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The bombing of cities in Britain, Germany, and Japan destroyed buildings and killed thousands of civilians
Bombs dropped for 2 days in Feb. 1945 Firestorms killed as many as 100,000 people
President Truman decided to drop atomic bombs (2) in Japan Thousands died in an instant Bombing of Nagasaki leads to Japan surrender; WW II is over
Political tensions, suspicions, and a conflict of ideas led the U.S. and Soviet Union into the Cold War.
Feb 1945 “Big Three” (Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin) meet to discuss 2 things: ◦ How to end WW II ◦ Bring peace
Allies agree trials should be held 1945-46 Nuremberg Trials charged Nazi leaders with war crimes Some sentenced to death
Section 4-Main Idea The BIG Idea Competition Among Countries After World War II, a new set of Cold War problems faced the international community. Political.
Do Now How did the U.S. prepare for WWII on the homefront? Give at least 2 examples.
Europe & Japan in Ruins A.Peace Conferences B.Europe in Ruins C.Japan in Ruins D.Costs of the War.
Victory in Europe & Post-War Rebuilding. Victory in the Pacific REVIEW: Answer the following questions in the warm-up section of your notebook. 1)What.
What is happening in this cartoon? What do you think the term ‘cold war’ means and how was it different to the two world wars? What can we infer about.
Objective: Analyze the causes and course of World War II and evaluate it as the end of one era and the beginning of another.
Atomic Bomb Iwo Jima and Okinawa opened the way for an invasion of Japan. Iwo Jima and Okinawa opened the way for an invasion of Japan. It was estimated.
Warm-up What should happen to Germany and Japan after World War II?
Sides & Leaders PacificRandom 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50.
World War II Ends The Main Idea While the Allies completed the defeat of the Axis Powers on the battlefield, Allied leaders were making plans for the postwar.
Bell Quiz (Pgs. 583 – 587) 1. Where was the first atomic bomb tested? 2. When did President Truman order the military to make final plans for dropping.
American History Chapter 24-5 World War II Ends. Germany: Stuck in the Middle 4 million Allied troops on the west, millions of Soviets on the east. The.
End of WWII and Cold war America becomes a global power.
4/29 BA BA Explain the three conferences and their importance Explain the three conferences and their importance Who were the big three Who were the big.
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.
II. HIROSHIMA A.August 6, 1945 : an American plane (Enola Gay) dropped an atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima. B. The bomb destroyed 4 square miles.
Warm Up Describe the Japanese military defense of Okinawa & Iwo Jima.
World War 2 Timeline Graphic Organizer This will be a moving assignment. We will complete as we cover the United States’ role in WWII.
Operation Overlord- Allied invasion of France. Also called D-Day. Within a month 1 million Allied troops were stationed in Europe. Within a month 1.
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,
The End of WWII & The Aftermath SS.A.1.4.4; SS.A.3.4.9; SS.A
Adolf Hitler-Germany Emperor Hirohito - Japan Benito Mussolini-Italy Josef Stalin-USSR Winston Churchill - Britain Franklin D Roosevelt - USA Harry Truman.
War in the Pacific Pearl Harbor: December 7, 1941 Japan attacked US Naval Base Pearl Harbor because: US was boycotting Japanese goods because.
Winning the War Section 4. Words to Know Holocaust: The mass murder of millions of Jews by the Nazis Genocide: The planned murder of an entire people.
World War II Leaders ©2012, TESCCC World History Unit 8A, Lesson 3.
Search for a Lasting Peace Facing the destruction of World War II.
WWII Study Guide Important People F. D. Roosevelt President of U.S. during WWII Joseph Stalin Leader of the Soviet Union (Russia) Winston Churchill Prime.
The Cold War Cold War themes for this chapter… Conflict with Soviets Conflict between HST & Congress.
Unit VIII. World War II. C. End of the War 1. V-E day, May 7, 1945 a. The war in Europe ended with the German’s unconditional surrender *Hitler, hearing.
CHAPTER 22 SECTION 4 THE END OF WWII. 1) To end the war, an attack would be made on _________________________. Allied troops prepared for ________________.
LET’S GET TOGETHER… Yeah, Yeah, Yeah…. “THE BIG THREE” Roosevelt, Churchill, & Stalin - Yalta.
End of the War A Look at how World War II Ended. ObjectiveObjective By the end of the lesson, students will understand how the war in ended in both the.
Chapter 14 Section 5: The War Ends. Warm-Up Name all the times war on two fronts was used during WWII – What is the point? – Be complete.
Dresden and yalta slideshow. Dresden The Firebombing of a City.
CHAPTER 26, LESSON 6 THE WAR ENDS. U.S. decides that Hitler must be defeated first Germany is the greater threat Allied invasion of Europe Two front war.
THE END OF WW2 THE YALTA CONFERENCE & THE POTSDAM CONFERENCE.
War in Pacific October 1944 US troops and ships converged on Leyte Gulf in the Philippines. The Entire Japanese fleet went into Battle of Leyte Gulf;
U.S. History Chapters 14 and 15 Review World War II.
Battle of the Bulge ► ► December 16, 1944 ► 80 mile front) ► German tanks broke through 80 mile front) ► Fought in Belgium - ► Fought in Belgium - Germany.
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.
1 The Effects of WWII & The Rise of Two Super Powers 7 th Grade Social Studies Harold E. Winkler Middle School.
Conferences and Cold War. Yalta Conference (Feb 1945) In February 1945 (while the war was still being fought), the “Big Three” Churchill (England),
World War II And how it ended.. The war in Europe ends 1944 – Allied forces begin to take the upper hand on the European Front Allies (mostly.
The Cold War begins 1945 Key issues: Why did the wartime alliances fall apart? What were the major points of difference The importance of Yalta and Potsdam.
I have Neville Chamberlain. Who has the Prime Minister of Great Britain during most of World War II? I have Winston Churchill. Who has the president of.
End of the War A Look at how World War II Ended. ObjectiveObjective By the end of the lesson, SWBAT how the war in ended in both the Pacific and European.
Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb 1) Identify the Atomic Bomb and explain why the US felt it was necessary to build? 2) Identify the 2 cities the Atomic.
WORLD WAR II CAUSES & EFFECTS. CAUSES IN ASIA Militaristic Japan was overcrowded and needed raw materials Militaristic Japan was overcrowded.
WWII in a nut shell. Economic and political Causes: WW II Aggression by Germany, Italy, Japan Nationalism Failures of Treaty of Versailles Weakness of.
WWII: The Conclusion. Objectives Understand how the Allies achieved final victory in Europe. Explore the reasons that President Truman decided to use.
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