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1939 September 1st Germany invaded Poland. First use of Blitzkrieg. Britain and France gave Germany an ultimatum to get out. Blackout and evacuation plans were put in place in Britain. September 2nd Chamberlain sent Hitler an ultimatum: withdraw German troops from Poland or war will be declared. The Luftwaffe gained air superiority over the Polish air force.
The 'Red Orchestra' was an umbrella term adopted by the Nazi secret police when describing those who were plotting against the Third Reich. The term 'Red Orchestra' was used because each person in the plot was given a musical term - so that some were known as pianists, leaders were known as conductors.
Women in Nazi Germany were to have a very specific role. Hitler was very clear about this. This role was that they should be good mothers bringing up children at home while their husbands worked. Outside of certain specialist fields, Hitler saw no reason why a woman should work. Education taught girls from the earliest of years that this was the lifestyle they should have.
IRAQ Bush: He argued during the election campaign that the war in Iraq made the world a safer place and may act as a lead to other nations in the Middle East to strive for a democratic government. He also argued that Iraq had the potential to make WMD and could have informed terrorist organisations on how to do likewise.
Roman Catholic Church in 1500 Martin Luther Martin Luther and the German Reformation The 95 Theses The 95 Theses - a modern translation The Social Consequences of Martin Luther Spread of Lutheran Ideas The impact on the Lutheran faith on cities 1530 Europe Was Martin Luther a revolutionary? Ulrich Zwingli The beliefs of Ulrich Zwingli The 67 Articles The Marburg Colloquy How influential was Ulrich Zwingli?