HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION:
1648 TO PRESENT
MEETING 24:
WORLD WAR II AND THE SHOAH
I. The Political Stage
A. The Road to War
October 1911
10 October
Wuchang Rebellion against Qing
dynasty (Xinhai Revolutio...
September 1931
18 September
Japanese invade Manchuria
July 1937
7 July
War declared between China and
Japan (Second Sino-J...
I. The Political Stage
A. The Road to War
1. Spanish Civil War
1868 Overthrow of Queen Isabella II (House of Bourbon)
1873...
I. The Political Stage
A. The Road to War
1. Spanish Civil War
a. General Franco and
the Nacionales
b. Republicanos
Pablo Picasso. Guernica. 1937. oil on canvas. 349 cm × 776 cm. Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain. Designed on behalf of the...
Joan Miró. Aidez L'Espagne. 1937. lithograph.
Inscription: “In this present battle I see on the fascist
side just the outd...
I. The Political Stage
A. The Road to War
1. Spanish Civil War
a. General Franco and
the Nacionales
b. Republicanos
c. Int...
September 1931
18 September
Japanese invade Manchuria
July 1937
7 July
War declared between China and
Japan (Second Sino-J...
I. The Political Stage
A. The Road to War
1. Spanish Civil War
2. Second Sino-Japanese
War (July 7, 1937-
September 9, 194...
I. The Political Stage
A. The Road to War
1. Spanish Civil War
2. Second Sino-Japanese
War (July 7, 1937-
September 9, 194...
I. The Political Stage
A. The Road to War
1. Spanish Civil War
2. Second Sino-Japanese
War (July 7, 1937-
September 9, 194...
I. The Political Stage
A. The Road to War
B. WWII in Europe
1. Warfare
August 1939
23 August 1939
German-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact
September 1939
1 September
Germany invades Poland
17 Septembe...
December 1940
6 December
Japanese invade French Indochina
June 1941
US begins oil embargo of Japan in response to
invasion...
Georgii Zelma. Soviet soldier waving the Red Banner over the central plaza of Stalingrad. 1943. Allgemeiner Deutscher
Nach...
D-Day, 6 June 1944. US National Archives
I. The Political Stage
A. The Road to War
B. WWII in Europe
1. Warfare
2. Home Front
a. Rosie the Riveter
Alfred T. Palmer...
I. The Political Stage
A. The Road to War
B. WWII in Europe
1. Warfare
2. Home Front
a. Rosie the Riveter
b. Propaganda
WW...
I. The Political Stage
A. The Road to War
B. WWII in Europe
1. Warfare
2. Home Front
3. The Shoah: Discussion
I. The Political Stage
A. The Road to War
B. WWII in Europe
C. WWII in the Pacific
1. Warfare
December 1940
6 December
Japanese invade French Indochina
June 1941
US begins oil embargo of Japan in response to
invasion...
I. The Political Stage
A. The Road to War
B. WWII in Europe
C. WWII in the Pacific
1. Warfare
2. The Home Front
ca. 1920. ...
19 February 1942: Roosevelt signs United States Executive Order 9066, legalizing internment camps.
Forces deportation of 1...
I. The Political Stage
A. The Road to War
B. WWII in Europe
C. WWII in the Pacific
1. Warfare
2. The Home Front
3. The Nuc...
“There were people, barely breathing, trying
to push their intestines back in. People with
their legs wrenched off. Or wit...
The human toll of a nuclear blast.
Msnbc.com's Dara Brown looks back at the
devastating aftermath of Hiroshima and
Nagasak...
