The 1945 general election saw the Labour Party win its first full working majority that allowed it to govern the nation as it saw fit. Clement Atlee became Prime Minister and his time in power saw the National Health Service introduced along with a major development in the Welfare State. England C 7,575,577 (37.
Nazi Germany Timeline The Fuehrer Principle The Nazi Party Germany Awake January 30th 1933 Hitler and his first Cabinet The Reichstag Fire of 1933 The Oberfohren Memorandum The March 1933 Election The Enabling Act March 1933 Text of the Enabling Act 1933 Nazi Germany - Dictatorship The Nazi Police State Concentration camps in Nazi Germany The SD The Gestapo The Sturmabteilung or SA The Night of the Long Knives Ernst Rohm Nazi Leaders Franz Gurtner Gustav Krupp Propaganda in Nazi Germany Joseph Goebbels and Propaganda Newspapers in Nazi Germany Volkischer Beobachter Radio in Nazi Germany Films in Nazi Germany Leni Riefenstahl The Rosenberg Task Force Music in Nazi Germany Art in Nazi Germany Literature in Nazi Germany Censorship in Nazi Germany Strength Through Joy Prora Holiday Resort Trade Unions and Nazi Germany Nazi Education Adolf Hitler and Education Adolf Hitler Schools National Political Training Institutes Order Castles Universities in Nazi Germany Hitler Youth Movement Young Girls League League of German Girls Opposition in Nazi Germany Resistance in Nazi Germany The Red Orchestra Kreisau Circle Youth Opposition in Nazi Germany The White Rose Movement Hans Scholl Sophie Scholl The Edelweiss Pirates Jews in Nazi Germany Kristallnacht Consequences of Kristallnacht Hitler and the Jews Joseph Goebbels and the Jews Roma and Nazi Germany Homosexuals and Nazi Germany Kindertransport The Role of Women in Nazi Germany Women at Work in Nazi Germany Eva Braun Family Life in Nazi Germany Fountain of Life Blood Purity and Nazi Germany Blood and Soil Hans Gunther Lebensborn Religion and Nazi Germany The Church in Nazi Germany Positive Christianity The Catholic Church and Nazi Germany Dietrich Bonhoffer Martin Niemoller The Nazis and the German Economy Economic Growth in Nazi Germany The 1936 Secret Memorandum The Four Year Plan Results of the Four Year Plan Gottfried Feder Interest Slavery Nazi Germany Military Expenditure The Blomberg-Fritsch Crisis of 1938 Nazi Germany and the Economic Miracle The 1936 Berlin Olympics Gotterdammerung Waffen-SS
The atomic bomb was first used in warfare at Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945 and the bomb played a key role in ending World War Two. The atomic bomb (A bomb), created via the Manhattan Project, was first exploded at the top secret base of Alamogordo on July 16th, 1945. A reconstruction of 'Little Boy' at the Imperial War Museum The bomb that dropped on Hiroshima was code-named 'Little Boy'.
The Peace of Prague was signed in May 1635. It stated that: The Edict of Restitution would be repealed for 40 years after which the emperor would decide on the issues that it covered. This was a way of repealing it for good but with the emperor not losing face. Lutherans would retain those possessions they held on November 12th 1627.
April 2 nd : Argentinean forces invade the Falkland Islands. April 3 rd : Argentinean forces occupy South Georgia. April 4 th : 'HMS Conqueror' sailed from Faslane. April 5 th : 'HMS Invincible' and 'HMS Hermes' sailed from Portsmouth. April 9 th : 'Canberra' sailed from Southampton with 3 Para, 40, 42 and 45 Royal Marine Commandos on board.