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When did the US enter WWII?
What event drew the US into the war?
Who did the US form an alliance with?
What was the name of the opposing alliance?
Why did the Allies focus on the war in Europe first?
Why didn’t the US and Britain send troops to help the Soviet Union on the Eastern Front?
Where did they send troops instead?
What happened at the Battle of Stalingrad in early 1942?
In what year did the D-Day invasion begin, how long did it last, and why were the Allies successful?
What happened in August 1944?
When did the Battle of the Bulge take place? Why was this battle significant?
What happened in March 1945?
What were the Soviets doing in April 1945?
What happened to Hitler on April 30 th 1945?
What happened on May 7 1945?
What was Japan’s main objective during the war?
Were the Japanese successful? How do you know?
What is the island hopping strategy?
What did the US do when they had captured Japanese controlled islands?
What was the key to winning the war in the Pacific?
Why were the Battle of the Coral Sea and the Battle of Midway so important in the Pacific theater of war?
Why did the US invade Iwo Jima in Feb. 1945?
By June 1945, the US captured __________ and ___________.
Why didn’t an invasion of Japan take place?
When did the Japanese surrender? When did the war officially end? Where did that surrender take place?
The United States Goes to War. Alliance with Britain and Soviet Union Joseph Stalin, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill.
Fighting World War 2.
WORLD WAR TWO TIMELINE.
WWII-U.S. Key Battles U.S. and Allied Strategy By 1941, most of Europe controlled by Germans, Pacific by Japan Dec – “…a day that.
An Allied Victory A.The Home Fronts B.Plans for Victory C.Victory in Europe D.Victory in the Pacific.
Topic 3: World War II Battles and Strategies
WWII Military Strategy. Allied Powers Great Britain Soviet Union France.
Africa: El Alamein Europe: Stalingrad, Normandy Landings (D-day) Pacific: Midway, Iwo Jima and Okinawa.
World War II Strategies and Battles VUS.11b - describing and locating the major battles and turning points of the war in North Africa, Europe, and the.
U.S. Alliance with Great Britain and the Soviet Union.
World War II Military Action & Diplomacy. AXIS POWERS & LEADERS Adolf Hitler Germany Benito Mussolini Italy EmperorHirohitoGeneralTojo Japan.
The Bombing of Japan The Nuclear Era of Warfare Begins.
Organize Your Notes Key Events of World War II Key Terms:
World War II: Dates to Remember Germany invaded Poland, starting World War II (Sept. 1) Britain and France Declare War on Germany. (Sept. 3)
World War II
17 – 2 The War for Europe and North Africa. The United States and Britain Join Forces To what did Roosevelt and Churchill agree early in the war? Why.
Battles (European and Pacific Options). Europe vs. Pacific 1.The sides (not Russia) 2.Geography (island and land) causing naval needs 3.Climate (Eastern.
April 15 – April 19 Chapter 32. The Road to War Austria is Annexed by Germany, March 1938 Hitler wanted to Annex parts of Czechoslovakia – Leads to the.
Warm up No warm-up No warm-up. The Pacific War Japanese Controlled Pacific.
World War II Adv. American Studies. Lend Lease Act.
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