Introduction to WWII<br />
2<br />Quick Facts (write 2-3)<br />A. War Costs<br />US Debt 1940 - $9 billionUS Debt 1945 - $98 billion<br />The war cos...
3<br />Quick Facts (write 2-3)<br />B. Human Costs<br />50 million people died (compared to 15 million in WWI)<br />21.3 m...
4<br />When?<br />1939-1945<br />US involvement 1941-1945<br />1939<br />1941<br />1945<br />Sept. 3 -Britain & France dec...
5<br />Who?<br />Axis<br />Allies<br />(major powers)<br />(major powers)<br />Great Britain<br />Germany<br />Russia<br /...
6<br />Major Leaders<br />Adolf Hitler<br />Nazi Germany<br />Benito Mussolini<br />Italy<br />
7<br />Major Leaders<br />Hideki Tojo<br />Japanese Prime Minister<br />Winston Churchill<br />British Prime Minister<br />
8<br />Major Leaders<br />Joseph Stalin<br />Russian Leader<br />Franklin Delano Roosevelt<br />US President<br />
9<br />Why? (underlying causes of WWII)<br />1. Treaty of Versailles<br />A. Germany lost land to surrounding nations<br /...
10<br />Why? (underlying causes of WWII)<br />2. World-wide Depression<br />A. The Depression made Germany’s debt even  wo...
11<br />Why? (underlying causes of WWII)<br />2. World-wide Depression<br />2) Hitler provided scapegoats for Germany’s pr...
12<br />Why?<br />3.  Rise of Totalitarian Regimes<br />A.  In a Totalitarian country, individual rights are not viewed as...
13<br />Why?<br />4.  Isolationism of Major Powers<br />A.  Why was the U.S. Isolationist?<br />    1.  Great Depression (...
14<br />Why?<br />4.  Isolationism of Major Powers<br />3.  Opposition to war (Pacifism)<br />a. Washington Conference -  ...
15<br />Why?<br />4.  Isolationism of Major Powers<br />B.  This led to policies of “Appeasement”  <br />1. Appeasement: g...
16<br />So What Was Hitler Asking For?<br />Return of German Speaking Lands - “Lebensraum”<br />Austria - Peacefully Annex...
17<br />So What Was Hitler Asking For?<br />Return of German Speaking Lands - “Lebensraum”<br />Sudentenland - (now part o...
18<br />So What Was Hitler Asking For?<br />Return of German Speaking Lands<br />Nonaggression Pact Russia stays out of th...
19<br />Nazi Advancement 1936-1940<br />1939 Nazi Soviet Pact and invasion of Poland<br />1936 Remilitarization of Rhinela...
20<br />How Did Hitler Make War?<br />Blitzkrieg “Lightning War”<br />In the next year, Hitler invades:<br />Denmark<br />...
21<br />US Assistance<br />Roosevelt provided aid to the Allies:<br />Lend-Lease - 1939<br />US “lent” war materials to ca...
22<br />Meanwhile … in the Pacific<br />Pearl Harbor: “a date which will live in infamy”<br />What?<br />Surprise attack b...
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  1. 1. Introduction to WWII<br />
  2. 2. 2<br />Quick Facts (write 2-3)<br />A. War Costs<br />US Debt 1940 - $9 billionUS Debt 1945 - $98 billion<br />The war cost $330 billion -- 10 times the cost of WWI & as much as all previous federal spending since 1776<br />
  3. 3. 3<br />Quick Facts (write 2-3)<br />B. Human Costs<br />50 million people died (compared to 15 million in WWI)<br />21.3 million Russians (7.7 million civilians)<br />11 million died as a result of the HOLOCAUST(6 million Jews + 5 million others)<br />
  4. 4. 4<br />When?<br />1939-1945<br />US involvement 1941-1945<br />1939<br />1941<br />1945<br />Sept. 3 -Britain & France declare war on Germany<br />Dec. 7 – Japan bombs Pearl Harbor; US enters the War<br />May - Germans Surrender<br />Sept. - Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima & Nagasaki, Japanese Surrender<br />Sept.1 - Germany invades Poland (official start to the war)<br />
  5. 5. 5<br />Who?<br />Axis<br />Allies<br />(major powers)<br />(major powers)<br />Great Britain<br />Germany<br />Russia<br />Italy<br />United States<br />Japan<br />France<br />(note: France surrendered to Germany in 1940 (after 6 weeks of fighting)<br />
  6. 6. 6<br />Major Leaders<br />Adolf Hitler<br />Nazi Germany<br />Benito Mussolini<br />Italy<br />
  7. 7. 7<br />Major Leaders<br />Hideki Tojo<br />Japanese Prime Minister<br />Winston Churchill<br />British Prime Minister<br />
  8. 8. 8<br />Major Leaders<br />Joseph Stalin<br />Russian Leader<br />Franklin Delano Roosevelt<br />US President<br />
