pacific: Chronicle of America's War. Minneapolis, MN: Lerner, 2005. Print.BookWood, Angela. Holocaust: The Events and Their Impact on Real People. New York, NY: DK, 2007. Print.Book"World War II History." A&E Television Networks, n.d. Web. 17 Jan. 2015. These photos that I have used belong to me and my family. There are no internet URLs that I could have used *My timeline starts at 1933because Adolf Hitler becomingchancellor of Germany was a big part of the war Remagen Bridge (ra-ma-gan--- Br- id-ge) connects the towns of Remagen and Erpel. This was one of the bloodiest battles in the war although it was not widely known. I used the Nazi flag as a symbol in my infographic because it was a big symbol of the war and it shows the German influence through out the war
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