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    Random World War Two Timeline!

    Yes, very random but pretty interesting. Of course if you like history like I do. From This site
    I did not write any of this, I’m just hosting it in a different format on this site. This came from
    http://www.historyplace.com/worldwar2/timeline/ww2time.htm

    1918

  • Nov 11 – World War One ends with German defeat.
  • 1919

  • April 28 – League of Nations founded.
  • June 28 – Signing of the Treaty of Versailles.
  • 1921

  • July 29 – Adolf Hitler becomes leader of National Socialist ‘Nazi’ Party.
  • 1923

  • Nov 8/9 – The Beer Hall Putsch.
  • 1925

  • July 18 – Hitler’s book “Mein Kampf” published.
  • 1926

  • Sept 8 – Germany admitted to League of Nations.
  • 1929

  • Oct 29 – Stock Market on Wall Street crashes.
  • 1930

  • Sept 14 – Germans elect Nazis making them the 2nd largest political party in Germany.
  • 1932

  • Nov 8 – Roosevelt elected President of the United States.
  • 1933

  • Jan 30 – Adolf Hitler becomes Chancellor of Germany.
  • Feb 27 – The Reichstag burns.
  • March 12 – First concentration camp opened at Oranienburg outside Berlin.
  • March 23 – Enabling Act gives Hitler dictatorial power.
  • April 1 – Nazi boycott of Jewish owned shops.
  • May 10 – Nazis burn books in Germany.
  • In June – Nazis open Dachau concentration camp.
  • July 14 – Nazi party declared only party in Germany.
  • Oct 14 – Germany quits the League of Nations.
  • 1934

  • June 30 – The “Night of the Long Knives.”
  • July 25 – Nazis murder Austrian Chancellor Dollfuss.
  • Aug 2 – German President Hindenburg dies.
  • Aug 19 – Adolf Hitler becomes Führer of Germany.
  • 1935

  • March 16 – Hitler violates the Treaty of Versailles by introducing military conscription.
  • Sept 15 – German Jews stripped of rights by Nuremberg Race Laws.
  • 1936

  • Feb 10 – The German Gestapo is placed above the law.
  • March 7 – German troops occupy the Rhineland.
  • May 9 – Mussolini’s Italian forces take Ethiopia.
  • July 18 – Civil war erupts in Spain.
  • Aug 1 – Olympic games begin in Berlin.
  • Oct 1 – Franco declared head of Spanish State.
  • 1937

  • June 11 – Soviet leader Stalin begins a purge of Red Army generals.
  • Nov 5 – Hitler reveals war plans during Hossbach Conference.
  • 1938

  • March 12/13 – Germany announces ‘Anschluss’ (union) with Austria.
  • Aug 12 – German military mobilizes.
  • Sept 30 – British Prime Minister Chamberlain appeases Hitler at Munich.
  • Oct 15 – German troops occupy the Sudetenland; Czech government resigns.
  • Nov 9/10 – Kristallnacht – The Night of Broken Glass.
  • 1939

  • Jan 30, 1939 – Hitler threatens Jews during Reichstag speech.
  • March 15/16 – Nazis take Czechoslovakia.
  • March 28, 1939 – Spanish Civil war ends.
  • May 22, 1939 – Nazis sign ‘Pact of Steel’ with Italy.
  • Aug 23, 1939 – Nazis and Soviets sign Pact.
  • Aug 25, 1939 – Britain and Poland sign a Mutual Assistance Treaty.
  • Aug 31, 1939 – British fleet mobilizes; Civilian evacuations begin from London.
  • Sept 1, 1939 – Nazis invade Poland.
  • Sept 3, 1939 – Britain, France, Australia and New Zealand declare war on Germany.
  • Sept 4, 1939 – British Royal Air Force attacks the German Navy.
  • Sept 5, 1939 – United States proclaims neutrality; German troops cross the Vistula River in Poland.
  • Sept 10, 1939 – Canada declares war on Germany; Battle of the Atlantic begins.
  • Sept 17, 1939 – Soviets invade Poland.
  • Sept 27, 1939 – Warsaw surrenders to Nazis; Reinhard Heydrich becomes the leader of new Reich Main Security Office (RSHA).
  • Sept 29, 1939 – Nazis and Soviets divide up Poland.
  • In Oct – Nazis begin euthanasia on sick and disabled in Germany.
  • Nov 8, 1939 – Assassination attempt on Hitler fails.
  • Nov 30, 1939 – Soviets attack Finland.
  • Dec 14, 1939 – Soviet Union expelled from the League of Nations.
  • 1940

