Transcript: The Battle of Britain The battle of Britain Gen Bernard Montgomery Did Gen Bernard Montgomery was part of World War 2? He is known as the hero of "El Alamein & North Africa where he succeeded Auchinleck", Also was one of the most inspirational military commanders of World War Two. He was also the senior British Military commander at D-day and retained that position, until the war ended. Gen Bernard's tank -used in the North African campaign foot notes How was The Battle of Britain part of WWII war era? The Battle of Britain happened during World War two, & was marked the first turning point in the war, as it was the first time that German Forces failed to achieve a major goal - Gen Bernard medals Gen Bernard montgomery Gen Bernard Montgomery A London street after bombing. http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/world-war-two/military-commanders-of-world-war-two/field-marshal-bernard-montgomery/ - German planes trying to attack Britain. British planes had the advantage of radar, as well as the ability to land and refuel. Many German planes could only fly for a short time before having to return. -This picture shows Germany air force military dropping its bombs during "The Battle of Britain." Radars in Great Britain & a radar system during the battle this picture was when first detected when Germans attacked. The Battle of britain World war II powerpoint battle of britain & Gen barnard mongomery by: Rosa ventura world his.1 What was the Battle of Britain? The Battle of Britain was in July 10th 1940 - October 31, 1940 & was an important battle in World War II. Also after Germany and Hitler had conquered most of Europe. Including France, the only country left to fight them was Great Britain. Germany wanted to invade Great Britain, but by doing that they first needed to destroy Great Britain's Royal Air Force. The Battle of Britain was when Germany tried to bomb Great Britain's air force. When Germany was prepared to attack they first attacked towns and army defenses on the southern coast. all during the battle Germans had more planes and pilots, the British were able to fight them off and win the battle; this was because they had the advantage of fighting over their own territory. They were defending their homeland and they had radar, which allowed them to know when and where German planes were coming to attack. 1887-1976 was among the most decorated military leaders of World War II. The battle of britain The battle of britain -Montgomery observing the field, Egypt, Nov 1942 Gen Bernard Montgomery Gen bernard montgomery Who Was Gen Bernard Montgomery? Bernard Montgomery was born in Kennington, London, England, United Kingdom, on November 17, 1887- died March 24, 1976.On 1908 .At age 21 he gained a commission in the Royal Warwickshire Regiment. During World War One, & was given a succession of command posts in Britain and in India & by 1938, he had been promoted to the rank of major-general.His victory at El Alamein was to turn the tide of the war, to defeat the Germans at El Alamein was the the first they had experienced and within North Africa. . Battle of Britain Gen Bernard Montgomery Map of United Kingdom & Germany during the battle across the English Channel. http://ww2db.com/person_bio.php?person_id=7 http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/battle-of-britain http://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2011/07/world-war-ii-the-battle-of-britain/100102/ The Battle of Britain
Transcript: Mortars WW1 1914-1917 - Lewis Gun Aircraft Poison gas TECHNOLOGY THE U.S. ENTERS THE WAR - The assassination of Archduke Ferdinad caused Austria-Hungary to declare war on Serbia - Maschinengewehr 08 -Berthier 8mm - Schwarzlose MG M.07/12 Artillery -The Zimmernann Note was sent to Mexico in 1917 by Germany to form an alliance and help them regain land. The note was intercepted by the British The War's Impact on Different Groups While the men were at war, women took over their jobs as railroad workers, cooks, bricklayers, etc. Many women also helped to volunteer at Red Cross facilities. President Wilson acknowledged the services of women by passing the 19th Amendment which finally let women vote. The opinion for black people joining war was divided. W.E.B. Du Bois supported the war because he felt the support from African-American would strengthen calls for racial justice. William Monroe however was against African-Americans to join the war. He believed that victims of racism should not support a "racist government". In 1918 Congress had passed the Espionage & Sedition Act in which a person can be fined and have up to 20 years