Atlas of World War II

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Atlas of World War II
Atlas of World War II


Contents

Global maps

  Map with the Participants in World War II:
Atlas of Battle Fronts from July 1943 to May 1945 at Half-Month intervals

The world

  The world, September 1939
  The world, December 1939
  The world, May 1940
  The world, December 1940
  The world, March 1941
  The world, April 1941
  The world, July 1941
  The world, December 1941
  The world, June 1942
  The world, November 1942
  The world, December 1942
  The world, July 1943
  The world, December 1943
  The world, June 1944
  The world, August 1944
  The world, December 1944
  The world, May 1945
  The world, August 1945
  The world, September 1945

Europe

  World War II in Europe (1939-1941) - Blank map
  World War II in Europe (1939-1941) - French map
  German and Italian control on June the 18th, 1940. (Germans and Italians are presented in blue, Non-occupied France and United Kingdom in yellow)
  German and Italian control on November 14, 1940
Controllable map of World War II in Europe (end of august 1939 to end of december 1942)
  German rule of Europe, 1941-1942
  Convoy PQ-17 map, 1942-fr

Western Europe

  The Yellow plan: German invasion plan of Western Europe, May 1940
  German invasion of Luxembourg, May 1940
  German invasion of the Netherlands in May 1940
  France during World War II

Central Europe

  Extension of Germany (1935-1939) - Blank map
  Extension of Germany (1935-1939) - French map
  Germany at the beginning of World War II
  Germany in 1939
  Greater Germany in 1941
  Greater Germany in 1942
  Adolf Hitler's Headquarters in Europe, 1933-1945
  Allied Occupation Zones in Germany
  Extension of Hungary during World War II
  Extension of Hungary during World War II
  Extension of Hungary during World War II
  Extension of Hungary during World War II
  Partition of Czechoslovakia, 1938
  Partition of Czechoslovakia, 1938
  Partition of Czechoslovakia, 1938
  Partition of Czechoslovakia, 1938-1939
  Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia
  Slovakia in 1939-1945
  Slovakia in 1941
  Carpathian Ruthenia in 1939
  Sudetenland
  The Allied offensive on Southern Central Europe

Eastern Europe

  German and Russian control on June the 18th, 1940. (Germans in blue, Russians in violet)
  The eastern front at the beginning of the German attack against USSR
  Partition of Poland between Germany and Soviet Union, 1939-1941 (Border in brown)
  General government
  General government
  General government
  General government
  German annexions in Lithuania in 1939
  Reichskommissariat Ostland
  Finland against USSR in 1941
  Russian attacks against Finland, 1943-1944
  The Mannerheim line in Finland
  German withdrawal from Finland, summer 1944
  Romania in 1940
  Romania before the invasion of USSR, July 2, 1941
  Romania between 1941 and 1944
  Romania between 1941 and 1944
  Romanian rule in Transnistria (August 19, 1941 - January 21 or 19 or 29, 1944)
  Reichskommissariat Ukraine
  Battle of Stalingrad (English)
  La Bataille de Stalingrad (français)

Mediterranean Europe

  Balkans in 1938-1943
  Balkans in 1942
  Invasion of Yugoslavia in 1941
  Occupation of Yugoslavia in 1941
  Occupation of Yugoslavia in 1941
  Occupation of Yugoslavia in 1943
  Occupation of Yugoslavia in 1941
  Occupation of Yugoslavia in 1942
  Short-lived partisan republics in Yugoslavia in World War II: the Republic of Užice in 1941 and the Republic of Bihać in 1942
  Short-lived partisan Republic of Bihać in 1942
  Future Greater Yugoslavia according to project of Stevan Moljević (1941)
  Territory controlled by the Yugoslav Army in the Fatherland (JVuO) in 1942
  Areas of the Yugoslav Army in the Fatherland (JVuO) commanders, according to the truce treaties with the Germans (as of 1943)
  Movement of JVuO troops in 1945
  Axis genocide in Yugoslavia in WW2
  Axis concentration camps in Yugoslavia in WW2
  Western part of occupied Yugoslavia and Independent state of Croatia in 1941
  Western part of occupied Yugoslavia and Independent state of Croatia in 1941
  Independent State of Croatia 1941-1943
  Independent State of Croatia 1941-1943
  Independent State of Croatia 1943-1945
  Independent State of Croatia 1943-1945
[[|border|251x400px]] Bosnia and Herzegovina within Independent State of Croatia in 1941-1945
  Serbia in 1941
  Serbia in 1941-1944
  Banovinas of Serbia in 1941
  Serbia, 1941-1944
  Serbia, 1941-1944
  Serbia, 1941-1944
  Republic of Užice in 1941
  Republic of Užice in 1941
  Republic of Užice in 1941
  Future Greater Serbia according to project of Stevan Moljević (1941)
  "All Serbia", an enlarged Serbia proposed by Milan Nedić in 1943
  Vojvodina, 1941-1944
  Hungarian occupation of Bačka and Baranja, 1941-1944
  Map of places affected by the raid in January 1942 in southern Bačka
  Liberated partisan territory in Syrmia in the end of 1942
  Vojvodina, 1944-1945
  Montenegro, 1941-1944
  Montenegro, 1941-1944
  Montenegro, 1941-1944
  Kosovo in 1941
  Kosovo in 1941
  Macedonia during WWII
  Macedonia during WWII
  February operation of the People's liberation army of Macedonia in 1944
  The Italian Governorship of Dalmatia in 1941
  The Italian Province of Kotor in 1941
  The Italian provinces of Ljubljana and Rijeka in 1941
  Bulgaria during WWII
  Bulgaria during WWII
  Greek counteroffensive in Albania in 1940
  Greek occupation of Albania, November 1940 - March 1941
  Greek occupation of Albania, November 1940 - March 1941
  Greater Albania created by Italy, August 1941
  Greater Albania created by Italy, August 1941
[[|border|251x400px]] Greater Albania created by Italy, August 1941
  Italian offensive in Greece in 1940
  Occupation of Greece during World War II
  Occupation of Greece during World War II
  Occupation of Greece during World War II
  The Italian colonial Empire in 1940
  Allied invasion of Italy in 1943
  German defense lines in 1943

Africa

  Eritrea Campain, 1941
  Campagne d'Érythrée, 1941

Asia

  Japanese control after the Second Sino-Japanese War, 1940
  Japanese plan in 1941
  Koh Chang battle (17 january 1941)
  The japanese empire in 1942
  Plan Ichigo in April 1944
  Situation in October 1944

Pacific operations

  Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941
  Battle of the Coral Sea (may 1942)
  Battle of Midway, June 1942
  Battle of the Philippine sea, 19-20 June 1944
  Bataille de la Mer des Philippines, 19-20 Juin 1944
  Battle of Saipan, Summer 1944
  Battle of Guam, 21 July - 10 August 1944
  Operation Ten-Gō, April 1944 - French map

War crime maps

  Map of the Holocaust in Europe during World War II
  Map of the Holocaust in Europe during World War II
  Holocaust in Europe
  Holocaust in Europe
  Mass deportations, ghettos, death camps
  Mass deportations, ghettos, extermination camps
  Concentration camps
  Concentration camps
  Main German Nazi concentration and extermination camps
  Concentration camps in Yugoslavia
  Persecution of Roma
  Genocide in Yugoslavia
  1942 raid in southern Bačka

Notes and references

General remarks:

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