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1 By: Kelsey Behrens, Lanelle Thornhill, and Becky Taylor Rise of Nationalism Rise of World War II

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3 Causes of WWII

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9 Uses of Propaganda Axis Powers The Nazi Perspective “Demilitarized Germany”. The shaded areas are regions demilitarized under the Treaty of Versailles.

10 “Military expenditures by the Great Powers”. The chart to the left is per capita military expenditures. The chart to the right is military expenditures as a percentage of the overall budget. The chart suggests that Germany is being outspent by surrounding countries. The text below the title reads: "Citizens! Do not believe that the Germany of misfortune and misery, the nation of corruption and usury, the land of Jewish corruption, can be saved by parties that claim to stand on a foundation of facts. Never!"

11 The caption reads: "Two million dead. Did they die in vain? Never! Front soldiers! Adolf Hitler is showing you the way!" The claim is that Hitler will redeem Germany from the loss of World War I.

12 Japan’s view of the region before and what they thought would be afterward. From a Japanese propaganda booklet from World War II detailing the Imperial Army's plan for dominating the nations of the region

13 America

14 Allied Powers The first major film about America’s defeat in the Pacific, Wake Island, was portrayed as a victory because the heroics of Wake's defenders delayed the Japanese while America recovered from the Pearl Harbor attack.

15 Allied/Axis Military Strategies

16 Axis Power Strategies

17 Map of Movement of Allied and Axis Powers in World War II

18 Allied Strategies

19 Strategic Bombing

20 High Tech Warfare vs. Guerilla Warfare

21 High Tech Warfare

22 Destroying Enemies Weapons

23 Guerilla Warfare

24 Comparison of High Tech and Guerilla Warfare Guerilla Warfare High Tech Warfare

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26 Women on the Home front America needed it's women to go to work to build the planes, tanks, and ships needed to fight Hitler. World War II, more so than any other war, was a war based on production. Rosie the Riveter

27 Men and Women working side by side building bomber planes in factories.

28 Working Women Women working as welders in a plant that produced B-25 and P-51 fighter planes. Women accounted for one-third of Air Force pilots during WWII.

29 Women outside America Thousands of Russian women volunteered as fighter pilots. The ATS portrayed as glamorous to British women

30 Allied and Axis Atrocities

31 Malmedy Massacre They made memorial wall that list 84 names off the ones who died at the Malmedy Massacre. They were all executed by the German army.

32 The Dachau Massacre

33 The Holocaust and Genocide

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35 Biscari Massacre

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37 The League of Nations

38 The Formation of the UN

39 Peace: the Role of the UN

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42 Effects of WWII

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48 Counterpoint

49 Bibliography Johnson, Gary “WWII picture”, April 4, 2006, The Regents of the University of California “WWII”, April 5, 2006, Eastern Oregon University “Propaganda in the U.S. during WWII”, April 5, 2006, United Nations Association in Canada, “United Nations”, April 4, 2006, University of San Diego “Propaganda of WWII”, April 5, 2006, ©2006 Google “WWII”, April 4, 2006, Thinkronize, Inc. “WWII Effects”, April 4, 2006, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. “WWII”, April 6, 2006, Questia Media America, Inc. “WWII Project”, April 6, 2006, Discovery Education “Consequences of WWII”, April 5, 2006, Free Play Productions “WWII Audio”, April 5, 2006,


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