  9. 9. 9<br />Why? (underlying causes of WWII)<br />1. Treaty of Versailles<br />A. Germany lost land to surrounding nations<br />B. War Reparations<br />1) Allies collect $ to pay back war debts to U.S.<br />2) Germany must pay $57 trillion (modern equivalent)<br />3) Bankrupted the German economy & embarrassed Germans<br />Lloyd George, Georges Clemenceau, and Woodrow Wilsonduring negotiations for the Treaty<br />
  10. 10. 10<br />Why? (underlying causes of WWII)<br />2. World-wide Depression<br />A. The Depression made Germany’s debt even worse<br />B. Desperate people turn to desperate leaders<br />1) Hitler seemed to provide solutions to Germany’s problems <br />1923 - Wallpapering with German Deutchmarks<br />
  11. 11. 11<br />Why? (underlying causes of WWII)<br />2. World-wide Depression<br />2) Hitler provided scapegoats for Germany’s problems (foreigners, Jews, communists, Roma (Gypsies), mentally ill, homosexuals) 3) Kristallnacht - vandalism & destruction of Jewish property & synagogues<br />
  12. 12. 12<br />Why?<br />3. Rise of Totalitarian Regimes<br />A. In a Totalitarian country, individual rights are not viewed as important as the needs of the nation<br />Communist Dictatorship (USSR)<br />Fascist Dictatorship (Germany, Italy)<br />Fascism: military government with based on racism & nationalism with strong support from the business community<br />Totalitarianism<br />Military Dictatorship (Japan)<br />
  13. 13. 13<br />Why?<br />4. Isolationism of Major Powers<br />A. Why was the U.S. Isolationist?<br /> 1. Great Depression (problems at home)<br /> 2. Perceptions of WWI<br />a. WWI did not seem to solve much<br />b. People began to think that we’d got into WWI for the wrong reasons (greedy American businessmen!)<br />
  14. 14. 14<br />Why?<br />4. Isolationism of Major Powers<br />3. Opposition to war (Pacifism)<br />a. Washington Conference - Limits on size of country's navies <br />b. Kellogg-Briand pact - condemned war as a way to solving conflicts <br />
  15. 15. 15<br />Why?<br />4. Isolationism of Major Powers<br />B. This led to policies of “Appeasement” <br />1. Appeasement: give dictators what they want and hope that they won’t want anything else<br />2. Begins with Japanese invasion of Manchuria, Italian invasion of Ethiopia, and continues with Hitler . . .<br />
  16. 16. 16<br />So What Was Hitler Asking For?<br />Return of German Speaking Lands - “Lebensraum”<br />Austria - Peacefully Annexed in 1938<br />German Troops Parade in Streets of Czechoslovakian Town, ca. 1939<br />
  17. 17. 17<br />So What Was Hitler Asking For?<br />Return of German Speaking Lands - “Lebensraum”<br />Sudentenland - (now part of Czech Republic) <br />Munich Conference - Great Britain & France give to Hitler in return for peace<br />Hitler then invades the rest of Czechoslovakia<br />German Troops Parade in Streets of Czechoslovakian Town, ca. 1939<br />
  18. 18. 18<br />So What Was Hitler Asking For?<br />Return of German Speaking Lands<br />Nonaggression Pact Russia stays out of the war in return for 1/2 of Poland<br />Great Britain & France finally declare war on Germany<br />Hitler's triumphal entry into Danzig, Poland 1939<br />
  19. 19. 19<br />Nazi Advancement 1936-1940<br />1939 Nazi Soviet Pact and invasion of Poland<br />1936 Remilitarization of Rhineland<br />1938 Austrian Anschluss and seizure of Sudatenland<br />1940 Invasion of Belgium, Netherlands, France, and Britain<br />
  20. 20. 20<br />How Did Hitler Make War?<br />Blitzkrieg “Lightning War”<br />In the next year, Hitler invades:<br />Denmark<br />Norway<br /> The Netherlands, <br />France <br />Hitler in Paris<br />
  21. 21. 21<br />US Assistance<br />Roosevelt provided aid to the Allies:<br />Lend-Lease - 1939<br />US “lent” war materials to cash-strapped Great Britain<br />Atlantic Charter<br />US secretly meets with England to commit to defeating Germany<br />London Firefighter Tackles an Air Raid Blaze<br />
  22. 22. 22<br />Meanwhile … in the Pacific<br />Pearl Harbor: “a date which will live in infamy”<br />What?<br />Surprise attack by the Japanese on American forces in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii<br />Effect?<br />US declares war on Japan & other Axis powers<br />USS Arizona Sinking in Pearl Harbor<br />
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