of jail time if they said anything negative about the US war efforts. An example of the Espionage and Sedition Acts was when Charles Schenck called the draft as being a "deed against humanity". He was sentenced to prison but he agrued that it was against his freedom of speech - During this time, the U.S. was celebrating the opening of the Panama Canal Submarine (U-Boat) After Germany ignorned Wilson's call for peace after the sinking of the Lusitania was when the US took action in WW1. The US would send new and fresh soldiers which would help the worn out and tired allies soldiers to deafeat the central powers. After WW1 the US goverment and military was stronger than ever before. After WW1 social change was accelerating for women and african- americans. The U.S. entered the war on 1917 Machine Guns Ending the War Conclusion Rifles Mobilization - Another major battle was the Battle of Soissons. The U.S. was aiding their French allies against the German invaders. The battle lasted for 4 days, starting on the 18th of July to the 22nd. The battle ended with the French recapturing ground lost to the Germans. On June 8,1919 after 4 years of war, aliies and central power met at the Palace of Versailles to create the Treaty of Versailles which they would hope the treaty would help rebuild Europe. The treaty help create 9 new nations. Some of them were Poland and Czechoslovakia. The treaty also made Germany to no longer have an armyand had to pay war damages to the allies which ended up being $33 billion. The Treaty of Versailles ironically would end up causing WW2. Many people in the US did not aprrove of the treaty. Herbert Hoover was one person who did'nt approve the treaty as he thought that all the damage in Europe would affect the US. Many people however were on opposition of the League of Nations because many thought that the League threatened to US foregign policy. While President Woodrow Wilson was extremely ill Senator Lodge wanted to enter the US into the League of Nations. President Wilson and the Senate bothe rejected that idea. The US was not ready to take part in WW1 as they only had 200,000 soldiers when war was declared. Drastic measures were going to be needed in order to have an impact on the war. The War Industries Board encouraged factories to use mass production techniques to increase efficiency. Under the War Industries Board, production went up by 20%. Corporate industries such as meat,oil, and steel also profited a significant amount. Woodrow Wilson set up the Food Administration to help produce and conserve food. Many people contributed by growing their own food. As a result of the efforts, American food shipments to the Allies went up. The government raised the taxes for tobacco, liquor and other goods which was called the war-profits tax which led up raising 1/3 the amount of what the government would spend on war. To popularize and encourage men to join the war the government created the Committee on Public Information, they helped spread propaganda by creating posters and paintings. WORLD WAR 1 POWERPOINT ASSIGNMENT BY ALEX ANZO & MARK GARCIA -Springfield 1903 .30–06 Tank -Lee-Enfield .303 - In 1916, the U.S. made Germany promise not to sink any civilian U-boats, or they will declare war. This was called Unrestricted U-Boat Warfare Flamethrowers - On May 7, 1915, a German U-boat sank the Lusitania, a British liner that was carrying both British and American civilians -One major battle was the Battle of Saint- Mihiel in which American and French soldiers faiught against German soldiers. -Over 400 American units provided air support in that battle -The Battle of the Sambre involved the US fighting with The British Empire and France -The US, British Empire and France distrupted the German defensive line and make it even shorter British Mark 1 Tank
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Transcript: Born: 20 April 1889 British planes from England were called Spitfires and the Germany were called Tod von oben in Germen Introduction Hello everybody today i will be talking about world war 2 in 1939,now first i will talk about planes. Fact3:Hitler At world war 2 there were a evil side and a good side these are them Died:30 April 1945 Germany And British Planes Facts2:Teams Hilter died because he posined him self then put his gun in his mouth then shot him self he did that because the British people would do bad stuff to him like hang him and other things Why this happened The Axis •German •Italy •Japan Slovakia (Nov. 1940) Hungary (Nov. 1940) Romania (Nov. 1940) Bulgaria (March 1941) Rationing Other Plane Facts These are facts about Hitler