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V.J Day By Alex & kyle
Where, When and Who When- August 14 th 1945 Major Players- Japan and U.S Where- Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan
Before The Event August 6 th Atomic Bombing on Japanese cities August 9 th Soviet Union declared war August 10 th Japan accepts terms of Potsdam Declarations
Before the Bombing Japan as a threat Pearl Harbour incident Areas of attack Wanted to settle for peace Secondary Visual Source
Atomic Bomb NOT Germany but Japan Soviet Union Believed it would end war Hiroshima and Nagasaki Japan surrendered and accepted terms
Japan’s Reaction Japanese soldiers were devastated from surrender Committed suicide Over 100 American imprisoned were killed Broke down the Japanese economy
August 14 th 1945 Japan surrendered to allies Official ending of WWII Agreed to the terms Suffered severe damage to their city Primary Written Source
Effect on America Public Celebrations Times Square Kiss State Holiday in Rhode Island on the second Monday of August each year Honor sacrifices Veterans made in WWII
Was the dropping of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki justifiable?
War in the Pacific Pearl Harbor: December 7, 1941 Japan attacked US Naval Base Pearl Harbor because: US was boycotting Japanese goods because.
To bomb or not to bomb? Investigating Americas decision to drop the bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
WW II. War Begins Dictators seized control of their nations by force after WW I and during the Depression. Dictators seized control of their nations.
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The End of World War II and its Impact on World Affairs.
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Why do wars occur? Nations compete over natural resources. Individuals demand greater political and economic freedom.
In 1945, President Truman was faced with an important decision: Drop atomic bomb(s) on Japan or prepare for an all-out land invasion. The two atomic bombs.
Monday May 5 th, 2014 Goal: Explain in detail the events that led to victory in Japan In-class: 16.4 Victory in Japan Notes, Begin Homework Reflection.
The Second World War Ends: The Manhattan Project and The Defeat of Japan.
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WESTERN FRONT AFTER THE D-DAY INVASION, ALLIED FORCES BATTLE THEIR WAY TO GERMANY FROM THE WEST. EASTERN FRONT SOVIET FORCES BATTLE THEIR WAY TO GERMANY.
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