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Causes of World War II
Causes of World War II
Causes of World War II
Causes of World War II
Causes of World War II
Causes of World War II
Causes of World War II
Causes of World War II
Causes of World War II
Causes of World War II
Causes of World War II
Causes of World War II
Causes of World War II
Causes of World War II
Causes of World War II
Causes of World War II
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  • 1. *Causesof World War II*<br />V.S.<br />Pat Bartlett<br />EDU 290 – T/TH @ 12:30<br />Flags of the World [Flags]. (n.d.). Retrieved from Graphic Maps website: http:/www.worldatlas.com/ webimage/flags/flagcnty.htm<br />
  • 2. *The Treaty of Versailles*(Territorial)<br />Germany was forced to give away land<br />Alsace-Lorraine (France)<br />Eupen &amp; Malmedy (Belguim)<br />Northern Schleswig (Denmark)<br />Hultschin (Czechoslovakia)<br />West Prussia, Posen and Upper Slesia (Poland)<br />
  • 3. *The Treaty of Versailles* (Military)<br />Germany’s Army was forcefully reduced to 100,000 men<br />No tanks or destructive vehicles allowed<br />No Air Force<br />Navy was allowed only 6 ships<br />No submarines allowed<br />
  • 4. *The Treaty of Versailles* (Financially)<br />Land lost was economically rich<br />Reparations were forced to be paid to France and G.B<br />Forbidden to unite with Austria to keep economy down<br />Microsoft Clip Art<br />
  • 5. *Germany’s Reaction*<br />Citizens angry for being blamed for the World War I<br />Called those who signed the treaty “November Criminals”<br />WANTED REVENGE!<br />
  • 6. *The Rise of Hitler*<br />Spoke to groups of German citizens’ about ideas<br />Forcibly boosted himself in the Reichstag<br />Established himself and followers as the “Nazis”<br />Adolf Hitler standing there. April 20, 1937. DeutschesBundesarchiv (German Federal Archive), Germany. Wikipedia Commons. Web. 5 Oct. 2009. &amp;lt;http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ File:Bundesarchiv_Bild_183- S33882,_Adolf_Hitler_retouched.jpg&amp;gt;.<br />
  • 7. *The Rise of Hitler*<br />Boosted Nazi followers into the Reichstag<br />Seized command of Germany by getting citizen support from his large public rallies<br />Demanded mass production of Tanks, Submarines, and Planes to jumpstart economy<br />
  • 8. *In the Pacific…<br />Japan lacked many natural resources to power its industrial factories<br />Manchuria had an increasing production of natural resources in 1929<br />Japan seized Manchuria in 1931<br />
  • 9. *Back on the Home Front*<br />President Roosevelt was pulling the country out of depression<br />Fireside Chats<br />The New Deal<br />Citizens were getting their lives’ back on track following 15 rough years<br />Life as an American was gradually increasing<br />
  • 10. *Hitler Starts the War*<br />The Nazi’s invaded Poland on September 1, 1939<br />Violated the Treaty of Versailles<br />France &amp; England were forced to declare war on Germany<br />Western Europe was soon stormed through by the German military<br />“Blitzkrieg” – Lightning War<br />
  • 11. *The Invasions by Japan*<br />Invaded neighbor country China in 1937, started an immediate war<br />Japanese Navy then traveled south to invade the British islands of Southeast Asia<br />Insel: Iwo Jima. 14 May 2003. Wikimedia Commons. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Oct. 2009. &amp;lt;http:// <br />www.commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Insel_Iwo_Jima.jpg&amp;gt;.<br />
  • 12. *America’s Neutrality*<br />The U.S was very hesitant to enter another war across the world<br />Still accepting deaths from many young in World War I<br />Passed Neutrality Act of 1937<br />Made it unlawful to trade with countries at war<br />
  • 13. *Japans Attack on Pearl Harbor*<br />December 7, 1941<br />Attacked because of Neutrality Act<br />America cut supplies to Japan because of invasions<br />Performed by Japanese Navy<br />Brought the U.S. into World War II<br />
  • 14. *Japans Attack on Pearl Harbor*<br />Destroyed..<br />4 Battleships<br />3 Cruisers<br />3 Destroyers<br />1 Minelayer<br />188 Aircraft<br />Deaths<br />U.S. – 2,402 (Wounded another 1,282 more)<br />Japan – 65<br />USS Maryland and Capsized USS Oklahoma. 1941. Creative Commons. Web. 8 Oct. 2009. &amp;lt;http:/ www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_pearl_04.html&amp;gt;.<br />
  • 15. *Nazi Germany vs. Imperial Japan*<br />Both were ruled by Military power and dictators<br />Both enforced very high education<br />Censorship was a key to both governments<br />Magazines<br />Newspapers<br />Both caused World War II<br />
  • 16. *Deaths in World War II*<br />United Kingdom<br />
  • 17. *Information Citations*<br />&amp;quot;World War Two Causes.&amp;quot; History On The Net. N.p., 14 May 2009. Web. 13 Oct. 2009.http://www.historyonthenet.com/WW2/causes.htm&amp;gt;.<br />Norton, Mary Beth.People &amp; A Nation Vol Ii. Vol. 2. N.p.: Houghton Miffin College Div, 2006. Print.<br />

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