Ppt on 2nd world war year

The Great War: A war like no other that the world had ever seen!

result Leaders who created the war were ruined by the war, ushering in new styles of leadership and dictators as a result Thereby creating another world conflict 30 years later Thereby creating another world conflict 30 years later What was the impact of/ III and crushed France’s 2nd Empire – France provoked this war and was defeated without remorse from the Germans Germans took Alsace and Lorraine, Napoleon III and crushed France’s 2nd Empire – France provoked this war and was defeated without remorse from/


World History Mr. Welke. Unit 1: Early Civilizations Prehistory - A.D. 1570 Chapter 1: Prehistory Chapter 2: The Ancient Middle East Chapter 3: Middle.

Empire Chapter 20: Revolutions and Napoleon 1775 - 1815 Social Inequalities 1st Estate: 2nd Estate: 3rd Estate: Lesson 3: The French Revolution France was: Estates-General:/World Wars and Revolutions 1905 - 1945 Chapter 25: World War I and the Russian Revolution Chapter 26: Nationalism, Revolution, and Totalitarianism Around the World Chapter 27: World War II and its Aftermath Lesson 1: The Causes of the War Lesson 2: The War Years: 1914 - 1918 Lesson 3: Making Peace Lesson 4: World War I Changed the World/


Unit 10: WWII World War II in Europe 1939-45 World War II in the Pacific 1941-1945.

against the German flank. Pattons Third Army had relieved Bastogne, and in the north, the 2nd U.S. Armored Division stopped German tanks short of the Meuse River on Christmas. Pattons Third Army had relieved Bastogne, and in/WWII “The Final Solution” BEFORE WORLD WAR II In the years of Nazi rule before World War II, policies of persecution and segregation targeting German Jews focused on the goal of expulsion. BEFORE WORLD WAR II In the years of Nazi rule before World War II, policies of persecution and /


The Great War: A war like no other that the world had ever seen!

result Leaders who created the war were ruined by the war, ushering in new styles of leadership and dictators as a result Thereby creating another world conflict 30 years later Thereby creating another world conflict 30 years later What was the impact of/ III and crushed France’s 2nd Empire – France provoked this war and was defeated without remorse from the Germans Germans took Alsace and Lorraine, Napoleon III and crushed France’s 2nd Empire – France provoked this war and was defeated without remorse from/


SECTION 1: AMERICAN POSTWAR ISSUES 1)The American public was exhausted from World War I. - Turned away from European problems to focus on ones back home.

10,000 West Virginia coal workers, outraged over years of brutality and lawless exploitation, picked up their rifles and marched against the powerful mine owners The miners were well organized - Many were World War I veterans  they appointed leaders, and arranged / methods being used - Palmers claim: "There is no time to waste on hairsplitting over infringement of liberties” On 2nd January, 1920, - another _____________ were arrested and held without trial. - found no evidence of a proposed revolution /


Liberation efforts of 1914- 1921. Revival of the Ukrainian state. Plan 1. World War I 1. World War I 2.Ukrainians in the First World War. 2.Ukrainians.

in the first years of USSR. 6.Ukraine in the first years of USSR. World War I World War I was a global war which took place primarily in Europe from 1914 to 1918. World War I was a global war which took place /Press (1988).Subtelny 2. Andrew Wilson. The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation. Yale University Press; 2nd edition (2002). 2. Andrew Wilson. The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation. Yale University Press; 2nd edition (2002).Andrew WilsonAndrew Wilson 3. Anna Reid. Borderland: A Journey Through the History /


South Asia Gains Independence! h For years, independent movements lead by Gandhi made little leeway in India’s independence h After WWII, Great Britain.

India when Muhammad Ali Jinnah & Muslim League lead independence movement h Current Global Stats: Currently 6th most populous nation in world Currently 2nd largest Muslim population (after Indonesia) h Part of British India until 1947 h Official division from India when Muhammad Ali / why the UN wont help them and why the US wont help them. h In the past 60 years, Pakistan & India have fought three wars over ownership of Kashmir. India won all three. h Today, the fight continues with acts of terrorism./


War Photographer.

