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pagsakop ng japan sa asya, pagbagsak ng bataan at corregidor, death march, pagsuko ng japan, epekto ng ww II by mr. rodel e. sinamban for AP II

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  • 1. ARALIN PANLIPUNAN II - ASYA IKALAWANANG DIGMAANG PANDAIGIDG MR. RODEL E. SINAMBAN Jocosn College, Inc. Angeles City
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  • 3. *ANO ANG NAPUPUNA NINYO SA LARAWAN? *ANO ANG POSIBLENG MAGANAP SA DAIGDIG DULOT NG MGA SITWASYONG NASA LARAWAN? Pagbomba sa ilang bansa sa Asya DIGMAAN
  • 4. “ Ang Asya para sa mga Asyano”… Ano ang ibig ipakahulugan ng mga Hapones sa pahayag na ito? Ibigay ang iyong reaksyon sa pahayag na ito.
  • 5. Watch muna tayo ng Videotape!
    • Anong pangyayari ang iyong natunghayan sa videotape?
    • Ano ang iyong opinyon tungkol dito?
    • Makatarungan ba ang ginawa ng Japan?
    Gusto n’yo pa Watch?
  • 6. Ang Pagsiklab ng Ikalawang Digmaang Pandaigdig
    • Ang pananalakay ng Hapon sa Timog Silangang Asya
  • 7. Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882–1945) Axis Pact: Japan, Italy and Germany
  • 8. The following countries (in chronological order) were occupied by Germany in WW2: Poland (Western half occupied in 1939, Eastern half occupied during invasion of USSR in 1941), Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, France (Vichy France occupied in 1942), Greece, Yugoslavia, western portions of Egypt, Crete, current-day Ukraine, Moldova, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Belarus, large western portions of Russia, Tunisia and Italy. Also Hungary in 1944-45. In addition, Italy (before she changed sides) occupied Albania and Libya. Japan occupied (in no particular order) most of current day Indonesia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, The Philippines, Malaysia, much of Eastern China, Manchuria, Korea (North and South), and many thousands of small Pacific Islands
  • 9. ECONOMIC EMBARGO
  • 10. Ang Pananalakay ng Hapon sa Pearl harbor U.S.S. Virginia Photograph from a Japanese plane of Battleship Row at the beginning of the attack. Disyembre 7, 1941
  • 11. PANAHON NG HAPONES Ikalawang Digmaang Pandaigdig ALLIED POWERS AMERIKA BRITANYA TSINA RUSYA PRANSYA AXIS POWERS ITALYA GERMANY JAPAN vs
  • 12. Warfare Used During Attack
    • Japan
    • 81 Fighter Planes
    • 135 Dive Bombers
    • 104 Horizontal Bombers
    • 40 Torpedo Planes
    • At least 5 Midget Submarines
  • 13. Warfare (continued)
    • United States
    • 108 Fighter Planes (59 not available for flight)
    • 35 Army Bombers (27 not available for flight)
    • 993 Army/Navy Antiaircraft Guns
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  • 15. Ang Pearl harbor sa hawaii Disyenmbre 8, 1941 – nagdeklara ng pakikidigma ang America laban sa Japan
  • 16. Ang pagwasak sa Pearl Harbor ang hudyat ng digmaang Amerikano-Hapones Death March Pearl Harbor Pagkakatatag ng HUKBALAHAP Lihim na kilusan laban sa mga Hapones Maynila bilang 'open city'
  • 17. Ang Pagwawagi ng Hapon sa Pacific 1941 – sinalakay ng Japan ang Guam at Wake Island. 1942 – nilusob ng japan ang Maynila. Pagbagsak ng Bataan at Corregidor.
  • 18. Pananakop ng mga Hapon Hamon sa Pagsasarili
  • 19. Timeline: Pagsalakay ng mga Hapon sa Pearl Harbor Dec. 8, 1941 Dec. 26, 1941 March 11, 1942 April 9, 1942 Fall of Bataan Tumakas si Hen. MacArthur papuntang Australia Ideneklara ang Maynila bilang Open City May 6, 1942 Fall of Corregidor
  • 20. Pagsalakay sa Pearl Harbor
    • Dec. 8, 1941, sinalakay ng mga puwersang Hapon ang Pearl Harbor, Hawaii . Sunod-sunod na sinalakay ng mga Hapon ang mga base ng mga Amerikano sa Davao, Cavite, Baguio, Clark Field, at Zambales.
  • 21. Pagdating ng mga Hapon
    • Dec. 10, 1941 , narating ng mga Hapon ang Aparri, Cagayan at Vigan, Ilocos Sur . Dumaong naman ang malaking puwersa ng mga Hapon sa Lingayen, Pangasinan . Unti-unting nasakop ng mga Hapon ang buong Pilipinas.
