Significant events in Ray Bradburys life (Stuart Walker and Ben Sick)

Timeline created by CHAMPSKIBIRD
In History
  • Ray Bradbury is Born

    Ray Bradbury is Born
    Ray Bradbury was born on August 22 2012 in Waukegan Illinois
  • First Nazi Book Burning

    First Nazi Book Burning
    During World War II Nazi Germany would burn all "un-German" books in a mass fire to cleanse them. Ray Bradbury implements this into his book Fahrenheight 451
  • Ray Bradbury moves to LA

    Ray Bradbury moves to LA
    in 1934 Ray Bradbury moved to Los Angeles, California in 1934 and often snuck into movie theatres which inspired him to pursue a career in the arts.
  • Adolf Hitler Rises into Power as Führer und Reichskanzler

    Adolf Hitler Rises into Power as  Führer und Reichskanzler
    On August the second President von Hindenburg died making Hitler Führer und Reichskanzler
  • Ray Bradbury's short story. "homecoming" wins a place in the O. Henry prize stories of 1947

    Ray Bradbury's short story. "homecoming" wins  a place in the O. Henry prize stories of 1947
  • The Martian Chronicles

    The Martian Chronicles
    The Martian Chronicles is a science fiction short story about the colonisation of mars
  • Ray Bradbury Publishes Fahrenheit 451

    Ray Bradbury Publishes Fahrenheit 451
    Ray Bradbury publishes farenheit 451
  • Ray Bradbury piblishes "Something Wiked this Way Comes"

    Ray Bradbury piblishes "Something Wiked this Way Comes"
    Something wiked this way comes is a horor novel
  • Ray Bradbury dies

    Ray Bradbury dies
    Ray bradbury was 91 years old when he died on june 5th 2012
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    The Great Depression

    The Great depression was the worst economic crisis in human history. As a result of the economic crisis Bradburys father moved to Los Angeles, California to try and find a job.
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    World War II

    World War II was a bloody conflict claiming the lives of more than 60 million people.
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    Second Red Scare (Mccarthyism)

    The second Red Scare occurred after World War II (1939–45), and was popularly known as "McCarthyism" after its most famous supporter and namesake, Senator Joseph McCarthy. McCarthyism coincided with increased popular fear of communist espionage consequent to a Soviet Eastern Europe, the Berlin Blockade (1948–49), the Chinese Civil War, the confessions of spying for the Soviet Union given by several high-ranking U.S. government officials, and the Korean War.
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    The Cold War

    The cold war was a conflict between soviet russia and the united states where no bullets were fired