. He does not know what will happen next. War Photographer – Verse 1 Photographer is an outsider, floats between both worlds. 1) In his darkroom he is finally alone / gives voice to the women associated with them. Although “Havisham” was printed a year earlier, it would make a good comparison with this poem since both take the /something physical that she can touch, an experience of Shakespeare that nobody else can have. 2nd Quatrain - Lines 5 - 8 Language/poerty metaphor is extended. Uses poetic terms to /


It is said the Alexander the Great helped create “a whole new world”. What was the most lasting achievement of Alexander the Great? (what was his legacy?)

thousand men, horses and elephants!)  Hannibal crosses Alps and defeats Rome at Cannae and wins 2nd Punic War (218-201 B.C. )  Rome can’t get rid of Hannibal!  Carthaginians /changes: Mercenaries hired because small farmers could no longer be soldiers Social World / Late Republic Patron/client relationship Protection/dependence as social glue Family/ (supposedly) Significance? Led to the rule of the second triumvirate for ten years, civil war, and Octavian as emperor The Death of Caesar - Jean-Léon Gér/


The second Inter-News of 2014 focuses on rethinking the war on drugs. Although the subject is not new in criminology circles, it seems like broader policy.

to narco-traffiking, nearly 48% of all recorded murders that year (Guizado, 1992, p. 92). There is no other country in the world that has paid a higher price for the War on Drugs than Colombia. This is not only in the economic/ Portugal http://www.iatso.org/ 5 – 8 October, 2014 The 2nd International Conference On Law Enforcement and Public Health Amsterdam, the Netherlands http://www.lephcon.com.au/ 9 – 10 October, 2014 2nd Annual Crinmigration Control Conference: “The Borders of Crimmigration” Leiden, The /


SOL Key Terms. monotheism belief in one all-powerful God Judaism (1st), Christianity (2nd), and Islam (3rd)

2nd), and Islam (3rd) polytheism belief in more than one god Hinduism non-theistic Non-theistic a religion that does not focus on the worship of a god Buddhism atheism the belief that there are no gods and no supernatural world/ that were being slaughtered by Serb Christians Thirty Years War religious war - 1618-1648 between Protestants and Catholics in German/world - ex. Japan U.S. also practiced this policy to try and stay out of World War I and World War II Gave up the idea of being isolated from the world/


Lesson 3 At War with the Planet I. I. 1. Author: Barry Commoner (1917-) born May 28, 1917, Brooklyn, N.Y. U.S. biologist and educator. He studied at Harvard.

be evacuated. 3) What happened in Bhopal? On the night of Dec. 2nd and 3rd, 1984, a Union Carbide plant in Bhopal, India, began /like her except when she is angry. 除了她发怒的时候, 我挺喜欢她。 Part 2 (pp. 2-5) Why two worlds are at war ? 1. breach: 1. breach: If you breach an agreement, a law, or a promise,/ ) The old man fluctuated between hope and fear.( 忽喜忽忧 ) Prices fluctuate from year to year. 物价年年波动。 Prices fluctuate from year to year. 物价年年波动。 10. govern: direct or strongly influence the behavior of; rule e.g/


Chapter 10: World War I 1914-1918 and following “Creating America” textbook 1914-1918 and following “Creating America” textbook.

Hungary found out that the gov’t of Serbia gave the man the weapons, they declared war.  Causes of World War I (con’t)  The “Spark”: In June 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his/Paris) again…  U.S. Troops Enter the War  In 1917 the U.S. could send 14,000 troops to help  It took about a year to get the rest of the troops, etc./the German troops  Pushing the German’s Back  The 2nd Battle of the Marne in summer 1918 was a turning point in the war’s outcome  German and Allied troops (including about 85,/


Chapter Fourth Edition THE WORLD’S HISTORY Copyright ©2010, ©2006 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. The World’s History, Fourth Edition Howard.

