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ROYAL AIR FORCE
RAF
COMMANDOS
AGRARIAN-INDUSTRIAL POTENTIAL
CONTINUAL RELAXATION
OUTSET
MUSEUM SHIP
UNPRECEDENTED POPULARITY
WAR CRIMES
NUREMBERG TRIALS
THIRD REICH
GLOBAL MILITARY CONFLICT
GERMAN U-BOAT COMMANDER
NON-STEAM TECHNOLOGIES
EASTERN FRONT
ABBREVIATED WWII
ALLIED FORCES
GREAT DEAL
FATE
NEUTRALITY
NEUTRAL
INDEPENDENCE
INDONESIA
AXIS
PRIOR
DEVELOPED
BELARUS
BOMBING
HALT
COMMUNISM
TONS
DESTRUCTION
WESTERN EUROPE
HUMANITY
DEFEAT
CONFLICTS
CONFLICT
REFUGEES
NATIONS
YUGOSLAVIA
SEPTEMBER 1944
NETHERLANDS
GERMAN INVASION
INVASION
SOLDIERS
DAMAGED
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Second World War"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. In the Second World War, the Red Army occupied the city in September 1944, helping cement communist rule in Bulgaria. (Web site)
  2. The Second World War was a holocaust and 60 million people died. (Web site)
  3. The Second World War was fought, in Hitler’s view, to create a European empire strong enough to take on the United States. (Web site)
  4. The Second World War is the only 20th-Century event commemorated on the Mall's central axis. (Web site)
  5. The Second World War was an event as decisive to Vietnam as the French taking of Đà Nẵng in 1858. (Web site)

Royal Air Force

  1. Lakenheath began its service to the Royal Air Force during the Second World War as a decoy airfield.

Raf

  1. 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

  1. Commandos is a real-time strategy PC game series set in the Second World War.

Agrarian-Industrial Potential

  1. Having survived the ruins of the Second World War, the Ternopil region developed its agrarian-industrial potential during the afterwar years. (Web site)
  2. Having survived the ruins of the Second World War, the Ternopil oblast developed its agrarian-industrial potential during the afterwar years. (Web site)

Continual Relaxation

  1. The continual relaxation of formal dress standards since the end of the Second World War redefined what clothes constitute formal and semi-formal dress. (Web site)

Outset

  1. 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.

Museum Ship

  1. SS American Victory is a Second World War Victory ship which has been preserved as a museum ship in Tampa, Florida.

Unprecedented Popularity

  1. In the 20th century, particularly after the Second World War, the cello enjoyed an unprecedented popularity. (Web site)

War Crimes

  1. This prison housed the only German war criminals ever to be imprisoned in the Netherlands for their war crimes during the Second World War.

Nuremberg Trials

  1. 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.

Third Reich

  1. 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.
  2. The peace Wilson brought home led straight to Adolf Hitler, the Third Reich and a second world war far worse than the first.

Global Military Conflict

  1. World War II, or the Second World War, was a global military conflict, the joining of what had initially been two separate conflicts.

German U-Boat Commander

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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. (Web site)

Non-Steam Technologies

  1. As labour costs rose, particularly after the second world war, non-steam technologies became much more cost-efficient. (Web site)

Eastern Front

  1. 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.
  2. PanzerBlitz is a tactical-scale board wargame of tank, artillery, and infantry combat set in the Eastern Front of the Second World War.
  3. 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. (Web site)

Abbreviated Wwii

  1. World War II (abbreviated WWII), or the Second World War, was a worldwide military conflict which lasted from 1939 to 1945.

