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History 5, Fall 2010 Outline: Lecture XXV p. 1 30 November 2010 World War Two: Holocaust and Rebuilding I. World War Two A. A brief prehistory 1933-39 B. Germany Invades Poland on September 1, 1939 C. France: Germany Invades on May 10, 1940; Armistice signed June 22, 1940 D. Soviet Union: the primacy of the war in the east; Germany Invades on June 22,  1941; Stalingrad battle ends February 2, 1943 with surrender of German Sixth  Army—the beginning of the end E. United States: enters war following Japanese attack December 7, 1941;  Germany declares war four days later; war becomes truly global (Asia, Africa,  Europe, Pacific, Atlantic theaters of conflict) F. End of the War in Europe: D-Day, June 6, 1944; Soviet troops enter Warsaw,  January 7, 1945; battle for Berlin commences April 16, 1945; Hitler commits  suicide April 30, 1945 with Soviet troops in command of Berlin II.  Holocaust: How to speak about these events
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