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1933: Hitler comes to power in Germany
Description: This is the beginning of WWII. Hitler is now the main leader in germany, and he is persuading everyone with his power of speech to be under his command. Using this Hitler plans to take over the world. He gains the forces of most of germany to aid him in his quest. Germany
September 10, 1939: Canada declares war on Germany
October 1939: Poland Surrenders to Germany
April 1940: Germany invades Denmark and Norway
May 12 1940: Germany invades France
May 14 1940: Dutch army surrenders to Germany
May 28, 1940: Belgium surrenders to Germany
June 10, 1940: Italy declares war on Britain and France
June 22, 1940: France surrenders to Germany, Canada expands war effort
July 10, 1940 – October 31, 1940: Battle for Britain is underway, Canada participates in air fights over the english channel
November 1940: Troops and equipment from Canada start moving in carriers across the Atlantic, Battle of the Atlantic is underway
June 1941: Germany invades Russia, Russia (Soviet Union) joins Allied powers
September 27, 1941: Japan joins the Axis powers
Description: This becomes a great aid in Hitlers quest. The japanese are very powerful at this point in the war and help Hitler tremendously throughout the war. Now the Allies must deal with an even larger enemy force than what they were previously up against.
October 1941: Canada agrees to send two divisions of the Canadian army to Hong Kong to defend the British colony against Japan
December 1941: Soviets stop the German advance into Russia
December 7, 1941: Japan bombs Pearl Harbor in the U.S
Description: This is the first sign that that Allied forces now must fight against Japan aswell, and no longer only the Germans. This is the Starting point at which war is being declared with Japan.
December 25, 1941: Hong Kong surrenders to Japan, Canadian soldiers are taken prisoner, Canada declares war on Japan
August 19, 1942: Canadian troops

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