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THE ALLIED VICTORY
1. The Battle of El AlameinForced Rommel & his troops to retreat Westward out of Egypt
2. Operation Torch Landed American troops in North Africa Crushed Rommel’s ‘Afrika Korps’
Marks the farthest point East for German Expansion.3. Battle of Stalingrad Marks the farthest point East for German Expansion. USSR victory begins push westward back toward Germany
4. Invasion of Italy Allied conquest of Sicily Forced Italian surrender
5. Propaganda campaigns on home frontsRallied people at home to “do their part”
6. D-Day Invasion June 6, 1944 Led to the liberation of Nazi controlled countries in Western Europe
German Offensive forced allies to retreat. 7. Battle of the Bulge German Offensive forced allies to retreat. Allies stop the advance. Resulting in heavy losses for Hitler
Destroyed Japanese Navy @ the Philippines8. Battle of Leyte Gulf Destroyed Japanese the Philippines
Part of ‘island hopping’ Heavy Japanese losses 9. Battle of Okinawa Part of ‘island hopping’ Heavy Japanese losses Allies closer to invasion of Japanese mainland
10. Bombing of Hiroshima & NagasakiAugust 6, 1945 (8/9/45) Forced Japanese surrender
HIROSHIMA 8 / 6 / 45
NAGASAKI 8 / 9 / 45
Turning the Tide Bad Days for the Allies ––M––Most of EUROPE was in German hands ––G––Germany controlled much of the Soviet Union (Russia) &
The End of World War II. The North African Campaign Britain and US wanted to defeat the Axis, starting in North Africa Britain and US wanted to defeat.
WORLD WAR II A timeline.
The Allied Victory Chapter 32, Section 4.
US History. War Plans -Roosevelt and British leader Churchill meet -Germany is top priority -only an unconditional surrender is acceptable -Battle of.
TURNING POINTS of WWII.
Anticipatory Set Discuss the following questions with your neighbor: Do you think war is cool? Why/Why not? How do movies and video games portray war?
The Allies are Victorious (Ch. 16 Sec.4) The Big Three Churchill GB FDR U.S. Stalin Russia.
War Plans -Roosevelt and British leader Churchill meet -Germany is top priority -only an unconditional surrender is acceptable -Battle of the Atlantic.
WWII Major Battles.
III. Turning Points cont. 2. Mussolini went into hiding, new Italian govt. signed armistice, fighting in Italy between Germans + Allies continued for 18.
World At War After Pearl Harbor. Battle of the Atlantic Naval battle in the Atlantic Ocean between German Navy and the Allied forces of the British and.
Battles of World War II European and Pacific Fronts.
The Allied Victory Strategy North Africa Italy France Germany Pacific.
British and Americans concentrated on two main goals: (1) Overcoming the menace of German Submarines in the Atlantic, and (2) beginning bombing raids.
An Allied Victory!.
Allies Are Victorious 16-4 North Africa Erwin Rommel Erwin RommelVs Bernard Montogomery Bernard Montogomery Battle of El Alamein Battle of El Alamein.
Section American General who led the Allied forces in Western Europe Commanded Operation Torch Finally crushed Rommel’s Afrika Korps in North Africa.
Winning the War Chapter 11, Lesson 3. Let’s Watch a Clip story/worldwarii/
Allied Victory: Plans To Fight on Two Fronts V-E Day and V-J Day Unit 7, SSWH 18 a.
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