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Nazi Collaborators
Within nations occupied by the Axis Powers
Axis Powers
in World War
War
II, some citizens and organizations, prompted by nationalism, ethnic hatred, anti-communism, antisemitism, or opportunism, knowingly collaborated with the Axis Powers
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Ethnic Hatred
Ethnic hatred, inter-ethnic hatred, racial hatred, or ethnic tension refers to feelings and acts of prejudice and hostility towards an ethnic group in various degrees. See list of anti-ethnic and anti-national terms for specific cases. There are multiple origins for ethnic hatred and the resulting ethnic conflicts. In some societies it is rooted in tribalism, while in others it originates from a history of non-peaceful co-existence and the resulting actual disputed issues. Often ethnic conflict is enhanced by nationalism and feeling of national superiority
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Timeline Of World War II (1942)
This is a timeline of events that stretched over the period of World War II from 1942.Contents1 January 1942 2 February 1942 3 March 1942 4 April 1942 5 May 1942 6 June 1942 7 July 1942 8 August 1942 9 September 1942 10 October 1942 11 November 1942 12 December 1942 13 See also 14 Notes and references 15 External linksJanuary 1942[edit]1: Twenty-six Allied countries signed the Declaration by United Nations during the Arcadia Conference.[1] 2: Manila
Manila
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Lists Of World War II Topics
This is a list of World War II-related topic lists:Contents1 General topics 2 Units 3 Aviation-related3.1 Aces 3.2 Aircraft 3.3 Strategic bombing
Strategic bombing
lists4 Navy-related 5 Equipment 6 MiscellaneousGeneral topics[edit]List of theaters and campaigns of World War II List of World War II military operations List of military operations on the Eastern Front of World War II List of military engagements of World War IIUnits[edit]List of British Empire divisions in the Second World War List of Canadian divisions in World War II List of German military units of World War II List of German divisions in World War II List of Japanese military detachments in World War II List of New Zealand divisions in World War II List of Polish armies in World War II List of Polish divisions in World War II List of South African Divisions in World War II List of major U.S
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Bibliography Of World War II
Bibliography
Bibliography
(from Greek βιβλίον biblion, "book" and -γραφία -graphia, "writing"), as a discipline, is traditionally the academic study of books as physical, cultural objects; in this sense, it is also known as bibliology[1] (from Greek -λογία, -logia)
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Timeline Of Events Preceding World War II
This timeline of events preceding World War II
World War II
covers the events of the interwar period (1918–1939) after World War I that affected or led to World War II. Leaders of major participating countriesMussolini Fascist Italy 1922–1943/45Hitler  Nazi Germany 1933–1945Hirohito  Imperial Japan 1926–1989Chiang Kai-shek  China 1928–1975Stalin  Soviet Union 1924–1953Roosevelt  United States 1933–1945Chamberlain  Britain 1937–1940Édouard Daladier France 1938–1940Contents1 1918 2 1919 3 1920 4 1921 5 1922 6 1923 7 1924 8 1925 9 1926 10 1927 11 1928 12 1929 13 1930 14 1931 15 1932 16 1933 17 1934 18 1935 19 1936 20 1937 21 1938 22 1939 23 See also 24 Notes and references 25 External links1918[edit] October 29Start of the German Revolution.November 11The Armistice with Germany
Armistice with Germany
marks the end of World War I
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Events Preceding World War II In Asia
This article is concerned with the events that preceded World War II in Asia.Contents1 Kuomintang
Kuomintang
and Communism in China 2 Noteworthy events2.1 Republic
Republic
of China
China
era3 World War II
World War II
in Asia3.1 1931–37: Japan Vs. China 3.2 1937-39: The War expands 3.3 The Conquest of Southeast Asia and the Road to Pearl Harbor4 See also Kuomintang
Kuomintang
and Communism in China[edit]This section may stray from the topic of the article. Please help improve this section or discuss this issue on the talk page
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Events Preceding World War II In Europe
The events preceding World War II
World War II
in Europe are closely tied to the rise of fascism, especially in Nazi Germany.Contents1 Aftermath of World War I 2 Mussolini comes into power 3 The Weimar Republic becomes Nazi Germany 4 Spanish Civil War 5 German expansionism5.1 Austria 5.2 Czechoslovakia 5.3 Memelland 5.4 Economic expansion of the Third Reich6 See also 7 References 8 External linksAftermath of World War I[edit] World War II
World War II
is generally viewed as having its roots in the aftermath of World War I. In that war, the German Empire
German Empire
under Kaiser
Kaiser
Wilhelm II, with its allies, was defeated, chiefly by the United Kingdom, France, and the United States. The victors blamed Germany entirely for the war and all resulting damages; it was Germany that effectively started the war with an attack on France
France
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Timeline Of World War II (1939)
