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Japan in WWII Post-Pearl Harbor

  1. 1. Japan in WWII-Post Pearl Harbor
  2. 2. Japan’s Conquests in 1942
  3. 3. December 7, 1941-Philippines
  4. 4. Bataan Death March
  5. 5. Navajo Code Talkers' Dictionary
  6. 6. Doolittle’s Raid
  7. 7. Battle of Coral Sea
  8. 8. Chester Nimitz
  9. 9. Battle of Midway
  10. 10. Guadalcanal
  11. 11. Battle of Leyte Gulf
  12. 12. MacArthur’s Return to the Philippines
  13. 13. Iwo Jima
  14. 14. 6,821 US Deaths at Iwo Jima
  15. 15. Raising Flag on Mt. Suribachi
  16. 16. General Leslie Groves
  17. 17. J Robert Oppenheimer
  18. 18. Oppenheimer and Groves
  19. 19. Alamogordo, New Mexico
  20. 20. Trinity
  21. 21. Enola Gay
  22. 22. Paul Tibbits
  23. 23. Hiroshima Bombing • “Little Boy”
  24. 24. Before
  25. 25. After
  26. 26. The Atomic Shadow
  27. 27. Radiation Sickness
  28. 28. Nagasaki Bombing • “Fat Man” • Bockscar
  29. 29. Before
  30. 30. After
  31. 31. The Compromises that Ended the War • Democracy vs Communism • Start of the Cold War
  32. 32. Yalta Conference • February, 1945
  33. 33. Yalta Conference Compromise-February, 1945 • Germany would be broken into four occupation zones(US, GB, France, USSR) • Stalin promised free elections in Eastern Europe • Stalin promised to join the war against Japan after war with Germany was over • Have a conference at San Francisco to set up the United Nations
  34. 34. Potsdam Conference-July, 1945
  35. 35. Indochina • temporarily divide Vietnam at the 17th parallel • Japan would surrender to Great Britain in the south and China in the north
  36. 36. Germany • Goals of the occupation of Germany: demilitarization, denazification, democratization • Division of Germany(and Berlin) and Austria into four occupation zones • Prosecution of Nazi war criminals • Reverse all German annexations in Europe, including Sudetenland, Alsace-Lorraine, Austria, and the westernmost parts of Poland
  37. 37. • Reduce Germany in size by approximately 25% compared to its 1937 borders • Removal of the German populations remaining beyond the new eastern borders of Germany • Agreement on war reparations to the Soviet Union
  38. 38. • Destruction/Take control of German industries that made war materials • Poland was recognized as being a communist controlled gov’t • The Potsdam Declaration: This ultimatum stated that if Japan did not surrender, it would face "prompt and utter destruction"
  39. 39. Nuremberg Trials
  40. 40. GI Bill of Rights To help the members of the Armed Forces adjust to civilian life after separation from service To give those who cannot afford a higher education the chance to get one To restore lost educational opportunities and vocational readjustment to service members who lost these opportunities as the result of their active military duty To aid in the retention of personnel in the Armed Forces To enhance our Nation's competitiveness through the development of a more highly educated and productive work force
  41. 41. Japanese Internment Camps

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