Interactive world domination timeline

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A "theatre" of conflict is the geographic place where military events occur. The roots of World War II in Europe are found far deeper than the development of the Wehrmacht in , and linger far beyond its unconditional surrender ten years later. This timeline, however, is limited to pivotal events in that crucial decade in modern European history. Click through to learn more. Visit our interactive timeline of the Pacific Theatre to better appreciate how the conflict truly was a world war. Caryl-Sue, National Geographic Society.

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