  • Jan 8, 1940 – Rationing begins in Britain.
  • March 12, 1940 – Finland signs a peace treaty with Soviets.
  • March 16, 1940 – Germans bomb Scapa Flow naval base near Scotland.
  • April 9, 1940 – Nazis invade Denmark and Norway.
  • May 10, 1940 – Nazis invade France, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands; Winston Churchill becomes British Prime Minister.
  • May 15, 1940 – Holland surrenders to the Nazis.
  • May 26, 1940 – Evacuation of Allied troops from Dunkirk begins.
  • May 28, 1940 – Belgium surrenders to the Nazis.
  • June 3, 1940 – Germans bomb Paris; Dunkirk evacuation ends.
  • June 10, 1940 – Norway surrenders to the Nazis; Italy declares war on Britain and France.
  • June 14, 1940 – Germans enter Paris.
  • June 16, 1940 – Marshal Pétain becomes French Prime Minister.
  • June 18, 1940 – Hitler and Mussolini meet in Munich; Soviets begin occupation of the Baltic States.
  • June 22, 1940 – France signs an armistice with the Nazis.
  • June 23, 1940 – Hitler tours Paris.
  • June 28, 1940 – Britain recognizes General Charles de Gaulle as the Free French leader.
  • July 1, 1940 – German U-boats attack merchant ships in the Atlantic.
  • July 5, 1940 – French Vichy government breaks off relations with Britain.
  • July 10, 1940 – Battle of Britain begins.
  • July 23, 1940 – Soviets take Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
  • Aug 3-19 – Italians occupy British Somaliland in East Africa.
  • Aug 13, 1940 – German bombing offensive against airfields and factories in England.
  • Aug 15, 1940 – Air battles and daylight raids over Britain.
  • Aug 17, 1940 – Hitler declares a blockade of the British Isles.
  • Aug 23/24 – First German air raids on Central London.
  • Aug 25/26 – First British air raid on Berlin.
  • Sept 3, 1940 – Hitler plans Operation Sealion (the invasion of Britain).
  • Sept 7, 1940 – German Blitz against England begins.
  • Sept 13, 1940 – Italians invade Egypt.
  • Sept 15, 1940 – Massive German air raids on London, Southampton, Bristol, Cardiff, Liverpool and Manchester.
  • Sept 16, 1940 – United States military conscription bill passed.
  • Sept 27, 1940 – Tripartite (Axis) Pact signed by Germany, Italy and Japan.
  • Oct 7, 1940 – German troops enter Romania.
  • Oct 12, 1940 – Germans postpone Operation Sealion until Spring of 1941.
  • Oct 28, 1940 – Italy invades Greece.
  • Nov 5, 1940 – Roosevelt re-elected as U.S. president.
  • Nov 10/11 – A torpedo bomber raid cripples the Italian fleet at Taranto, Italy.
  • Nov 14/15 – Germans bomb Coventry, England.
  • Nov 20, 1940 – Hungary joins the Axis Powers.
  • Nov 22, 1940 – Greeks defeat the Italian 9th Army.
  • Nov 23, 1940 – Romania joins the Axis Powers.
  • Dec 9/10 – British begin a western desert offensive in North Africa against the Italians.
  • Dec 29/30 – Massive German air raid on London.
  • 1941