H114 Meeting 24: WWII and the Shoah
H114 Meeting 24: WWII and the Shoah
H114 Meeting 24: WWII and the Shoah
H114 Meeting 24: WWII and the Shoah
H114 Meeting 24: WWII and the Shoah
H114 Meeting 24: WWII and the Shoah
H114 Meeting 24: WWII and the Shoah
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  1. 1. HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION: 1648 TO PRESENT MEETING 24: WORLD WAR II AND THE SHOAH
  2. 2. I. The Political Stage A. The Road to War October 1911 10 October Wuchang Rebellion against Qing dynasty (Xinhai Revolution) January 1912 1 January Republic of China established under Provisional President Sun Yat-sen and the Kuomintang Party (KMT) 1913-1927 China split by factions and rival governments July 1921 Communist Party of China forms 1927 Chiang Kai-shek and the Kuomintang Party (KMT) establish a new government in Nanking, making it a priority to undermine Soviet influence and the increasingly popular Communist party. Civil War begins. 1914-1918 WWI/Russian Revolution 1918-1921 Russian Civil War 1922 Mussolini’s March on Rome 1927 Joseph Stalin consolidates power
  3. 3. September 1931 18 September Japanese invade Manchuria July 1937 7 July War declared between China and Japan (Second Sino-Japanese War) 12 December 1937-February 1937 Nanking Massacre. Japanese army kills over 200,000 POWs and civilians. 20,000 women raped. October 1929 29 October US Stock Market Crash January 1933 30 January Hitler appointed Chancellor of Germany March 1933 23 March Enabling Act gives Hitler ability to create laws without approval of Reichstag 1936-1939 Spanish Civil War March 1938 12 March Anschluss, annexation of Austria September 1938 30 September Munich Pact
  4. 4. I. The Political Stage A. The Road to War 1. Spanish Civil War 1868 Overthrow of Queen Isabella II (House of Bourbon) 1873 Abdication of King Amadeo I (House of Savoy) 1873-74 1st Spanish Republic 1874 Restoration of Bourbons, Alfonso XII (r. 1874-85) 1886-31 Alfonso XIII 1923-30 Dictatorship of Miguel Primo de Rivera (Prime Minister) 1931 Abdication of Alfonso XIII 1931-36 2nd Spanish Republic 1936-39 Civil War
  5. 5. I. The Political Stage A. The Road to War 1. Spanish Civil War a. General Franco and the Nacionales b. Republicanos
  6. 6. Pablo Picasso. Guernica. 1937. oil on canvas. 349 cm × 776 cm. Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain. Designed on behalf of the Spanish Republican government of the Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne at the 1937 World's Fair in Paris.
  7. 7. Joan Miró. Aidez L'Espagne. 1937. lithograph. Inscription: “In this present battle I see on the fascist side just the outdated forces, and on the other side, the people whose immense creative resources which will give Spain a power which will astonish the whole world”
  8. 8. I. The Political Stage A. The Road to War 1. Spanish Civil War a. General Franco and the Nacionales b. Republicanos c. International Involvement
  9. 9. September 1931 18 September Japanese invade Manchuria July 1937 7 July War declared between China and Japan (Second Sino-Japanese War) 12 December 1937-February 1937 Nanking Massacre. Japanese army kills over 200,000 POWs and civilians. 20,000 women raped. October 1929 29 October US Stock Market Crash January 1933 30 January Hitler appointed Chancellor of Germany March 1933 23 March Enabling Act gives Hitler ability to create laws without approval of Reichstag 1936-1939 Spanish Civil War March 1938 12 March Anschluss, annexation of Austria September 1938 30 September Munich Pact
  10. 10. I. The Political Stage A. The Road to War 1. Spanish Civil War 2. Second Sino-Japanese War (July 7, 1937- September 9, 1945), Don't fear death, don't love money, love the nation, love the people / Bupa si bu ai qian ai guojia ai baixing ( 不怕死不爱钱爱国家爱百姓 ). ca. 1937. Publisher: Junshi weiyuanhui zhengxunchu ( 军事委 员会政训处 ). 64.5x39 cm. Landsberger collection, BG D25/196. http://chineseposters.net/posters/d25- 196.php
  11. 11. I. The Political Stage A. The Road to War 1. Spanish Civil War 2. Second Sino-Japanese War (July 7, 1937- September 9, 1945) 3. Hitler’s Actions
