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- In the Second World War, the Red Army occupied the city in September 1944, helping cement communist rule in Bulgaria.
- The Second World War was a holocaust and 60 million people died.
- The Second World War was fought, in Hitler’s view, to create a European empire strong enough to take on the United States.
- The Second World War is the only 20th-Century event commemorated on the Mall's central axis.
- The Second World War was an event as decisive to Vietnam as the French taking of Đà Nẵng in 1858.
- Lakenheath began its service to the Royal Air Force during the Second World War as a decoy airfield.
- Educated at Jesus College, Oxford, he served in the RAF in the Second World War, spending 1941 - 1945 in a prisoner-of-war camp in Germany.
- Commandos is a real-time strategy PC game series set in the Second World War.
- Having survived the ruins of the Second World War, the Ternopil region developed its agrarian-industrial potential during the afterwar years.
- Having survived the ruins of the Second World War, the Ternopil oblast developed its agrarian-industrial potential during the afterwar years.
- The continual relaxation of formal dress standards since the end of the Second World War redefined what clothes constitute formal and semi-formal dress.
- Poland was partitioned again in 1939, at the outset of the Second World War, and Nazi German forces entered Kraków in September of that year.
- SS American Victory is a Second World War Victory ship which has been preserved as a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.
- In the 20th century, particularly after the Second World War, the cello enjoyed an unprecedented popularity.
- This prison housed the only German war criminals ever to be imprisoned in the Netherlands for their war crimes during the Second World War.
- The Nuremberg Code is a set of principles for human experimentation set as a result of the Nuremberg trials at the end of the Second World War.
- It was again invaded and subject to German occupation in the Second World War in 1940, and was formally annexed into the Third Reich in 1942.
- The peace Wilson brought home led straight to Adolf Hitler, the Third Reich and a second world war far worse than the first.
- World War II, or the Second World War, was a global military conflict, the joining of what had initially been two separate conflicts.
- Commodore Otto Kretschmer (May 1, 1912 - August 5, 1998) was a German U-boat commander of the Second World War, and was the most successful Ace of the Deep.
- Otto Kretschmer (May 1, 1912 - August 5, 1998) was a German U-boat commander of the Second World War, and was the most successful Ace of the Deep.
- Friedrich Guggenberger (6 March 1915 – 13 May 1988) was a German U-boat commander of the Second World War, and was highly successful during this period.
- As labour costs rose, particularly after the second world war, non-steam technologies became much more cost-efficient.
- This is the story of Per Imerslund (1912-1943), a Norwegian soldier fighting during the Second World War with the Germans on the Eastern Front.
- PanzerBlitz is a tactical-scale board wargame of tank, artillery, and infantry combat set in the Eastern Front of the Second World War.
- These operations were a part of the southern sector of the Eastern Front during the Second World War, fought around the city of Rostov-on-Don.
- World War II (abbreviated WWII), or the Second World War, was a worldwide military conflict which lasted from 1939 to 1945.
- The Victory day is celebrated to mark Germany's surrender to the Allied forces, including the Soviet Union, in the Second World War.
- During the Second World War, Manipur was the scene of many fierce battles between the Japanese and the Allied forces.
- After the Second World War, Dresden became a major industrial center in the German Democratic Republic with a great deal of research infrastructure.
- In the early years of the Second World War, the Germans waged a fierce debate among themselves regarding the fate of the "essential worker"-Jews.
- Although Iran had declared its neutrality in the Second World War, it was occupied by Allied forces.
- The independent Irish state remained neutral during the Second World War, a period known in Ireland as The Emergency.
- Between 1944 and 1947, as Poland regained independence from the Nazis and the Second World War ended, schools quickly resumed their activity.
- Poland regained its independence in 1918, after more than a century of rule by its neighbours, but its borders shifted again after the Second World War.
- The Dutch colonial presence in Indonesia existed in various forms for over 300 years until the Japanese occupation in the second World War.
- After the Second World War, some soldiers stayed in Indonesia to fight the Independence War and were decorated by the Indonesian government as heroes.