World’s History, Fourth Edition Howard Spodek World War II and the Cold War Portents of Disaster Economists predict disaster soon after signing of Versailles Treaty –Disruptions of food & coal supply –Weight of reparation payments Poet William Butler Yeats points to cultural sickness of Europe Onset of Depression ten years/. All rights reserved. The World’s History, Fourth Edition Howard Spodek World War II Turning the tide, 1942-5 –Allied counter-offensive begins in 1942 –“2nd Front” for Russia deferred by/


War Photographer Comfort and Indifference v Suffering and Pain A reporter’s duty is to tell the truth Rural England vs War Zone Important points to consider.

a grave Photographer is an outsider, floats between both worlds. ‘Red’ – Room is lit like a church ‘Sanctuary lamp.’ Also connotations of blood. War Photographer – Verse 1  4) as though this were/alliteration indicating that this was a straightforward process for him. She uses the 2nd person “you forget, or don’t recall” to directly expose the often/ voice to the women associated with them.  Although “Havisham” was printed a year earlier, it would make a good comparison with this poem since both take the /


Liberation efforts of 1914- 1921. Revival of the Ukrainian state. Plan 1.Ukrainians in the First World War. 1.Ukrainians in the First World War. 2. Revolution.

in the first years of USSR. 4.Ukraine in the first years of USSR. World War I World War I was a global war which took place primarily in Europe from 1914 to 1918. World War I was a global war which took place /Press (1988).Subtelny 2. Andrew Wilson. The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation. Yale University Press; 2nd edition (2002). 2. Andrew Wilson. The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation. Yale University Press; 2nd edition (2002).Andrew WilsonAndrew Wilson 3. Anna Reid. Borderland: A Journey Through the History /


World War II. Nazi State Third Reich 1933-1945 Reich=Empire What were the two other empires before this one? Why was the Nazi Party so popular and successful.

occupied by German troops in the following order: The territory marked No. I on the 1st and 2nd of October; the territory marked No. II on the 2nd and 3rd of October; the territory marked No. III on the 3rd, 4th and 5th of October/ be extended for another five years. Article VII. The present treaty shall be ratified within the shortest possible time. The ratifications shall be exchanged in Berlin. The Agreement shall enter into force as soon as it is signed. World War II Ribbentrop Pact August 19 /


American Revolution French and Indian War. What’s going on in the colonies? (review) England is not the only country to have colonies in the New World.

that land Militia was led by George Washington French/Indian War War went back and forth and was undeclared for 2 years The war was fought all over the world (remember it was part of a bigger war) England and Prussia v. France, Spain Austria and /Liberty, a secret resistance group consisting of shopkeepers, artisans, and laborers John Adams: came up with a plan at the 2nd Continental Congress that each colony set up its own gov’t and that Congress declare the colonies Independent People Ben Franklin: /


Major Aspects in this Chapter What is Nazism? Weimar Republic The First World War (1914 to 1918) The Period in between 1 st & 2nd World War The Second.

World War (1914 to 1918) The Period in between 1 st & 2nd World War The Second World War (1939 to 1945) Period of Hitler & Nazism in Germany End of Nazism & Second World war Hitler and Nazi party in Germany What is Nazism? Nazism is a System and structure of ideas about world/the Armed Forces and enter one of the Nazi organisation. The Youth league of Nazis formed in 1922, four years later it renamed Hitler Youth. To unify the youth movement under Nazi control, all other youth organisation were /


Unit 7: World War II and its Aftermath Chapter 16: World War Looms.

b. restructuring of agriculture and industry c. 1939-2nd largest industrial power in the world a. Create a model Communist state b. restructuring of agriculture and industry c. 1939-2nd largest industrial power in the world d. 1939- est. a totalitarian gov’t.:/into 4 zones 2. Free elections in Poland 3. Stalin agreed to join war effort against the Japanese 2. Occupation of Japan a. under command of MacArthur b. 6 year occupation c. government reform 1. New constitution and democratic government 2. Occupation/


A Divided Nation: The Civil War.

the Yankees was McDowell. The North had 387 soldiers killed while the South lost 460. The South won the battle. 2nd Manassas or 2nd Bull Run, VA August 29-30, 1862 The general for the Confederate was Stonewall Jackson. The general for the / offensive operation of such proportions. Although the war was to continue for two more horrible years, the Confederacy would never recover from the losses of Gettysburg. “…the most desperate which ever took place in the world. Nothing can picture the horrors of the /


WORLD WAR II (U.S. 1941-1945) Chapter 36.

