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The disturbing war against the axis and allies

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  • 1. World War 2THE DISTURBING BATTLEAGAINST ALLIES AND AXIS
  • 2. The American and German uniforms
  • 3. When did World War 2 occur It occurred in September 1939 to September 2, 1945 This was also the time of the Holocaust
  • 4. Significant people and who they represent Adolf Hitler was the chancellor of Germany he was the leader of Nazi regimen and thought to be a contributor to the war. He blamed Jews for Germanys downfall.
  • 5. Benito Mussolini Born in 1883 Mussolini was active in the socialist party until they supported the allies in World War 1 where he went to Italy and became a sergeant
  • 6. Where did World War two occur World War 2 occurred in Western Europe to Soviet Asia to Africa
  • 7. What caused World war 2 America entered World War 2 because the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor The war in Europe began because Germany was upset with the conditions of the Treaty of Versailles.
  • 8. The German symbols during the warswastika Iron cross
  • 9. The atomic bombs that were dropped on JapanFAT man Little boy
  • 10. Devastating out comes In Japan 50,000 people died from the atomic bombs Out of every one 60 million people died Certain cities in Japan where destroyed and had to be rebuilt
  • 11. Resources www.google.com www.googleimages.com www.Gilderlehrman.org www.nationalww2muesuem.org www.militaryaritationmuesuem.org