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WW II People
Hitler Appointed Chancellor of Germany author of Mein Kampf Seen as the “Savior” to the German problems after WW I A Fascist
Mussolini Totalitarian leader of Italy A member of the AXIS powers: Italy, Germany, Japan A Fascist He made “the trains run on time” – brought law and order after WW I
Tojo Hirohito Military leader of Japan Emperor of Japan Fascist
Roosevelt U.S. President
Truman U.S. President at the end of the war He made the decision to drop the atom bomb.
Churchill Prime Minister of Great Britain I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat.
De Gaulle Leader of the Free French
Stalin Leader of the USSR A Communist
Montgomery British General
Eisenhower Europe US General in Europe
MacArthur US General in Pacific Pacific phase
Rommel AKA “The Desert Fox” German general in Africa and Europe
Important People of World War II. Allies Axis United States Soviet Union (USSR) Great Britain Italy – Fascists Germany – Nazis Japan – Military The Teams.
1 WORLD WAR TWO (WWII) Who were the 2 sides in WWII? Countries Leaders.
World War II Participants. I. Axis Powers A. Germany B. Italy C. Japan.
WORLD WAR II Totalitarian Leaders Italy Germany Soviet Union Japan.
People of World War II. Adolph Hitler Leader of the Nazi party, elected Chancellor of Germany in 1933 and proclaimed himself Fuhrer leader.
Historical Figures World War II and Beyond. Josef Stalin Russian leader who took over after death of Lenin. Ruled Russia as a totalitarian dictator through.
Say Cause or Effect for World War II Nationalistic dictators gain control in Europe and Japan Cause.
World War II Leaders ©2012, TESCCC World History Unit 8A, Lesson 3.
World War II Leaders Review Game. The SNAKE GAME: Have students take out a piece of paper and write on the top, “DO NOT MOVE THIS PAPER” Put aside.
World War II Jeopardy Pre-WarWWII Vocab WWII Places.
WWII in a nut shell. Economic and political Causes: WW II Aggression by Germany, Italy, Japan Nationalism Failures of Treaty of Versailles Weakness of.
Hi! I’m Franklin D. Roosevelt. I served as the United States President during World War II, until my death in April December 7, 1941 – On Pearl Harbor.
The Good War WWII Leaders He was the Fascist Dictator of Italy.
Adolf Hitler-Germany Emperor Hirohito - Japan Benito Mussolini-Italy Josef Stalin-USSR Winston Churchill - Britain Franklin D Roosevelt - USA Harry Truman.
World War II Causes R - Remilitarization A - Appeasement I – Invasion of Poland L – League of Nations.
IMPORTANT LEADERS OF WORLD WAR II. ADOLF HITLER Dictator of Germany Dictator of Germany Member of the Axis Power Member of the Axis Power Leader of the.
WORLD WAR II Who? When? Where?. AXIS NATIONS GermanyJapanItaly Hitler Mussolini World War II Enemy Nations Hirohito.
World War II TOTALITARIANISM: 20TH CENTURY-STYLE CommunismFascism Atheist MarxismAtheist Nietzscheism, Social Darwinism Proletarian InternationalismNationalism/Imperialism.
World War II Studies KEY TERMS AND PEOPLE. Appeasement British and French Policy Allowing Hitler to Annex Territories in Europe.
Reviewing World War II. Which German occupation came first: the Rhineland or Austria? The Rhineland in 1936 – Austria was occupied in 1938.
Hot and Cold: World War II and Its Aftermath
Adolf Hitler Joseph Stalin Franklin D. Roosevelt.
World War II: Part One Describe Germany’s aggression in Europe and Japanese aggression in Asia. Identify Roosevelt, Stalin, Churchill, Hirohito, Truman,
Who are the Allied Leaders? The men who saved the world.
WWII ( ) Axis Powers VS. Allies Who? When? Why? SS5H6: The student will explain the reasons for America’s involvement in World War II. a. Describe.
World War One Ends The Great Depression Begins ( Nazi) National Socialist German Worker’s Party begins. Hitler is appointed Chancellor of Germany.
Unit 5: WORLD WAR 2 Today’s opening lesson will check what you already know about World War 2. We will also take notes about “World-Wide Conditions after.
People of World War II Do you Know 1. Franklin D. Roosevelt FDR met with Churchill and Stalin on several occasions.
FLASH CARD REVIEW WWI, RISE OF DICTATORS, WWII. MAIN CAUSES OF WWI.
World War Two: Why did it happen?. What do you know about the second world war? Why was it called a ‘world’ war?
World War II An Introduction. Causes of WWII W : World War I and the Treaty of Versailles A : Appeasement R : Rise of Totalitarianism.
The World Wars. The Basics: Dates Geography Political Alliances Leaders.
Pre WWII Europe The Pacific WWII Leaders (1 st and.
“Prelude to Global War”. Significant Facts 1. Total War: war fought not only by armed forces at the battlefront but by civilians in factories and homes.
Evidence Outcome Historical Context Political Interactions.
LeadersTypes of government Alliances/ strategy War in Europe War in the Pacific Other information
The end of a 20 year truce!. Aggression by the totalitarian powers Nationalism Failures of the Treaty of Versailles Weakness of the League of.
Dictator – A person who rules a country with total authority and often in a cruel or brutal way Dictator – A person who rules a country with total authority.
World War Two: Why did it happen?. The Second World War was a war over land and was called the World War because many countries of the World became involved.
WorldWarTWO When did America enter into WWII?
WWII in Europe Aug. 23: Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact Sept. 1: Germany Invades Poland Sept. 3: England and France declare war Sept. 17:
World War II Chapter 18 Review Sheet Answers. What Treaty ended World War I? Treaty of Versailles What was the Economy in after WWI and before WWII? A.
. a. Benito Mussolini b. Charles de Gaulle c. Douglas MacArthur d. Dwight D. Eisenhower e. Franklin Roosevelt f. Harry Truman g. Hirohito h. Joseph Stalin.
America watches the World go to War (again) Looking at what lead the United States into World War II.
Allied Leaders WWII. Directions: 0 Allied Leaders of WWII - Foldable 0 Step 6: Title – Allied leaders of WWII (small one inch fold) 0 Step 7: On the other.
The End of World War II Conferences and Cold War.
Do Now: Copy the chart into your notebook. Allied Powers Vs. Axis Powers U.S.A. = Franklin D. Roosevelt & Harry S. Truman Germany = Adolf Hitler England.
The Rise of Dictators and Military States Journal Entry—What do you think might lead people to end up supporting a dictator? Write at least four lines.
World War II Terms, People, and Places. Terms Blitzkreig – Lightning War – Strike fast and hard – Technique used by the Germans to conquer much of Europe.
THIS IS With Host... Your PEOPLE 1 PEOPLE 2 EVENTSDOCUMEN TS MISC. 1 MISC. 2.
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