Ppt on world war ii

Week 28: March 14-18, 2016 Cold War (Ch. 18, 37-40)

ones own way.” - Viktor Frankl The holocaust was a watershed event in human history. In the aftermath of World War II, the world—from individual nations to the United Nations; from religious leaders to professionals in fields as diverse as law, medicine/ A program implemented by the United States in 1948 to help bolster the economies of European countries trying to recover after World War II. blockade — A military strategy that attempts to isolate a country by preventing the movement of its people and goods./


HISTORY 3040 CANADA AND THE WORLD Dr. Curtis Cole Trent University in Oshawa World War II Part One January 25, 2010.

 Padlock Act  Conscription introduced in U.K. World War II: Part One  EVENTS LEADING TO WAR “No Canadian conscription for overseas duty.” Mackenzie King, March 1939 World War II: Part One  EVENTS LEADING TO WAR Royal Tour, 1939 World War II: Part One  EVENTS LEADING TO WAR Nazi-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact August 23, 1939 World War II: Part One  EVENTS LEADING TO WAR World War II: Part One  EVENTS LEADING TO WAR British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain  Anglo-Polish/


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

in turn encircle opposing troops and force surrender. Atlantic Charter Joint declaration released by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill on August 14, 1941. World War II World War II FR waits to be attacked; FR waits to be attacked; GR invades other nations in Europe: Denmark, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg (April-May 1940) GR invades other nations in Europe/


Ch. 32: World War II (1939-1945). WEST & THE WORLD Ch. 32 Secs. 1,2,4: World War II Name:________________________ Date:________________________ Key EventSignificance.

move within striking distance of Japan -US forces fight hard, bloody battles to capture ________________________ islands -Japan surrenders after US uses ___________________________ against _________________________________________ in Aug. 1945 MAJOR CONFERENCES OF WORLD WAR II ConferenceWho attended? Results Casablanca (Jan. 1943) -Roosevelt, Churchill, reps. of Stalin -FDR and Churchill agree to invade Italy to open second front -Allies will demand unconditional surrender of Germany and/


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

in turn encircle opposing troops and force surrender. Atlantic Charter Joint declaration released by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill on August 14, 1941. World War II World War II FR waits to be attacked; FR waits to be attacked; GR invades other nations in Europe: Denmark, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg (April-May 1940) GR invades other nations in Europe/


Chapter 31 World War II. CHALLENGES TO WORLD PEACE  many dictators will take aggressive actions in the early 1930s  these aggressive actions were met.

) they would divide up Poland and Eastern Europe. 2) they would divide up Poland and Eastern Europe. Chapter 31 Section 2 The Start of World War II START OF WORLD WAR II  on September 1, 1939 Germany invaded Poland starting World War II. START OF WORLD WAR II  The Germans launched the or lightning warfare (planes, tanks, and mechanized units of 1,250,000 men) swept into Poland (Polish air force destroyed/


Restructuring the Post-War World Summer Academy Semester 2, Days 11-12 Part 2.

reasserted its colonial aims there. France’s problem, however, was that colonialism was a dying institution. World War II had strengthened nationalist movements while weakening the economic and military positions of traditional European powers. In Vietnam,/reasserted its colonial aims there. France’s problem, however, was that colonialism was a dying institution. World War II had strengthened nationalist movements while weakening the economic and military positions of traditional European powers. In Vietnam,/


World War II I. The Road to War –A. Totalitarianism: State control over all facets of life 1. Fascist Italy – Benito Mussolini 2. Soviet Russia – Joseph.

