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The Allies Strike Back
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  • 1.  “East Asia for the asiatics”  The expansion began in 1931  The Conquest of Manchuria  Northeastern China  The heartland of China  A bitter war  European Colonies
  • 2.  The japanese want the American Colonies  Philippine islands  Guam  The US reacts  Aid to China  1940  Stop oil shipments to Japan  1941  Conquest of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos
  • 3.  Emperor Hiroito  1901  Empress Kojun  1924
  • 4.  Attack on Pearl Harbor  Decoding the war  Phillipines as the most likely target  The 14-part Message  Objectives with the attack  Gain time  Hurt the US morale  battleships were chosen as the main targets  19 were destroyed  3.000 lives were lost
  • 5.  Oahu Island, Hawaii
  • 6.  Declaration of war to Japan  December 18, 1941  Germany declares war on the US  December 11, 1941  "We are all in the same boat now.“  President Roosevelt
  • 7.  Executive Order 9066  Concentration camps in the Us  Special for japanese people  But also for germans and communists
  • 8.  The conquests of Japan so far  Manchuria  Vietnam  Cambodia  Laos  Hong Kong  Guam  Wake Island  Thailand  Philippines  Malay  Java  Sumatra  Borneo  Celebes  Burma
  • 9.  Tokyo is Bombed  Great effect in the morale on both sides  The Battle of Coral Sea  May 1942  An air battle on the sea  The allies suffered more losses, but the japanese are now stuck  The Battle of the Midway  June 1942  Us had already decoded the japanese plan  The Japanese are taken by surprise  Their attack goes kaput  332 planes and 1 suport ship were lost
  • 10.  The Guadalcanal Battle  August 1942  Douglas MacArthur  A savage strugle  The island of death  24,000 japanese soldiers died  Out of a force of 30,000
  • 11.  The "Big Three" - Roosevelt, Churchill and Joseph Stalin  Tehran Conference  Chiang Kai-shek wasn’t there but was an ally
  • 12.  The US and England  West front  URSS  East front  The bloodiest  There were other fronts  But the allies decided to focus on these two
  • 13.  Which side?  Getúlio Vargas and the Axis  Initial preference  Connection with the US  Volta Redonda Steel plant  Brazil declares war  Against the axis  24 November, 1944 To 21 February, 1945
  • 14.  Pracinhas Brazilian soldiers were sent to Italy without much Infrastructure To fight under american orders  American uniforms  American food  A cobra está fumando!  The snake is smoking!
  • 15.  The brazilians fought two Campaigns  The battle of the atlantic  Warships and submarines  The Italian Campaign  27.500 men  Of whom 2.454 died  Monte Castelo  Main battle  Imprisioned 20thousand Enemy soldiers.
  • 16.  Overlord operation  Invasion of France from the Mancha Cannal  6 June, 1944  Germans knew an attack was coming  Diversion tactics  The Doll Army at Calais
  • 17.  Normandy  General Dwight Eisenhower  3 million soldiers  Largest disembark in History  Americans, British, Canadian, French  2.700 allied soldiers Died just on the 1st day
  • 18.  The allied reach Paris  25of August  France, Belgium e Luxemburg are liberated  September 1944  Battle of Bulge  Germans vs. Allied  West Front  Last stand of the German Wehrmacht  Allied Victory
  • 19.  The USSR surrounds Berlin  Red Army: 6 million soldiers left  Hitler commits suicide  30 of April  Germany officially surrenders  7 may, 1945  Victory in Europe
  • 20.  The Japanese Continues to fight  Although without the Infra-structure  Kamikazes
  • 21.  Iwo jima
  • 22.  Nuclear bombs  To ensure a quick victory against the Japanese  Authorized by president Truman  Hiroshima  Little Boy  70.000 – 80.000
  • 23.  Nagasaki  Fat Man  70.000
  • 24.  2 September, 1945  Emperor Hiroito surrenders to general Douglas MacArthur Extremely Humiliation

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