  • Jan 22, 1941 – Tobruk in North Africa falls to the British and Australians.
  • Feb 11, 1941 – British forces advance into Italian Somaliland in East Africa.
  • Feb 12, 1941 – German General Erwin Rommel arrives in Tripoli, North Africa.
  • Feb 14, 1941 – First units of German ‘Afrika Korps’ arrive in North Africa.
  • March 7, 1941 – British forces arrive in Greece.
  • March 11, 1941 – President Roosevelt signs the Lend-Lease Act.
  • March 27, 1941 – A coup in Yugoslavia overthrows the pro-Axis government.
  • April 3, 1941 – Pro-Axis regime set up in Iraq.
  • April 6, 1941 – Nazis invade Greece and Yugoslavia.
  • April 14, 1941 – Rommel attacks Tobruk.
  • April 17, 1941 – Yugoslavia surrenders to the Nazis.
  • April 27, 1941 – Greece surrenders to the Nazis.
  • May 1, 1941 – German attack on Tobruk is repulsed.
  • May 10, 1941 – Deputy Führer Rudolph Hess flies to Scotland.
  • May 10/11 – Heavy German bombing of London; British bomb Hamburg.
  • May 15, 1941 – Operation Brevity begins (the British counter-attack in Egypt).
  • May 24, 1941 – Sinking of the British ship Hood by the Bismarck.
  • May 27, 1941 – Sinking of the Bismarck by the British Navy.
  • June 4, 1941 – Pro-Allied government installed in Iraq.
  • June 8, 1941 – Allies invade Syria and Lebanon.
  • June 14, 1941 – United States freezes German and Italian assets in America.
  • June 22, 1941 – Germany attacks Soviet Union as Operation Barbarossa begins.
  • In June – Nazi SS Einsatzgruppen begin mass murder.
  • June 28, 1941 – Germans capture Minsk.
  • July 3, 1941 – Stalin calls for a scorched earth policy.
  • July 10, 1941 – Germans cross the River Dnieper in the Ukraine.
  • July 12, 1941 – Mutual Assistance agreement between British and Soviets.
  • July 14, 1941 – British occupy Syria.
  • July 26, 1941 – Roosevelt freezes Japanese assets in United States and suspends relations.
  • July 31, 1941 – Göring instructs Heydrich to prepare for the Final Solution.
  • Aug 1, 1941 – United States announces an oil embargo against aggressor states.
  • Aug 14, 1941 – Roosevelt and Churchill announce the Atlantic Charter.
  • Aug 20, 1941 – Nazi siege of Leningrad begins.
  • Sept 1, 1941 – Nazis order Jews to wear yellow stars.
  • Sept 3, 1941 – First experimental use of gas chambers at Auschwitz.
  • Sept 19, 1941 – Nazis take Kiev.
  • Sept 29, 1941 – Nazis murder 33,771 Jews at Kiev.
  • Oct 2, 1941 – Operation Typhoon begins (German advance on Moscow).
  • Oct 16, 1941 – Germans take Odessa.
  • Oct 24, 1941 – Germans take Kharkov.
  • Oct 30, 1941 – Germans reach Sevastopol.
  • Nov 13, 1941 – British aircraft carrier Ark Royal is sunk off Gibraltar by a U-boat.
  • Nov 20, 1941 – Germans take Rostov.
  • Nov 27, 1941 – Soviet troops retake Rostov.
  • Dec 5, 1941 – German attack on Moscow is abandoned.
  • Dec 6, 1941 – Soviet Army launches a major counter-offensive around Moscow.
  • Dec 7, 1941 – Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor; Hitler issues the Night and Fog decree.
  • Dec 8, 1941 – United States and Britain declare war on Japan.
  • Dec 11, 1941 – Germany declares war on the United States.
  • Dec 16, 1941 – Rommel begins a retreat to El Agheila in North Africa.
  • Dec 19, 1941 – Hitler takes complete command of the German Army.
  • 1942

