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Activator: T&T Discussions. Why was Hitler able to rise to power so quickly in Germany? What was Hitler’s justification for annexing the Rhineland, Austria and the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia? Why was the Spanish Civil War significant within the context of WWII?

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Activator t t discussions
Activator: T&T Discussions

Why was Hitler able to rise to power so quickly in Germany?

What was Hitler’s justification for annexing the Rhineland, Austria and the Sudetenland in Czechoslovakia?

Why was the Spanish Civil War significant within the context of WWII?

In what ways was the Lend-Lease Act a significant shift in U.S. foreign policy?

Is it valid to call Pearl Harbor, 1941 a “surprise assault?


Atlantic charter
Atlantic Charter

No territorial aggrandizement

No territorial changes made against the wishes of the people

Restoration of self-government to those deprived of it

Equal access to raw materials

Reduction of trade restrictions

Global cooperation to secure better economic and social conditions for all

Freedom from fear and want

Freedom of the seas

Abandonment of the use of force, as well as disarmament of aggressor nations


Introducing fdr s four freedoms
Introducing FDR’s Four Freedoms

  • Close Reading:

    • Read the excerpt from FDR’s 1941 State of the Union Address.

    • Identify the Four Freedoms.

    • Rank the freedoms: Which are most essential to you, and why?

    • Do you believe that these freedoms are worth going to war over? Explain your answer.


WWII

The Four Freedoms


Four freedoms
Four Freedoms

Norman Rockwell, Saturday Evening Post, 1943.

In general, work reflected American culture and depicted common Americans in everyday moments.

Highlight of a traveling exhibition sponsored by The Post and the U.S. Treasury Department that helped to sell war bonds, raising $132 million.


Essential question s
Essential Question(s)

  • To what extent did the United States’ actions abroad and on the home front during WWII uphold the values articulated in FDR’s “Four Freedoms” SOTU address and Norman Rockwell’s paintings?

    • If you recognize a contradiction, how do you account for or explain it?

      • Was U.S. involvement and action in World War II justified?



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To what extent did the United States’ actions abroad and on the home front uphold the values articulated in FDR’s “Four Freedoms” address and Norman Rockwell’s paintings?


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