  12. 12. I. The Political Stage A. The Road to War 1. Spanish Civil War 2. Second Sino-Japanese War (July 7, 1937- September 9, 1945) 3. Hitler’s Actions a. Remilitarization of Rhineland (1936) b. Anschluss, annexation of Austria (1938) c. Sudetenland and Appeasement (1938) Neville Chamberlain Holding Munich Pact
  13. 13. I. The Political Stage A. The Road to War B. WWII in Europe 1. Warfare
  14. 14. August 1939 23 August 1939 German-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact September 1939 1 September Germany invades Poland 17 September USSR invades Poland November 1939 30 November USSR invades Finland April 1940 9 April Germany invades Denmark and Norway May 1940 10 May 1940 German Army invades France, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands
  15. 15. December 1940 6 December Japanese invade French Indochina June 1941 US begins oil embargo of Japan in response to invasion of French Indochina July 1941 Japanese invade Dutch Indochina to secure oil supplies December 1941 6 December Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor June 1940 10 June 1940 Italy declares war on Britain and France 22 June 1940 Germany defeats France July 1940 10 July Battle of Britain Begins September 1940 27 September Japan joins Axis powers December 1940 9 December Britain begins counteroffensive in N. Africa June 1941 22 June Germany invades USSR (Operation Barbarossa) August 25 to September 17, 1941 Britain and USSR invade Iran to secure oil fields
  16. 16. Georgii Zelma. Soviet soldier waving the Red Banner over the central plaza of Stalingrad. 1943. Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst - Zentralbild (Bild 183). Accession number: Bild 183-W0506-316.
  17. 17. D-Day, 6 June 1944. US National Archives
  18. 18. I. The Political Stage A. The Road to War B. WWII in Europe 1. Warfare 2. Home Front a. Rosie the Riveter Alfred T. Palmer, U.S. Office of War Information. A "Rosie the Riveter" operating a hand drill at Vultee-Nashville, Tennessee, working on an A-31 Vengeance dive bomber. c. February 1943. Library of Congress, call number LC-USW36-295 (P&P)
  19. 19. I. The Political Stage A. The Road to War B. WWII in Europe 1. Warfare 2. Home Front a. Rosie the Riveter b. Propaganda WWII Propaganda Poster. Indiana World War Memorial.
  20. 20. I. The Political Stage A. The Road to War B. WWII in Europe 1. Warfare 2. Home Front 3. The Shoah: Discussion
  21. 21. I. The Political Stage A. The Road to War B. WWII in Europe C. WWII in the Pacific 1. Warfare
  22. 22. December 1940 6 December Japanese invade French Indochina June 1941 US begins oil embargo of Japan in response to invasion of French Indochina July 1941 Japanese invade Dutch Indochina to secure oil supplies December 1941 6 December Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor June 1940 10 June 1940 Italy declares war on Britain and France 22 June 1940 Germany defeats France July 1940 10 July Battle of Britain Begins September 1940 27 September Japan joins Axis powers December 1940 9 December Britain begins counteroffensive in N. Africa June 1941 22 June Germany invades USSR (Operation Barbarossa) August 25 to September 17, 1941 Britain and USSR invade Iran to secure oil fields
  23. 23. I. The Political Stage A. The Road to War B. WWII in Europe C. WWII in the Pacific 1. Warfare 2. The Home Front ca. 1920. National Japanese American Historical Society
  24. 24. 19 February 1942: Roosevelt signs United States Executive Order 9066, legalizing internment camps. Forces deportation of 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry, most of whom were citizens and legal immigrants. Half of these people were children
  25. 25. I. The Political Stage A. The Road to War B. WWII in Europe C. WWII in the Pacific 1. Warfare 2. The Home Front 3. The Nuclear Age
  26. 26. “There were people, barely breathing, trying to push their intestines back in. People with their legs wrenched off. Or with faces burned and swollen out of shape. The scene I saw was a living hell.” Yamaoka Michiko http://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=IuTBlGiLPFs
  27. 27. The human toll of a nuclear blast. Msnbc.com's Dara Brown looks back at the devastating aftermath of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Produced by Kevin Flynn and John Asterita. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp/20 108492#20108492
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