. 8. 1988 - Pres. Reagan formally apologized. 9. 1990 - Congress paid each internee $20,000. Background: 1942 was a critical year for the survival of the Allies. Japan controlled all of Southeast Asia and most of China; Germany controlled Western Europe, North Africa, and/to surrender. D. Aug. 8 - Soviet Union enters the war against Japan, as promised. E. Aug. 9 - 2nd bomb dropped on Nagasaki; 60,000 dead. F. Aug. 14 -- Japan surrenders (V-J Day) 1. World War II is over!!!!! V-J Day celebration in New York’s/


1 Lesson 8 World War I: End of the War, Seeds of the Next.

of the US military in Europe in the years immediately following the armistice. Be able to discuss the major provisions of the Versailles Treaty and how this document sowed the seeds for World War II. 4 Phases of World War I 1914 - Maneuver and Frustration 1915 - Search/French, British elements 31 Battle of Belleu Wood 4th U. S. Marines Battle of Belleu Wood - June 1918 Frank Schoonover 2nd Division Where legends were born 32 Battle of Belleu Wood Battle of Belleu Wood - June 1918 33 Battle of Château-/


The First World War: The industrial Powers Collide: Why were the Balkan States important? The “spark” that ignited WWI was the assassination of the arch.

to Switzerland. This 400Km line remained relatively unchanged for the next three years. Though attempts to break through would cost millions of lives. Despite the/. Brief history of British in PalistineBrief history of British in Palistine World War I: Post War In Jan. of 1919 the allied powers met in Paris. The/ Nikola Zhekov - Commander-in-Chief of the Bulgarian Army Georgi Todorov - commander of the 2nd Army, deputy Commander-in- Chief Konstantin Zhostov - Chief of the Bulgarian General Staff Vladimir /


World War I - Western Front A New Style of Warfare American History Unit II- Foreign Affairs Chapter 21 Section 2 The Western Front.

Army, and soldiers from the United States, Britain and Italy. Allied casualties during the 2nd Battle of the Marne were heavy: French (95,000), British (13,000) and/ together to maintain a constant defensive position. Poison Gas Considered uncivilized prior to World War One, the development and use of poison gas was necessitated by the requirement of/ trenches, attracted rats. One pair of rats can produce 880 offspring in a year and so the trenches were soon swarming with them. Men in the trenches suffered/


Overview of The Book of the REVELATION

2nd Coming 7-8 9 10 • 7th Trump: “in the days of the sounding” 11-Two Witnesses prophesy for 1260 days 7 Trumpets 12-The Bride in the Wilderness 13-The Antichrist & the False Prophet -Antichrist slain and resurrects from a fatal wound -One World Government Reign for 42 months -War/of all the Saints Rapture of the Bride from Desert All remaining sinners destroyed Satan bound for 1000 years Earth purged by fire, Paradise Restored Earthquake pulls continents together No more islands or mountain ranges All /


The Ethics & Rationale Behind the Federal Government’s ‘Other’ War

- 90% of cocaine comes form Columbia 50% world wide and 60% in US is controlled by FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia) FARC has used the money to wage a 41-year war Is Interdiction the Answer? Successful interdiction can lead to/ 7-45 Prescription List. http://www.rxlist.com/cgi/generic/disulfiram_ad.htm. Accessed on April 2nd, 2006. Prescription List. http://www.rxlist.com/cgi/generic2/modafinil_ad.htm Accessed on April 2nd, 2006. References (Cont’d) Rinaldi-Carmoni, M., et al. (1994) “SR141716A,/


Canada and WW2 Scott Masters Crestwood College. The Canadian Parliament declared war on Sept. 10, 1939, and by the end of the first month 70 000 Cdns.

the “sleeping giant” The US was the richest nation in the world and could invest enormous amounts of $ and pop. to the war effort. (The US became the "Arsenal of Democracy") – / all were taken into acct in this ambitious plan that sought to open a 2nd front against Ger. in W. Europe and therefore bring WW II to an end. all were/workers took jobs without NSS approval they could be fined $ 500 and jailed for a year. Bumper crops were experienced in the Prairies. Britain needed food desperately, so Canada started/


Stalin in Power Industrialization. Five Year Plans Total of five under Stalin, each with a slightly different focus 1 st – 1928 -1932 2 nd – 1933-1937.

the plans and their achievements was ever presented. It was during the 2nd and 3rd FYP’s that Stalin’s political purges reached their peak: /planning. Much improvisation after 1941: Survival was the key Overall production declined during War years (1941- 1944) Within 6 months of German invasion, Germans controlled 50% /large scale construction projects – bridges, dams, refineries, generating plants – showpieces – invited world leaders to come and see the successes. Stalin’s “Grand Projects of Communism,” had/


The Cold War Part II Including Ms. Rohweller’s report on the background, conflict and relationship of the Vietnam war to the Cold War.

