Comparative History<br />By Roderick Presley<br />
The 1920’s<br />Historian Gerald Early declared that years from now three things America will be known for and that’s the ...
The 1920’s<br />Historian Gerald Early declared that years from now three things America will be known for and that’s the ...
The 1920s<br />Cecile B. De Mille (pictured) movies angered many people because it was considered immoral. At the same tim...
France in the 1920s<br />Jazz was very popular in France during the 1920s.<br />Jazz music was introduced to the French du...
France in the 1920s<br />To many blacks the French greeted them with open arms and they were treated better compared to ho...
World War II<br />Started in Europe in 1939 and 1941 for the United States<br />Ended the Great Depression for the United ...
World War II<br />Before the U.S. entered the War they were under the Neutrality Act mainly because FDR and the U.S. did n...
World War II<br />After the December 7, 1941 Pearl Harbor attack by Japan and as a result the U.S. declares war on Japan w...
World War II<br />The hatred from the Americans on the Japanese was hatred greater than those of Hitler and the Nazis<br /...
World War II<br />The United States decided to drop two atomic bombs onto two cities in Japan.<br />The United States won ...
Bibliography<br />Information<br />http://learn.palomar.edu/bbcswebdav/courses/2113-31296/guarneri2_004%20World%20War%20II...
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  1. 1. Comparative History<br />By Roderick Presley<br />
  2. 2. The 1920’s<br />Historian Gerald Early declared that years from now three things America will be known for and that’s the constitution, jazz, and baseball.<br />Aftermath of World War I the 1920s became an isolationist country with elected old fashioned Republican presidents like Calvin Coolidge or Herbert Hoover.<br />Economically the U.S. was doing good with automobiles and other consumer goods. <br />Jazz, cigarette smoking, short skirts, and movies became the big thing and helped replace the old Victorian ways.<br />The 1920s in the United States was best known as the “Roaring Twenties.”<br />
  3. 3. The 1920’s<br />Historian Gerald Early declared that years from now three things America will be known for and that’s the constitution, jazz, and baseball.<br />One of the big things in the 1920s was Prohibition.<br />Jazz slowly became popular in the 1920s<br />Movies played a key role in middle class America and brought an inspiration towards the people who watch the movies mostly kids.<br />
  4. 4. The 1920s<br />Cecile B. De Mille (pictured) movies angered many people because it was considered immoral. At the same time the 1920s was a transition from the Victorian era to something more loose.<br />The 1920s marked a beginning of movie stars such as Douglas Fairbanks, Charlie Chaplin, and Rudolph Valentino.<br />The 1920s came to an end in America after the stock market crash in October 1929 which led into the Great Depression. <br />
  5. 5. France in the 1920s<br />Jazz was very popular in France during the 1920s.<br />Jazz music was introduced to the French during World War I.<br />I t was a man name Lt. James Reese Europe and his military orchestra that brought Jazz to France.<br />In Paris crowds attended to cabarets and clubs to drink, dance, and listen to some jazz music.<br />America in the 1920s was named the “Roaring Twenties,” but France in the 1920s was named the “Crazy Years.”<br />
  6. 6. France in the 1920s<br />To many blacks the French greeted them with open arms and they were treated better compared to how they were at home.<br />Jazz occupied the minds of many French writers and seem to be pushing older types of French entertainment.<br />Many of the French were not for the changes in America and their industrialization.<br />Some were not happy with Jazz like the vast majority because it reflected the way of American life that’s far beyond the machine culture.<br />
  7. 7. World War II<br />Started in Europe in 1939 and 1941 for the United States<br />Ended the Great Depression for the United States and saved the West from Nazi dreams.<br />The Second World War could have been avoided if the U.S. and Great Britain stood up to the dictators in the 1930s such as Japan on China and Hitler’s rise to power in the 1930s.<br />
  8. 8. World War II<br />Before the U.S. entered the War they were under the Neutrality Act mainly because FDR and the U.S. did not want another war after the first World War. <br />The U.S. at the same time was selling or trading weapons to Great Britain on a cash and carry basis. Also on a lend-lease bill was aiding Great Britain through the war.<br />The beginning of World War II marked an end of isolationism with the United States when they begun aligning with Great Britain.<br />Great Britain and France declared war on Germany after there attack on Poland in 1939. <br />During the war France had surrendered to Germany leaving Great Britain to go to the U.S. for help.<br />
  9. 9. World War II<br />After the December 7, 1941 Pearl Harbor attack by Japan and as a result the U.S. declares war on Japan while Germany declares war on the U.S. <br />Once the U.S. declared war on Japan the U.S. citizens were very hyped in fighting the Japanese with slogans such as “Tokyo: We Are Coming.”<br />There was great animosity and a sense of inferiority from the United States Americans onto the Japanese. The Japanese were thought of as sub-human.<br />There were music, cartoons, and movies badly portraying the Japanese.<br />Many of the Japanese-Americans were sent to internment camps.<br />
  10. 10. World War II<br />The hatred from the Americans on the Japanese was hatred greater than those of Hitler and the Nazis<br />There were American songs titles about the Japanese such as “Were going to find a fellow who is Yellow and beat him Red, White, and Blue.”<br />
  11. 11. World War II<br />The United States decided to drop two atomic bombs onto two cities in Japan.<br />The United States won the war after Japan surrendered in August 1945.<br />At the end of World War II instead of a peaceful ending another war which was the Cold War.<br />
  12. 12. Bibliography<br />Information<br />http://learn.palomar.edu/bbcswebdav/courses/2113-31296/guarneri2_004%20World%20War%20II.pdf<br />http://learn.palomar.edu/bbcswebdav/courses/2113-31296/guarneri2_002%201920s.pdf<br />Pictures<br />http://www.picture-america.com/dombroski/Pearl-Harbor-Project/Pearl-harbor-attack.jpg<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolf_Hitler<br />http://bonbonhistory.wordpress.com/2010/01/31/blog-post-2-dr-suess-war-cartoons/<br />

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