  • Jan 1, 1942 – Declaration of the United Nations signed by 26 Allied nations.
  • Jan 13, 1942 – Germans begin a U-boat offensive along east coast of USA.
  • Jan 20, 1942 – SS Leader Heydrich holds the Wannsee Conference to coordinate the “Final Solution of the Jewish Question.”
  • Jan 21, 1942 – Rommel’s counter-offensive from El Agheila begins.
  • Jan 26, 1942 – First American forces arrive in Great Britain.
  • In April – Japanese-Americans sent to relocation centers.
  • April 23, 1942 – German air raids begin against cathedral cities in Britain.
  • May 8, 1942 – German summer offensive begins in the Crimea.
  • May 26, 1942 – Rommel begins an offensive against the Gazala Line.
  • May 27, 1942 – SS Leader Heydrich attacked in Prague.
  • May 30, 1942 – First thousand bomber British air raid (against Cologne).
  • In June – Mass murder of Jews by gassing begins at Auschwitz.
  • June 4, 1942 – Heydrich dies of wounds.
  • June 5, 1942 – Germans besiege Sevastopol.
  • June 10, 1942 – Nazis liquidate Lidice in reprisal for Heydrich’s assassination.
  • June 21, 1942 – Rommel captures Tobruk.
  • June 25, 1942 – Eisenhower arrives in London.
  • June 30, 1942 – Rommel reaches El Alamein near Cairo, Egypt.
  • July 1-30 – First Battle of El Alamein.
  • July 3, 1942 – Germans take Sevastopol.
  • July 5, 1942 – Soviet resistance in the Crimea ends.
  • July 9, 1942 – Germans begin a drive toward Stalingrad in the USSR.
  • July 22, 1942 – First deportations from the Warsaw Ghetto to concentration camps; Treblinka extermination camp opened.
  • Aug 7, 1942 – British General Bernard Montgomery takes command of Eighth Army in North Africa.
  • Aug 12, 1942 – Stalin and Churchill meet in Moscow.
  • Aug 17, 1942 – First all-American air attack in Europe.
  • Aug 23, 1942 – Massive German air raid on Stalingrad.
  • Sept 2, 1942 – Rommel driven back by Montgomery in the Battle of Alam Halfa.
  • Sept 13, 1942 – Battle of Stalingrad begins.
  • Oct 5, 1942 – A German eyewitness observes SS mass murder.
  • Oct 18, 1942 – Hitler orders the execution of all captured British commandos.
  • Nov 1, 1942 – Operation Supercharge (Allies break Axis lines at El Alamein).
  • Nov 8, 1942 – Operation Torch begins (U.S. invasion of North Africa).
  • Nov 11, 1942 – Germans and Italians invade unoccupied Vichy France.
  • Nov 19, 1942 – Soviet counter-offensive at Stalingrad begins.
  • Dec 2, 1942 – Professor Enrico Fermi sets up an atomic reactor in Chicago.
  • Dec 13, 1942 – Rommel withdraws from El Agheila.
  • Dec 16, 1942 – Soviets defeat Italian troops on the River Don in the USSR.
  • Dec 17, 1942 – British Foreign Secretary Eden tells the British House of Commons of mass executions of Jews by Nazis; U.S. declares those crimes will be avenged.
  • Dec 31, 1942 – Battle of the Barents Sea between German and British ships.
  • 1943

  • Jan 2/3 – Germans begin a withdrawal from the Caucasus.
  • Jan 10, 1943 – Soviets begin an offensive against the Germans in Stalingrad.
  • Jan 14-24 – Casablanca conference between Churchill and Roosevelt. During the conference, Roosevelt announces the war can end only with an unconditional German surrender.
  • Jan 23, 1943 – Montgomery’s Eighth Army takes Tripoli.
  • Jan 27, 1943 – First bombing raid by Americans on Germany (at Wilhelmshaven).
  • Feb 2, 1943 – Germans surrender at Stalingrad in the first big defeat of Hitler’s armies.
  • Feb 8, 1943 – Soviet troops take Kursk.
  • Feb 14-25 – Battle of Kasserine Pass between the U.S. 1st Armored Division and German Panzers in North Africa.
  • Feb 16, 1943 – Soviets re-take Kharkov.
  • Feb 18, 1943 – Nazis arrest White Rose resistance leaders in Munich.
  • March 2, 1943 – Germans begin a withdrawal from Tunisia, Africa.
  • March 15, 1943 – Germans re-capture Kharkov.
  • March 16-20 – Battle of Atlantic climaxes with 27 merchant ships sunk by German U-boats.
  • March 20-28 – Montgomery’s Eighth Army breaks through the Mareth Line in Tunisia.
  • April 6/7 – Axis forces in Tunisia begin a withdrawal toward Enfidaville as American and British forces link.
  • April 19, 1943 – Waffen SS attacks Jewish resistance in the Warsaw ghetto.
  • May 7, 1943 – Allies take Tunisia.
  • May 13, 1943 – German and Italian troops surrender in North Africa.
  • May 16, 1943 – Jewish resistance in the Warsaw ghetto ends.
  • May 16/17 – British air raid on the Ruhr.
  • May 22, 1943 – Dönitz suspends U-boat operations in the North Atlantic.
  • June 10, 1943 – ‘Pointblank’ directive to improve Allied bombing strategy issued.
  • June 11, 1943 – Himmler orders the liquidation of all Jewish ghettos in Poland.
  • July 5, 1943 – Germans begin their last offensive against Kursk.
  • July 9/10 – Allies land in Sicily.
  • July 19, 1943 – Allies bomb Rome.
  • July 22, 1943 – Americans capture Palermo, Sicily.
  • July 24, 1943 – British bombing raid on Hamburg.
  • July 25/26 – Mussolini arrested and the Italian Fascist government falls; Marshal Pietro Badoglio takes over and negotiates with Allies.
  • July 27/28 – Allied air raid causes a firestorm in Hamburg.
  • Aug 12-17 – Germans evacuate Sicily.
  • Aug 17, 1943 – American daylight air raids on Regensburg and Schweinfurt in Germany; Allies reach Messina, Sicily.
  • Aug 23, 1943 – Soviet troops recapture Kharkov.
  • Sept 8, 1943 – Italian surrender is announced.
  • Sept 9, 1943 – Allied landings at Salerno and Taranto.
  • Sept 11, 1943 – Germans occupy Rome.
  • Sept 12, 1943 – Germans rescue Mussolini.
  • Sept 23, 1943 – Mussolini re-establishes a Fascist government.
  • Oct 1, 1943 – Allies enter Naples, Italy.
  • Oct 4, 1943 – SS Reichsführer Himmler gives speech at Posen.
  • Oct 13, 1943 – Italy declares war on Germany; Second American air raid on Schweinfurt.
  • Nov 6, 1943 – Russians recapture Kiev in the Ukraine.
  • Nov 18, 1943 – Large British air raid on Berlin.
  • Nov 28, 1943 – Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin meet at Teheran.
  • Dec 24-26 – Soviets launch offensives on the Ukrainian front.
  • 1944

