WORLD WAR II - WAR IN EUROPE Chapters

WORLD WAR II - WAR IN EUROPE

Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, and Joseph Stalin are allies in the plan to defeat Hitler.

The Allies devise a plan to break Hitler's reign in Europe by attacking from a new waterfront direction.

Berlin is caught in the conflict that erupts and the Russians erect the Berlin Wall to divide the city.

As Hitler seizes power, the Jewish persecution begins.

The fall of Berlin provokes the end of the war, but there are still troubles ahead for the city.

Polish mathematicians help Britain's Alan Turing create a decoder to the Enigma machine.

Despite the horrible wartime conditions in Poland, Szpilman manages to stay hidden and alive.

The decision makers divide Germany into East and West as residents struggle to survive.

American war posters portray the need for more and more equipment and advise people to waste nothing.

Children, especially in Great Britain, have to suffer family issues, as well as a lack of food and supplies.

Hosenfeld, who keeps a diary of the acts committed by Hitler and the Nazis, dies in the war camps even though Szpilman tries to help him.

Children help out by rationing, recycling, and helping to support their families.

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