War Strikes in Europe

Dictators in Europe and The Pacific

Mussolini, Hitler, Stalin, and Hirohito. What do these 4 guys have in common? There hunger for power. Striking fear in the hearts on their country men, these men will be remembered forever.

Adolf Hitler, A Austrian born dictator, is now seeking control of the entire world. With his allies supporting him (Italy and France) he is defeating any force trying to stop him. France and Great Britain are hopeless without the support of it's allies (America and Canada). With France and Britain trying to make peace with Germany, America is on the sideline waiting for the right time to attack.

Benito Mussolini, an Italian born and raised, leader of the National Fascist Party , is seeking to wipeout all of those who get in his way. This man has taken control of Italy in only 5 years with the support of his secret police and outlawing labor strikes. This man gets what he wants when he wants it. When Germany declared war on the Allies, he sided with Germany, knowing he doesn't have the military power to over throw both England and France. Benito Mussolini is now one of America's enemies. Which side will you chose?

A new Planet?

On February 18, 1930, Clyde W. Tombaugh, an assistant at the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona, discovered Pluto. For over seven decades, Pluto was considered the ninth planet of our solar system.

It was American astronomer Percival Lowell who first thought there might be another planet somewhere near Neptune and Uranus. Lowell had noticed that the gravitational pull of something large was affecting the orbits of those two planets.

However, despite looking for what he called "Planet X" from 1905 until his death in 1916, Lowell never found it.

Thirteen years later, the Lowell Observatory (founded in 1984 by Percival Lowell) decided to recommence Lowell's search for Planet X. They had a more powerful, 13-inch telescope built for this sole purpose. The Observatory then hired 23-year-old Clyde W. Tombaugh to use Lowell's predictions and the new telescope to search the skies for a new planet.