  • Jan 6, 1944 – Soviet troops advance into Poland.
  • Jan 17, 1944 – First attack toward Cassino, Italy.
  • Jan 22, 1944 – Allies land at Anzio.
  • Jan 27, 1944 – Leningrad relieved after a 900-day siege.
  • Feb 15-18 – Allies bomb the monastery at Monte Cassino.
  • Feb 16, 1944 – Germans counter-attack against the Anzio beachhead.
  • March 4, 1944 – Soviet troops begin an offensive on the Belorussian front; First major daylight bombing raid on Berlin by the Allies.
  • March 15, 1944 – Second Allied attempt to capture Monte Cassino begins.
  • March 18, 1944 – British drop 3000 tons of bombs during an air raid on Hamburg, Germany.
  • April 8, 1944 – Soviet troops begin an offensive to liberate Crimea.
  • May 9, 1944 – Soviet troops recapture Sevastopol.
  • May 11, 1944 – Allies attack the Gustav Line south of Rome.
  • May 12, 1944 – Germans surrender in the Crimea.
  • May 15, 1944 – Germans withdraw to the Adolf Hitler Line.
  • May 25, 1944 – Germans retreat from Anzio.
  • June 5, 1944 – Allies enter Rome.
  • June 6, 1944 – D-Day landings.
  • June 9, 1944 – Soviet offensive against the Finnish front begins.
  • June 10, 1944 – Nazis liquidate the town of Oradour-sur-Glane in France.
  • June 13, 1944 – First German V-1 rocket attack on Britain.
  • June 22, 1944 – Operation Bagration begins (the Soviet summer offensive).
  • June 27, 1944 – U.S. troops liberate Cherbourg.
  • July 3, 1944 – ‘Battle of the Hedgerows’ in Normandy; Soviets capture Minsk.
  • July 9, 1944 – British and Canadian troops capture Caen.
  • July 18, 1944 – U.S. troops reach St. Lô.
  • July 20, 1944 – German assassination attempt on Hitler fails.
  • July 24, 1944 – Soviet troops liberate first concentration camp at Majdanek.
  • July 25-30 – Operation Cobra (U.S. troops break out west of St. Lô).
  • July 28, 1944 – Soviet troops take Brest-Litovsk. U.S. troops take Coutances.
  • Aug 1, 1944 – Polish Home Army uprising against Nazis in Warsaw begins; U.S. troops reach Avranches.
  • Aug 4, 1944 – Anne Frank and family arrested by the Gestapo in Amsterdam, Holland.
  • Aug 7, 1944 – Germans begin a major counter-attack toward Avranches.
  • Aug 15, 1944 – Operation Dragoon begins (the Allied invasion of Southern France).
  • Aug 19, 1944 – Resistance uprising in Paris.
  • Aug 19/20 – Soviet offensive in the Balkans begins with an attack on Romania.
  • Aug 20, 1944 – Allies encircle Germans in the Falaise Pocket.
  • Aug 25, 1944 – Liberation of Paris.
  • Aug 29, 1944 – Slovak uprising begins.
  • Aug 31, 1944 – Soviet troops take Bucharest.
  • Sept 1-4 – Verdun, Dieppe, Artois, Rouen, Abbeville, Antwerp and Brussels liberated by Allies.
  • Sept 4, 1944 – Finland and the Soviet Union agree to a cease-fire.
  • Sept 13, 1944 – U.S. troops reach the Siegfried Line.
  • Sept 17, 1944 – Operation Market Garden begins (Allied airborne assault on Holland).
  • Sept 26, 1944 – Soviet troops occupy Estonia.
  • Oct 2, 1944 – Warsaw Uprising ends as the Polish Home Army surrenders to the Germans.
  • Oct 10-29 – Soviet troops capture Riga.
  • Oct 14, 1944 – Allies liberate Athens; Rommel commits suicide.
  • Oct 21, 1944 – Massive German surrender at Aachen.
  • Oct 30, 1944 – Last use of gas chambers at Auschwitz.
  • Nov 20, 1944 – French troops drive through the ‘Beffort Gap’ to reach the Rhine.
  • Nov 24, 1944 – French capture Strasbourg.
  • Dec 4, 1944 – Civil War in Greece; Athens placed under martial law.
  • Dec 16-27 – Battle of the Bulge in the Ardennes.
  • Dec 17, 1944 – Waffen SS murder 81 U.S. POWs at Malmedy.
  • Dec 26, 1944 – Patton relieves Bastogne.
  • Dec 27, 1944 – Soviet troops besiege Budapest.
  • 1945

