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Copy of World War II

prezi to discuss the causes of World War II
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liam sullivan

on 29 April 2011

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World War II :The annexation of Austria Treaty of Versailles The Great Depression Rise of dictatorships Italy Invades Ethiopia Anschluss Appeasement Blitzkrieg The Munich Agreement: "Peace in our Time" ( Neville Chamberlain) Dunkirk Battle of Britain Operation Barbarossa Lightning War: "The Blitz" Invasion of Russia D-Day Operation Overlord Italian
campaign War in the Pacific German
Surrender The End of the War
Two Superpowers
USSR vs USA United Nations Hitler
Franco
Mussolini describing all-mechanized force concentration of tanks, infantry, artillery and air power, concentrating overwhelming force at high speed to break through enemy lines, and, once the latter is broken, proceeding without regard to its flank. "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few".[ Ortona Death of Dictators 1. Mussolini- April 27, 1945. Executed by Italian citizens.
2. Hitler- April 30, 1945. Commits suicide ( along with his girlfriend) Pearl Harbour The Atomic Age Hiroshima, Aug. 6,1945 Nagasaki, Aug. 9, 1945 communism vs capitalism War guilt
military limitations
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