World War, II ~ History Summary|
Germany invaded Poland on 01, Sep. 1939; Later Norway and Denmark 09 Apr. 1940; Then Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxemburg on 10 May 1940; Then France, reaching Paris on 14 June 1940; Germany invaded Russia 22 June 1941. Great Britain declared war on Germany on 03 Sep. 1939, as did Australia and New Zealand. South Africa declared war on Germany 06 Sep. 1939; Canada declared war on Germany 10 Sep. 1939; Great Britain declared war on Italy 11 Jun. 1940, on Finland, Hungary, and Rumania 07 Dec. 1941, on Japan 08 Dec. 1941, on Bulgaria 13 Dec. 1941, on Thailand 25 Jan. 1942. France declared war on Germany 03 Sep. 1939; On Italy 11 Jun. 1940. Free French (de GAULLE) declared war on Japan 08 Dec. 1941. Italy (under BENITO MUSSOLINI) declared war on Great Britain and France 10 Jun. 1940, on U.S.A. 11 Dec. 1941; Italy surrendered unconditionally on 08 Sep. 1943. Italy declared war against Germany 13 Oct. 1943, against Japan 14 Jul. 1945. Italy signed "Treaty of Peace" 10 Feb. 1947, in Paris with Great Britain, France, U.S.S.R. and the United States.
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, U.S.S.R. (Russia) signed non-aggression pact with Germany in aug. 1939; invaded Poland 17 Sep. 1939, and Finland, 30 Nov. 1939; Russia was invaded by Germany and Romania 22 Jun. 1941; Finland declared war on Russia 25 Jun. 1941; Russia signed "Treaty of Peace", in Paris with Great Britain, France and the United States; Declared war on Japan 08 Aug. 1945; Signed "Treaty of Peace" with Italy, Hungary, romania, Bulgaria and Finland 10 Feb. 1947. Japan invaded French Indochina 22 Sep. 1940; Attacked Pearl Harbor naval station and the Philippines by air on 07 Dec. 1941; and declared war on the U.S.A., Great Britain, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the Union of South Africa on 07 Dec. 1941; on the Netherlands 11 Jan. 1942; Japan accepted the Allied terms unconditionally 14 Aug. 1945; Japan signed surrender terms 01 Sep. 1945 on board the USS Missouri; Signed "Treaty of Peace" with Great Britain, France and the United States (except U.S.S.R.) and a total of 49 nations at San Francisco, CA. on 08 Sep. 1951.
United States of America U.S.A. After Japan attacked Pearl Harbor naval station and the Philippines by air on 07 Dec. 1941; U.S.A. declared war on Japan 08 Dec. 1941; Germany and Italy declared war on the U.S. 11 Dec. 1941; A few hours later the U.S declared war on Germany and Italy; also Bulgaria, Hungary and Romania 05 Jun. 1942; Signed "Treaty of Peace" with Italy, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria 10 Feb. 1947; Signed "Treaty of Peace" with Japan on 08 Sep. 1951, San Francisco, CA.
On 07 Dec. 1941, the President Franklin DeLano ROOSEVELT:
On 12 Apr. 1945 the 32nd President Franklin DeLabo ROOSEVELT of New York, died while in office at the age of 63 years. The Vice- President, Harry S. TRUMAN, from Independence, Missouri took over the nation at this burdensome times.
Some four years later from the bombing of Pearl Harbor to 04 May, 1945 the German armies began surrendering; Germany signed Unconditional Surrender on 07th. May 1945 at 2:41 a.m., French time, in Rheims Headquarters.
They designating cessation of operations on 09 May 1945 at 12:01 a.m., London time. Surrender also was signed in Berlin on 08 May, 1945 and was celebrated as V-E Day.
On 06th. of Aug. 1945, President Harry S. TRUMAN only after being in office for some 4 months authorized the use of the first Atomic Bomb to be dropped by plane over Hiroshima, Japan (pop. 343,969). The second drop was authorized on 09 Aug. 1945 over Nagasaki, Japan (pop. 252,630). The estimates of those who died from the these bombs and radiation exposure vary, but records indicate Hiroshima was 80,000 to over 200,000; Nagasaki, 39,000 to 74,000. Japan surrendered and accepted the Allied terms unconditionally on 14 Aug. 1945, Japan formaly signed the surrender terms 01 Sep. 1945 on board the USS Missouri, Far Eastern Time, celebrated as V-J Day.
|These records are part of the "Genealogy Computer Package" *** PC-PROFILE *** Volume - II. Sarratt/Sarrett/Surratt Family Profile© Compiled and self Published in Oct. 31, 1989 by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. with the assistance of my late mother Mrs. M. Lucille (WILSON) SARRETT (1917-1987) These 1989 "Work-Books" were compiled by listing the various families, born, married, died, and a history of that family branch. In 1996 I started "Up-Loading" this material on the now called SFA© Series...prs|
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