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    • With
      Mr. Luzadder
      5th Grade
      Plain Elementary
      Simpsonville, South Carolina
      World War II
    • Settlement of the West
      2
    • 3
    • 4
      Manhattan Project
      Nuremburg Trials
      World War II
      Island Hopping
      Battle of Midway
      Little Boy
      Allied Powers
      Rationing
      Axis Powers
      Robert Oppenheimer
      Franklin D. Roosevelt
      Albert Einstein
      Rosie the Riveter
      Pearl Harbor
      Dwight D. Eisenhower
      Jews
      Holocaust
      Battle of the Bulge
      appeasement
      WAAC
      Winston Churchill
      Relocation Camps
      Nazi
      Isoroku Yamamoto
      Douglas MacArthur
      Tuskegee Airmen
      Harry S. Truman
      Battle of Stalingrad
      D-Day
      Joseph Stalin
      Enola Gay
      Atomic Bomb
      Lend-Lease
      Draft
      Eleanor Roosevelt
      Victory Gardens
      Neville Chamberlain
      Adolf Hitler
      Propaganda
      Iwo Jima
      Fat Man
      Hiroshima
    • 5
      World War II
      The 1940s
    • Movies
      Citizen Kane
      Bambi
      Casablanca
      Songs
      I’m Dreaminng of a White Christmas
      Zip-A-Dee-Dooh-Dah
      Book
      Curious George
      Comics
      Superman
      Batman
      Captain America
      Arts & Literature
      World War II
      6
    • 1930
      Nancy Drew mysteries
      1931
      Scotch Tape
      electric razors
      Scrabble
      Alka-Seltzer
      1933
      Mickey Mouse watches
      comic books
      1935
      parking meters
      paperback books
      Monopoly game
      crossword puzzles
      permanents for hair
      1936
      electric guitar
      Life magazine
      1937
      jet engines
      1939
      air-conditioned cars
      helicopter
      What’s New
      World War II
      7
    • 1940
      Jack Nicklaus is born
      1941
      Jesse Jackson is born
      Wilma Rudolph is born
      Lou Gehrig dies
      1942
      Muhammed Ali is born
      Aretha Franklin is born
      1943
      Arthur Ashe is born
      George Washington Carver dies
      1946
      Bill Clinton is born
      1947
      Steven Spielberg is born
      Henry Ford dies
      1948
      Prince Charles is born
      Orville Wright dies
      Babe Ruth dies
      Births & Deaths
      World War II
      8
    • 1940
      Winston Churchill becomes prime minister of Great Britain.
      1941
      Japan bombs Pearl Harbor.
      1944
      Allied forces land at Normandy
      1945
      Mussolini is killed
      Hitler commits suicide
      Germany surrenders
      Japan surrenders
      1947
      The Dead Sea Scrolls are discovered
      1948
      The Jewish state of Israel is proclaimed
      The Olympic Games are held in London
      1949
      NATO is established
      The Soviet Union tests its first atomic bomb.
      What Happened
      World War II
      9
    • 1850 23,191,876
      1860 31,443,321
      1870 38,555,983
      1880 50,189,209
      1890 62,947,714
      1900 76,094,000
      1910 92,407,000
      1920 106,461,000
      1930 123,076,741
      1940 132,122,446 
      1950 152,271,417
      1960 180,671,158
      1970 205,052,174
      1980 227,224,681
      1990 249,438,712
      2000 281,421,906
      2010 308,745,538
      U.S. Population
      World War II
      10
    • 1930 $ 1,970.00*
      1940 $ 1,725.00*
      1950 $ 2,799.16*
      1960 $ 4,007.12
      1970 $ 6,186.24
      1980 $12,513.46
      1990 $21,027.98
      2000 $32,154.00
      2010 $40,711.61*
      http://www.ssa.gov/oact/cola/AWI.html
      *Approximated
      .
      Average Wages
      World War II
      11
    • Median Average
      1930 $ 3,845*
      1940 $ 3,920*
      1950 $ 8,450*
      1960 $ 12,700*
      1970 $ 23,600
      1980 $ 62,900 $ 72,400
      1990 $125,000 $151,700
      2000 $163,500 $200,000
      2010 $218,000 $283,400
      http://www.census.gov/const/uspricemon.pdf
      *Approximated
      .
      Cost of a New Home
      World War II
      12
    • 1930 $600.00
      1940 $850.00
      1950 $1,510.00
      1960 $2,610.00
      1970 $3,450.00
      1980 $7,200.00
      1990 $16,950.00
      2000
      2010
      http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/
      .
      Average Cost of a New Car
      World War II
      13
    • 1930 $ .10
      1940 $ .11
      1950 $ .18
      1960 $ .25
      1970 $ .36
      1980 $1.19
      1990 $1.34
      2000 $1.49
      2010 $2.78
      .
