- February 4, 1945 (Sunday) The Yalta Conference began in the Crimean city of Yalta. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin met to discuss the reorganization of postwar Europe. The Battle of Pokoku and Irrawaddy River operations began in Burma. American submarine USS Barbel was sunk by Japanese aircraft off Palawan.
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1 day ago · Admiral Friedeburg was the only representative of the German forces to be present at the signing of the German instruments of surrender at Luneburg Heath on 4 May 1945, in Reims on 7 May and in Berlin on 8 May 1945. Generaladmiral von Friedeburg committed suicide shortly afterwards, on 23 May 1945, upon the dissolution of the Flensburg Government.
1 day ago · The Holocaust Part of World War II From the Auschwitz Album: Hungarian Jews arriving at Auschwitz II in German-occupied Poland, May 1944. Most were "selected" to go to the gas chambers. Camp prisoners are visible in their striped uniforms. Location German Reich and German-occupied Europe Description Genocide of the European Jews Date 1941–1945 Attack type Genocide, ethnic cleansing Deaths ...
3 hours ago · After a brief visit to Ulithi, Enterprise joined TG 58.5 on 10 February 1945, and provided day and night combat air patrol for TF 58 as it struck Tokyo on 16–17 February. She then supported the Marines in the Battle of Iwo Jima from 19 February – 9 March, when she sailed for Ulithi.
- 16 July 1934
- USS Enterprise
- Newport News Shipbuilding
1 day ago · Roland Freisler (30 October 1893 – 3 February 1945) was a German Nazi jurist, judge, and politician who served as the State Secretary of the Reich Ministry of Justice from 1934 to 1942 and President of the People's Court from 1942 to 1945.
- Völkisch-Sozialer Block
- Nazi Party
1 day ago · The attacks happened on weekends between February 22, 1946, and May 3, 1946. The first two victims, Jimmy Hollis and Mary Larey, survived. The first double-murder, which involved Richard Griffin and Polly Ann Moore, happened four weeks later. The second double-homicide, involving Paul Martin and Betty Jo Booker, occurred exactly three weeks ...
- Never identified
- 5 killed, 3 wounded
- February 22, 1946–May 3, 1946
- United States
May 08, 2021 · february is black history month and to commemorate this special month. we will honor today black americans who served in the united states military during world war ii and helped to defeat nazi, germany. their service is even more remarkable when viewed against the backdrop of racism and persecution that they faced at home even while fighting for their country abroad. this history has often ...
May 09, 2021 · The Green Party in the U.S. is a pro-peace party—but that’s no longer the case in Germany. Following is an interview between Ann Garrison of Black Agenda Report and Diana Johnstone an American ...
May 09, 2021 · On 16th July 1945, 69 years ago, the United States Army set off the Trinity detonation in New Mexico, the beginning of the infamous Manhattan Project. 69 years later, nuclear experimentation has proven to be a failed experiment at every step, and the inextricable nuclear fuel and nuclear war cycles to be a deadly chain of meltdowns, bombings ...