Adolf. Hitler was an Austrian-born German politician who was the leader of the Nazi Party. He was Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945 and Führer of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945. As effective dictator of Nazi Germany, Hitler was at the centre of World War II in Europe, and the Holocaust. The Allies •Australia •Belgium •Brazil •Canada •China •Czechoslovakia •Denmark •Estonia •France •Greece •India •Latvia •Lithuania •Malta •The Netherlands •New Zealand •Norway •Poland •South Africa •United Kingdom •United States •USSR •Yugoslavia .The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter aircraft that was used by the Royal Air Force and many other Allied countries during and after the Second World War. The Spitfire was built in many variants, using several wing configurations, and was produced in greater numbers than any other British aircraft. It was also the only British fighter to be in continuous production throughout the war. The Spitfire continues to be a popular aircraft, with approximately 53 Spitfires being airworthy, while many more are static exhibits in aviation museums all over the world. Food rationing began in 1940. This meant each person could buy only a fixed amount of certain foods each week. Much of Britain's food came from other countries in ships. Enemy submarines sank so many ships that there was a shortage of some foods. Rationing made sure everyone got a fair share. You had to hand over coupons from your ration book, as well as money, when you went shopping. When you had used up your ration of one food (say, cheese or meat), you could not buy any more that week. Vegetarians could swap meat coupons for other foods. This happened because Germany invaded Poland so Hitlar could get power and the land.So Britian and France declared war on Germany. WORLD WAR 2 POWERPOINT
Transcript: A Nazi pogrom (Night of the Broken Glass) throughout Germany and Austria on the night of November 9–10, 1938, during which Jews were killed and their was property destroyed. The Interwar World War II Powerpoint was an intergovernmental organization founded as a result of the Paris Peace Conference that ended the First World War. They wanted to make sure another war does not occur. Appeasement is when a country gives into demands of another country. Britain and France tried to appease Germany because they did not want to fight and get into another war. A place for political prisoners in which many die from poor conditions and treatment from mass execution. Holocaust (Labeling) The Great Depression was when high unemployment and high prices was happening everywhere. The Dawes Plan was when the US gave a loan to Germany to help rebuild Europe but Germany instead tries to rebuild their military. Japan conquered China and Italy conquered Ethiopia. Appeasement The military that was called for the United Nations was called NATO. 1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) North Atlantic Treaty Organization, an international organization composed of the US, Canada, Britain, and a number of European countries: established by the North Atlantic Treaty (1949) for purposes of collective security. In 1994 it launched the Partnership for Peace initiative, in order to forge alliances with former Warsaw Pact countries; in 1997 a treaty of cooperation with Russia was signed and in 1999 Hungary, Poland, and the Czech Republic became full NATO members Invasion of Normandy Operation Barbarossa was the name given to Nazi Germany’s invasion of Russia on June 22nd 1941. Barbarossa the largest military attack of World War Two and was to have appalling consequences for the Russian people. Three army groups attacked Russia on June 22nd 1941. Army Group North, led by von Leeb, Army Group Centre, commanded by von Bock and Army Group South commanded by von Rundstedt. Operation Barbarossa League of Nations Holocaust (Concentration Camps) Kristallnacht Result of World War II Poland was invaded by Germany and the Soviet Union. The invasion of Poland began on September 1st, 1939 from Germany. The Soviet Union invasion commenced on September 17, 1939. The campaign ended on October 6th, 1939 by Germany and the Soviet Union dividing up Poland. The attack started on May 10, 1940. The Germans seized the initiative, capturing the key Belgian fort of Eban Emael with a daring airborne operation. The speed of the German advance and the brutality of the air raids gave them a huge psychological advantage, and on 14 May the Dutch surrendered. Fall of France Invasion of Poland Jews and other minorities were thrown into these places called concentration camps