      Average Cost of a Gallon of Gas
      World War II
      14
    • 1930 $ .09
      1940 $ .10
      1950 $ .12
      1960 $ .22
      1970 $ .25
      1980 $ .50
      1990 $ .70
      2000
      2010
      http://www.thepeoplehistory.com
      .
      Average Cost of a Loaf of Bread
      World War II
      15
    • 1930 $ .12
      1940 $ .20
      1950 $ .30
      1960 $ .45
      1970 $ .70
      1980 $ .99
      1990 $ .89
      2000
      2010
      http://www.thepeoplehistory.com
      .
      Average Cost of 1lb. Of Hamburger
      World War II
      16
    • 1910 $ .07
      1920 $ .25*
      1930 $ .35*
      1940 $ .24
      1950 $ .46*
      1960 $ .51*
      1970 $1.55
      1980 $2.69
      1990 $4.23
      2000 $5.39
      2010 $7.89
      .
      Average Cost of a Movie Ticket
      World War II
      17
    • 1930 $ .02
      1940 $ .03
      1950 $ .03
      1960 $ .04
      1970 $ .07
      1980 $ .15
      1990 $ .25
      2000 $ .33
      2010 $ .44
      .
      Cost of a Postage Stamp to Send 1 oz.
      World War II
      18
    • Average Life Expectancy
      Men Women
      1900 47.9 49.2
      1910 49.9 53.2
      1920 55.5 57.4
      1930 58.1 61.6
      1940 60.8 65.2
      1950 65.6 71.1
      1960 66.6 73.1
      1970 67.1 74.7
      1980 70.0 77.4
      1990 71.8 78.8
      2000 74.3 79.7
      2010
      http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0005148.html
      Average Life Expectancy After Age 65
      Men Women
      1900 + 11.5 + 12.2
      1910 + 11.2 + 12.0
      1920 + 12.2 + 12.7
      1930+ 11.7 + 12.8
      1940 +12.7 + 14.7
      1950+ 13.1+ 16.2
      1960 + 13.2+ 17.4
      1970 + 13.8+ 18.6
      1980 + 14.6+ 19.1
      1990 + 15.3+ 19.6
      2000
      2010
      http://www.ssa.gov/history/lifeexpect.html
      Life Expectancy
      World War II
      19
    • 1850  $ 63,452,773.55
      1860 $ 64,842,287.88
      1870 $ 2,480,672,427.81
      1880 $ 2,120,415,370.63
      1890 $ 1,552,140,204.73
      1900 $ 2,136,961,091.67
      1910$ 2,652,665,838.04
      1920 $ 25,952,456,406.16
      1930 $ 16,185,309,831.43
      1940 $ 42,967,531,037.68
      1950 $ 257,357,352,351.04
      1960 $ 286,330,760,848.37
      1970 $ 370,918,706,949.93
      1980 $ 907,701,000,000.00*
      1990 $ 3,233,313,451,777.25
      2000 $ 5,674,178,209,886.86
      2010 $13,561,623,030,891.79
      National Debt
      World War II
      20
    • 21
      World War II
      Noteworthy People
    • Essential Questions
      22
      Who were some of the noteworthy individuals
      of World War II
      World War II
    • 23
      Adolf Hitler (right)
      World War II
      Adolf Hitler
      Adolf Hitler was the Nazi dictator of Germany during World War II.
      (b. 1889 - d. 1945)
      World War II
    • Stalin, Roosevelt, & Churchill
      World War II
    • Franklin D. Roosevelt was the 32nd President of the United States and led United States during World War II.
      (b. 1882 - d. 1945)
      Franklin D. Roosevelt
      World War II
    • World War II
      Harry S. Truman
      Harry S. Truman was the 33rd President of the United States, from 1945 to 1953. In 1945 he decided to use atomic bombs against Japan, leading to an end of World War II.
      (b. 1884 - d.1972)
      World War II
    • World War II
      Winston Churchill was the Prime Minister of Britain during World War II. (b. 1874 - d. 1965)
      Winston Churchill
      World War II
    • Joseph Stalin
      Joseph Stalin was the communist dictator of the Soviet Union from 1923 to 1953. (b. 1879 - d. 1953)
      World War II
    • World War II
      Dwight D. Eisenhower
      Dwight D. Eisenhower was the 34th President of the United States, from 1953 to 1961. He was commander of the Allied forces in western Europe during World War II. (b. 1890 - d. 1969)
      Adolf Hitler
      World War II
    • World War II
      Douglas MacArthur was the general who commanded American forces in the Southwest Pacific during World War II. (b. 1880 - d. 1964)
      Douglas MacArthur
      World War II
    • World War II
      Hideki Tojowas Prime Minister of Japan for much of World War II. (b. 1884 - d. 1948)
      Hideki Tojo
      World War II
    • World War II
      Isoroku Yamamoto was the Japanese admiral who planned the attack on Pearl Harbor.