European conflict” 1. Neutrality Acts –i) 1935: US may not provide weapons to nations at warii) 1936: US may not provide loans to nations at war World War II II. US Responses –B. Mid-late 1930’s: As US econ. shows signs of recovery, /– Ad. Chester Nimitz decides to successfully defend & counter-attack –i) Battle fought entirely in the air –ii) Japanese Air-force severely damaged World War II VII. War in the Pacific –C. Island-Hopping 1. Guadalcanal - 1942- 43: First large-scale jungle combat for US/


World War II. Womens Auxillary Army Corps (WAACs) women in the army Womens Auxillary Army Corps (WAACs) women in the army Womens Air Force Service Pilots.

were done to the Japanese Americans during WWII. - President George Bush in 1990 - President George Bush in 1990 War in Europe World War II Allies – Great Britain, Soviet Union, and the U.S. Allies – Great Britain, Soviet Union, and the U/replaced. Hitler lost soldiers and weapons that couldnt be replaced. Hitlers last offensive attack... Hitlers last offensive attack... World War II Soviet troops invaded Berlin, Germany. Soviet troops invaded Berlin, Germany. Hitler was dead. Hitler was dead. One /


World History and Geography: Commonwealth of Virginia

Africa, Europe, Asia, and the Pacific Islands. Leadership was essential to the Allied victory. Essential Understandings What were the causes of World War II? What were the major events of World War II? Who were the major leaders of World War II? Essential Questions Lee Anderson MHS Elements leading to the Holocaust Examples of other genocides Genocide: The systematic and purposeful destruction of a racial, political, religious, or cultural/


Wartime America: World War II v. Vietnam War

Question: What was national support like in wartime America during World War II and the Vietnam War? On the Road to War: World War II A Period of Isolationism After breaking the isolationist policy during World War I in 1917, the United States returned to their /Library. 18 Jan. 2002. Princeton University. 2 June 2007. . Don‘t Let That Shadow Touch Them: Buy War Bonds. The Art of War: World War II Posters From the Government Documents Collection. West Texas A&M University. 3 June 2007. . "During the Vietnam /


Foreign Policy (1). Outline history of US Foreign Policy (FP) from isolationism thru Cold War to post-Cold War era. (2). Define the following key FP terms:

; US Foreign Policy (FP) A Brief History 1798-1941 The Isolationist Era 1942-1945 World War II (start of “Globalism”) 1946-1989 The Cold War 1990-present Post-Cold War New category after 9/11/2001 Let’s examine these periods in greater detail Brief History/Neo-isolationism: The idea that the United States should reduce its role in world affairs and return to a foreign policy similar to the one it pursued before World War II. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO): A military alliance founded in 1949 /


World History Junior Blitz.

other nationalist SSWH17. The student will be able to identify the major political and economic factors that shaped world societies between World War I and World War II. [QCC standards WH19, WH21, WH22] b. Determine the causes and results of the Russian Revolution / steppingstones to the next objective. In this way, American forces gradually moved north to Japan itself. World War II in the Pacific 4 World War II in the Pacific Defeating Nazi Germany 4 Defeating Nazi Germany To win the assault on Germany, the/


World War II 1939-1945 US entry in 1941.

, south to Egypt, and West to the English Channel. The total estimated human loss of life caused by World War II, irrespective of political alignment, was roughly 62 million people. The civilian toll was around 37 million, the military/ major difference in the number of deaths and amputations caused by infected wounds amongst Allied forces Weapons of World War II Plastic explosives Flame throwers Proximity fuses Rockets Jet airplanes Atomic weapons Chemical gases/genocide Weaponry Aircraft – Superior/


Splash Screen.

demands in order to avoid conflict __ 2. name given to sudden violent offensive attacks the Germans used during World War II; “lightning war” A A. appeasement B. blitzkrieg B Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the /. accepting demands in order to avoid conflict __ 9. name given to sudden violent offensive attacks the Germans used during World War II; “lightning war” C A. fascism B. internationalism C. appeasement D. blitzkrieg E. Holocaust F. concentration camp G. extermination camp H/


End of WORLD WAR II Yalta Conference Feb. 1945. WORLD WAR II Met to discuss post war Europe Reestablished Poland borders Russia agreed to enter war in.

