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WORLD WAR II
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Stalin becomes leader of the Soviet Union: November 1918
Treaty of Versailles: June 28,1919 The Treaty of Versailles bought World War I to the end.
US Senate Rejects the League of Nations: Nov, 19,1919 The US Senate felt bitter about rejecting Treaty of Versailles so they decliend the League of Nations
Four Power Treaty: Dec, 13,1921 The treaty was signed by the United States, Great Britain, France, and Japan.
Nine Power Treaty: Feb, 6, 1922 The treaty was stating the sovereignty and territorial integrity of China as per the Open Door Policy.
Five Power Treaty: Feb, 6, 1922 The treaty agreed to prevent an arms race by limiting naval construction.
Mussolini Gains Control in Italy: October 1922
Hitler writes Mein Kampf: July 18, 1925
Kellogg Briand Pact: August 27, 1928 An agreement that outlawed war.
Stock Market Crashed- Great Depressions Begins: October 29, 1929
Japan Attacks Manchuria, China: September 18,1931
Hitler gains power in Germany: Jan, 30, 1933
FDR becomes president: March, 4, 1933
NYE COMMITTEE: Sept, 1,1934 It was a committee shared by chaired by U.S. Senator Gerald Nye.
Hitler builds Luftwaffe- Feb, 26, 1935
Neutrality Acts of 1935: August 31,1935 With the acts of 1935, FDR was prevented all arms and ammunition shipments to Italy and Ethiopia.
Neutrality Acts of 1936: Feb, 1936 The acts forbade all loans or credits to belligerents.
Spanish Civil War: July 17, 1936
Axis Powers form alliances: October 25,1936
Neutrality Acts of 1937: Jan, 1937 With these acts the process cash and carry was made
Anschluss: March 1938
Munich conference: Sept, 28, 1938 At the conference it was permitting Nazi Germany's annexation of portions of Czechoslovakia
Hitler invades the Sudetenland: March 15, 1939
Nazi's Soviet Pact: Aug,23, 1939
Nazi's Invade Poland : Sept,1,1939
Britain Declares war on Germany: Sept,3,1939
Neutrality Act of 1939: November 1939 These laws were allowing for arms trade with belligerent nations
Dunkirk Evacuation: May 27, 1940
Nazi's take over France: June 1940
FDR restricts strategic materials sale to Japan: July 5,1940 FDR blocked the sale of airplane fuel and scrap iron to Japan
Battle of Britain Begins: July 10, 1940
Destroyers for Bases Agreement: Sept, 2, 1940 Transferred destroyers to the British Navy in exchange for leases for British naval and air bases.
Japan attacks Indochina: Sept, 22, 1940 it was a military confrontation between the Empire of Japan and Vichy France in northern Indochina
Hitler invades the Soviet Union: June 22, 1941
Lend- Lease Act: March 11, 1941 Lend Lease act was the principal means for providing U.S. military aid to foreign nations during World War II.
FDR freezes Japanese assets in US: July 26, 1941 FDR did this in relation for the Japanese occupation of French Indo-China.
Atlantic Charter: Aug, 14, 1941 The Atlantic Charter which defined the Allied goals for the postwar world.
Pearl Harbor: December 7, 1941 The attack of Pearl Harbor was a suprise attack performed by Japan
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