Second World War: World’s Most Gruesome War
Second World War: World’s Most Gruesome War also know as WW2
World War II is a very bitter truth of this world. On September 1, 1939, German dictator Adolf Hitler invaded Poland and declared a global war. He was accompanied by Italy, Japan, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria in this act. On the other hand, the army of America, Soviet Union, Britain, China, France, Canada, Australia, Belgium, Poland, Yugoslavia, Brazil, Greece, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, South Africa, Mexico, Czechoslovakia and Mongolia stood. In this war which lasted six years, only 24 million soldiers were killed on both sides. At the same time, four crore 90 lakh citizens lost their lives. 60 million from the United States and allied countries, and 12 million from the German camp.
How Second World War started?
Even if this war started in 1939, America had to jump into this battle on 7 December 1941. 10 years before this, in 1931, Japan attacked Manchukuo, northeast of China. Japan annexed much of China in 1938, including Nanking, China’s longtime capital. More than 42 thousand citizens were cut like carrot and radish. At the same time, in 1939, Germany attacked Poland. The whole of Europe was engulfed in the fire of war.
Second World War Dated 1 September 1939 – 2 September 1945
1 September 1939 – 2 September 1945: August 1939: Germany’s Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler and Communist Soviet Union dictator Joseph Stalin sign a non-aggression pact. Germany intelligence planned to attack Poland. 1 September 1939: German army invades Poland on 1 September 1939. He bombed Poland. After this action, Britain and France played the bugle of war against Germany. In the beginning it was the European War. But it was soon called the Second World War. November: The Soviet Union invades Finland and seizes parts of Poland. He began threatening to invade the Baltic countries Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia.
January 1940: Soviet Finland War ends. Finland surrendered. In April, Germany attacked Norway and Denmark and won both countries. A month later in May the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg became the target of German dictator Adolf.
June: Germany was moving very fast. He first occupied northern and western France of France. The pro-German French authorities made Vichy its capital, and it was from here that all France began to be ruled under the supervision of Germany. Amidst all this, the fascist Italian dictator Benito Mussolini declared war against Britain and France.
Thousands of British troops fled France after the arrival of thousands of warships, yachts, fishing boats at the Port of Dunkirk in France. In the Battle of the Atlantic, German sub-marines (called Eubots) sank ships carrying oil and munitions from Britain to Britain. The German sub-marines dumped nearly 3 million tons of merchandise into the sea. July: Japanese troops begin occupying the French colonies settled in the southeastern part. In response, the US refused to export him oil.
Germany, Italy and Japan signed a tripartite treaty
September: Hundreds of fighter jets from the German Air Force begin bombing London at night. German bombers continued to bomb aircraft for 57 nights, until May 1941. About 40 thousand people died in it. Londoners called it an air raid campaign. Germany, Italy and Japan signed a tripartite treaty. In this they joined hands in the war against Britain and France. The deal was also a major threat to the US, which stopped helping Britain and France. The US had given Britain 50 old destroyers under the Naval and Airbase Exchange at Western Hampshire.
October: 4 lakh polis are gathered in a part of Jewish Warsaw. It is also called Warsaw Ghetto. The Nazi campaign continued against the Jews in Poland. This campaign led to the massacre of 60 lakhs of Jews and thousands in number. In the same month, Italy attacked Greece. In this, German soldiers also helped Italy troops. First World War
Attack on Pearl Harbor
1941 January – Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto plans an attack on Pearl Harbor. In March, former US President Franklin Roosevelt signed a ‘Land Lease’ bill to supply arms and other munitions to Britain.
Germany USSR (Russia) Second War
April – Germany defeats Greece and Yugoslavia. In June, more than three million German soldiers attacked the Soviet Union. September – Germany’s victory over the Soviet Union continues. German troops surrounded the city of Leningrad (now St. Petersburg). In the siege that lasted until January 1944, more than five million people of the city of Leningrad died of starvation.
Japan America War
October – Japanese army and navy officers order the country to prepare for war against America. General Hidegi Tojo became Prime Minister in a military-controlled government. The American Navy’s ‘Reuben James’ was destroyed and drowned in the North Atlantic in a German submarine torpedo attack. It was the first American warship to be destroyed in the European War. Only 45 of the 160 Ku members of the battleship survived in this attack. November – US asks Japan to withdraw its forces from China and Indo-China region. Tojo decides to go to war. Japan sent a team of diplomats to Washington to avert war with the United States. Six Japanese aircraft fighters stealthily flew from northern Japan towards Pearl Harbor. The US banned oil exports to Japan.
December – Japan invades Pearl Harbor. Around the same time, Japanese fighter jets also attacked the Philippines and two American islands. Japanese troops also attacked Malaya and Thailand and captured Shanghai. In December this year, Japanese troops attacked Burma and Hong Kong. Three days after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Germany and Italy declared war against America.