, 1945 The Emperor in the first radio broadcast told Japanese people that Japan was surrendering End of WORLD WAR II First time ever Japanese people actually heard their Emperor speak End of WORLD WAR II Japan surrendered on September 2, 1945 Unconditional except Emperor was allowed to stay End of WORLD WAR II World War II was over Lucky Yamaguchi, The Man Who Survived Both The Hiroshima And Nagasaki Atomic Bombs Died/


World War I.

. Economic Conditions By 1914, economic conditions were so bad that World War I provided some relief Czar Nicholas II hoped the war would unite the country and rally the citizens around his leadership 2. World War I Military Russia’s army was around 6 million at the start of the war Russia was ill-prepared for war Russia’s factories could not produce the amount of ammunition or/


World War II Interactive Webquest.

shall return”. A = General Douglas MacArthur World War II Leaders _____ He was commander of the Allied forces in Europe during World War II and the architect of D-Day. A = General Dwight D. Eisnhower World War II Leaders _____ He was Prime Minister of Great Britain during World War II. A = Winston Churchill World War II Leaders _____ He was head of the Nationalist Government of China during World War II where he led troops against the/


The Cold War American Studies.

World War II, the primary goal of the United Nations has been to A. restore world trade disrupted by World War II. B. encourage industrial growth begun during World War II. C. establish policies to help nations pay World War II debts. D. intervene in world conflicts to prevent another war such as World War II/now members of NATO In 1949 they were Communist! Practice Question In the years following World War II, there emerged the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the Warsaw Pact nations. These are /


World War II.

Soviet Union during World War II. Who was the dictator of Germany during World War II? Adolf Hitler was the dictator of Germany during World War II. Who was the dictator of Italy during World War II? Benito Mussolini was the dictator of Italy during World War II. Who was the prime minister of Japan during World War II? Hideki Tojo was the prime minister of Japan during World War II. Who was the emperor of Japan during World War II? Hirohito was the/


World History GHSGT Review.

. SSWH17 The student will be able to identify the major political and economic factors that shaped world societies between World War I and World War II. Lenin – leader of the Bolsheviks (socialist party). B. Determine the causes and results of/alliance – Axis Powers SSWH18. The student will demonstrate an understanding of the global political, economic, and social impact of World War II. Began when Hitler (Germany) invaded Poland in 1939. A. Describe the major conflicts and outcomes; include Pearl Harbor and/


World War II Daily Agenda 1. Rise of Dictators 2. Causes of World War II 3. Early Pacific Events.

throughout the Russian empire. Named the USSR in 1922 http://www.biography.com/people/vladimir-lenin-9379007 World War II Dictators continued Joseph Stalin Became Dictator of Soviet Union in 1926 Adolf HitlerJan 30, 1933 appointed Prime Minister/ March 7, 1936 – Germany invades the Rhineland, a demilitarized zone. identify reasons for U.S. involvement in World War II, including Italian, German, and Japanese dictatorships and their aggression, especially the attack on Pearl Harbor. Early Events in /


Leaving Certificate History Belfast during World War II: helping students to assess historical significance

Resonant Resulting in change Which are most applicable to Belfast in World War II? Belfast during World War II A two-pronged enquiry to bring the significance of particular events and developments to the fore: o In what significant ways did World War II affect Belfast? o In what significant ways did Belfast affect the conduct of World War II? Belfast during World War II: an overview Involvement: why? Potential contribution? Implications of involvement? Contrasts/


The Great Depression and World War II

of Czechoslovakia. Britain and France yield to Hitler’s demands in policy of appeasement. In September 1939, Hitler attacked Poland, staring World War II. Germany introduced a new form of rapid warfare – the blitzkrieg – using tanks, aircraft, and trucks. Nazi Germany quickly conquered/ remain on the throne, but his powers were drastically reduced The Global Impact of World War II World War II was a global conflict whose destruction was unparalleled As many as seventy million people died Much of Europe and Asia/


World War II (1939–1945).

the world by the 1980s.China returned to its pre-war industrial production by 1952. Impact Casualties and war crimes Main articles: World War II casualties and War crimes during World War II World War II deaths Estimates for the total casualties of the war vary,/ 18 million people in Far East Asia. Occupation Main articles: Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II, Resistance during World War II, and German-occupied Europe In Europe, occupation came under two very different forms. In Western, /


PIGEON HEROES BY NATALY, NATHAN, SIERRA. PIGEONS IN THE WARS During World War II,a factory in Monmouth, New Jersey made parachutes for pigeons to enable.