  • Jan 1-17 – Germans withdraw from the Ardennes.
  • Jan 16, 1945 – U.S. 1st and 3rd Armies link up after a month long separation during the Battle of the Bulge.
  • Jan 17, 1945 – Soviet troops capture Warsaw.
  • Jan 26, 1945 – Soviet troops liberate Auschwitz.
  • Feb 4-11 – Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin meet at Yalta.
  • Feb 13/14 – Dresden is destroyed by a firestorm after Allied bombing raids.
  • March 6, 1945 – Last German offensive of the war begins to defend oil fields in Hungary.
  • March 7, 1945 – Allies take Cologne and establish a bridge across the Rhine at Remagen.
  • March 30, 1945 – Soviet troops capture Danzig.
  • In April – Allies discover stolen Nazi art and wealth hidden in salt mines.
  • April 1, 1945 – U.S. troops encircle Germans in the Ruhr; Allied offensive in North Italy.
  • April 12, 1945 – Allies liberate Buchenwald and Belsen concentration camps;
    President Roosevelt dies. Truman becomes President.
  • April 16, 1945 – Soviet troops begin their final attack on Berlin; Americans enter Nuremberg.
  • April 18, 1945 – German forces in the Ruhr surrender.
  • April 21, 1945 – Soviets reach Berlin.
  • April 28, 1945 – Mussolini is captured and hanged by Italian partisans; Allies take Venice.
  • April 29, 1945 – U.S. 7th Army liberates Dachau.
  • April 30, 1945 – Adolf Hitler commits suicide.
  • May 2, 1945 – German troops in Italy surrender.
  • May 7, 1945 – Unconditional surrender of all German forces to Allies.
  • May 8, 1945 – V-E (Victory in Europe) Day.
  • May 9, 1945 – Hermann Göring is captured by members of the U.S. 7th Army.
  • May 23, 1945 – SS Reichsführer Himmler commits suicide; German High Command and Provisional Government imprisoned.
  • June 5, 1945 – Allies divide up Germany and Berlin and take over the government.
  • June 26, 1945 – United Nations Charter is signed in San Francisco.
  • July 1, 1945 – U.S., British, and French troops move into Berlin.
  • July 16, 1945 – First U.S. atomic bomb test; Potsdam Conference begins.
  • July 26, 1945 – Atlee succeeds Churchill as British Prime Minister.
  • Aug 6, 1945 – First atomic bomb dropped, on Hiroshima, Japan.
  • Aug 8, 1945 – Soviets declares war on Japan and invade Manchuria.
  • Aug 9, 1945 – Second atomic bomb dropped, on Nagasaki, Japan.
  • Aug 14, 1945 – Japanese agree to unconditional surrender.
  • Sept 2, 1945 – Japanese sign the surrender agreement; V-J (Victory over Japan) Day.
  • Oct 24, 1945 – United Nations is officially born.
  • Nov 20, 1945 – Nuremberg war crimes trials begin.
  • 1946

