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World War II

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The Axis Powers
Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain
The Allied Powers
England, France, U.S.
Totalitarianism
A system in which the government controls every aspect of one's life.
Germany (dictator)
Hitler
Italy (dictator)
Mussolini
Japan (dictator)
Hirohito and Tojo
England (ruler)
Neville Chamberlain
France (president)
Charles de Gaulle
U.S. (president)
FDR
U.S. senate refuses to ratify the treaty (date)
1918
Kellogg Brand Pact (date)
1928
Nye Report (date)
1934
First Neutrality Act (date)
1935
Second Neutrality Act (date)
1936
Third Neutrality Act (date)
1937
Roosevelt's Speach (date)
1938
Overage destroyer deal (date)
1940
Turning Point of the war, U.S. drafts men (date)
1941
Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor (date)
December 7, 1941
D-Day (date)
June 6, 1944
D-Day
Invasion of Hitler's "Fortress Europe"
V-E Day (date)
May 8, 1845
V-E Day
Germans surrendor
Coral Sea (date)
May 1942
Coral Sea
Halted the invasion of China
Midway (date)
June 1942
FDR dies in April, Harry S. Truman finishes term (date)
1945