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U.S. in World war II<br />Memorial of the raising of the American flag on Iwo Jima<br />
Causes of the war<br /><ul><li>Treaty of Versailles failure
League of Nations
Munich Agreement
Political Values
U.S.A. Neutrality/Pearl Harbor</li></li></ul><li>Treaty of Versailles<br /><ul><li> June 28, 1919. After WWI
Germany rebuilds armed forces in 1935
Reoccupied DZ in Rhineland</li></li></ul><li>TREATY OF VERSAILLES cont.<br /><ul><li>Annexation of Austria and Sudetenland
1939, occupied the rest of Czech
 Sept 1st, 1939, </li></ul>	Hitler invaded <br />	Poland<br />Invasion of Poland<br />
League of nations<br /><ul><li> Goals
 Similar troubles with Treaty of Versailles
 Germany, Japan, and Italy’s withdrawal
 U.S. not getting involved</li></li></ul><li>Munich Agreement<br /><ul><li> 29 September, 1938, Munich Germany
 Permit for Nazi Germany
 Sudetenland’s importance</li></ul>Government officials meeting in Munich<br />
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  1. 1. U.S. in World war II<br />Memorial of the raising of the American flag on Iwo Jima<br />
  2. 2. Causes of the war<br /><ul><li>Treaty of Versailles failure
  3. 3. League of Nations
  4. 4. Munich Agreement
  5. 5. Political Values
  6. 6. U.S.A. Neutrality/Pearl Harbor</li></li></ul><li>Treaty of Versailles<br /><ul><li> June 28, 1919. After WWI
  7. 7. Germany rebuilds armed forces in 1935
  8. 8. Reoccupied DZ in Rhineland</li></li></ul><li>TREATY OF VERSAILLES cont.<br /><ul><li>Annexation of Austria and Sudetenland
  9. 9. 1939, occupied the rest of Czech
  10. 10. Sept 1st, 1939, </li></ul> Hitler invaded <br /> Poland<br />Invasion of Poland<br />
  11. 11. League of nations<br /><ul><li> Goals
  12. 12. Similar troubles with Treaty of Versailles
  13. 13. Germany, Japan, and Italy’s withdrawal
  14. 14. U.S. not getting involved</li></li></ul><li>Munich Agreement<br /><ul><li> 29 September, 1938, Munich Germany
  15. 15. Permit for Nazi Germany
  16. 16. Sudetenland’s importance</li></ul>Government officials meeting in Munich<br />
  17. 17. Political values<br /><ul><li> U.S.A.
  18. 18. Nazi Germany
  19. 19. Imperial Japan</li></li></ul><li>u.s. neutrality<br /><ul><li> Neutrality Act of 1937
  20. 20. Trade cut off with Japan
  21. 21. Japan’s plan
  22. 22. Defeat of France/Collapse of Britain</li></li></ul><li>Pearl harbor<br /><ul><li> Background
  23. 23. Bombing of Pearl Harbor
  24. 24. December 8, 1941. U.S.A. enters WWII</li></ul>Sinking of USS Arizona<br />
  25. 25. Military involvement in Africa<br /><ul><li> Allies/Axis in Africa
  26. 26. Operation Torch
  27. 27. Areas of fighting in Africa
  28. 28. Major leaders during the campaign
  29. 29. The end of the operation</li></ul>Landing of troops in North Africa<br />
  30. 30. Military involvement in Europe<br /><ul><li> D-Day June 6, 1944
  31. 31. U.S. battle plans
  32. 32. Operations Overlord and Dragon
  33. 33. Military officials and their roles
  34. 34. V-E Day May 8, 1945</li></ul>D-day landing<br />
  35. 35. Military involvement in the Pacific<br /><ul><li> Retaliation to Pearl Harbor
  36. 36. U.S. Navy battles
  37. 37. Use of Marines </li></ul>(island hopping)<br /><ul><li> Military leaders and strategies
  38. 38. V-J Day September 2, 1945</li></ul>Pilots on Carrier<br />
  39. 39. Main causes of victory<br /><ul><li> Battle strategies
  40. 40. The fall of Hitler/Mussolini
  41. 41. Japan’s bad planning
  42. 42. The United States new war tactics</li></li></ul><li>Diplomatic views<br /><ul><li> Franklin Delano Roosevelt
  43. 43. Main diplomatic missions of WWII
  44. 44. Wartime Diplomacy</li></ul>Franklin D. Roosevelt portrait<br />
  45. 45. Technology Advancements<br /><ul><li> Weaponry: aircraft and vehicles
  46. 46. Advances in communications and Intel
  47. 47. Small arms development
  48. 48. Medicines
  49. 49. The Atomic bomb</li></ul>Atomic Bomb causing a mushroom cloud<br />
  50. 50. citations<br /><ul><li> Beverly & Pack, “USMC Iwo Jima War Memorial at Night, World War II, Veteran Soldiers, American Flag”, May 24, 2009 via Flickr, CC Attribution
  51. 51. Marion Doss, “Jewish Civilians”, June 25, 2008 via Flickr, CC Attribution Share Alike
  52. 52. futureatlas.com , “Japanese naval flag”, May 15, 2007 via Flickr, CC Attribution
  53. 53. Mattsip, “USA Flag Flutter”, July 26, 2009 via Flickr, CC Attribution Share Alike
  54. 54. DO’ Neil, “Captured Swastika Flag”, October 15, 2005 via Wikimedia commons, CC Attribution Share Alike
  55. 55. Marion Doss, “The USS Arizona burning”, June 27, 2008 via Flickr, CC Attribution Share Alike
  56. 56. Marion Doss, “American troops leap forward to storm a North African”, June 28, 2008 via Flickr, CC Attribution Share Alike
  57. 57. The U.S. Army, “D-Day: The Normandy Invasion”, June 8, 2008 via Flickr, CC Attribution
  58. 58. Marion Doss, “Pilots pleased over their victory during the Marshall Islands attack”, June 28, 2008 via Flickr, CC Attribution Share Alike
  59. 59. Cliff, “Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Thirty-second President (1933-1945)”, August 26, 2008 via Flickr, Attribution
  60. 60. Aaron, “man is the only animal”, May 14, 2010 via Flickr, CC Attribution
  61. 61. Deutsches Bundesarchiv, “Münchener Abkommen, Ankunft von Daladier“, December 9, 2008 via Wikimedia commons, CC Attribution Share Alike</li>
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