anden verdenskrig / the second world war

International krig, 1939-1945 mellem de allierede og aksemagterne.
Deltagerlande i anden verdenskrig.
Danmark besættes af Tyskland 1940-1945.
Atombomben opfindes under anden verdenskrig i USA i Manhattanprojektet.
Anden verdenskrig fortsætter i efterkrigstiden og den kolde krig.
Se også: Abwehr ; ABCD-staterne ; AEF ; afhopper ; the American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in War Areas (the Roberts Commission) ;American Danish Greenland Commission ; AMGOT ; Alfred Andersch ; Antikomminternpagten ; US Army Specialized Training Program (ASTP) ; Pat Arrowsmith ; Atlanterhavsdeklarationen ; atomalderen ; atombombe ; atomkrig ; atomvåben ; attentiste ;
Bergier-kommissionen ; Corbett Bishop ; the UK Black List Committee ; general Jacques Pâris de Bollardière ; Dietrich Bonhoeffer ; Wolfgang Borchert ; Bretton Woods planen ; British Warfare Psychological Bureau ; Alex Bryan ;
US Camp Sibert ; cash and carry ; censur ; US Civilian Public Service Camps for Conscientious Objectors ; collaboratinist ; the Commission to Study the Organizaiton of Peace ; the UK Committee for the Scientific Survey of Air Defence and Air Warfare ; conchies ; CORE ; Culebra ;
defaitisme ; desertering ; US Day of Remembrance ; Dublin Censor Office ; Dumbarton Oaks konferencen ;
Julius Eichel ; eksilregering ;
fascisme ; femte kolonne ; Folkeforbundet ; fraternisering ; Fredsvennernes Hjælpearbejde ; fortsættelseskrigen ; Freies Deutschland ; første verdenskrig ;
Gefolge ; Geheime Feltpolizei, die Gestapo der Wehrmacht ; Nikolaus Groß ; Ulrich von Hassell ; Albert Herbst ; Hiroshima ; A. Hitler ; Hvide Rose ;Kurt Huber ;
ICC ; I. G. Farbenindustrie ; ikke krigsførende ;
Jalta-konferencen ; Franz Jägerstätter ;
Keep America Out of War Congress ; Komitern ; koncentrationslejr ; krigsbørn ; krigsforbrydelser ; krigsforsikring ; krigsforrædder ; krigsfædre ; krigssejler ;Krupp ; Olaf Kullmann ;
Manhattan projektet ; US Military Political Committee ; A. J. Muste ;
Nagasaki ; napalm ; National Service Board for Religious Conscientious Objectors ; Nationalkomitee Fries Deutschland ; the Nazi War Crimes and Japanese Imperial Government Records Interagency Working Group ; Newfoundland Base Command ; Norgeshjælpen ;
US Office of the Coordinator of Information ; US Office of Coordinator of Interamerican Affaires (CIAA) ; Organisation Todt ; OSS ;
Pacifist Relief Service ; Pearl Harbour ; Peoples Peace Now Committee ;
quisling ;
rationering ; Robert Regout ; the US Reconstruction Finance Corporation 1940-1945;
US Selective Training and Service Act of 1940 ; Kurt Singer ; Skallingen ; slaveri ; Society for the Prevention of World War III, Inc. ; SOE ; SS ; stop-svind dekreter ; søminer ; US Strategic Bombing Survey ; Hermann Stöhr ;
Thule ; Tolstoy Peace Society ; Trinity ; Trümmerfrauen ; UK Tube Alloys ; Tyrkiet ;
venligsindede fjender ; Verzetsmuseum, Amsterdam / The Dutch Resistance Museum ; Vinterkrigen ; Friedrich Voigt ; værnemagten ; V-våben ;
Donald Edward Ward ; Wansee-konferencen ; Washingtondeklarationen ;
Zegota ; Zyklon B.

Litteratur

Ejsing, Jens: Miner, torpedoer og giftgas i de danske farvande. I: Berlingske Tidende, 06/13/2006.
Schmidt, Dana: Rusland leverer konfiskeret krigskunst tilbage. I: Politiken, 06/19/2005.
Singer, Kurt: Hitlers Weltkrieg 1939-1945.
Smyth, Henry De Wolf: Atomic energy for military purposes; the official report on the development of the atomic bomb under the auspices of the United States Government, 1940-1945. - Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1945. - 298 s.
- http://www.archive.org/details/atomicenergyform00smytrich
Terp, Holger: Lili Marleens historie. Det danske Fredsakademi, 2014. - 17 s.
Wivel, Peter: Sådan gik General Motors og Opel i krig for Hitler. I: Politiken, 12/04/2005.
Alfred-Maurice de Zayas: A Terrible Revenge: The Ethnic Cleansing of the East European Germans, 1944-1950, 1992.
- http://www.archive.org/details/A-Terrible-Revenge
The author describes the history of German settlements in Central and Eastern Europe since the 12th century, the impact of the Treaties of Versailles and St. Germain on German minorities left in Poland and Czechoslovakia, the failure of the League of Nations system of minority protection, the outbreak of World War II and crimes committed by the Nazis, followed by the fate of the refugees from the former Eastern parts of Germany (Silesia, East Prussia, Pomerania, East Brandenburg), as well as the fate of German minorities in Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union.


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