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Dates of wwii start and end dates

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WW2 Timeline - Asia -

Here are other significant dates of the war:

The most commonly accepted date is either September 1st or 3rd, 1939. The date is debated, as the following events are cited as possible starting points: 1 September 1939: The German invasion of Poland. 3 September 1939: France and Britain declared war on Germany.
  • Some historians have claimed that this was the first battle of the second world war in Asia, and from these roots the war spread globally.
  • (Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa followed by 10 September).

11 December 1941: Germany and Fascist Italy declare war on America. 8 September 1943 Fascist Italy surrenders. 13 October 1943: Italy declares war on Germany. 19 April 1945: German forces in Italy surrender.

So, from different points of view Information WW2 Timeline: For a WW2 timeline

1) The Second World War starts are on July 7th 1937 and the WWII finished on September 2nd 1945 (assuming the start and end is in Asia)

Furthermore, the surrender of Japan on September 2nd 1945 on the American ship Missouri in the Bay of Tokyo can be viewed as the last act of the Second World War. The Second World War therefore lasted for more than 5 � years. The range for the WW2 timeline.

* Some see the war starting when Japan, in 1931, took over Manchuria and resigned from the League of Nations, but this did not develop into full-scale war until 1937. In 1938, Japan attacked the USSR and was soundly beaten back by the then-unknown Georgi Zhukov, who later masterminded the defeat of Hitler.

* 8 December 8 1941: America

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