.-U.S.S.R rivalry played out in the rest of the world (notes that you took from the class presentations).  Soviet satellite nations: Poland, Hungary,/ outer space). The U.S. follows with Explorer I. The years 1955-1975  The greatest confrontations of the Cold War came during the Kennedy presidency (1961- 1963).  Closing the / thousand years.  Officially the Socialist Republic of Vietnam  Predominately rural population, in 2005 only 27% of the population lived in urban areas.  In the 2nd century/


Nationalism World War II is one of the most important and glorious chapters of American History. The actions of the US in WWII were completely and totally.

2nd term} Franklin D. Roosevelt {2nd term} Suffering from Great Depression Suffering from Great Depression Passed Neutrality Laws in 1935 Passed Neutrality Laws in 1935 Enters war December 7, 1941 Enters war/deemed critical to national defense and potentially vulnerable to espionage. During World War II, just after Pearl Harbor, Presidential Executive Order 9066 and /pillbox, 3 miles of tunnels. Fortifying had gone on for years. Fortifying had gone on for years. Iwo Jima 70,000 US Marines invade, 20,000 /


“We Didn’t Start the Fire” Billy Joel Cold War 70’s and 80’s Robyn Newberry 2nd Block 1/1/11.

Cold War 70’s and 80’s Robyn Newberry 2nd Block 1/1/11 Table of Contents 1. Title 2. Table of Contents 3-5. Political Views 6-8. Cold War 9. Proxy Wars 10/ laborprivate property The United States and the Soviet Union differed on how the post-war world should be rebuilt and run. The United States favored a democratic government and the/ It was 1989 and I said "Okay, whats happened in my life?" I wrote down the year 1949. Okay, Harry Truman was president. Popular singer of the day, Doris Day. China went /


Expansion and Reform Rome in the late 3rd and 2nd centuries.

of Rome’s dominance in Greek world The Third Macedonian War (171-168) The son of Philip, Perseus, married the daughter of Antiochus’ successor War ended the Macedonian monarchy Destroyed the/- Romans Shifted more burdens and less benefits of waging war to the allies Politics in the mid-2nd Century Rome ruled by a few families and favored the/ Tiberius Gaius Gracchus Became tribune in 123 BC, and won reelection the following year Electrifying speaker Wished to curb some of the excess power of the senate Made/


Fiore Review Guide Game #1 New World - Road to the Revolution Read each question on the front of the flashcard, and then see if you can answer it correctly.

owner for a series of years and then afterwards the worker is set free and given land, supplies to settle themselves in the New World. Colonial Keywords This is the/the New World. FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR 1754-1763 What were the two sides of the French and Indian War? FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR 1754-1763 French and Indian War was fought /July, the approved the official letter to the King. Road to the Revolution Keywords 2nd Continental Congress this group of representatives from all the colonies met to address the /


Journals Entries. September 5th 1 st thru 3 rd Periods: Elaborate on the time period that you want to learn about this year and why? 4 th : Elaborate.

dark colors and why? 7 th : What causes us to grow the most in intelligence: education or peers and why? October 2nd 1 st thru 3 rd : In opinion does that government have any control over big business or does big business influence the government/No more journals until after the New Year! Have a safe and wonderful Christmas Holiday! Ms. Graves January 7th 1 st thru 3 rd : What political changes occurred within the United States as a result of declaring war on Germany in World War 1? 4 th : Elaborate how you/


28 Hosea HOSEA Northern Kingdom Pre-Exile. Est. Year BC Prophet From / ToPeriod Address Obadiah 848 / 841 Pre-Exile Edom Joel 835 / 835 Pre-Exile Judah.

of all: random chance as our creator... 3rd and 4th generation applies to the 2nd Commandment… Hosea 2:5 5] For their mother hath played the harlot: she that/we had repented and heard God at that time, we would never have had to fight World War II, Korea, or Viet Nam. We should have been sending out missionaries, not soldiers/keeping faith is the debasement of its currency: inflation = 50% in ten years. Ours: 13% per year! Another is failure to honor treaties and trade agreements Repudiated the Bretton Woods/


The Cold War Part II Including Ms. Rohweller’s report on the background, conflict and relationship of the Vietnam war to the Cold War.