      (b. 1884 - d. 1943)
      Isoroku Yamamoto
      World War II
    • World War II
      Albert Einstein was a German-born Jewish physicist who escaped from Germany after Hitler came to power. He told Franklin D. Roosevelt about the potential power of an atomic bomb. (b. 1879 - d. 1955)
      Albert Einstein
      World War II
    • World War II
      Robert Oppenheimer led the Manhattan Project for the United States which developed the first atomic bomb. (b. 1904 - d. 1967)
      Robert Oppenheimer
      World War II
    • World War II
      Eleanor Roosevelt was married to Franklin D. Roosevelt. As First Lady she made many visits to civilian and military centers to boost war morale.
      (b. 1884 - d. 1962)
      Eleanor Roosevelt
      World War II
    • 36
      World War II
      The War Begins
    • Essential Questions
      37
      What were some of the causes of World War II?
      World War II
    • Nazi Germany
      38
      Hitler began attracting followers when he gave speeches that attacked Jews, socialists, liberals, capitalists and communists.
      Hitler focused on Germany’s offended national pride that came with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles which had been imposed upon them. Germany was forced to take responsibility for the war had agreed to pay a huge reparations bill totaling 32 billion marks.
      Most Germans bitterly resented these terms, including Hitler.
      World War II
    • Nazi Germany
      39
      The Nazi’s learned how to subtly blame Germany’s humiliation on the Jews. Adolf Hitler became the dictator of Germany in 1933 as a member of the Nazi party.
      World War II
    • Nazi Germany
      40
      Neville Chamberlain, Prime Minister of Britain, believed that Germany had been treated poorly by the Allies following World War I. He thought that by agreeing to some of Hitler’s demands he might avoid another war in Europe.
      In February of 1937 Great Britain learned that Germany intended to take control of Austria and Czechoslovakia.
      Tension in Europe increased when Hitler began demanding that the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia be given to Germany. The Sudetenland had a large number of German-speaking people living in it.
      World War II
    • Nazi Germany
      41
      Tension in Europe increased when Hitler began demanding that the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia be given to Germany. The Sudetenland had a large number of German-speaking people living in it.
      Germany, Britain, France and Italy met in Munich in September, 1938 in an attempt to peacefully resolve the situation. On September 29, 1938, the Munich Agreement was signed which transferred the Sudetenland to Germany.
      World War II
    • Nazi Germany
      42
      Most British people approved of the Munich Agreement because it appeared to have prevented a war with Germany. Some politicians, including Winston Churchill, did not support the agreement.
      In March of 1939 Hitler broke this agreement and took control of all of Czechoslovakia. Neville Chamberlain now realized that Hitler could not be trusted and Britain ended its policy of appeasement.
      World War II
    • 43
      Adolf Hitler
    • 44
      Reich
    • 45
      Kristal
    • 46
      Hitler’s Youth
    • 47
      swastika
    • 48
      German sub
    • 49
      World War II
      World War II Begins
      There is a rise of dictators in Europe and Asia. Dictators Hitler and Mussolini sign a treaty agreeing to support each other.
      Germany, Italy, and Japan become known as the Axis and begin invading countries throughout the world.
      Britain and France, known as allies, warn Hitler not to invade Poland. Hitler ignores this threat.
      Britain and France declare war on Germany.
      World War II
    • 50
      World War II
      World War II Begins
      Nearly all Western Europe, including France, eventually falls to the Germans. Britain stands alone in Europe in the fight against the Axis.
      President Roosevelt does not send United States troops into the war, but decides to lend Britain military supplies.
      Japanese planes bomb the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor.
      The U.S. House of Representatives and Senate vote to declare war on Japan.
      World War II
    • 51
      World War II
      World War II Begins
      Germany and Italy declare war on the United States, and the United States joins the war as one of the Allies.
      The United States begins drafting men into the military.
      World War II
    • Essential Questions
      52
      How did the world respond to Hitler’s aggression?
      World War II
    • Prohibition
      53
      Lend-Lease was a policy that allowed Britain to borrow military supplies from the United States during World War II.
      Tuskegee Airmen were the first African American fighter pilots.
      World War II
    • 54
      Warsaw
    • 55
      Warsaw
    • 56
      Warsaw
    • 57
      Warsaw
    • 58
      Paris
    • 59
      Churchill, Roosevelt, & Stalin
    • 60
      enigma machine
    • 61
      Navajo Code Talkers ???
    • 62
      Britain
    • 63
      Britain
    • 64
      Britain
    • 65
      Britain
    • 66
      Britain
    • 67
      Winston Churchill
    • 68
      Map showing areas of Axis control???
