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World War II In Europe & The Pacific: Day By Day

The changing front lines of the European Theater of World War II every day from the German invasion of Poland to the surrender of Germany.

The Pacific Theater. The changing front lines for every three days from December 7, 1941 to the Japanese surrender.


How World War II went down. Day by Day Changes

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Date: 10/06/13 01:25 PM

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  1. Profile photo of SweepOfDeath
    SweepOfDeath Male 18-29
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    October 6, 2013 at 1:30 pm
    Link: World War II In Europe & The Pacific: Day By Day - How World War II went down. Day by Day Changes
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    Kain1 Male 18-29
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    October 6, 2013 at 4:34 pm
    pretty nice.
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    Andrew155 Male 18-29
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    October 6, 2013 at 4:46 pm
    I don`t get why Finland is shown separately. I mean, I know the exact justification they would, but I would respond that they`re just ashamed of Finland`s association with Germany. You may as well make Romania and Bulgaria separate, otherwise.
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    Draculya Male 40-49
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    October 6, 2013 at 10:25 pm
    There are probably still pockets in the Asian jungles that never got the message to surrender. Occasionally, Filipino villagers find crazy Japanese soldiers.
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    Bakcagain21 Male 18-29
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    October 7, 2013 at 3:12 am
    As we can all see Russia defeated ze Germans not the Americans saving our arses....

    Ze Americans stopped Russia then walking over the rest of Europe
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    Bakcagain21 Male 18-29
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    October 7, 2013 at 3:15 am
    @Andrew155 Because Finland was separate and got the pootiest deal of many countries. Russia invades Finland, Finland asks Allies for help. Allies say eh no we want Russia on our side thanks. So Finland goes to Germany and says "hey you`re killing Russians, we`re better at it but need supplies give us them and we`ll kill many Russians" Germans go ok. The Finnish people were not under German control they didn`t expel and massacre populations. They were just desperate and fighting for their land. But what ended up happening is Russia destroyed their country, they had to pay them for the pleasure as reparations give up land and rebuild.
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    kvetcher Male 50-59
    213 posts
    October 7, 2013 at 5:43 am
    @Bakcagain21
    Not quite. After the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact, some people in both France and the UK relished the thought of a fight against both lots of bad guys. They declared war on the Soviet Union as well as Germany, and as they obviously couldn`t intervene to aid Poland, they were going to send an expeditionary force to aid Gallant Little Finland. This required the consent of both Norway and Sweden to 100,000 foreign troops travelling across their (neutral) countries, and negotiations were still going on when peace broke out in March 1940. Poor little Finland was screwed about by all parties, I agree, but you could mention that they did have a go at the Germans at the end of the war.
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    kvetcher Male 50-59
    213 posts
    October 7, 2013 at 6:13 am
    By the way, some people might wonder at my saying "Obviously, the Allies couldn`t aid Poland". Why didn`t France just invade Germany across its western border and take the pressure off Poland?
    Hmm, let me get back to you on that.
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    LordJim Male 60-69
    6667 posts
    October 7, 2013 at 10:44 am
    Draculya,

    Unlikely. The last confirmed hold-out was nearly 40 years ago. Anyone still there would be 85+.
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    LordJim Male 60-69
    6667 posts
    October 7, 2013 at 10:50 am
    Backagain,
    Agreed. Finland was caught between a rock and a hard place and did what they could to survive. Which involved some serious ass-kicking.

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