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MODERNISM _____________________________________________ Mexico & Japan
Manuel Àlvarez Bravo Manuel Alvarez Bravo, The Daughter of the Dancers, 1933
Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Frida Kahlo in Bravo’s Studio, 1930s
Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Optical Parable (Parabola Optica), 1931
Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Striking Worker, Assassinated, 1934
Manuel Alvarez Bravo, The Good Reputation Sleeping, 1938
Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Laughing Mannequins, 1930
Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Fallen Sheet, 1940s
Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Somewhat Gay and Graceful, 1942
Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Portrait of the Eternal, 1935
Shomei Tomatsu Shomei Tomatsu, Atomic Bomb Damage, Wristwatch Stopped at 11:02, August 9, 1945, Nagasaki, 1961
Shomei Tomatsu, Bottle Melted and Deformed by Atomic Bomb Heat, Radiation, and Fire, Nagaski, 1961
Shomei Tomatsu, Statue of an Angel Shattered by the Atomic Bomb at Urakami Cathedral, Nagasaki, 1961
Shomei Tomatsu, Hibakusha: Tsuyo Kataoka, Nagasaki, 1961
Shomei Tomatsu, Prostitute, Nagoya, 1958
Shomei Tomatsu, Untitled, Chewing Gum and Chocolate Series, 1966
Shomei Tomatsu, Coca-Cola, Tokyo,, 1969
Shomei Tomatsu, Untitled, Protest Series, Tokyo, 1969
Shomei Tomatsu, O shima Eiko, Actress in the Film Shiiku, 1961
Shomei Tomatsu, Untitled, A Boy and the Sea, Shikine-jima, Tokyo, 1969
Shomei Tomatsu, Untitled, Chindon, Tokyo Series, 1961
Eikoh Hosoe, Man and Woman #20, 1960
Eikoh Hosoe, Ordeal by Roses (Barakel) #32, 1960
Eikoh Hosoe, Embrace #60, 1970
Eikoh Hosoe, Embrace #50,
Eikoh Hosoe, Ordeal by Roses #6 (Yukio Mishima),
Daidō Moriyama, Stray Dog, Misawa, Aomoir Prefecture, 1971 Daidō Moriyama
Daidō Moriyama, Kushiro, Hokkaido, 1971
Daidō Moriyama, 1971
Daidō Moriyama, Yokosuka from Another Country 18, 1971
Daidō Moriyama, Untitled (Slip), 1984
Daidō Moriyama, Shibuya, form series Light and Shadow, 1981
Photography Lighting: While we have had control over lighting in the studio, it may at first seems that no such controls are available once we go outside.
Nuclear Energy About 20% of our electricity comes from Nuclear Power Plants.
Anna Atkins, Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions, 1832.
In 1942 the atomic bomb was developed in the USA to combat the threat of Hitler. After the Germans surrendered, research continued in secret.
Decision to Drop the Bomb The Manhattan Project. The name given to the top secret project to create an atomic weapon The name given to the top secret.
US History: Spiconardi. In August 1942 scientists begin work on a top secret atomic research project referred to as the Manhattan Project Created.
THE END OF WWII: BOMBING OF HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI.
The use of nuclear Weapons. Manhattan Project The Manhattan Project was a research and development program led by the United States with participation.
Hiroshima, Nagasaki and the Atom Bomb. Hiroshima August 6, 1945 B-29 Bomber – Enola Gay Little Boy 80, ,000 killed 100,000 injured.
The Atomic Bomb A.Developing the Bomb B.Truman’s Decision C.The Right Decision?
War in the Pacific. Battle of Coral Sea Following bombing of Tokyo Americans and Australians Planes taking off attack ships Stop Japanese.
Gabby Karington Manuel Alvarez Bravo February 4, 1902-October 19, 2002.
The Atomic Bomb The US Decision to drop the atomic bomb on Japan.
Victory Over Japan. Island Hopping in the Pacific 1.Conquering islands on route to Japan 1.Prevents ships and planes from having to make extraordinary.
Hiroshima and Nagasaki The First and Only Use of Nuclear Weapons in World History.
