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Japan and WWII 1
Japan Moves South After Japan took Manchuria in 1931 they slowly began to work their way South into China. By 1933 they had taken the Great Wall 3
Japan takes Beijing 1937: Japanese and Chinese fight outside the gates of the Capital city of Beijing. The Japanese win and take control of China. 5
Control? 1938: Japan sends 1 million troops to China. However, due to the size of China they had to send another million troops which still only allowed them to hold the major cities. 6
Control? At 1 st some believed that Japan was there to liberate. Japan was simply another dictator. Killed millions and destroyed cities. 7
Moving South Japanese troops continued to move south into Indonesia. 8
British attempt to stop Japan In an attempt to stop the Japanese, the British send naval ships. Japanese use their planes to destroy the ships. 10
Pearl Harbor December 7 th 1941: “A Day that will live in Infamy” Japanese do a surprise attack on the Hawaiian Naval Base. 11
Why Pearl Harbor? In order to secure the Pacific Rim, Japan knew it had to take out the U.S. which was the next closest country. 12
Did FDR know? The U.S. got word of a possible attack the night before. The U.S. saw the planes on radar but by that time it was too late. 13
Attack The attack took 1 hour and 1 minute. 4 battleships were sunk 188 planes were lost because the U.S. didn’t expect an air strike 14
Casualties 2400 American men died, many from drowning. ½ of the men were on the USS Arizona which is memorialized today. 18
U.S. enters WWII. As a result of Pearl Harbor the United States entered WWII. 19
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