History of World War 2 (in One Take) | History Bombs


there are any value minor they are made your truth it is not true that matters but victory twenty years after World War one optimism would be undone the fateful Treaty of Versailles was all too easily defied the depths of the Great Depression your German unrest and aggression from 39 to 45 60 million more would lose their lives but how did Europe percent once more from frontal peace to total war how was Germany infected by a poisonous leaders bleak objective a leader who would instigate a regime of terror builds on hate come with us now as we pursue the history bomb of World War II we must rise up and take a stand bring glory to the fatherland our children this alien race will save us from our past disgrace cast out see Jules they make us speak guilty for our shameful defeat we have suffered so dreadfully let us now secure a destiny in the seized control of Germany in 1933 and to by the Treaty of Versailles rearming marching into the Rhineland and Austria and invading Czechoslovakia in August 1939 with tensions rising across Europe he found an unlikely Russian ally in Josef Dan in may I propose a pact our two great nations should not attack fighting together the lays a foundation for European domination okay I will take this jet forgetting the lines we burned in a dread Court to Poland let’s attack quickly split the land 50/50 in September 1939 Germany and Russia invaded Poland with an agreement to divide the country between themselves Britain’s Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain had always aimed to maintain peace with Germany but this time he could not ignore hit as aggressive intent now with regards to the state of Poland I can assure you it’s all in hand we must stay calm I am what knowing her Hitler he’ll soon withdrawals sir sorry to button is 11 o’clock we have heard from burning Lord I can’t hold back anymore I have no choice we are at war as Britain and France prepared for war German forces tore through Western Europe with a new form of highly intensive warfare known as blitzkrieg they over and France with devastating speed and by May 1940 the Allies were forced back to the English Channel no doubt about cherry fibers pledged grieve I never fought then it’s out with nixb i pushed us all the way back to the beaches we dumped our kidnapped enemy breaching let’s keep going on I got some boats there’s free on repairs and Tommy’s the boat everything will return distinction who knows right now there’s only one direction against the odds 300,000 Allied troops were evacuated in dunker but they left behind a lot of men and valuable equipment with Western Europe overrun Britain now stood alone and in the summer of 1940 Hitler attempted a knockout blow to the Royal Air Force to pave the way for a full invasion of prison by June they mean business there’s no cover I don’t think we’re far away from disaster yes they’re coming thick and fast brand-new Spitfires are up to the tower to have your eyes for spice forecast the RAF fails all over we lost there’s another squadron over the channel here we go don’t amble scramble Hitler’s plan to invade Britain was stopped in its tracks as the RAF held firm much to the delight of prisons new Prime Minister John bombers continue to pound British cities for months during the Blitz without a breakthrough eager for progress Hitler looked East my fear laughs another bomber I feel this peace Cutler much longer last in that case we March East Russia still in Oslo in June 1941 German forces advanced against Russian troops who to this point have been on the same side then as if taking on one growing superpower was not enough in December there was trouble in paradise as US forces in Hawaii came under a surprise Japanese attack what in the heck is going on these Japanese they’re just too strong they take it out the battleships and our planes are burnt out on the airstrip sneak attack they’ve got some nerve don’t worry don’t get what they deserve they want this better we’ll watch out Japan you’ve just woken up so the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor called the USA into the war this will prove pivotal and in June 1942 the u.s. struck a decisive victory over the Japanese at the Battle of Midway in October the Allies would have further success this time in the Egyptian desert strewth this heat is berserk the Egyptian Sun is even hotter than birth toughen up might enjoy the pain let’s get ready for the battle at El Alamein the chances of victory are already sliding now the hIG’s Spector’s to fight him at night just put your faith in general Montgomery this is a man that can lead us to victory allies victory at El Alamein proved a decisive turning point in the North Africa campaign meanwhile on the Eastern Front the Germans were suffering heavy losses and the snows of Stalingrad they were short of supplies and the Russians were resolute and determined whilst Hitler continued to send divisions east in June 1944 the Allies launched a vicious attack in front howdy y’all get out the way America’s here to say pide we got as many troops as you could want open up a second front will board the beaches with our guys and take the Germans by surprise our tanks and guns elem ramires they’re never going to let us forget this the d-day landings gave the Allies have foothold in Europe for which they pushed towards towards Germany it wasn’t all plain sailing but after 11 months on the 8th of May 1945 victory in Europe was secured whilst Germany surrendered Japan refused to back down and the USA decided to unleash – knockout blow my god what have we done a Russian a gazecki welder just gone the nuclear age has been unfurled we are become death destroyer of worlds on the 15th of august 1945 Japan’s surrender to save their lives the entire world had been transformed around this truly global war countless lives in countless lands lost so that we might stand together now the guns have ceased as nations side by side in peace you

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