.-U.S.S.R rivalry played out in the rest of the world (notes that you took from the class presentations).  Soviet satellite nations: Poland, Hungary, Romania/next thousand years.  Officially the Socialist Republic of Vietnam  Predominately rural population, in 2005 only 27% of the population lived in urban areas.  In the 2nd century / Research a country that was NOT affected or involved in any way in the Cold War.  Between the years of 1945 and 1990.  Mexico and Canada are not options.  Your findings /


Unit 9 WWI World History Mrs. Bell. Seeds of War Four main “causes” for World War I: Four main “causes” for World War I: 1) increase in nationalism in.

2nd Balkan War for the same sea outlet in Albania and is frustrated because Russia doesn’t come to aid. Balkan Wars – 1912…Serbia is upset after the 1st Balkan War/Hungary, Franz Ferdinand, and his wife, were assassinated by Gavrilo Princip, a 19-year- old member of a nationalist Serbian group known as the Black Hand. Riding through/. World War I was over. Effects Effects of the War: Effects of the War: War shattered Europe’s aristocratic order and increased political and social instability War shattered/


문제 1. This is the city that used the slogan `Green Olympics and received a lot of votes in its bid to host the games. China came in 2nd and this city.

its bid to host the games. China came in 2nd and this city was chosen to hold the 27th Olympics in the year 2000. What is this Australian city that is famous / there. With 3,500 seats it is the largest in the world and it also has the most operas performed a year in the world. What is the name of this famous opera house in New /Soldiers from this country joined the UN forces to help South Korea during the Korean War. This countrys capital is Addis Ababa. Everyday many people die of starvation. What country/


28 Hosea HOSEA Northern Kingdom Pre-Exile. Est. Year BC Prophet From / ToPeriod Address Obadiah 848 / 841 Pre-Exile Edom Joel 835 / 835 Pre-Exile Judah.

of all: random chance as our creator... 3rd and 4th generation applies to the 2nd Commandment… Hosea 2:5 5] For their mother hath played the harlot: she that/we had repented and heard God at that time, we would never have had to fight World War II, Korea, or Viet Nam. We should have been sending out missionaries, not soldiers/keeping faith is the debasement of its currency: inflation = 50% in ten years. Ours: 13% per year! Another is failure to honor treaties and trade agreements Repudiated the Bretton Woods/


Political History of Europe II 1 Slides 2. J. ROBERT WEGS & ROBERT LADRECH CHAPTER 1: A BIPOLAR WORLD 2.

devastation.  France had been defeated & occupied by Germany early in the War & suffered from economic & political weaknesses & divisions.  Britain, as the world’s greatest imperial power and 2nd largest creditor nation before WWII may have seemed to have greater potential for / was in essence pointing to the final political, military and ideological division of Europe that was within a year to become a much more evident reality. 26 27 http://img.radio.cz/pictures/historie/churchill_zelezn a_opona.jpg /


Cold War Around the World World Grouped into 3 sectionsWorld Grouped into 3 sections –1st world- U.S. and allies –2nd world- Soviets and allies –3rd world-

Cold War Around the World World Grouped into 3 sectionsWorld Grouped into 3 sections –1st world- U.S. and allies –2nd world- Soviets and allies –3rd world- developing nations- often characterized by poverty and political instability- places /him keep power until 1979- flees country comes to US for cancer treatment- fundamentalist group takes over- Iranian hostage crisis- 1 year- 60 hostages- fighting between Iran and IraqIran- US supports shah (dictator) stops his overthrow helps him keep power until 1979-/


World War I Notes Causes of WWI – MANIA! M ilitarism - policy of building up a strong military to prepare for war A lliances – agreements between nations.

of the Somme started on July 1st 1916. It lasted until November 1916. For many years those who lead the British campaign have received a lot of criticism for the way the Battle/ been blamed for the slaughter of thousands of men who were under his control in World War One. The Battle of the Somme was one of his worst fights were 60,000/ offensive cost the British Expeditionary Force around 310,000 men. Battle of the Marne (2nd) During the summer of 1918 the Germans began to advance towards the Marne again. /


Ch. 11: World War II, 1939 - 1945 Ch. 11.1: Paths to War.

