WWI, Russian Revolution, Great Depression, and WWII
Causes of WWI:The Alliances  Below: Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife just  before his assassination
Above: WWI machine gunTop Left: Men preparing for battle in the trenchesLeft: Diagram of typical trench warfare
Pause the slidecast and write down/type the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use)      Q1. What ...
Russian Revolution:Imperial Russia  Right: Tsar Nicolas II and his                          family Below: Russian Troops d...
Images of the Russian RevolutionRight Top: Lenin inspiring a crowd to communism       Right Bottom: Members of the Red Gua...
Pause the slidecast and write down/type the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use)            Q2....
WWI Comes to an End:Treaty of VersaillesTreaty of Versailles signed inthe Hall of Mirrors at the Palaceof Versailles on Ju...
Causes and ConsequencesHirohito           Stalin   Mussolini   Hitler
Pause the slidecast and write down/type the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use)        Q3. Nam...
WWII Begins:  Allies Align  1936: Rhineland     1938: Austria1938: Sudetenland     1939: Poland  1940: Denmark1940: Nether...
BATTLE FOR BRITAIN AND  THE SOVIET UNION       AMERICA ENTERS THE WAR                                 December 7, 1941    ...
THE WAR COMES TO AN END                IN EUROPE          THE HOLOCAUSTAbove Left: IKE  talking to the                    ...
Pause the slidecast and write down/type the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use)     Q4. Name t...
Battle Across thePacific:Japanese InternmentFDR ordered the internment ofJapanese Americans110,000 Japanese Americansforce...
Above: MacArthur leading the     troops across the Pacific    Right: Douglas MacArthur Far Right: Victory at Iwo Jima
Battle Across thePacific:The Atomic DecisionBelow: Mushroom cloud overNagasaki, JapanRight: Nagasaki after the bomb
Pause the slidecast and write down/type the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use)   Q5. Use a sh...
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  1. 1. WWI, Russian Revolution, Great Depression, and WWII
  2. 2. Causes of WWI:The Alliances Below: Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife just before his assassination
  3. 3. Above: WWI machine gunTop Left: Men preparing for battle in the trenchesLeft: Diagram of typical trench warfare
  4. 4. Pause the slidecast and write down/type the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use) Q1. What four “isms” caused WWI? What is the trigger that set these “isms” off?
  5. 5. Russian Revolution:Imperial Russia Right: Tsar Nicolas II and his family Below: Russian Troops during World War I
  6. 6. Images of the Russian RevolutionRight Top: Lenin inspiring a crowd to communism Right Bottom: Members of the Red Guard Above: The Soviets in Action by John Reed (1918)
  7. 7. Pause the slidecast and write down/type the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use) Q2. What were the three types of reforms that communism brought to Russia after the Revolution?
  8. 8. WWI Comes to an End:Treaty of VersaillesTreaty of Versailles signed inthe Hall of Mirrors at the Palaceof Versailles on June 28, 1919Germany had agree to:War GuiltReparationsDisarmamentTerritorial reductionUS President Wilson insistedupon a League of Nations
  9. 9. Causes and ConsequencesHirohito Stalin Mussolini Hitler
  10. 10. Pause the slidecast and write down/type the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use) Q3. Name one immediate and one long term consequence of the Great Depression
  11. 11. WWII Begins: Allies Align 1936: Rhineland 1938: Austria1938: Sudetenland 1939: Poland 1940: Denmark1940: Netherlands 1940: Belgium 1940: France
  12. 12. BATTLE FOR BRITAIN AND THE SOVIET UNION AMERICA ENTERS THE WAR December 7, 1941 A date which will live in infamy
  13. 13. THE WAR COMES TO AN END IN EUROPE THE HOLOCAUSTAbove Left: IKE talking to the Above Left: Prisoners of troops Buchenwald Camp Above Right: Above Right: Child Invasion at survivors Normandy Left: a mass grave at a Right: V-E Day concentration camp
  14. 14. Pause the slidecast and write down/type the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use) Q4. Name the leaders of the Allied Power countries and Axis Power countries.
  15. 15. Battle Across thePacific:Japanese InternmentFDR ordered the internment ofJapanese Americans110,000 Japanese Americansforced from their homes
  16. 16. Above: MacArthur leading the troops across the Pacific Right: Douglas MacArthur Far Right: Victory at Iwo Jima
  17. 17. Battle Across thePacific:The Atomic DecisionBelow: Mushroom cloud overNagasaki, JapanRight: Nagasaki after the bomb
  18. 18. Pause the slidecast and write down/type the answer to the question(s) below (save the answer for later use) Q5. Use a short descriptor to tell what the following people are remembered for: Hideki Tojo, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Douglas MacArthur
  19. 19.  Slide 2  Slide 12  allahcentric.wordpress.com  ushmm.org  fresno.k12.ca.us  Slide 13  historywiz.com  sabotagetimes.com  industrialism.com  history.ucsb.edu Slide 3  germanhistorydocs.ghi-dc.org  ambrosevideo.com  akorra.com  spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk  listverse.com Slide 4  scrapetv.com  harris-academy.com  Slide 14  worldwar42.blogspot.com  old-picture.com  oucs.ox.ac.uk  rjgeib.com Slide 6  toronto.ca  rumormillnews.com  holocaust.about.com  talktalk.co.uk  martinfrost.ws Slide 7  Slide 16  time.com  lanternreview.com  noblesoul.com  Slide 17  socialismartnature.tumblr.com  en.wikipedia.org Slide 9  coolchaser.com  historyplace.com  Slide 18 Slide 10  digitalhistory.uh.edu  en.wikipedia.org  japanfocus.org  pbs.org  uncyclopedia.wikia.com  librarising.com
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