  • 22. Open City
    • Upang iligtas sa trahedya ng digmaan ang Maynila, idineklara ni Hen. MacArthur ito bilang Open City Noong Dec. 26, 1941 . Iniutos din nito na alisin ang mga kagamitang pandigma sa Maynila at ilipat sa Bataan.
  • 23. War Plan Orange
    • Ipinag-utos ni Hen. MacArthur ang pagsasanib puwersa ng mga Pilipino at Amerikano sa Bataan at Corregidor . Kasama sa mga inilikas ang mga pinuno ng pamahalaang komonwelt.
  • 24. Paglikas ni Pang. Quezon
    • Sa payo ni Pang. Roosevelt, tumakas si Pang. Quezon at ng kanyang pamilya at gabinete mula Corregidor papuntang Australia noong ika-20 ng Pebrero, 1942 . Iniwan niya ang pamamahala ng Pilipinas kay Jose Abad Santos . Mula Australia, dinala sila sa Washington D.C.
  • 25. Pagtakas ni Hen. MacArthur
    • Labag man sa kanyang kalooban, nilisan ni Hen. MacArthur ang Corregidor papuntang Australia noong Marso 11, 1942 . Humalili sa kanya bilang pinuno si Hen. Jonathan Wainwright . Pagdating sa Australia, ipinahayag niya ang makasaysayang pangakong “ I shall return .”
  • 26. Pagsuko ng Bataan
    • Dahil sa matinding hirap at gutom, isinuko ni Hen. Edward P. King , kumander ng USAFFE sa Bataan, ang mga puwersa nito kay Hen. Masaharu Homma noong Abril 9, 1942 .
  • 27. Death March
    • Ang mga sumukong sundalo ay nagmartsa sa loob ng maraming araw ng walang pagkain at inumin mula Mariveles, Bataan hanggang San Fernando, Pampanga . Mula dito, sila ay isinakay sa mga tren at dinala sa Camp O’ Donnel sa Capas, Tarlac .
  • 28. Death March
  • 29. Death March
  • 30. BATAAN DEATH MARCH
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  • 32. Pagsuko ng Corregidor
    • Noong Mayo 6, 1942 isinuko ni Hen. Jonathan Wainwright ang Corregidor sa mga Hapon. Ipinag-utos niya rin ang pagsuko sa lahat ng puwersa ng USAFFE sa buong Pilipinas.
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    • Matapos sumuko ang Corregidor, napasailalim ang Pilipinas sa mga bagong mananakop. Sinikap ng mga Pilipino na mamuhay ng maayos bagama’t may banta ng panganib. Ito ang simula ng pananakop ng Hapon na tumagal hanggang sa bumalik ang mga Amerikano noong 1945.
  • 34. Japanese soldiers celebrate victory on Bataan Victorious Japanese troops at Corregidor on May 6, 1942 “ Ang Asya para sa mga Asyano”…
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  • 36.  
  • 37. Imperyo ng Hapon sa Pacific
  • 38. Ang Pananalakay ng Allies sa Pacific
    • Labanan sa Coral Sea
    U.S. Navy aircraft carrier Lexington explodes on May 8, 1942, several hours after being damaged by a Japanese carrier air attack
  • 39.
    • Labanan sa Midway
    Ang Pananalakay ng Allies sa Pacific U.S. Douglas SBD-3 Dauntless dive bombers from the USS Hornet about to attack the burning Japanese cruiser Mikuma for the third time on 6 June 1942
  • 40. Ang Pananalakay ng Allies sa Pacific Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto (4 April 1884 – 18 April 1943) Naval Marshal General and the commander-in-chief of the Combined Fleet during World War II, a graduate of the Imperial Japanese Naval Academy and a student of Harvard University (1919–1921).
  • 41. Ang Pananalakay ng Allies sa Pacific Admiral Chester W. Nimitz (24 February 1885 – 20 February 1966) was a five-star admiral in the United States Navy . He held the dual command of Commander in Chief , United States Pacific Fleet ("CinCPac" pronounced "sink-pack"), for U.S. naval forces and Commander in Chief, Pacific Ocean Areas (CinCPOA), for U.S. and Allied air, land, and sea forces during World War II . [
  • 42. Ang Patuloy na Pananalakay ng Allies General Douglas MacArthur (January 26, 1880 – April 5, 1964) was an American general and field marshal of the Philippine Army . He was a Chief of Staff of the United States Army during the 1930s and played a prominent role in the Pacific theater during World War II
  • 43. What was general Douglas MacArthur's island-hopping strategy? During World War 2, General Douglas MacArthur developed the strategy of island hopping. He would capture certain islands. The Americans would use those islands to get closer to their goal. He would leave Japanese troops on the other islands. He would not waste American lives trying to capture those islands. The objective was to get close enough to Japan to establish bomber bases capable of dropping bombs on Japan.