, and France. The Axis powers were Germany, Japan,and Italy. The Theaters of World War II World War II was fought in Pacific and European theaters. Why the war started. The war was caused by problems left over from World War I. Also Adolf Hitler and Japan wanted more land and power. When it became a World War. It became a world war when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor and the U.S. joined the/


Power Point Magazine: Part 1 - America: How We Lived.

YOUR OWN WORDS. You must hand in all of your notes when you have finished your presentation.. 50 points DAY 1: World War II and the Holocaust- worth 10 points DAY 2: Pre- World War II or Post World War II- worth 10 points DAY 3: Battles of World War II or the American Home front - worth 10 points Cover Page = 5 points Creativity = 5 points Time limit of 2 min. maximum/


Mapping The Pacific Theater

World War II Mapping The Pacific Theater World War II World War II Follow along on your blank Pacific map to trace the course of World War Two in the European Theater World War II Overview: The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor is one of the most memorable events of World War Two. It caused the United States to officially enter World War/ bombs on Japan (Hiroshima and Nagasaki), leading to a quick surrender. Antarctica World War II Map Activity Step 1: Label these geographic features Step 2: Shade in the/


Cold War Mrs. Saunders.

European communist satellites, which were also experiencing a rising feeling of nationalism. A satellite is a nation that is formally independent but dominated by another power. As the Cold War developed after World War II, most of the nations of Eastern Europe became satellites of the Soviet Union. These Russian satellites included Poland, East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary, and Romania. The Solidarity labor movement/


World History Daily Warm Ups

what’s going on in this political cartoon. HINT: USE PAGES 910-914 SSWH17 The student will be able to identify the major political and economic factors that shaped world societies between World War I and World War II. c. Describe the rise of fascism in Europe and Asia by comparing the policies of Benito Mussolini in Italy, Adolf Hitler in Germany, and Hirohito in Japan/


World War II: The End, Impact, & Effects of the War

president had served four terms, and during that time, guided the U.S. through both the Great Depression and World War II. Grieving Americans worried about how the future would unfold without him. Harry S. Truman Becomes President Harry S. /occupation government used its control of newspapers and magazines to explain and popularize democracy. World War II Statistics World War II took the lives of more people than any other war in history. Eastern Europe and East Asia suffered the heaviest losses. Germany and/


World History GHSGT Review.

. SSWH17 The student will be able to identify the major political and economic factors that shaped world societies between World War I and World War II. Lenin – leader of the Bolsheviks (socialist party). B. Determine the causes and results of/alliance – Axis Powers SSWH18. The student will demonstrate an understanding of the global political, economic, and social impact of World War II. Began when Hitler (Germany) invaded Poland in 1939. A. Describe the major conflicts and outcomes; include Pearl Harbor and/


CHAPTER 26 World War II The West Encounters and Transformations Levack/Muir/Veldman/Maas Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Longman, Copyright 2007.

camps From 1942, trains carry Jews to camps Roma Porojmos (the Devouring) Homosexuals C. Allies Response Knowledge of death camps from June, 1942 Nuremberg trials November 14, 1945 Chapter 26: World War II Levack et al., The West: Encounters and Transformations Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Longman, Copyright 2007 V. The Home Front A. Resistance Warsaw ghetto Repel Germans temporarily Free French Charles/


World War IISection 4 March 7, 2014 SWBAT… describe the political, social and economic impact of World War II Warm-Up: Use the Wordle below to create one.

