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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
War in the Pacific
To bomb or not to bomb? Investigating Americas decision to drop the bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
IB Paper 3 Questions 1 "The Atomic bombs were necessary to end the Second World War" To what extent do you agree with this statement.
- The Development and Construction of the A- Bomb - How and Where the Bomb was used - Japanese Surrender - What other Options did the Americans have -
Yes, it was justified: Argument #1:
EQ: How did countries cooperate to end WWII?. D-Day Invasion – Operation Overlord Largest amphibious attack in history Allies invade France and free.
World War II. Economic and political conditions in Europe and throughout the world after WWI led to WWII 1.The Treaty of Versailles- which ended WWI was.
Mobilization: draft, raised defense spending by $8 billion Selective Training and Service Act: 1940, first peacetime draft, ages Rationing:
By Zach And Parker Hitler becomes Fuhrer 1936 Hitler enters Rhineland Spanish Civil war.
The End of WWII in Europe and the Aftermath 10.8 Discuss the human costs of the war, with particular attention to the civilian and military losses in Russia,
The bombing of cities in Britain, Germany, and Japan destroyed buildings and killed thousands of civilians.
Hiroshima: BBC History of WWII By Elizabeth Berryman.
World War II.
Turning Points: The Pacific Island Hopping -US begins a military policy call Island Hopping to gain control of various key islands and get within striking.
WWII and Japan.
WWII: This is the End. D-Day – June 6, 1944 Canadians landed at Juno Beach. They were the only allied force to meet objectives – 335 dead, 735 wounded.
Chapter 26- WWII Dictators What is a dictator? Who was Italy's dictator? Who was Germany's dictator? Hitler Mussolini.
The War in the Pacific Pearl Harbour and the American Entrance into WWII.
Nov. 3, 1941: Japanese plan to attack Pearl Harbor to try and destroy the US Dec. 7, 1941: Japan bombs Pearl Harbor killing 2,355 servicemen Dec. 8-11,
World War II Ends Lesson 24-5 The Main Idea While the Allies completed the defeat of the Axis Powers on the battlefield, Allied leaders were making plans.
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