  • 44.
    • Ang Labanan sa Guadaicanal
    Ang Patuloy na Pananalakay ng Allies Pulo ng Kamatayan
  • 45. Ang Labanan sa Leyte Gulf The light aircraft carrier Princeton afire, east of Luzon, 24 October 1944
  • 46. Gen. Douglas MacArthur and staff land at Palo Beach, Leyte, 20 October 1944.
  • 47. USS  Bunker Hill was hit by kamikazes piloted by Ensign Kiyoshi Ogawa (photo above) and another airman on May 11, 1945. 389 personnel were killed or missing from a crew of 2,600 Ensign Kiyoshi Ogawa , who killed himself in a kamikaze attack on USS  Bunker Hill on May 11, 1945
  • 48. Ang Pananakop sa Iwo Jima at Okinawa General Kuribayashi, the Japanese Commander of Iwo Jima. Iwo Jima was Japanese home soil, part of Japan, only 650 miles from Tokyo. It was administered by the Tokyo metropolitan government. No foreign army in Japan's 5000 year history had successfully trod on Japanese soil.
  • 49. Commanders of the Japanese 32nd Army , February 1945
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  • 51. Ang Pagbagsak ng Bombang Atomika sa Japan Atomic bomb mushroom clouds over Hiroshima (left) and Nagasaki
  • 52. THE ATOMIC BOMBING OF HIROSHIMA Hiroshima (August 6, 1945) "Little Boy"
  • 53. Agosto 6, 1945 Pagbomba ng U.S. sa Hiroshima, Japan
  • 54. "The Big Three": Joseph Stalin , Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill meeting at the Tehran Conference in 1943 Allied Forces: United States , Great Britain and Australia.
  • 55. Colonel Paul Tibbets waving from Enola Gay' s cockpit before taking off for the bombing of Hiroshima
  • 56. Enola Gay after Hiroshima mission, entering hard-stand. It is in its 6th BG livery, victor number 82 visible on fuselage just forward of the tail fin The mushroom cloud as seen from Enola Gay Bombardier Thomas Ferebee with the Norden Bombsight on Tinian after the dropping of Little Boy
  • 57. THE ATOMIC BOMBING OF NAGASAKI Nagasaki (August 9, 1945) "Fat Man,"
  • 58. PAGPAPAHALAGA: NAPAHAHALAGAHAN ANG KAPAYAPAAN AT PAGKAKAUNAWAAN SA DAIGDIG.
  • 59. The bombs used in the crime (Fat man & little boy) Hiroshima after the Massacre. (Hiroshima - Japan -1945) The streets were full of bodies after the burning. ( Nagasaki - Japan - 1945)
  • 60. Ang Pagsuko ng Japan Japanese foreign affairs minister Mamoru Shigemitsu signs the Japanese Instrument of Surrender on board USS Missouri as General Richard K. Sutherland watches, September 2, 1945
  • 61. PAGSUKO NG HAPON SA AMERIKA NOONG SETYEMBRE 2, 1945
  • 62. Epekto ng Ikalawang Digmaang Pandaigdig
    • Demilitarisasyon ng Japan
    • Demokratisasyon ng Japan
    Prime Minister of Japan Hideki Tōjō (30 December 1884 – 23 December 1948) a Japanese general in the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA), a leader of the Taisei Yokusankai , and the 40th Prime Minister of Japan during much of World War II , from 18 October 1941 to 22 July 1944
  • 63. ANO SA PALAGAY MO?
  • 64. PAGLALAPAT: 1. Alin ang may mas higit na malaking pinsala sa tao at bayan: Ang pananakop ng dayuhan o Digmaan? Pangatwiranan. 2. Kung ikaw ay nabuhay na noong panahon ng WW II, anong sistema ng iyong papanigan: Deomokratiko o Sosyalistang uri ng pamamahala? Ipaliwanag.
  • 65. KASUNDUAN: PAGGAWA NG JOURNAL NG PAGPAPAHALAGA SA KAPAYAPAAN AT PAGKAKAUNAWAAN SA DAIGDIG
  • 66. Thank Y u!
  • 67. More details here
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  • 71. "...we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain... Remember Dec. 7th!" U.S. Armed Forces recruiting poster from 1942.
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