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The End of World War II. By: George Logan, E.J. Justis, Dominick Reyes, Alex Stude, and Kyle deLeon. Horrors of the Holocaust . Allies were aware of these camps. They learned what was going on in these camps only at the end of the war.

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The end of world war ii

The End of World War II

By: George Logan, E.J. Justis, Dominick Reyes, Alex Stude, and Kyle deLeon

Horrors of the holocaust

Horrors of the Holocaust

  • Allies were aware of these camps.

  • They learned what was going on in these camps only at the end of the war.

  • Dwight Eisenhower described it as: “ Ruthless disregard with every sense of decency.” along with inhumane.

  • Camps were liberated almost immediately.

War crimes trials

War Crimes Trials

  • Axis Powers are charged with war crimes.

  • Trials were held in Nuremberg.

  • Trials discredited Totolitarianistic ideology.

  • Nearly 200 Germans and Austrians were tried.

  • Many:

    • received death sentences.

    • were imprisoned.

    • were accused of these crimes and were never captured or put to trial (mainly in Japan)

    • showed that the military or political leaders should be fined instead of the men.

Occupying allies

Occupying Allies

  • War crimes discredited totalitarian ideology.

  • US tried to ensure peace in Europe.

  • Japan and Germany tried to create new governments such as a new democratic situation (mainly occurred in Germany and Japan)

  • General MacArthur encouraged Japan to create a new constitution.

Establishing the un

Establishing the UN

  • April 1945- delegates from 50 nations met at San Francisco to draft a charter for the United Nations.

  • The United Nations is more involved in worldly affairs than the League of Nations (its predecessor).

  • Every nation in the U.N. (under the UN Charter) has one vote in the General Assembly.

  • The Security council is much smaller than the General Assembly but has more power.

  • The permanent U.N. members which are the U.S., The Soviet Union (now Russia), Britain, France, and China all have the right to veto any council decision.

  • The Security Council has the power to apply economic sanctions and send a peace keeping military force to resolve disputes.

Establishing the un continued

Establishing the UN (Continued)

  • Since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, more acts of peacekeeping have been approved.

  • The U.N. does more than peacekeeping they:

    • stop disease outbreaks

    • create better education

    • protect refugees

    • help organizations to economically grow.

  • Organizations such as the “World Health Organization” and the “Food and Agricultural Organization” have helped millions around the world.

The alliance breaks apart

The Alliance Breaks Apart

  • The Soviet Union and the nations of the west cooperated to defeat Germany

  • Allies set up councils with Britain, France, China, United States, and Soviet union to keep peace

  • Several peace agreements were created with axis powers in 1947

  • German reparations cased tension to greaten between the powers

  • This tension led to the cold war

  • Was a state of tension and hostility between nations aligned with US and nation aligned with the Soviet Union

The alliance breaks apart c ontinued

The Alliance Breaks Apart (Continued)

  • Stalin had two goals during cold war:

    • spread communism

    • create a zone of friendly governments as a defense against Germany

  • Roosevelt and Churchill rejected Stalin’s views and made him promise “free elections.”

  • Stalin Ignored it and his influence cased rapid spread of communism.

  • Poland, Czechoslovakia, and elsewhere destroyed local political parties for communism

  • They assassinated democratic leaders

  • By 1948 pro-Soviet communist government were in place throughout Europe

Helping a ravaged europe

Helping a Ravaged Europe

Truman s at it again

Truman’s at it Again

Tensions rise

Tensions Rise

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