Mussolini's private army who helped him violently attack socialists and bring about his fascist regime
the Nazi dictatorship under Hitler (1933-1945)
in World War II, the nations of Germany, Italy, and Japan, which had formed an alliance in 1936.
world war I alliance of Britian, France, and Russia, and later joined by Italy, the United States, and others.
Satisfying the demands of dissatisfied powers in an effort to maintain peace and stability
Originally designed to avoid American involvement in World War II by preventing loans to those countries taking part in the conflict; they were later modified in 1939 to allow aid to Great Britain and other Allied nations.
1938 conference at which European leaders attempted to appease Hitler by turning over the Sudetenland to him in exchange for promise that Germany would not expand Germany's territory any further.
The Blitz was the sustained bombing of Britain by Nazi Germany between 7 September 1940 and 10 May 1941, in World War II. The name is a shortening of the German term, "Blitzkrieg", or "Lightning War"
1941-Pledge signed by US president FDR and British prime minister Winston Churchill not to acquire new territory as a result of WWII and to work for peace after the war
japanese attack u.s. at pearl harbor
Term used to describe the leaders of Great Britain, France and the U.S.A who drew up the Treaty of Versailles
code name for the allied invasion of France on June 6,1944
May 8, 1945; victory in Europe Day when the Germans surrendered
Japanese suicide pilots who loaded their planes with explosives and crashed them into American ships.
The final wartime meeting of the leaders of the United States, Britain, and the Soviet Union was held at Potsdam, outside Berlin, in July, 1945. Truman, Churchill, and Stalin discussed the future of Europe but their failure to reach meaningful agreements soon led to the onset of the Cold War.