Pearl Harbor<br />& WWII<br />Mr. Jerrod A. Black<br />American History<br />3rd hour<br />
What lead to the attack<br />on Pearl Harbor?<br /><ul><li>The Japanese wanted to cripple the US
The Japanese had objectives they wanted to accomplish in the far East
 War was between Nazi Germany and Europe
 The United States felt they should stay out of it
 The American people were torn
After the attack on Pearl Harbor Americans decided to enter the war.</li></li></ul><li>Damages<br />The Attack<br />Decemb...
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  1. 1. Pearl Harbor<br />& WWII<br />Mr. Jerrod A. Black<br />American History<br />3rd hour<br />
  2. 2. What lead to the attack<br />on Pearl Harbor?<br /><ul><li>The Japanese wanted to cripple the US
  3. 3. The Japanese had objectives they wanted to accomplish in the far East
  4. 4. War was between Nazi Germany and Europe
  5. 5. The United States felt they should stay out of it
  6. 6. The American people were torn
  7. 7. After the attack on Pearl Harbor Americans decided to enter the war.</li></li></ul><li>Damages<br />The Attack<br />December 7, 1941<br />18 ships<br /> -8 battleships<br /> -3 light cruisers<br /> -3 destroyers<br />161 planes destroyed<br />102 planes damaged<br /><ul><li> Secretly planned by Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto
  8. 8. Began at 7:55 am, second at 8:55
  9. 9. Over 2,800 killed
  10. 10. Japan Crippled Pacific fleet, then went to the Philippines
  11. 11. After Presidents Roosevelt's 6 minute speech to congress on December 8, the United States declared war on Japan almost unanimously with the exception of only one</li></li></ul><li>WWII Highlights<br />1941<br />Germany and Italy declare was on the US on Dec. 11<br />Hitler appointed himself Commander in Chief on Dec. 19<br />1942<br />The US arrives in Britain on Jan. 26<br />1944<br />D-day under the command of General Eisenhower<br />1945<br />President Roosevelt died on April 12<br />Mussolini is executed on April 29<br />Adolf Hitler commits suicide on April 30<br />Germany surrenders on May 8<br />Hiroshima is bombed and destroyed on Aug 6<br />Nagasaki is bombed and destroyed on Aug 9<br />Japan Surrender and WWII is ended on Aug 14<br />President Roosevelt<br />Adolf Hitler<br />Benito Mussolini<br />
  12. 12. Japan<br />After the bombing of Pearl Harbor the US took action<br /> - President Roosevelt addressed congress on Dec 8<br /> - War declared on Japan<br />Japan wanted to conquer the far East<br /> - They thought it would be easier if they destroyed <br /> our Pacific fleet<br />Atomic Bomb<br /> - Hiroshima was bombed on August 6, 1945<br /> - Nagasaki was bombed on August 9, 1945<br /> - Both cities were destroyed<br /> - Japan surrendered on August 14, 1945 <br />
  13. 13. Germany<br />Germany was on a crusade to have the perfect race, with<br />Adolf Hitler as their leader.<br />They began dominating and destroying other nations<br />Concentration camps were formed to work and kill Jews<br />They declared war on the US on December 11, 1941<br />The war went began though in 1939 and ended with<br />Germanys surrender in 1945<br />Adolf Hitler<br />
  14. 14. Holocaust<br /><ul><li>The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of approximately six million Jews by the Nazi regime and its collaborators.
  15. 15. Methods of mass killings in concentration camps were:
  16. 16. Gas chamber
  17. 17. Crematories
  18. 18. “Death Marches”
  19. 19. Over 6.7 million killed
  20. 20. A handful of people got out of the grip of Hitler
  21. 21. The longest Holocaust</li></li></ul><li>Work Cited<br />http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Pearl_Harbor_attack-_Wheeler_AFB-_japanese_aerial_view_of_damage_80G30555.jpg<br />http://www.rememberingpearlharbor.org/attack.html<br />http://www.britannica.com/blogs/2007/12/pearl-harbor-remembered/<br />http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/pearl.htm<br />www.google.com<br />http://worldwar2history.info/Pearl-Harbor/<br />http://robertbonnett.wordpress.com/2009/06/04/extent-of-nazi-camps-far-greater-than-previously-thought/<br />http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/article.php?lang=en&ModuleId=10005143<br />
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