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World War II Powerpoint

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A B C D E F H I J K L M O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z World War II Adolf Hitler- German Dictaor during World War II Dictator-
Ruler who has absolute
power over a country Eisenhower, Dwight E.-
U.S. general who led the
allied forces through Europe Facism-
Political movement that
preached nationalism,
and often,rasicm Hideki Tojo-
Japanese dictator and
military leader during
World War II Japanese Surrender-
America wins war against
Japan G Benito Musolini-
Italian dictator during
World War II Imidete Cause of
World War II-
Germany invades
Poland Lyon, Edwin B.-
U.S. General during World War II Manhatten Project-
Secret project to build
atomic bomb Concentration
Camps-
Work camps where
Jews, Poles, Russians,
and other European people
were forced to live Numerburg Trials-
Tribunal that charged
Nazi Leaders for crimes agaisnt
Humanity Pearl Harbor-
Japanese attack on
Hawaiin Islands Kamikaze-
Japanese air force
charged with a suicidel
mission Omaha Beach-
Turning point
of war in Europe Rationing-
A system in which
families recive a fixed
amount of certain items Totalatarian-
Single party controlls
goverment and every
aspects of peoples lives U-boat-
German submarains
during World War II V-E Day-
Victory in Europe War Bonds-
Loans used to
support the war Adolf Hitler was born on 20th April, 1889.
His home town was Austrian, Braunau.
Hitler was a verry religous child and for a
while, considered becoming a monk. Benito Mussolini was born in Forli, Italy. His father, Alessandro, worked as a blacksmith and his mother, Rosa, worked a school teacher and had a brother and sister. Mussolini grew up in poverty Some of the first concentrtion
camps were Auschwitz, Belzec, Chelmno, Majdanek, Sobibor, and T.II. The worst death camp was Auschwitz. Auschwitz was the largest concentration camp and was made of three in one. Auschwitz is located in Poland. About 1.25 million people were killed in Auschwitch. Joseph Stalin, Adolf Hitler,
and Benito Mussolini were
all exmples of dictators during
World War II. Most dictators
belived in a communist goverment.
Some dictators also belived in a
facist society. Eisnhowers nickname was Eik.
Eisenhower, was the third of seven sons born to David and Ida Stover Eisenhower. Eisenhower grew up on a small farm in Texas. Omaha Beach is located on the coast of Normandy, France. Omaha Beach streches 6 miles wide. The
nick-name given to the battle of Omaha Beach
was D-Day. The attack on Pearl Harbor is
known as "The Day That Lives In
Infamay". Nearly planes were
destryed. The Japanese had
423 planes and 30 ships. Quotes-
"And when he gets to Heaven
St. Peter he will tell,
One more Marine reporting sir,
I've served my time in Hell. "
Roger. This quote means that many
troops died in the war. It means
that the war was so hard, they're
comparing it to hell. It could also mean
that in death they'll be in peace, and when
they served in the war they were in hell. Rationing was way to support
the war by sending saved or
"rationed" items to troops over
seas. It was important because
without it, a lot of the troops would
not have some of the items they did.
It made war a little easyer for the troops.
Some of the things that were rationed
were: bubble gum, gassoline, coffe, and sugar. Hedeki Tojo was born in Kojimachi, Tokyo in 1884. He graduated the Japanese Army Academy in 1905. Tojo became the prime minister of Japan in 1940 Germany invaeed Poland in
September, 1939. Many People
fled to Eastern Poland in hope
that the Polish army would protect
them. Immediately after the invasion
of Poland, France, Britan, and Canada
declared war on Germany. Facism comes from a word
that means an axe tightly
wound with sticks. Facism
foucuses on "my race is better
than your race". Germany, Italy,
Hungry were some European
nations that were facist during WWII Gas Mask-
Protective mask
used to cover ones
face from poisonous gases. Gas masks were made of hot, smelly, black rubber.
Children in schools had to have gas mask drills,
similar to our fire drills. The smell of the rubber
made many people feel sick The Manhatten project
coasted about $20,000,000,000.
The total number of missles buit
was 1,951. 11 nucleur bombs were
lost in accidents and not recoverd. N The Numerburg trials
was the first time people
were charged for there crimes
in war. 11 Nazi leaders were hung.
1 Nazi leader commited suicide
the night before the trial. "Aal" was the code name
for a torpedo on U-boats.
Alarm was the emergency
drive order. A Seehud was
a midget U-boat for a two
men crew. The Nazi party was totalataiast
as well as facist. Totalatarian
goverments have complete
economic, social, and political control.
Most countries with dictators were also
totalatarin. The differance is, dictaros
only seek political power as where
totalatism seeks political, social, and cultural
controll Zeros-
Japanese fighter
planes. Zeros were typicly 10 feet high
and 29 feet 9 inces long. Its
maximum speed was 331 mph.
The planes weighed between
3,704 lb. to 5,313 lb. Yalta Confrince-
Meeting of Allied leaders
to discuss end of war. The three people
at the Yalta confrence
was Franklin D. Roosevelt,
Joseph Stalin, and Winstin,
Churchill. The meeting took
place on Feburary 1945.
Only at the Yalta confrince
were all three leaders in a
frenzy of pure agreement. Before the attck on Pearl Harbor inDecember of 1941, war bonds were called Defense Bonds. 134 million Americans
were asked to buy war
bonds . War bonds were
importanat because they
were used to help the soilders on the warfront. V-E Day is known as
the end of Hitlers war.
Harry Trumans 61st birthday
was the same day as V-E Day.
V-E Day took place on May 8th 1945 Kamikaze means "divine wind"
Most Kamikaze piolts were mostly
university students. A typical piolt
was a science student in his twenties. Stalin, Joseph-
Leader of the U.S.S.R
during World War II Joseph Stalin's real name was
Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili.
Stalin was expelled from sedimenty
school in 1899. Stalin also led the Soviot
Union into the Cold War. Edwin Lyon fought in both world wars and
the Korean war. He fought as part of the U.S. airforce. Edwin Bowman Lyon was born at Las Cruces, New Mexico, in 1892. Japan lost about two-million people during World
War II. The Americans demanded that the Japanese army will be dismantled. There education system also
changed greatly. They became less facist of a nation
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