Potsdam, the three sides discussed many issues concerning postwar Europe, but often had difficulty reaching agreement. World War IISection 4 End of World War II http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJySW_GF_jY Charlie Chaplin http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcvjoWOwnn4 Boy in/democracy labor unions were declared illegal A major factor in the economic recoveries of Japan and West Germany after World War II was their desire to avoid an invasion from China acceptance into the United Nations ability to produce nuclear /


The U.S. History Review By Miguel A. Rivera. What are some characteristics of World War II?

limited amounts based on one’s power over another Rationing – giving limited amounts based on one’s power over another World War II 1939 World War II begins as Germany invades Poland World War II 1941 Japan surprise attack on Pearl Harbor World War II 1941 U.S. declares war on Japan and enters World War II World War II 1944 D-Day invasion on Normandy World War II 1945 U.S. drops Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki essentially ending the/


World War II VUS 10a.

the Japanese leaders surrendered, avoiding the need for American forces to invade Japan. Minorities in World War II VUS 10c Essential Understandings World War II solidified the nation’s role as a global power and ushered in social changes and /end discriminatory hiring practices. Essential Questions How did women and minorities contribute to America’s efforts during World War II? Women During World War II Women increasingly participated in the workforce to replace men serving in the military (e.g., Rosie/


How did World War II change Europe and the world?

Strategy: World War II Placemat In each corner of the World War II Placemat, students will write information they already know about World War II. Such as why it started, who won, effects of World War II, etc. Summary of World War II Read the Summary of World War II provided by the teacher and make a timeline of the major causes and events of World War II. Summary of World War II http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_O4Lf9qyuFo Use the World War II Graphic Organizer/


America in World War II, 1941–1945

capacity of the United States. Campaign Against the Japanese, Hollywood, California, 1923 Long before Japanese Americans were interned during World War II as a security risk, they faced intense discrimination throughout the United States. Campaign Against the Japanese, Hollywood, California, /Not live to see The end of the war He dies April 12 1945 World War II in Europe and North Africa, 1939–1945 Map 35.4 World War II in Europe and North Africa, 1939–1945 World War II in Europe and North Africa, 1939–1945/


World War II American History II.

Navajo language. Several examples: "besh- lo" (iron fish) meant "submarine," "dah-he- tih-hi" (hummingbird) meant "fighter plane" and "debeh-li-zine" (black street) meant "squad." Native Americans in World War II The War in the Pacific Because the Allies were concentrating their efforts in Europe, the Japanese were able to win some early victories. But by June 1942, the Allies stopped the Japanese/


Prelude to World War II Connect developments related to World War I with the onset of World War II.

Response (Practice Test Booklet 2005) Analyze how the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, at the end of World War I, helped lead into World War II. (4 points) Write your answer in the answer document. OGT Short Answer (Practice Test Booklet 2005) Explain/of the Munich Pact D. German seizure of Czechoslovakia OGT Multiple Choice (Practice Test Booklet 2005) The United States entered World War II as a result of A. Japan attacking Pearl Harbor B. Japan invading Manchuria C. Germany bombing Great Britain D./


World War II. In what years did World War II take place?

Britain during World War II? Winston Churchill was the prime minister of Britain during World War II. Who was the dictator of the Soviet Union during World War II? Joseph Stalin the dictator of the Soviet Union during World War II. Who was the dictator of Germany during World War II? Adolf Hitler the dictator of Germany during World War II. Who was the dictator of Italy during World War II? Benito Mussolini was the dictator of Italy during World War II. Who was/


32 World War II, 1939–1945 Hitler’s Lightning War

MATTERS NOW Carving out an empire, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in Hawaii and brought the United States into World War II. World War II established the role of the United States as a leading player in international affairs. Assessment Japan Strikes in/ do you think that many Europeans favored communism directly following World War II? THINK ABOUT • World War II destruction • pre-World War II governments • economic concerns ANSWER Possible Responses: • People lost faith in leaders of the past who/