- During the Second World War, communist parties took part in restistance activities against the Axis.
- Prior to Second World War there were 3,500,000 Jews in Polish Second Republic, about 10% of the population, living predominantly in the cities.
- Prior to the outbreak of the second world war, Coca-Cola's only unqualified success on the international scene was its bottling operations in Nazi Germany.
- ORP Blyskawica was one of two British designed and built destroyer leaders delivered to Poland in the years immediately prior to the second world war.
- The first nuclear weapon was created by the American Manhattan Project during the Second World War and was developed for use against the Axis powers[ 1].
- Improved physics theory, developed by Walter Elsasser during the Second World War, and laboratory studies during the war and after confirmed the point.
- The technology of anechoic tiles was developed by Germany in the Second World War.
- In total, Belarus lost a quarter of its pre-war population in the Second World War, including practically all its intellectual elite.
- The film is an account of the Bielski partisans, a group led by four Jewish brothers who saved and recruited Jews in Belarus during the Second World War.
- After being completely destroyed during the bombing of Dresden during the second world war, it was rebuilt by the German Democratic Republic.
- Bombing during the Second World War - 11 March 1941 - destroyed much of the stadium, notably the main stand.
- One thing we tend to forget is Australia's part in the bombing of Europe in the Second World War.
- The Second World War forced a halt to most international chess.
- The fate of the Greek Catholics after the Second World War is perhaps the darkest chapter in the story of the Moscow Patriarch's collusion with Communism.
- The Type 97 Te-Ke was a Japanese light tank (4.5 tons) of the Second World War designed as a replacement for the earlier Type 94.
- Winston Churchill (The Second World War, Book XII) had erroneously believed it to be "a modernised heavily defended fortress " and ordered its destruction.
- The conquest of western Europe was the main reason that the Soviet Union unleashed the Second World War.
- Following the end of the Second World War, Göring was convicted of war crimes and crimes against humanity at the Nuremberg Trials.
- Prior to the Second World War, there were in international law only war crimes and no crimes against humanity.
- Defeat in the Second World War brought about radical change to Japan.
- The hard-won Soviet victory prevented Hitler from waging the Second World War for another ten years and set the Germans on the road to defeat.
- He is credited for the role he played in the second world war and the defeat of Nazism.
- It was badly affected by the Second World War and Greek Civil War, experiencing some of the worst atrocities committed in Greece during those conflicts.
- During the Second World War Cossacks found themselves on both sides of the conflict again.
- During the Second World War, Caldas da Rainha became home to a great number of refugees who fled to neutral Portugal from all over Europe.
- In contrast to World War I, the Western victors in the Second World War did not demand compensation from the defeated nations.
- In 1999, the NATO war on Yugoslavia in Kosovo was the first offensive conflict in which the German military actively took part since the Second World War.
- After the end of the Second World War, when Tito became Yugoslavia's president, the People's Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was established.
- During the Second World War the bridge was destroyed by German troops during the Warsaw Uprising, on 13 September 1944.
- Ysselsteyn German war cemetery contains the graves of nearly 32,000 German soldiers who died in the Netherlands during the Second World War.
- The Netherlands intended to remain neutral during the Second World War.
- Symbolically linking both Netherlands and Canada for their assistance throughout the Second World War.
- In 1939, the Second World War broke out with the German invasion of Poland.
- Allied forces relied heavily on Michelin maps to plan the invasion of Normandy during Operation Overlord in the Second World War.
- An estimated 3,900 of these soldiers died fighting for Germany during the Second World War.
- Japan began introducing Karate as a subject in schools before the Second World War and soldiers in the army were often trained in the discipline.
- Ultimate military success and defeat of the enemy might well depend on how well soldiers were trained in hand to hand combat during the Second World War.
- The Palace on the Water was damaged by Polish and German forces during the Warsaw Uprising, and was rebuilt after the Second World War.
- This bridge was the only London bridge to have been damaged by the Germans in the second world war.
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