  • Oct 16 – Hermann Göring commits suicide two hours before his scheduled execution.
  • Yeah! That was REALLY long!!!
    Scott777

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    Rainy Day…

    Well it was nice this morning, around 11:00 AM Central Time, I was playing Tennis on my Garage, skating a little, and just hanging around outside, and then i started to rain, so I came in, obviously. Now, 1 and 1/2 hours later, its still raining. My sister was on the computer all morning, and now she’s really unhappy because she can’t go outside. Ha! And get this: The Weather channel (No, I don’t watch it my parents do, like any normal parent does) says it will be raining-all weekend! So I’ve been playing Age of Empires III even since I came in. I beat the Spanish on Expert playing as the Ottoman Empire (What is now called Turkey). I’m pretty good at the game. You should get it, it really keeps you entertained. Always something to do.

    Now its not really raining, but it is wet outside everywhere. If you know anything about skateboarding, you know that water is terribly bad for skateboards. And if you have ever tried to play tennis on wet cement, its possible, but just not fun.

    There is one good thing about a rainy day though. Your parents can’t say “Scott, get off the computer and go outside“, because if you went outside you might catch hypothermia and DIE. So if they tell you to go outside on a rainy day, say that and if they’re good parents they won’t make you.

    And if it’s raining where you live, listen to Jack Johnson. For some reason, Jack Johnson is really good for a rainy day. Just try it. Or if you don’t have any of his music on your computer, click here, here, and here.

    So yeah! My friend is here, and I guess we’ll be inside while he’s here. Lesson of this post-if its nice by your house, go outside!

    Scott777

    P.S. Here are some Age of Empires III Game Pictures! (Not taken by me)
    Click on these images to make them bigger


    It really is a fun game, this isn’t some TV advertisement for a terrible game.

    Iraq Terrorist Guy Captured!!!

    My first world news post! Yay!!!!!!!

    Here’s what my newspaper says, and what I will say about it afterward, I’ll see if I can find any pictures. The newspaper I get is the St. Paul Pioneer Press.

    IRAQI OFFICIALS REPORT ABU AYYUB AL-MASRI WAS CAUGHT IN MOSUL, THE INSURGENT GROUP’S LAST URBAN STAGING GROUND.
    By Patrick Quinn
    Associated Press

    “BAGHDAD-Iraqi police commandos captured the leader of Al-Qaida in a raid in the northern city of Mosul, Iraqi officials said Thursday, in what could mark a significant blow to the Sunni insurgency in its last urban stronghold.
    Iraqi defense Ministry spokesman Mohammed al-Askari said the arrest of Abu Ayyub al-Masri -also known as Abu Hamzamander in Mosul, where insurgents have sought to establish a foothold after being widely uprooted from Baghdad and surrounding areas last year.
    The U.S. Military in Baghdad said it was “checking with Iraqi Authorities to confirm the accuracy of this information”
    Interior Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Abdul-Karim Khalaf said that the arrest occurred “at midnight, and during the primary investigations he admitted that he is Abu Hamza al-Muhajir.”
    Khalaf told the Iraqi state television that al-Masri was arrested during a Police Raid but gave no other details”

    Here’s what I say about all this:
    I was surprised at how long it took the U.S. Military to track down and capture Saddam Huissein, and now this guy? Bush says we’re making progress in Iraq, but maybe that’s only part-true. The mission was probably something like “Track down all Terrorist organizations as quickly as possible”, and within 5 years, 2 terrorists down, only 100 more to go! (And it may be more than that) But if we continue at this rate, we’ll be on Iraq……… only 500 more years!!!!!! We really should catch Terrorists faster. I realize it may not be very easy, but then again, there are thousand of American Soldiers in Iraq, not counting the Iraqi Police. If there are that many of them, shouldn’t this be very easy?

    Here’s some images of Iraq and people in Iraq:

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    Yeah….. Lots of violence, hopefully the government will be able to get us out of Iraq within the next 500 years. (It will take 500 years to get out of Iraq if there are 100 more terrorists and we keep catching them at this rate)
    Scott777
    I’m a news broadcaster now!!!