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a brief over view of some of the causes and effects of WWII

a brief over view of some of the causes and effects of WWII

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  • 1. World War II<br />
  • 2. Events Leading to WWII<br />Treaty of Versailles<br />Hitler’s Rise in Power<br />Failure of Appeasement<br />WWII Began September 1939<br />
  • 3. Treaty of Versailles<br />1919 Italy &amp; U.S. meet<br />Plans for Germany to pay off WWI<br />Italy &amp; U.S. disagree<br />Germany angrily signed it<br />
  • 4. Treaty of Versailles<br />Versailles Terms<br />War guilt clause<br />Reparations<br />Disarmament <br />Territorial Clause<br />
  • 5. Hitler’s Rise to Power<br />Vowed to “tear apart” V. Treaty<br />Became Chancellor of Germany Jan 1933<br />1934 began building army<br />1936 started invasions<br />
  • 6. Failure of Appeasement(Munich Agreement)<br />Give Sudetenland back to Germany<br />Previous Czech gov’t land<br />Agreement meant “peace in our time”<br />Hitler invaded Czech 1939 (broke agreement)<br />
  • 7. U.S being Neutral<br />Would not trade with countries @ war<br />1941 repealed Neutrality Act<br />Could work W/ any country who provided defense<br />
  • 8. Imperial Japan<br />Japan invades Manchuria<br />U.S cuts off trade<br />Japan invades British/Dutch colonies<br />Japan bombs Pearl Harbor<br />
  • 9. Pearl Harbor<br />Sunday, December 7th, 1941<br />Japan surprise attacks the U.S<br />2,335 Servicemen killed<br />68 Civilians killed<br />1,104 wounded<br />
  • 10. U.S &amp; WWII<br />Hesitant to enter<br />Pearl Harbor attack launched U.S into WWII<br />U.S arrived Jan 1942<br />Didn’t see action till July 1942<br />
  • 11. Big 3(Tehran Conference)<br />President Roosevelt, Churchill and Joesph Stalin<br />Discussed D-Day Strategy<br />Concluded December 1st<br />
  • 12. Atomic Bomb<br />August 6th &amp; 9th, Hiroshima &amp; Nagasaki<br />1945 first Atomic Bomb Attack<br />Nagasaki bombing ended war w/ Japan<br />
  • 13. WWII Impacts U.S<br />Evacuation of big cities<br />Rationed food &amp; clothes<br />Women enter the work force<br />Teenagers enter work force<br />
  • 14. WWII Women<br />Called to take over jobs done by men<br />Same jobs, less money<br />Going from kitchen to the factory<br />Also had military jobs<br />
  • 15. WWII Ends in Europe<br />Mussolini’s Death April 1945<br />Hitler’s Death April 1945<br />German Forces Start to Surrender May 1945<br />
  • 16. Activity<br />Visit this website and choose an activity to do!<br />Copy and paste into browser http://www.historyonthenet.com/Lessons/worksheets/ww2.htm<br />

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