/watch ?v=zCrw_uMWlgI Omaha Beach: American Cemetery; Pointe du Hoc Memorial The World War II Pointe du Hoc Ranger Monument was erected by the French to honor elements of the American 2nd Ranger Battalion. During the American assault of Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944/killed. Iwo Jima was Japanese home soil, part of Japan, only 650 miles from Tokyo. No foreign army in Japans 5000 year history had trod on Japanese soil. To the US, Iwo Jimas importance lay in its location, midway between Japan and American bomber/


Chapter 7: The Road to Revolution 1763-1775 “The Revolution was effected before the war commenced. The Revolution was in the minds and hearts of the people.”

Revolution differs from American War for Independence b/c: American War for Independence = 8 years American Revolution = century + ½  started with 1st settlement  English colonies were settled by discontented and rebellious in spirit against old world ways (religion)  / a whole) Bloodshed, cont.  Congress to meet again May 1775 if 1st didn’t succeed – sent Olive Branch Petition 2nd time  April 1775, British troops sent to Concord & Lexington to seize gunpowder & to bag ringleaders (Sam Adams & John/


A Local Conflict Goes Global. GPS Standards: SSWH16 The student will demonstrate an understanding of long term causes of World War I and its global impact.

war on Germany to make the “world safe for democracy”.  America entered the war with financial and military support.  By the time the U.S. entered the war European nations have been fighting for 3 years with losses totaling more than the wars of the previous 300 years combined.  War/ army was weary and weakened.  140,000 U.S. troops aided the allies in fighting off the Germans in the 2nd battle of the Marne. 2 Million more American troops came in to play and slowly advanced toward Germany.  The Central /


A Divided Nation: The Civil War.

enemies of progress and damp the spirits of its friends all over the civilized world.” John Stuart Mill Document 3 “It is of infinite moment that you should/ 387 soldiers killed while the South lost 460. The South won the battle. 2nd Manassas or 2nd Bull Run, VA August 29-30, 1862 The general for the Confederate was / Although the war was to continue for two more horrible years, the Confederacy would never recover from the losses of Gettysburg. The Gettysburg Address Four score and seven years ago our fathers/


Colonization Through the Civil War

this shot ‘round the world! Colonization Through the Civil War Mrs. Klos’s Super 100 Greatest American History Facts Colonization Through the Civil War “It’s cooler than /Greatest American History Facts Colonization Through the Civil War “It’s cooler than ICE!” I should win “Father of the Year” for this. 41. James Madison is / shall not be infringed.” 2nd Amendment Colonization Through the Civil War Mrs. Klos’s Super 100 Greatest American History Facts Colonization Through the Civil War “It’s cooler than/


1 MH-19: The Cold War & The Nuclear Era. 2 The Cold War & The Nuclear Era: Strategic Overview Post world war II divisions: a world divided –US & Western.

? 8 Atomic Arms Race Birth of the A-Bomb: –Role of Hitler & World War II –Einstein’s role => convincing FDR to act Manhattan Project: –MG Graves / duplication – Triad system developed for assured retaliation McNamara revised the Strategy for assured 2nd strike: –Assured destruction evolved to=> mutual assured destruction* *(After Soviet Union achieve/ major goal & objectives: –Rebuild Europe –$106 Billion expended over 4 years (in Fiscal year 2006 dollars) –($$$ amount in red bars on map) –Eliminate root/


WAR WITH IRAN? A Geopolitical Backgrounder Dr. Zoltán Grossman Member of the Faculty (Geography & Native American Studies) The Evergreen State College,

1908 Start of Anglo-Persian Oil-- the future British Petroleum (BP) British and Russians occupy Persia during World War I Oil economy 10% of world reserves (2nd to Saudi Arabia) Most oil in SW, in Arab minority region of Khuzestan Reza Shah, 1921 Reza Shah/ dealing with movements that resort to terrorist methods in pursuit of their grievances against the Iranian regime. In the past year there has been a wave of unrest in ethnic minority border areas of Iran, with bombing and assassination campaigns against /


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