Allied Forces

  1. The Victory day is celebrated to mark Germany's surrender to the Allied forces, including the Soviet Union, in the Second World War.
  2. During the Second World War, Manipur was the scene of many fierce battles between the Japanese and the Allied forces. (Web site)

Great Deal

  1. After the Second World War, Dresden became a major industrial center in the German Democratic Republic with a great deal of research infrastructure. (Web site)

Fate

  1. 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. (Web site)

Neutrality

  1. Although Iran had declared its neutrality in the Second World War, it was occupied by Allied forces.

Neutral

  1. The independent Irish state remained neutral during the Second World War, a period known in Ireland as The Emergency.

Independence

  1. Between 1944 and 1947, as Poland regained independence from the Nazis and the Second World War ended, schools quickly resumed their activity.
  2. 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. (Web site)

Indonesia

  1. The Dutch colonial presence in Indonesia existed in various forms for over 300 years until the Japanese occupation in the second World War.
  2. After the Second World War, some soldiers stayed in Indonesia to fight the Independence War and were decorated by the Indonesian government as heroes. (Web site)

Axis

  1. During the Second World War, communist parties took part in restistance activities against the Axis.

Prior

  1. 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.
  2. 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. (Web site)
  3. 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.

Developed

  1. 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]. (Web site)
  2. Improved physics theory, developed by Walter Elsasser during the Second World War, and laboratory studies during the war and after confirmed the point. (Web site)
  3. The technology of anechoic tiles was developed by Germany in the Second World War.

Belarus

  1. In total, Belarus lost a quarter of its pre-war population in the Second World War, including practically all its intellectual elite.
  2. 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.

Bombing

  1. After being completely destroyed during the bombing of Dresden during the second world war, it was rebuilt by the German Democratic Republic. (Web site)
  2. Bombing during the Second World War - 11 March 1941 - destroyed much of the stadium, notably the main stand.
  3. One thing we tend to forget is Australia's part in the bombing of Europe in the Second World War.

Halt

  1. The Second World War forced a halt to most international chess. (Web site)

Communism

  1. 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.

Tons

  1. 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. (Web site)

Destruction

  1. Winston Churchill (The Second World War, Book XII) had erroneously believed it to be "a modernised heavily defended fortress " and ordered its destruction. (Web site)

Western Europe

  1. The conquest of western Europe was the main reason that the Soviet Union unleashed the Second World War. (Web site)

Humanity

  1. Following the end of the Second World War, Göring was convicted of war crimes and crimes against humanity at the Nuremberg Trials.
  2. Prior to the Second World War, there were in international law only war crimes and no crimes against humanity.

Defeat

  1. Defeat in the Second World War brought about radical change to Japan.
  2. 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. (Web site)
  3. He is credited for the role he played in the second world war and the defeat of Nazism.

Conflicts

  1. 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. (Web site)

Conflict

  1. During the Second World War Cossacks found themselves on both sides of the conflict again.

Refugees

  1. 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.

Nations

  1. In contrast to World War I, the Western victors in the Second World War did not demand compensation from the defeated nations. (Web site)

Yugoslavia

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. After the end of the Second World War, when Tito became Yugoslavia's president, the People's Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was established.

September 1944

  1. During the Second World War the bridge was destroyed by German troops during the Warsaw Uprising, on 13 September 1944.

Netherlands

  1. Ysselsteyn German war cemetery contains the graves of nearly 32,000 German soldiers who died in the Netherlands during the Second World War. (Web site)
  2. The Netherlands intended to remain neutral during the Second World War.
  3. Symbolically linking both Netherlands and Canada for their assistance throughout the Second World War.

German Invasion

  1. In 1939, the Second World War broke out with the German invasion of Poland.

Invasion

  1. Allied forces relied heavily on Michelin maps to plan the invasion of Normandy during Operation Overlord in the Second World War.

Soldiers

  1. An estimated 3,900 of these soldiers died fighting for Germany during the Second World War.
  2. 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.
  3. 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. (Web site)

Damaged

  1. The Palace on the Water was damaged by Polish and German forces during the Warsaw Uprising, and was rebuilt after the Second World War.
  2. This bridge was the only London bridge to have been damaged by the Germans in the second world war.

Categories

  1. Continents > Europe > Germanic Peoples > Germans
  2. World > Countries > European Union > Germany
  3. Society > Humans > Health > Outbreak
  4. World War
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