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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 European Front and Pacific FrontAndrea P. Flores HernรกndezAlondra Puello 1939- the United States moved to the Pacific Fleet to Hawaii and ordered a military buildup in the Philippines. - Research in the United States. 1940- September: the United States agreed to a trade of American destroyers for British Bases.- The Tripartite pact between Japan, Italy, and Germany.- The Battle of Britain. 1941- June 22: Operation Barbarossa. - August: the Atlantic Conference between the United States and Britain. -December 7: Pearl Harbor Raid. - the United States ceased oil exports to Japan. 1942- May 7-8: Battle of the Coral Sea. - June 4-7: Battle of Midway. - August 7- February 9, 1943: Battle of Guadalcanal. - August 21- February 2, 1943: the Battle of Stalingrad.-November 8: Operation Torch. 1943- May 13: the Allies defeated the German Afrika Corps. -July 10: The captured of North Afrika was used as a springboard for the invasion of sicily.- November 8-December 1: The Tehran Conference between Russia, United States, and Britain. 1944- June 6: Operation Overlord.-Started the race of Berlin.-Battle of Normandy. 1945- February 4- February 11: Yalta Conference, the "Big three" met again. -February 16- March 26: the Battle of Iwo Jima. -April 1- June 21: the Battle of Okinawa.-April 12: Frankiln D. Roosevelt dies. -April 16: Soviet troops begin their final attack on Berlin. 1945- April 28: Mussolini is captured and hanged by Italian partisians. Allies take Venice.-April 30: Adoplh Hitler commits suicide. -May 7: Unconditional surrender of all German forces to Allies. -May 8: V-E Day. 1945- July 16- August 2: Postdam Conference. -July16: the Trinity Test. -August 6: "Little Boy" was dropped on the Japanese city Hiroshima. -August 9: "Fat Man" Nagasaki fell to the same treatment. -The Soviets declared on Japan. 1945- August 15: Japan accepts unconditional surrender before the Allied forces bring World War II to an end.
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