US History 8

January 5, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: History, European History, World War II (1939-1945)
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PresentationExpress The World War II Era (1935–1945) Aggression Leads to War The United States at War The War at Home Toward Victory

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Aggression Leads to War

The Rise of Dictators Main Idea: Postwar problems led to the rise of dictators in several nations. Military Aggression Main Idea: The rulers of Japan, Italy, and Germany sought to expand their territories and conquer other nations. American Neutrality Main Idea: The United States sought to stay out of growing world conflict while strengthening ties to Latin American. War Begins in Europe Main Idea: After invading Poland, German armies quickly conquered most of Europe. MapMaster: Aggression in Europe to 1939 Color Transparencies: Japanese Expansion, 1931–1942 Progress Monitoring Transparency

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Japanese Expansion, 1931–1942

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The United States at War

Moving Toward War Main Idea: Though the United States officially remained neutral, Roosevelt found ways to help Britain defend against the Nazis. The United States Enters the War

Main Idea: The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor brought the United States into World War II. Europe and North Africa Main Idea: The German advance was slowed by Soviet resistance and by Allied victories in North Africa. Japan Sweeps Through the Pacific Main Idea: Japan's rapid advance across the Pacific was finally halted in two major naval battles. History Interactive: Learn About Pearl Harbor

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Attack on Pearl Harbor

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The War at Home

Organizing for War Main Idea: The United States increased the size of its military and directed the economy toward the war effort. Women in Industry Main Idea: During the war, American women took over many industrial jobs. Ordeal for Japanese Americans Main Idea: Because of wartime fears, many Japanese Americans were forced to live in detention camps. Tensions at Home Main Idea: Enemy aliens, African Americans, and Mexican Americans faced discrimination at home.

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Rationing During World War II

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Toward Victory

Victory in Europe Main Idea: The invasion of Italy and the D-Day landing in France set the stage for the defeat of Germany. Victory in the Pacific Main Idea: After a series of bloody battles on the Pacific Islands, the atomic bomb was finally used to defeat Japan. The Holocaust Main Idea: The world learned how the Nazis murdered 6 million Jews and millions of other people. Progress Monitoring Transparency

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