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WW2 Learning Targets
Transcript of WW2 Learning Targets
Targets Presentation The Treaty of Versailles led to World War II because the Treaty says that Germany had started World War I and that Germany had to give up land, Money and most of their army. In Germany, people were in debt, then a man named Adolf Hitler took power and it led to war in Europe. (Explained more in Learning Target F) Learning Target A- I can Describe how the
Treaty of Vesailles Led to the start of World War 2. Learning Target B- I can describe why the
United States joined World War 2. The Home Front was a limit of food to buy such as sugar, flour, butter etc. They had use things called Ration stamps, which shows a picture of a tank, submarine etc. to mean that when the person buys less of food, they are helping the War. Also they had to limit of clothing, shoes etc. During the war people were rationing for all the men and women that were fighting in war LearningTarget C- I can describe life on the home front before and during the war. Learning Target D- I can describe how Japanese
Americans faced internment (imprisonment) during the
war. The United States joined World War II because in Japan, they wanted more land and power, so they started to invade China, but then U.S won't let them, so the U.S cut all trades to Japan, then Japan got mad. So Emperor Hirohito started to plans and Bombed Pearl Harbor in Hawaii then that's how the United States joined World War II. The Treaty of Versailles Pearl Harbor today A propaganda of rationing for
the war. After Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, Americans started to look at Japenese-Americans as spies to attack the United States. So the U.S government took action, even though that they didn't have evidence that Japanese-Americans are spies. Japanese Americans got fed, not as much hard labor though. (Not like The Trail of Tears) President Rosselvelt
and his wife visits a
internment camp. Learning Target E- I can describe the impact of the Allied invasion of Europe. June 6th, 1944, the General of Great Britain's Air Force and Naval Forces, and the 34th President of United States, Dwight D. Eisenhower sent U.S troops and British troops to Northern France and met with French troops and went to secretly attack Hitler's fortress in the Center of Europe, they called it Operation Overload D-Day. The Battle held place at many places in Europe (Mostly Beaches) Omaha Beach, Utah Beach, Sword Beach, Gold Beach, Juno Beach. During the Battle the Allies used bombs to destory Hitler's Fortress, tanks to face the troops of Hitler, Soliders running towards there enemies, Air forces attack in the sky, ships of Allies shoot missles. The D-Day invasion was won by the Allies! That was turning point of the end of Hitler's Regime. Allied Powers
Invading Hitler's Fortress. Learning Target F- I can explain why NAZIs targeted specific cultural groups in the Holocaust. Nazis targeted other ethnic groups because he believed that Germans are a superior race than other cultural groups then he wil invade all of Europe then the World. Hitler and the Nazis also believed that the Treaty of Vesailles was actually made by Jewish people, so Hitler started hunting them down and murdering innocent people. Es Lebe Deutchland (Long Live Germany)
was a Propaganda to show how Germany is going to invade with Hitler as leader. Learning Target G- I can explain why the United States used the atomic bomb, and I can describe the atomic bomb's effect on the world. The United States got the atomic bomb from Austrian scientist that escaped from the Nazi invasion of Europe and fleed to the United States. Things got settle in the Europe after May 8th, 1945 (The day that Germany surrendered), so the United States used atomic bomb because Japan would not surrender because the were trained to never surrender to the enemy. The United States warned Japan that they were going to drop the bomb, but Japan wouldn't surrender, so the United States dropped a bomb called Little boy on a town in Japan called Hiroshima on August 6th, 1945. Then Japan still didn't give up so the United States dropped another atomic bomb called Fat man on to a town called Nagasaki. Japan Surrendered on September 2nd, 1945. The atomic bomb effected lots of people, even still today, during the time of the bomb, people got burns, nucular reactions, Cancer, and other injuries and dieases too. Learning Target G- I can explain why the United States used the atomic bomb, and I can describe the atomic bomb's effect on the world. (Continued) The Atomic Bomb after the U.S used it on Japan was rarely used in other wars. Today, people from the time of the Atomic Bomb may have not had Cancer or dieases, but few years later, the radiation from the bomb effected later. The Cloud of the explosion
in Nagasaki and Hiroshima. Works cited 1. CMSW History Book. N.p.: n.p., n.d. Print.
2. "History: The Definitive Visual Guide [HIST] [Unknown Binding]." History: The Definitive Visual Guide [HIST]: Amazon.com: Books. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Apr. 2013.
3. PBS. PBS, n.d. Web. 18 Apr. 2013. Thanks
for Watching! Learning Target G- I can explain why the United States used the atomic bomb, and I can describe the atomic bomb's effect on the world. (Continued) The Bomb Affected world by many ways, from raditation and litter and debris. The scientists felt bad for people, one of the scienctist named Robert J. Oppenheimer and He said, quote: "Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds." A Picture of Robert J. Oppenheimer