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History of the “G-Man” By Samuel Barney
Pearl Harbor Kaimuki, a small town on Oahu Charles was 9 years old Remembers seeing the Japanese planes and explosions
School Tear Gas drills Bombing drills Gas mask for each student
Rationing Meat was a rarity that people lined up for People assigned gas ration stickers
Under the Radar No lights on after 10 PM Cars given special headlights No streetlights
Japanese in Hawaii Remembers being teased by Japanese children Had Japanese Neighbors Japanese not Interned Japanese not thoroughly alienated
Brother in Duty Brother was loading “Strifer” rounds into machine guns during the bombing
The US Enters WWII December 7, 1941 “A date which will live in infamy”
PEARL HARBOR. Who? When? Why? Where ? And How? Who: Japan attacked the United States. When: Japan attacked us on Dec. 7, Why: Japan was intimidated.
World War II December 7, June 6,1944 By Ian and Jamie.
The Attack on Pearl Harbor By: John Parker Pearl Harbor Naval Base Oahu, Hawaii 3 Pacific fleet carriers were located here at the time.
what, when, where The blitz The rationing The evacuees.
Activity created by: Twyla Loftin. CLOTHING IN THE 1940’S Activity created by: Twyla Loftin.
I survived The bombing of pearl harbor By: Max Jake.
Maze like – set up Was an old way of fighting Dirty and wet Formed a type of protection Were outside of towns No man’s land Area in between the Trenches.
By: Jeremy Miulli, Louis Vasquez, Johnny Chicollo. Corona. U.S. History P
The Bombing of Pearl Harbor. Basic Info Who: Japanese What: Bomb U.S. naval base When: Dec. 7, 1941 Where: Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Kamikaze By: Noah Kasperovich kamikaze I was assigned to the kamikaze planes that bombed pearl harbor.
Machines. Some words to remember MachineHigh Tech InventLow tech InventionTechnology Inventor Energy Engine Engineer.
Ch. 17 The United States in WWII U.S History. Americans Join the War Effort The Japanese thought that once they attacked Pearl Harbor, America would shrink.
By Harry Mazer Project by Kyle Fielman
Trench Warfare Much of the war's combat involved trench warfare, where hundreds often died for each meter of land gained. Many of the deadliest battles.
Pearl Harbour By Jane Tai. Where is Pearl Harbour Pearl Harbour belongs to the USA It is located on the south coast of Oahu Island It's in Honolulu, Hawaii.
By: Alejandro and Charlie.
There are three bookmarks on favorite places. Use these bookmarks to answer the following questions.
History Project Pearl Harbour Attack Group members: Yoyo Chan (4) Karen Choy (9) Junny Fong (10) Sandy Kan (16) Serena Kwok (21)
The Home Front in World War Two Part one Preparing for war.
SSUSH19 The student will identify the origins, major developments, and the domestic impact of World War II, especially the growth of the federal government.
Lean On Me 1940s: WWII War Effort on the Home Front Kaylee Trotter & Hayley Reed U.S. History/Kawasaki Decades Project.
Pearl Harbor Within two hours… 2,330 service men were killed and 1,145 had been wounded. Five battleships were at the bottom of the harbor. Two destroyers.
By: John Parker Pearl Harbor Naval Base Oahu, Hawaii 3 Pacific fleet carriers were located here at the time.
The Bombing of Hiroshima By Collin Mitchell. The Cause: China was overtaken by the Japanese, and then set their sights on the U.S. Pearl Harbor was attacked,
World War I Begins The German battle strategy was called the Schlieffen plan. Germany attacks France from the North after first invading Belgium.
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute March 29, 2011 U.S. History Mr. Green.
Pearl Harbor & Japanese Internment. On December 7 th 1941 the Japanese Navy attacked the US Naval Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
America Enters the War Home front Enlistment Objectives What were two popular methods the US Military acquired soldiers during WWII? Terms – Selective.
Pearl Harbor Historical Context. Increasing Tensions Japanese war with China and attack on Western European colonies in East Asia U.S. gradually restricts.
Unit 8 Day 3 (Pearl Harbor) Quote: “I fear all we have done is to have awoken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.” - Adm. Isoroko Yamamoto.
The Chicago Homefront History of Chicago. Bell Ringer What is this WWII poster trying to say to people? How do you think rationing gives you your.
By: Alejandro Joglar and Charlie Anton.
28 sec. 4 Japan. History Yamato Clan - early rulers of Japan Unified Japan Moved Capital to Heian (Kyoto) Protected by Samurai.
“1941-december 7 a date witch will live in infamy.” Roosevelt This led to the United States entering world war 2 They attacked us by bombing.
Unit 4, Lesson 2 Focal point: We will learn about the weapons and technology that changed warfare. Do Now: If you were in charge of military spending,
Learning and remembering.
The Home Front Objective: Explain how Americans helped the war effort.
Patriotism and Propaganda were high Thousands of posters and magazine advertisements were used for recruiting Glamorous posters often enticed people to.
SECTION 1: MOBILIZING FOR DEFENSE After Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, they thought America would avoid further conflict with them The Japan Times newspaper.
Weapons of WW I. New Weapons of WWI: Machine Gun Aircraft Artillery U-Boats Poison Gas Tanks Zeppelins.
Aim: Why was the Bombing of Pearl Harbor a major turning point in world history? Do Now: Have you ever had a major event happen in your life in which it.
The attack on Pearl Harbor. By, Cody Felker, Bryan Farver, and Danica Deihl Pearl Harbor involved: The United States and Japan They were allies in WWI.
Pearl Harbor ( World War II) By :Patrick and Osvaldo.
A novel about Pearl Harbor by Harry Mazer
JAPANESE INTERNMENT CAMPS By: Shelby Patterson By: Shelby Patterson
World War II Darian Lopez. 1939, 1940, 1941 war dictator Adolf Hitler sent troops into Poland. April Germany attack's Denmark and Norway
1 ST HALF OF THE 20 TH CENTURY WALKAWAY REVIEW STUDY, STUDY, STUDY, STUDY! :D.
Americans in Wartime Section 3. Mobilizing the Home Front Combat Training Combat Training New bases opened across U.S. New bases opened across U.S. Men.
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