1942 January – Manila and the Philippines succumb to the Japanese Army. In February, Japanese fleet fighters dropped bombs on Darwin, Australia. Japan defeated the invading army of the Allies in a war fought in the Java sea. April – First contingent of US Army arrives in Australia. A crew of 16 American fighters, led by Lieutenant Colonel James Doolitil, arrived 800 miles closer to Tokyo and made the first bombing of Japan.
May – American battleships at the Battle of the Coral Sea return the Japanese invading army led by New Guinea. In June, aircraft from the American fleet warned the Japanese army and stopped them gave. American Japanese bombers sunk four Japanese warships. During this time an American warship was also destroyed. This proved to be the turning point of the Gulf War. Japanese soldiers set foot on the land of Atu and Kiska in the Alleten Islands.
August – US Navy contingents arrive in Guadakanal, Japan-occupied Solomon Islands. In September, Japanese fighter jets bombed the forests of Brookings and Oregon. In October, British troops defeated the German and Italian forces at Al Alame, Egypt.
The German army surrendered in the city of Stalingrad in Russia.
January 1943: Japan attempts to annex New Guinea. But Australia and American forces had to face defeat. In February, the German army surrendered in the city of Stalingrad in Russia (today Volgograd). The Soviet Red Army then began to attack even more rapidly. The war came to an end with the capture of Berlin in 1945.
April: American code breaker captures Japanese radio message. It said Admiral Yamamoto was flying to Solomon Islands. Taking advantage of this, American fighters shot down his plane and died. May: Meanwhile, a good news came for America. The Navy announced the USS Arizona has repaired all warships wrecked in Pearl Harbor, except Utah, Oklahoma, and will be landed at sea. American forces have redeemed the island of Attu, Alaska. Japanese forces evacuated the city of Adec. This brought an end to the Japanese occupation of the main island of Alaska, Aleutian Island.
Second World war and John F. Kennedy.
June: Japanese destroyer attacked and sunk small US Navy vessel PT-109. The ship’s commandate was John F. Kennedy. He saved life by reaching sea on an island for five hours by swimming with his companions. Kennedy later served as the President of the United States. In the same month, the Royal Air Force and the Eighth Air Force of America began bombing Germany 24 hours to surround it.
July: US and British forces enter Sicily, Italy. Italy surrendered in September. But the German army did not listen. She continued to battle in Italy. He seized Rome. In November the US Marines entered Tarawa and liberated Gilbert Island.
June 1944: American marines land in Saipan, North Marianas Island. The last aircraft carrier of Japan was defeated by an American aircraft carrier. Along with this, Japan also suffered the loss of 220 warplanes on it. The same month, the US Army entered Rome. On 6 June, on D-Day one lakh 55 thousand soldiers landed on the seaside of Normandy, France and the struggle to liberate Europe began.
French and American forces liberated Paris in Europe.
July: US Army liberates the American territory of Island Guam. In August, the US Navy took over Tinyan on the Northern Marianas Islands. B-29 bombers here to bomb Japan Base of was created. Here, French and American forces liberated Paris in Europe.
George in Bush and Second World War
September: US Navy torpedo aircraft shot down and dropped near Okinova. Pilot George in Bush was aboard. He plunged into the sea with the help of a parachute. After US President Pilot Bush became US The Marine saved. October: The war was in full swing. The US Marines landed in Leyte and began a struggle to liberate the Philippines. Here, Britain and Greece troops liberated Athens. In November, the US Army in Germany reached the Rhine River.
War in the Bulge Belgium
December: German forces suddenly attack the Ardennes region of Belgium. This led to a war in the Bulge.
945 January – The German army was turned back by American troops in the largest ground war fought in American war history. America won the battle of the bulge. February – US Marines take off on Iwo Jima of Borin Island. Tinian Island became the base point for B-29 fighter jets.
USA Attack on Tokyo Japan
March – B-29 planes bombard the city of Tokyo. Half the city of Tokyo was burnt in this attack. More than 80,000 people died in it. – US forces attacked Okinawa of the UCU Islands in Japan. Okinawa was made a base camp to attack other Japanese cities. The fighting continued until the US Army won the war in July.
– American troops crossed the Rhine River. About 1,250 fighter jets of the American Air Force bombed the Berlin city of Germany.
Vienna and Austria kneel before Soviet army
April – Vienna and Austria kneel before Soviet army. Soviet troops entered Berlin and started a war on the streets..
American troops rescued 32,000 people from the Doko Concentration Camp
Italian guerrilla fighters capture and kill Italian dictator Benito Mussolini. The German army surrendered in Italy. American troops rescued 32,000 people from the Doko Concentration Camp.
Suicide by Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler. Germany surrendered on 7 May.
Atom bombs were dropped on Hiroshima (6 August) and Nagasaki (9 August) of Japan
Built the first atomic bomb on the island of Tinian for use in war in July. In August, atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima (6 August) and Nagasaki (9 August) of Japan. Japan surrendered on 14 August after the nuclear attack killed more than 1 lakh civilians. Read More About World War I
These all brief history of second world war. References : Wikipedia