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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
US Prepares for WWII Allied Power. What were we doing? Neutral Isolationism But: Cash and Carry Act 1939-US sells supplies to Allies but must pay cash.
Lean On Me 1940s: WWII War Effort on the Home Front Kaylee Trotter & Hayley Reed U.S. History/Kawasaki Decades Project.
By Harry Mazer Project by Kyle Fielman
SECTION 1: MOBILIZING FOR DEFENSE
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)
Propaganda during World War II Mr. Vanderporten Contemporary American History.
Chapter 26- WWII Dictators What is a dictator? Who was Italy's dictator? Who was Germany's dictator? Hitler Mussolini.
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.
World War II December 7, June 6,1944 By Ian and Jamie.
Taboo (U.S. History Style) WWI thru WWII. Red Scare Communism Socialism Russia Fear.
Early Sunday Morning The Pearl Harbor Diary of Amber Billows
Weapons of WW I.
The Great Depression and World War II (1929–1945)
By: John Parker Pearl Harbor Naval Base Oahu, Hawaii 3 Pacific fleet carriers were located here at the time.
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.
Pearl Harbor ( World War II)
The Bombing of Pearl Harbor. Basic Info Who: Japanese What: Bomb U.S. naval base When: Dec. 7, 1941 Where: Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
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