Pearl Harbor Timeline

  1937 Japan invades China From the north, Japanese soldiers invaded China. 1939 World War II begins In 1939, World War II broke out, involving many nations including England, Germany, and Japan. When the conflict started, America chose not to participate. 1940 America boycotts Japan New trade restrictions were imposed by the United States, limiting Japan's ability to trade products. This was due to Japan's wartime activities. January 1941 Japan begins preparing an attack America had not yet entered WWII. Because of the trade embargoes, Japan chose to either intimidate the United States into removing the embargoes or drag the United States into the war. January 1941 Americans didn't believe it The Japanese communications regarding an assault on Pearl Harbor were intercepted by an American. No one believed him when he informed his bosses. July 1941 Japan continues their preparations Throughout the summer, Japanese soldiers prepared for the assault. September 1941 More messag

Cold War Timeline

 February 8, 1945 World War II allies attend the Yalta Conference. Following World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union meet at Yalta to decide what to do with Germany. The country has been split, and East Germany has been taken over by the Soviet Union and turned into a communist state. June 8, 1949 Celebrities are accused of being a member of the Communist Party. Many celebrities in the United States are falsely accused of being communists. Senator Joseph McCarthy is the guy behind the allegations, and he is responsible for many innocent individuals losing their jobs as a result of being implicated. August 29, 1949 The Russians test an atomic bomb. The Soviet Union successfully tests its first atomic weapon, codenamed Joe 1 by the United States. There are now two nuclear-armed nations in the globe, in addition to the United States. June 25, 1950 The Korean War begins. The Korean War begins when Korea invades South Korea. The United States joins the battle to attempt to halt

Texas Revolution Timeline

 April 6, 1830 The Mexican government bans American immigration to Texas. Anastasio Bustamante, concerned about Americans wielding too much power over Texans, prohibits any additional Americans from entering the state. However, immigration from America continued, and by 1836, there were approximately 35,000 Americans residing in the country. 1833 The Mexican government rejects the Texas Constitution. Dissatisfied with Mexican authority, Texans compile a list of demands for the Mexican administration. The government opposes such reforms, including Texans' effort to write their own constitution. October 2, 1835 The first shots of the revolution are fired. Mexican troops were sent to Gonzales, Texas, to retrieve a cannon intended to deter Indian assaults. The Texas revolution began when Texans refused to allow the troops enter town and opened fire on them. October 9, 1835 Texas wins the Battle of Goliad. At Presidio La Bahia near Goliad, Texas settlers assault Mexican troops. The Texa

Holocaust Timeline

 1933 Adolph Hitler comes to power Adolph Hitler was appointed as Germany's chancellor. He despised Jews and immediately enacted anti-Semitic measures. 1935 Nuremberg Laws The Nuremberg Laws stripped Jews of their privileges, including their right to education, marriage, and commerce. 1939 Polish Jews cast out Half of Poland was seized by the Germans. They forcibly expelled Polish Jews from their homes in 1939. 1939 The ghettos To accommodate the Jews who had been removed from their homes, massive Jewish ghettos were built. Warsaw was one of the most well-known ghettos. 1940 Hitler invades surrounding countries After establishing his authority, Hitler started invading and conquering neighboring nations. 1940 The death of those with disabilities Hitler advocated for the execution of individuals who were deemed to be disabled. Poisonous gasses were employed by the Nazis. September 1941 The Jewish Star All Jews in German territory were required to wear a yellow star, according to the

Civil War Timeline

 February 09, 1861 Confederation was formed The Confederate Constitution was drafted in a conference in Montgomery, Alabama, by the seven seceding states. It is similar to the United States Constitution, but places a larger emphasis on each state's sovereignty. Until elections could be conducted, Jefferson Davis was appointed president of the Confederacy. March 1861 Lincoln Inaugurated On March 4th, Abraham Lincoln was sworn in as President of the United States. The new president said that he had no intentions to abolish slavery in existing states, but that he would not allow secession. He wanted to find a peaceful solution to the national issue. April 1861 Attack on Ft. Sumter In order to prevent violence, President Abraham Lincoln informed the state of his plans to deliver supplies to Fort Sumter. South Carolina, on the other hand, was suspicious of a ruse, and the fort's commander, Robert Anderson, was ordered to surrender immediately. Anderson volunteered to surrender, but

Revolutionary War Timeline

 1765 Great Britain passed the Stamp Act. The Stamp Act imposed a levy on everything from papers to playing cards on the colonists. This did not sit well with the colonists. 1767 The British imposed the Townshend duties. Townshend duties required American colonists to pay taxes on tea, paint, and a variety of other items. The colonists were enraged by the additional, unjust levies. 1770 A fight between British troops and colonists broke out. The colonists were fed up with being taxed and harassed unjustly. They made the decision to fight back. 1774 The Coercive Acts came into play. The colonists dubbed these laws the Intolerable Acts. The British enacted these regulations in order to force the colonists to comply. April 15, 1775 The Revolutionary War began. The war's initial shots were fired in Massachusetts. Thousands of people volunteered to assist the Continental Army. June 17, 1775 The Battle of Bunker Hill took place. Although the colonists, known as Patriots, lost the battle,

World War I Timeline

Assassination on June 28, 1914 In Sarajevo, Archduke Franz Ferdinand is murdered, sparking World War I. The War Breaks Out in August of 1914 The different nations involved declared war on each other. The First Battle of Ypres was fought in October 1914. From October through November, the first battle of Ypres takes place. 21st of December, 1914   Raids from the Air The first German air attack on Britain occurred on December 21, 1914. 24th of December, 1914  Truce at Christmas On both sides, soldiers declared an unofficial Christmas ceasefire. 04 February 1915  Britain is under blockade. U-boats are used by Germany to target British and neutral ships. The Second Battle of Ypres was fought on April 22, 1915. The second Battle of Ypres, which lasted from April 22 to May 25, was the first time Germany used poison gas. Gallipoli, April 1915 Gallipoli was fought between April and December 1915. 7th of May, 1915 The Lusitania was sunk. German U-boats sank the British ship Lusitania. Verdun, F