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  • 1.  Why does a war start?  Countries disagree  Fight for power  Fight over money or land
  • 2.  Aggression  Germany  Appeasement  the policy of giving in to the demands of a hostile or aggressive power in an attempt to keep the peace  Hitler  Tension after World War I
  • 3.  Important dates  July 7th 1937  Japanese invasion of China  Sept. 1st 1939  Germany Invades Poland  Most accepted date  Sept. 3rd 1939  France and Britain declared war on Germany.
  • 4.  New weapons  Advance in weapons cause more deaths  New strategies of fighting  New strategies for moving troops (cliff1066, The Jansville99 memorial May 23, 2009, sept 15, 2009 via flickr)
  • 5.  UK  France  United States  Canada  India  Poland Clipart from Microsoft.
  • 6.  Germany  Italy  Japan Clipart from Microsoft.
  • 7.  War of Attrition  Attrition- the act of weakening or exhausting by constant harassment, abuse, or attack  Fighting a war on both borders  What Germany wants  Short quick war, “lightning war”  The Blitzkrieg
  • 8.  German Nazi’s kill Jews  Concentration Camps  Extermination Camps  Auschwitz  Gas Chambers
  • 9.  Troubled Childhood  Abusive father  Alcoholic  Role in WWI  Soldier, was devastated when Germany lost  Rise to power  Fall out of power
  • 10.  The Battle of Britain  The attack on Pearl Harbor  Battle of Stalingrad
  • 11.  Japan attacks U.S.  Does not declare war  U.S. declares war  A-Bomb  Nagasaki  Hiroshima Flickr, darkly seen, November 9th, 2005 http://www.flickr.com/photos/darklyseen/61793697/
  • 12.  How Borders changed  Germany  Poland  France . San Jose, “map of countries of Europe, 02.04.2006 via Wikipedia, GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2
  • 13.  Population  Dawn of the Atomic age  The Occupation of Germany and Japan  Release of concentration camps
  • 14.  Becomes a Superpower  Out of the Great depression  Problems with Russia  Cold War  Problems in the middle east Clipart from Microsoft.
  • 15.  Becomes a Superpower  Cold War  Problems with the U.S.  Gorbachev  U.S. likes him as a leader
  • 16.  UK  Military Deaths- 382,600  Civilian Deaths- 67,800  US  Military Deaths- 407,318  Civilian Deaths- 11,200  Germany  Military Deaths- 5,500,000  Civilian Deaths- 200,000 ww2db.com/country