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United States general Douglas MacArthur said In war there is no substitute for victory World War I ended November 11 1918 For the next twenty years there was an uneasy peace in the world The treaty of Versailles was signed June 28 1919 The treaty split Germany between the Allies Germanys army was reduced to 100000 men There were allowed to have no subs or planes and they had to pay for all reparations On January 30 1933 Hitler was appointed Chancellor of Germany In August of 1934 Hitler was made Fuhrer giving him the power of president and Chancellor As a result of Hitlers dictatorship Germany became a totalitarian police state Communists gypsies homosexuals and above all Jews were chastised The Nuremburg Laws were passed banning Jews and non-Jews from marrying After Kristallnacht Jews were put into ghettos On August 23 1939 Germany signed a non-aggression pact with the Soviet Union On September 1 1939 Germany invaded Poland and on September 3 1939 World War II began The French formed the Magineaux Line to keep out the Germans but the Germans bypassed the line to the north and invaded France On June 5 Germany descended south through France On June 14 Paris was taken On September 22 Japan joined the Axis powers The United States still was not involved with the war because of the Neutrality Acts passed by congressWith Roosevelt as President the Neutrality Acts were lifted and the Lend-Lease Act was passed Germany broke the non-aggression pact by invading the Soviet Union but the Russian winter arrived early and the invasion was a failure The United States passed the Atlantic Charter banning all trade with Japan On Dec 7 1941 Japan attacked Pearl Harbor The United States officially declared war on Japan On Dec 11 1941 Germany and Italy declared war on the United States The United States sent the majority of its troops to fight in Europe and the Navy was
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