Axis and Allies • Axis Powers: • Germany • Japan • Italy • …more • Allied Powers: • United States • England • Russia • China • …more
Japan And WWII By Pedro Gil
Who was Their Leader • Tojo Hideki was their leader. He was the Prime Minister and after the war the U.S had him captured and executed
Germany WW2 By Eric Farnhagen
1933 • Adolf Hitler, Nazi party leader, is Chancellor of Germany. He quickly transformed the Weimar Republic into the Third Reich. Which is a single party dictatorship that is based on Totalitarian and autocratic ideals of the National Socialism.
1935 • The Nuremberg Laws took affect and deprived Germany’s Jewish people there citizenship. • He said the Jewish people are the shape of the devil. • They made propaganda about it.
1938 • The Munich Pact hands over one third of Czechoslovakia in the Sudetenland to Germany. • The National Socialist Party (Nazis) started to burn down Jewish-owned stores and houses in Germany and Austria and it became known as the “Kristallnacht” (The night of broken glass).
1939 • Germany and the Soviet Union signed a non-aggression pact a few days before the war started. A week later Germany invaded Poland. • As soon as Germany went after Poland. Great Britain and France declared war on Germany. This starts World War 2.
1941 • FBI director announces the arrest of multiple Nazi saboteurs who landed from submarines on the Florida Coast and in Long Island.
1945 • Soviet Troops Liberated the Nazi Death Camps at Bikenau and Auschwitz in Poland. • As Soviet Troops get closer to Adolf Hitler’s Berlin Bunker. He commits suicide and also shoots his wife in the face.
Italy During WWII By: Eric Lohsen
Timeline of Italy during WWII • 1940 – Italy enters WWII on Germans side. Italian forces occupy British Somaliland in East Africa • 1941 – Italy declares war on USSR • 1943 – Sicily invaded by allies. King Victor Emmanuel III imprisons Mussolini. Armistice signed with allies. Italy declares war on Germany. • 1944 – Allied armies liberate Rome. • 1945 – Mussolini, who had been rescued from prison by Germans, is captured and executed by Italian partisans.
Who Was Their Leader? • Benito Mussolini • Born 1922, died 1943 • Former journalist, went to politics and formed the fascist party. • Influenced Adolf Hitler’s own ideology, Nazism, which was a combination of fascism and extreme racism.
The tiger tank • The tiger tank is a tank used by the Russians army in ww2. this tank was death machine the tiger tank is like a normal tank but instead a machine gun crew inside it it had a flamethrower.
The Thompson • The Thompson is machine that was popular gun to used in ww2. the Thompson can from the U.S.A and it was automatic and automatic means rapid fire. Officers used them as well as the men in the army.
M1 grand • The m1 grand is rifle that the u.s. made it could hold 12 bullets and you could only only fire one at a time.
The u.s. navy black cats • an American flying boat, and later an amphibious aircraft of the 1930s and 1940s produced by Consolidated Aircraft. It was one of the most widely used seaplanes of World War II.
BomberA- 26 invader • Bombers were able to drop hundreds of bombs.
Katyusha rocket launcher • A type of rocket artillery first built and fielded by the Soviet Union in World War II. Multiple rocket launchers such as these deliver a devastating amount of explosives to a target area more quickly than conventional artillery, but with lower accuracy and requiring a longer time to reload.
Battleships • The Second World War saw the end of the battleship as the dominant force in the world's navies. On the outbreak of the War, large fleets of battleships—many inherited from the dreadnought era decades before—were one of the decisive forces in naval thinking.
Radar • Radar allows people to see if planes are approaching from far away. • Night time and bad weather have little affect on radar
The Atomic Bomb • The atomic bombings of the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan were conducted by the United States during the final stages of World War II in 1945. The two events are the only use of nuclear weapons in war to date