    • 69
      Hirohito
    • Essential Questions
      70
      What caused the United States to enter the war?
      World War II
    • Japan
      71
      In 1931, Japan invaded Manchuria. This eventually led to all out war with China in 1937.
      In 1940, Japan invaded French Indochina.
      In 1941, the United States stopped exporting oil to Japan.
      The Japanese then attacked the Dutch East Indies, a territory rich in oil resources.
      World War II
    • Pearl Harbor
      72
      Pearl Harbor was attacked on December 7, 1941 by 353 airplanes that were launched in two waves from six Japanese aircraft carriers.
      The first wave included 50 bombers carrying 1760 lb. bombs and 40 bombers armed with torpedoes.
      The second wave included 54 dive bombers carrying 550 lb. bombs.
      A U.S. Army radar detected the approaching bombers. Privates George Elliot Jr. and Joseph Lockard, reported this information to Lieutenant Kermit A. Tyler. Lieutenant Tyler presumed that the radar had detected the return of six B-17 bombers. The radar operators had never seen such a large formation of planes on their screens before, but failed to tell this to Lieutenant Tyler.
      World War II
    • Pearl Harbor
      73
      2,388 Americans were killed (including 48 civilians) and 1,178 were wounded (including 35 civilians). Approximately 1,177 of these deaths were sailors and marines serving on the USS Arizona. The average age of those who died was 23.
      21 American ships were damaged or sunk. (All U.S. ships, except the USS Arizona, the USS Utah, and the USS Oklahoma, were salvaged and later saw action.)
      159 U.S. aircrafts were damaged and 164 were destroyed.
      World War II
    • Pearl Harbor
      74
      64 Japanese military personnel died in the attack.
      5 Japanese ships were destroyed.
      74 airplanes were damaged and 29 were destroyed.
      World War II
    • 75
      Pearl Harbor
    • 76
      Pearl Harbor
    • 77
      Pearl Harbor
    • 78
      Pearl Harbor
    • Mr. Luzadder's Class
      79
      Pearl Harbor
    • 80
      Pearl Harbor
    • 81
      The USS Arizona
    • 82
      Arizona
    • Draft
      83
      The draft is a government policy that requires individuals to serve in the armed forces.
      World War II
    • Selective Service System
      84
      If you are a man ages 18 through 25 and living in the U.S., then you must register with Selective Service. It’s the law. According to law, a man must register with Selective Service within 30 days of his 18th birthday. Selective Service will accept late registrations but not after a man has reached age 26. You may be denied benefits or a job if you have not registered. You can register at any U.S. Post Office and do not need a social security number.
      www.sss.gov
      World War II
    • 85
      soldiers
    • 86
      soldiers
    • 87
      soldiers
    • 88
      World War II
      Life on the Home Front
    • Essential Questions
      89
      What was life like on the home front?
      World War II
    • The Home Front
      90
      On October 24, 1929 the stock market crashed. This means that the value of most stocks fell dramatically. This day became known as Black Tuesday.
      World War II
    • Mr. Luzadder's Class
      91
      Caption
    • Mr. Luzadder's Class
      92
      Caption
    • 93
      caption
    • The Home Front
      94
      Victory gardens were gardens planted by citizens enabling more of the food supply to be used by those in the military.
      World War II
    • 95
      victory gardens
    • 96
      canning
    • The Home Front
      97
      Rationingoccurred when the government limited the amount of food each person in the United States could buy during World War II.
      World War II
    • 98
      conserve energy
    • 99
      rationing instructions
    • 100
      Why a person should ration.
    • 101
      rationing card or stamps
    • 102
      rationing
    • 103
      rationing
    • 104
      rationing
    • 105
      rationing
    • 106
      rationing
    • 107
      ration gasoline
    • The Home Front
      108
      Individuals, especially school age children, helped the war effort by collecting materials that could be used by the military including scrap metal and old rubber.
      World War II
    • 109
      scrap metal
    • 110
      scrap metal
    • 111
      caption
    • 112
      caption
    • The Home Front
      113
      Relocation Camps or interment camps
      World War II
    • 114
      Relocation Camp
    • 115
      Relocation Camp
    • 116
      Relocation Camp
    • 117
      Relocation Camp
    • 118
      Eleanor Roosevelt
    • 119
      Eleanor Roosevelt
    • 120
      World War II
      The Holocaust
    • Essential Questions
      121
      What was the Holocaust?
      World War II
    • 122
      Original boxcar used for transports to the Nazi concentration camps
    • 123
      Cremation ovens in Baracke X at Dachau
    • 124
      Starved prisoners at a concentration camp in Ebensee, Austria. It was liberated by the 80th Division.
    • Dust Bowl
      125
      A drought is a long period without rain.
      The Dust Bowl was a name given to much of the Great Plains during the long drought of the 1930s.
      World War II