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An illustrated history of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki nuclear bombings - Washington Post. Versailles 1919/1920 : la paix manquée (2ème partie) - Jean-Pierre Rissoan. I.

Versailles 1919/1920 : la paix manquée (2ème partie) - Jean-Pierre Rissoan

LES TRAITES ET L'ILLUSION DE LA PAIX (1ère partie)Versailles 1919/1920 : la paix manquée (1ère partie) a. Une nouvelle géographie de l'Europe : La carte de 1914 / la carte de 1924 b. II. A. 1. 2. B. 1. 2. 3. Les garanties données à la France ne sont pas respectées et dans de nombreux pays, des hommes politiques n’ont pour programme que la révision des traités de 1919-1920. 1.

On sait qu’un traité est soumis à deux gestes politiques pour être valable : la signature par ceux qui avaient légitimité pour le négocier et la ratification par le souverain qui est soit une chambre élue soit le peuple lui-même. Or Wilson, et Lloyd l’avait accompagné en ce sens, avait dit à Clemenceau qu’il apportait ses « garanties » à la France contre « toute agression allemande non provoquée ».

Bien entendu, ce refus du Sénat américain implique un refus d’entrer dans la SDN, idée wilsonienne pourtant. 2. L’idée est simple : l’Allemagne a commis en France et en Belgique des dégâts incommensurables. 1. 2. 87,545,000 Germans in Europe - Cornell University Library Digital Collections: Persuasive Maps: PJ Mode Collection. Holocaust and Related Maps — United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. 1914-1919 : L'étonnant itinéraire d'un Suisse au service de la France.

Crazy illustrated 1914 #Europe. WWII map doodles reveal what rank and file thought of Adolf Hitler's plans. Nazi forces had stormed across Europe, sweeping all before them.

WWII map doodles reveal what rank and file thought of Adolf Hitler's plans

The only major European power standing in their way was Britain, separated from the all-conquering German army by just the width of the English Channel. On August 12th 1940 the Battle of Britain began when the Luftwaffe began an aerial assault on RAF forces and airfields. This map from the Imperial War Museum (detail above, full map below) shows German plans for Operation Sealion - the invasion of Britain. Verdun 1916 @Ed_Tallandier. Découvrez toutes nos cartes d'une bataille de légende vue des deux côtés. Bomber Command maps reveal extent of German destruction. Image copyright AP The scale of devastation wreaked on Germany by RAF Bomber Command in World War Two has been revealed in detail in rare maps, published for the first time.

Bomber Command maps reveal extent of German destruction

The bomb damage diagrams are aerial photographs of Berlin, Cologne and Dresden, overlaid with coloured areas indicating how much damage was caused by the strategic bombing campaign. They were included in the campaign's so-called Blue Books - used as propaganda to justify the bombing raids. The maps, held in the Imperial War Museum's archives, have been collated by military cartography historian Peter Chasseaud. First World War maps - McMaster's map archive. Magazine / oct15 October 2015 issue Connecting to the past through McMaster's treasure trove of historical maps from the war By Brian Banks Click for interactive map.

First World War maps - McMaster's map archive

Serial mapper sur Twitter : "War resources (1940) Les enfants juifs de FRANCE déportés de juillet 1942 à août 1944. Retour sur les origines du génocide des Arméniens. For King and Country John Henry Cartwright's Gallipoli campaign 1914-1915. In 1914, like many Australians of his generation, John Henry Cartwright answered the call and enlisted in the Australian Imperial Forces (AIF) to serve 'King and Country' and to fight in the 'Gallipoli' campaign of World War I.

For King and Country John Henry Cartwright's Gallipoli campaign 1914-1915

His route to the Gallipoli campaign took him from Korumburra, a small country town in Victoria, Australia, to the Broadmeadows training camp and then on to Egypt, Greece and then to the Dardenelles. This is the story of his journey, illustrated through a collection of digital artifacts brought together by his descendent William Cartwright AM. This Map Shows the Full Extent of the Devastation Wrought by U-Boats in World War I. It was a foggy morning as Captain William Turner navigated the RMS Lusitania through the final and most precarious leg of its voyage from New York City to Liverpool, England.

This Map Shows the Full Extent of the Devastation Wrought by U-Boats in World War I

On May 7, 1915, the British ocean liner had just entered the German-declared “unrestricted submarine warfare” zone, which deemed any ship, even civilian and merchant ones, fair game for attack while within its borders. Turner, however, seemed more worried about the foreboding weather conditions overhead than any covert underwater offensive. The seasoned 58-year-old captain believed in the abilities of the Lusitania to outrun any submarine, technology that was still considered relatively primitive at the time.

As historian Erik Larson writes in Dead Wake, Turner’s New York managers at Cunard, the company that owned the boat, even issued an official statement reassuring the public. LegendesCartographie sur Twitter : "La guerre en Asie et dans le Pacifique prenait fin il y a 70 ans. Retrouvez nos cartes dans le n°413 de L'Histoire. Asie-Pacifique, la guerre de quinze ans. First World War in maps. The story of D-Day, in five maps. On June 6, 1944, the Allied forces launched Operation Overlord, better known as D-Day, in which it sent tens of thousands of troops across the English Channel to invade Normandy and begin the assault to liberate Nazi-occupied Western Europe.

The story of D-Day, in five maps

It was an historic day and a major turning point in World War Two, one being remembered worldwide on Friday's 70th anniversary. Here, to show the extent and scope of the mission, are five maps of D-Day: 1. The Allied air campaign United States Military Academy We associate Operation Overlord with the landing at Normandy, but the air campaign and bomber offensive were a huge and essential component of its success. 2. The Holocaust in Contemporary Maps.