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  • Australian War propaganda poster: Germans taking over the world. Title: “Once a German, Always a German.” 1918
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    • 1. Modern Europe Emerges… Industrial Revolution, World War I, and World War II Notes
    • 2. Age of Imperialism
      • During the late 1800s, European nations took over other countries and turned them into colonies (“Imperialism”)
      • European nations colonized other countries to get more money and raw materials.
      • European nations took over Africa, Southeast Asia, and many South Pacific Islands.
      • Struggles among these nations eventually bring disaster to Europe.
    • 3.  
    • 4. Nationalism
      • By the 1900s, many people in Europe took great pride in their countries.
      • This strong sense of “nationalism” was one of the causes of World War I and II.
            • Destructive nationalism caused nations to harm one another in the struggle to get ahead. Also, it prevents nations from working together.
    • 5. Australian war propaganda poster
    • 6. England War Poster
    • 7.  
    • 8. Alliances
      • During the early 1900s, European nations feared one another—afraid others would invade/take over their land
      • To protect themselves, they created “alliances” (partnerships) where they agreed to protect each other if someone else attacks them.
    • 9. Two Major Alliances During World War I (1914) Germany Great Britain Austria-Hungary France Italy Russia
    • 10. World War I
      • The spark to start a war:
        • June 28, 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated.
        • Fighting:
          • Lasted 4 years
          • The Industrial Revolution helped in new types of Warfare
            • Machine guns, tanks, airplanes and poison gas.
          • 21 million people died.
    • 11. Archduke Franz Ferdinand
    • 12. World War I…
      • End of the War:
        • September 1918: Allies were able to push Germans out of occupied territory.
        • A new map of Europe was created
        • Germany was forced to pay for cities destroyed throughout Europe.
        • Millions were homeless, this war created a worldwide depression.
        • War changed how people looked at the world.
        • US President Wilson created a fourteen point plan that called for a League of Nations, which would help with peace throughout the world.
    • 13. Weapons
    • 14. Trench Warfare
    • 15. Mustard Gas…
    • 16. World War II…
      • Beginnings of War:
        • After WWI there was a worldwide depression. Tensions arose between countries.
    • 17. Two Major Alliances During World War II (1939) Axis Powers Allied Powers Germany Great Britain Japan United States Italy Russia
    • 18. Axis Powers
        • Germany
          • Adolf Hitler became Chancellor in 1933.
          • 1936 began invading European countries.
          • 1939 marked the start of WWII.
          • Nazism: belief and practice of Nazi’s. Superior race.
        • Italy
          • Benito Mussolini
          • Offered “A little something for everyone” to gain support.
          • Dreamed of Mediterranean empire.
          • 1940 Mussolini declared war on Great Britain and France
          • Fascism: a political idea that glorifies a country. Single party with a strong ruler and aggressive nationalism.
        • Japan
          • 1940 decided to expand empire to east.
          • December 7, 1941 attacked US troops in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
          • Dec. 8, 1941 US declared war on Japan
    • 19. Adolf Hitler
    • 20. Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini
    • 21. USS Arizona: Pearl Harbor Attack
    • 22. Japanese Airplane
    • 23. Allied Powers
        • Great Britain, France, US, China, Soviet Union
        • US: Roosevelt
        • Great Britain: Churchill
        • Soviets: Stalin
          • These leaders met to discuss the war. Set a day to attack Germany.
    • 24. Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin
    • 25. Turning Points…
        • Stalingrad: 1942. Germany was in the Soviet Union heading toward Stalingrad. Soviets fought back and Germans surrendered in 1943.
        • D-Day: June 1944 in Normandy, France. Attack on Germans by US and G.B troops. It was a success.
    • 26. Troops Preparing to Fight: D-Day
    • 27. End of World War II…
        • May 7, 1944 Germany surrendered.
        • Japan refused to surrender
          • Harry Truman now US president. Decided to use Atomic bomb on Japan.
          • August 6, 1945 Hiroshima
          • August 9, 1945 Nagasaki
          • August 14, 1945 Japan surrendered.
    • 28. Harry S. Truman
    • 29. Enola Gay
    • 30. “ Little Boy” – The Atomic Bomb Dropped Over Hiroshima
    • 31. Atomic Bomb Dropped Over Nagasaki
    • 32. Nagasaki – after the atomic bomb
    • 33. Survivors of Nagasaki
    • 34. Hiroshima (after A-bomb)
    • 35.  
    • 36.  
    • 37. ?
      • How did nationalism change Europe?
    • 38. Holocaust
        • --Mass murder of Jews and Gypsies and other ethnic groups.
        • 12 million total killed
      • 1945 full horrors of camps discovered by troops.
      • (See Holocaust Powerpoint for more pictures)

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