America’s Involvement in World War II

to behavior that represented the total opposite of that of the Axis powers. The Atlantic Charter was the World War II equivalent of World War I’s Fourteen Points (only that it came prior to American involvement). It established the aims of American/Soviet Union “Cash and Carry” policy Practice Question #8 On the “Home Front”, U.S. involvement in World War II brought about: Increased labor violence Increased spending on consumer goods Strict limits on corporate profits Increased employment of women An/


SCOA MDW DOA Doctrine EOA FOA TOA TOA EOA SCOA MDW DOA FOA Ex

Operational Art and the U.S. Army." - Kelly, Justin and Mike Brennan, “The Leavenworth Heresy and the Perversion of Operational Art,” T106: Theory of Operational Art II - Harrison, Richard W. Architect of Soviet Victory in World War II: The Life and Theories of G.S. Isserson. - Isserson, G.S. “The Evolution of Operational Art,” - Gat, Azar. A History of Military Thought. Enabling Learning Objective/


Chapter 23: Georgia and World War II STUDY PRESENTATION © 2010 Clairmont Press.

Press Section 1: Causes of World War II Causes of World War IICauses of World War II Section 2: The Georgia Home Front During World War II The Georgia Home Front During World War IIThe Georgia Home Front During World War II Section 3: Georgia Politics in World War II Georgia Politics in World War IIGeorgia Politics in World War II 2 Section 1: Causes of World War II  Essential Question How did Georgians contribute to the war effort? 3 Section 1: Causes of World War II  What terms do I/


World War II Who was president during World War II? Franklin D. RooseveltFranklin D. Roosevelt.

became the slogan of African-Americans on the home front during World War II? Victory in war and equality at homeVictory in war and equality at home Were the United States armed forces racially segregated during World War II? YesYes During World War II, what group of African-American flyers served with distinction in Europe? The Tuskegee AirmenThe Tuskegee Airmen During World War II, what Japanese-American regiments earned a high number of decorations/


World War II 1939-1945. World War II Study Guide 1.Identify at least 3 causes of World War II: (1)rise of Hitler/fascism; (2) appeasement; (3) Japanese.

the Four Vagabonds. Eventually 2.5 million women went to work in shipyards, aircraft factories and other manufacturing plants. World War II: Key Terms (p. 610-648) Rosie the Riveter Bracero Program Great Migration Zoot Suit Riots Japanese American Relocation (/ Zoot-suiters Japanese Internment United States Executive Order 9066 : a United States presidential executive order signed and issued during World War II by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt on February 19, 1942. The order cleared the way for the /


Lecture World War II World History Pair-Share What do you already KNOW about WWII? What do you WANT to learn about WWII? What do you PREDICT we will.

iii.Japan surrendered on August 14, 1945 7. From World War to Cold War A.costs of World War II were enormous i.51 million people dead worldwide ii.millions of refugees iii.lands in Europe and Asia in ruins Churchill Roosevelt Stalin 7. From World War to Cold War A.costs of World War II were enormous i.75 million people dead worldwide ii.millions of refugees iii.lands in Europe and Asia/


INDUSTRIALIZATION.. The establishment of trusts in the post Civil War period is best explained as the result of The prevalence of intense competition.

in the stabilization of banks and restoration of faith in them by the public. WORLD WAR II AND CONTAINMENT On the West Coast during World War II Japanese American war: relocated to camps in remote areas and dispossessed of their homes and businesses. /President Truman’s: civil rights programs. What were they specifically opposed to? Native Americans contributed to the war effort during World War II by: joining the military in large numbers and using native languages in military code work The North Atlantic /


THE PLAUSABILITY OF ECONOMICS SCENARIO OF WORLD WARS I AND II: AN EXPERIENTIAL STUDY OF UK, GERMANY AND FRANCE.

of bleak performance in terms of deficit i.e. 6312.2 million pounds. (Tabular and Graphical Representation) World War II  The open hostility and simmering feelings of revenge in German soldiers after the treaty foreshadowed the start of World War II.  Second World War – often called a continuation of First World War, started in 1939 with Germany’s invasion of Poland. Italy, Germany and Japan formed an alliance called “Axis/


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