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