where they have to do labor until their execution time comes. Short Bios on Hitler, Missolini, and Trojo Hitler was born in Austria-Hungary on April 20th, 1899. He was the leader of Germany from 1933-1945. He was the leader of the nazi party and a powerful dictator. The Jews were labeled with yellow stars called the stars of David to distinguish themselves from everybody else. They were forced to be labeled. The Invasion of Normandy was the invasion and establishment of Western Allied forces in Normandy, during Operation Overlord in 1944 during World War II, the largest amphibious invasion to ever take place. Holocaust (Death camps) The US and Russia became competitors on the world stage and engaged in what became known as the Cold War, so called because it never boiled over into open war between the two powers but was focused on espionage, political subversion and proxy wars. Western Europe and Japan were rebuilt through the American Marshall Plan whereas Eastern Europe was in the Soviet sphere of influence and rejected the Marshall Plan United Nations (NATO)
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Transcript: Wilson Fights for Peace Wilson Delivers 14 points plan 1. No More Secret agreements 2. Free navigation of all seas 3. An end to all economic barriers between countries 4. Countries to reduce weapon numbers 5. All decisions regarding the colonies should be impacted 6. The German Army is to be removed from Russia, Russia should be able to develop their own political set-up. 7. Belgium should be independent like before the war. 8. France should be fully liberated and allowed to recover Alsace-Lorraine. 9. All Italians are to be allowed to live in Italy 10. Self- Determination and guarantees of independence should be allowed for Austria-Hungary 11. Self-Determination should be allowed for all those living in Austria-Hungary 12. The Turkish people should be governed by the Turkish Government. (Non-Turks in the old Turkish Empire should govern themselves.) 13. An independent Poland should be created which should have access to the sea. 14. A league of Nations should be set up to guarantee the political and territorial independence of all states. • Allies wanted Germany to pay $33 billion dollars for war damage to the allies. Charles Schenck was the secretary of the socialist party of America. • People thought that the League of Nations ruined America's privacy and it would reveal their secrets to other Nations. Most countries wanted Germany in general to pay for the 2 invasions of France. Schenck was indicated and convicted of violating the Espionage Act of 1917. Schenck stated that he didn't have a First Amendment (The right to express freedom of speech against the draft during WWI • The Treaty of Versaille affected Germany, it stated that Germany was the sole responsible country that start World War I. The treaty had contained the War-Guilt cause. The Legacy of the War • Most countries didn't want extreme peace at all! • When Woodrow Wilson came back to the US, he faced a load of criticism regarding the Treaty of Versailles. • People thought the treaty was "too harsh" and that it will bring down the US Economy when Europe loses their Economic Strength • Responsible for printing • Distributing and mailing to prospective military • Draftees during WWI • Responsible for 15,000 leaflets that advocated opposition to the draft Allies Reject Wilson's Plan Opposition of the Treaty Provisors Of The Treaty • Wilson refused the critics. He went on a 3 week, 8,000 trip around the US giving speeches explaining why the US should join the League of Nations. Schencks Job Argued: January 8-10, 1919 Decided: March 3, 1919 The Treaty's Weaknesses Debate Over the League of Nations • After the War ended, the US strengthened its military and government power. • An Austrian named Adolf Hitler, a veteran of World War I, spoke out for Germany and stated " We demand Vengeance! 2 million Germans have died in vain." Schenck V. United States By: Rahel, Najja, Josh, Jada & Tom Wilson Refuses to Compromise
Transcript: Poison Gas -These trenches were scratch affairs, created as the advancing troops dug in, and were sometimes little more than 18 inches deep. -The space in between the two opposing areas was called "No Mans Lands" Life in the Trenches World War 1 PowerPoint Projects - This chemical warfare was a large component of world war 1. - "Mustard Gas" was made from chlorine gas which burned peoples throats and killed them by asphyxiation. Jerrod Billingsley 4/7/15 Core: 4 http://www.longlongtrail.co.uk/PIX/inthetrenches4.JPG
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