WWII COMES TO AN END. BATTLE OF THE BULGE Allies move on Germany from the west Soviets move in from the east Hitler counter attacks in west hoping to.
ISOTOPES IN NUCLEAR WEAPONS. PLUTONIUM-239 Symbol 239 Pu Produces 235 U 24, 100 years Decays by alpha radiation Protons= 94 Neutrons= 145.
The Dropping of the Atomic Bomb. Truman becomes President in April of 1945 after Roosevelts death He learns of the atomic bomb after be becomes President.
WWII in the Pacific. Japan wins early victories following Pearl Harbor –MacArthur and American forces retreat from Philippines to Australia. –Doolittle’s.
Was the dropping of atomic bombs justified? Why did the US decide to drop the bomb? Japanese determination in Pacific war Japanese determination in Pacific.
POTSDAM DECLARATION Allies ordered the Japanese to surrender Japan refused----Truman gave approval to use atomic weapons.
World War II: The Pacific Theater Japanese Offensive.
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.
Hiroshima & Nagasaki. Postdam Declaration July 26, 1945 – “We call upon the government of Japan to proclaim now the unconstitutional surrender of all.
NAGASAKI & HIROSHIMA Kaytelle Boursiquot Kristen Sardina.
Do Now 1) What would make the United States drop the nuclear bomb? 2) How do you think other countries would react when they found out that the United.
SWBAT: Discuss Truman’s decision to drop the atomic bombs on Japan. Skim pages Manhattan Project (definition): -Reasons for & against using the.
WWIIWWII The Pacific Theater Timeline of Major Battles The Pacific Theater Timeline of Major Battles.
End Of War Allies are Victorious Part II Readings are included throughout the lecture.
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.
Was the dropping of atomic bombs justified? Why did the US decide to drop the bomb? Pacific war Pacific war Millions invested in development Millions.
The War in the Pacific The United States in World War II #3.
The End of WWII. Germany Surrenders Dec, Jan 1945 Battle of the Bulge—last German offensive April 12 FDR Dies at age 63 of a stroke April.
There is no way to peace, peace is the way. ~A. J. Muste.
Japanese Victories -Pearl Harbor -Victories in much of the Pacific -MacArthur retreats from the Philippines “Bataan Death March” -MacArthur pledges to.
What can you see in this picture? What do you think has happened?
What was the other bombed city!?? By Maiya LeBron.
War in the Pacific The Atomic Bomb Pgs Pearl Harbor After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Japanese troops landed in the Philippines. Four months.
The Atomic Bomb Lesson starter. 1.Why was D Day 1944 not the end of World War Two? 2.What does the word ally mean?
What is he doing?. What are they doing? Whats the elephant doing?
THE ATOMIC BOMB HIROSHIMANAGASAKI "THE MOST TERRIBLE WEAPON EVER KNOWN IN HUMAN HISTORY “ -- Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson.
The U.S. needs to get to the Japanese mainland. Island Hopping – conquering one small island in the Pacific at a time. Battles on Tarawa and Saipan caused.
Vocab: 1. Firebombing of Tokyo 2. Manhattan Project 3. August 15, 1945 Guiding Questions: 1. Why did the US decide to use the atomic bombs? What happened?
Objectives Content: Choose and defend your position on whether the United States should have dropped the atomic bomb to end the war with Japan. Learning:
World War II The War in the Pacific. Battles in the Pacific Doolittle’s Raid – Spring 1942 – Lt. Col. James Doolittle led bombing raid on Tokyo Battle.
Frida Kahlo The Broken Column Symbolism/Surrealism.
War in the East. Hong Kong Japan was about to join the Axis Powers in 1941 Churchill asked Canada to send troops to defend Hong Kong (a British colony)
Nuclear Bombs Atomic, Hydrogen, and Neutron Atomic Bomb Manhattan Project (1939 to 1945) – Robert Oppenheimer – Response to Nazi Germany Atomic bomb.
Reading Quiz 1. What problems did Henry Stimson believe might come after using the bomb? 2. What was the goal of the Interim Committee? 3. Give two options.
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