This is a timeline of events that stretched over the period of World War II. For events preceding September 1, 1939, see the timeline of events preceding World War II.Contents1 September 1939 2 October 1939 3 November 1939 4 December 1939 5 See also 6 Notes and referencesSeptember 1939[edit]The Allies and Axis powers
Axis powers
at the dawn of the German/Soviet invasion of Poland1: The Republic of China
Republic of China
and the Empire of Japan
Empire of Japan
are involved in the early stages of the third year of armed conflict between them during the Second Sino-Japanese War. The war is in what will be known as the "Second Period", which starts in October 1938 and ends in December 1941
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Timeline Of World War II (1940)
This is a timeline of events that stretched over the period of World War II.Contents1 January 1940 2 February 1940 3 March 1940 4 April 1940 5 May 1940 6 June 1940 7 July 1940 8 August 1940 9 September 1940 10 October 1940 11 November 1940 12 December 1940 13 See Also 14 Notes and references 15 External linksJanuary 1940[edit]1: 10,000 Japanese troops launched a counter-attack in eastern Shanxi Province in China in an attempt to relieve the nearly-surrounded Japanese 36th Division.[1] 2: The Soviet offensive in Finland is halted by several Finnish victories; numerous Soviet tanks are destroyed. 7: Rationing of basic foodstuffs is established in the UK.[2] A major Finnish victory at Suomussalmi is reported; one whole Soviet division is eliminated, and again numbers of military vehicles are captured. 7: General Semyon Timoshenko takes command of Soviet Army forces in Finland.[1] 10: Mechelen incident: a German plane, carrying plans for Fall Gelb, crashes in ne
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Timeline Of World War II (1941)
This is a timeline of events that stretched over the period of World War II from 1941, marked also by the beginning of Operation Barbarossa on the Eastern Front.Contents1 January 1941 2 February 1941 3 March 1941 4 April 1941 5 May 1941 6 June 1941 7 July 1941 8 August 1941 9 September 1941 10 October 1941 11 November 1941 12 December 1941 13 See also 14 Notes and references 15 External linksJanuary 1941[edit]1: Accounting of the previous night's bombing of London reveals that the Old Bailey, the Guildhall, and eight churches by Christopher Wren were destroyed or badly damaged. : RAF bombs aircraft factories in Bremen, Germany. 2: German bombers, perhaps off course, bomb Irish Free State
Irish Free State
for the second night in a row. 2–4: Bardia
Bardia
is bombed by British bombers and bombarded by naval vessels off shore. 3: RAF bombers attacked Bremen and the Kiel Canal in Germany
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Timeline Of World War II (1943)
This is a timeline of events that occurred during World War II
World War II
in 1943.Contents1 January 1943 2 February 1943 3 March 1943 4 April 1943 5 May 1943 6 June 1943 7 July 1943 8 August 1943 9 September 1943 10 October 1943 11 November 1943 12 December 1943 13 See also 14 Notes and references 15 External linksJanuary 1943[edit]1: German 1st Panzer Division withdraws from the Terek River
Terek River
area in southern Russia to prevent encirclement.[1] 2: Americans and Australians recapture Buna, New Guinea.[1] 7: Japanese land more troops at Lae, New Guinea. 9: United States
United States
Western Task Force redesignated I Armored Corps. 10: Soviet troops launch an all-out offensive attack on Stalingrad; they also renew attacks in the north (Leningrad) and in the Caucasus. 14: The Casablanca Conference
Casablanca Conference
of Allied leaders begins. Winston Churchill and
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World War II By Country
Nearly every country in the world participated in World War II, with the exception of a few countries that remained neutral. The Second World War pitted two alliances against each other, the Axis powers
Axis powers
and the Allied powers
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Timeline Of World War II (1944)
This is a timeline of events that occurred during 1944 in World War II.Contents1 January 1944 2 February 1944 3 March 1944 4 April 1944 5 May 1944 6 June 1944 7 July 1944 8 August 1944 9 September 1944 10 October 1944 11 November 1944 12 December 1944 13 See also 14 Notes and references 15 External linksJanuary 1944[edit]January 19441st15th4: The 1st Ukrainian Front
1st Ukrainian Front
of the Red Army enters Poland. 9: British forces take Maungdaw, Burma, a critical port for Allied supplies. 12: The SS United Victory, the first Victory ship, is launched; this class
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Timeline Of World War II (1945)
This is a timeline of the events that stretched over the period of World War II
World War II
from January 1945 to its conclusion and legal aftermath.Contents1 January 1945 2 February 1945 3 March 1945 4 April 1945 5 May 1945 6 June 1945 7 July 1945 8 August 1945 9 September 1945 10 October 1945 11 November 194511.1 Nuremberg 11.2 Elsewhere12 December 194512.1 Nuremberg 12.2 Elsewhere13 194613.1 January13.1.1 Nuremberg14 February 194614.1 Nuremberg15 March 194615.1 Nuremberg 15.2 Elsewhere16 April 194616.1 Nuremberg 16.2 Tokyo
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