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  1. Please do not talk at this time Sept 20 HW: Chapter 16.4 Cornell Notes Due Mon. Chapter 16.5 Cornell Notes Due Tues. Please get a WWII End Cornell Note Guide This is pg. 33A

  2. European Theater of Operations Allies from the South, having taken North Africa. Allies from the East, having won in Russia Allies from the West, jumping off from Britain Germany is Surrounded!

  3. Gen. Eisenhower Gives the Orders for D-Day [“Operation Overlord”]

  4. D-Day (June 6, 1944)

  5. Normandy Landing (June 6, 1944) German Prisoners Higgins Landing Crafts

  6. The Liberation of Paris:August 25, 1944 De Gaulle in Triumph!

  7. Yalta: February, 1945 • FDR wants quick Soviet entry into Pacific war. • FDR & Churchill concede Stalin needs buffer, FDR & Stalin want spheres of influence and a weak Germany. • Churchill wants strong Germany as bufferagainst Stalin. • FDR argues for a ‘United Nations’.

  8. The Battle of the Bulge:Hitler’s Last Offensive Why does Hitler Have to win the Battle of the Bulge to keep fighting? Dec. 16, 1944toJan. 28, 1945

  9. US & Russian Soldiers Meet at the Elbe River: April 25, 1945 The war is OVER in Europe!

  10. Please do not talk at this time Sept 21 • HW: Chapter 16.4 due Monday • Chapter 16.5 Cornell Notes Pg 34A Due Tues. WWII Test on Friday with Short Answer Questions (All of Chapter 16, except Sect. 3) Bring Pg. 10A: WWI Review on Tuesday to use in class.

  11. Back to the Pacific! Get out your WWII End Cornell Notes

  12. Col. Paul Tibbets & the A-Bomb Why does this man look so cheerful?

  13. Hiroshima – August 6, 1945 • 70,000 killed immediately. • 48,000 buildings. destroyed. • 100,000s died of radiation poisoning & cancer later.

  14. Nagasaki – August 9, 1945 • 40,000 killed immediately. • 60,000 injured. • 100,000s died ofradiation poisoning& cancer later.

  15. V-J Day (September 2, 1945) • Japan surrenders • MacArthur and others help write the new Japanese Constitution • US forces the Emperor of Japan to tell his people he is not a God and not descended of the Gods. Japan is on its own. No “Divine Wind” will save her. What psychological effect are the Americans trying to have on the Japanese people by making them surrender this way? Why?

  16. As we watch the video on the Civilian Experience in WWII, Please record notes on pg. 29A Title: Civilian Experience in WWII How did Civilians suffer during WWII? In what ways were they harmed? How did civilians react to this suffering? How did they deal with being a Part of the war even though they were civilians? Consider these questions and record your notes in the Civilians and WWII box.

  17. Results of World War II

  18. WW II Casualties: Europe Each symbol indicates 100,000 dead in the appropriate theater of operations

  19. WW II Casualties: Asia Each symbol indicates 100,000 dead in the appropriate theater of operations

  20. Financial Cost of WWII • U.S. $288,000,000,000 • Germany $212,336,000,000 • France $111,272,000,000 • U.S.S.R. $93,012,000,000 • Britain $49,786,000,000 • Japan $41,272,000,000 • Direct economic costs of WWII $1,600,000,000,000

  21. Who paid the Highest Cost for WWII?

  22. Cost to World Stability

  23. The U.S. & the U.S.S.R. Emerged as the Two Superpowers of the later 20c

  24. The Bi-Polarization of Europe: The Beginning of the Cold War Allied with USA Allied with USSR Other countries

  25. The Division of Germany:1945 - 1990

  26. The Creation of the U. N. • The United Nations is Created to do Three Things: • Peacefully solve problems between countries • End Colonialism and make new countries out of old colonies • Put war leaders on trial for atrocities

  27. Cost to Moral Decency

  28. The Nuremberg War Trials:Crimes Against Humanity Nazis are put on trial for the new crime of “Crimes against Humanity” All but one Nazi leader swear they were in the right until the bitter end.

  29. Japanese War Crimes Trials General Hideki Tojo Japanese military is also put on trial in Tokyo. Very few Japanese military leaders are convicted, though ample evidence of atrocities in Burma, Philippines and China are documented and presented. Japanese later deny all these claims and remove them from their history books.

  30. Why would the world need the United Nations to play referee and handle international disputes and trials?

  31. WWII Test Short Answer Topics: • Civilian Experience in WWII- Cite specific incidents • Significant Battles of WWII- Why are they important • Ultimate Cost of the War • Compare WWI and WWII

  32. As we watch the video on the Civilian Experience in WWII, Please record notes on pg. 29A Title: Civilian Experience in WWII How did Civilians suffer during WWII? In what ways were they harmed? How did civilians react to this suffering? How did they deal with being a Part of the war even though they were civilians? Consider these questions and record your notes in the Civilians and WWII box.

  33. Please do not talk at this time Sept 24 HW: WWII Test with Short Answer section on Friday Chapter 16.5 Cornell Notes Due Tuesday Please bring Pg 10A WWI Review on Tuesday Please get out your Chapter 16.4 Cornell Notes to be checked off

  34. Please get a WWII Review Handout Pg. 35A

  35. Find a Partner you can work well with…or if you are an Intrapersonal learner, work alone… • Get out your notes from this unit and a book and use them to fill out the rest of the WWII review handout (pg. A) You have 20 minutes.

  36. As we watch the video on the Civilian Experience in WWII, Please record notes on pg. 29A Title: Civilian Experience in WWII How did Civilians suffer during WWII? In what ways were they harmed? How did civilians react to this suffering? How did they deal with being a Part of the war even though they were civilians? Consider these questions and record your notes in the Civilians and WWII box.

  37. Think:Turn to your partner and tell them the part of the video that struck you the most. What was surprising or especially memorable? Then listen to their answer!

  38. Please do not talk at this time Sept 24 HW: WWII Test with Short Answer section on Friday Please get out your Chapter 16.5 Cornell Notes and your handouts on WWI and WWII (Pgs. 10 and Pg. 35)

  39. We’ll put up BOTH what was similar and what was different about these wars on the board. • Now look at your WWI Review (pg. 10) and your WWII Review together… • Using a highlighter or a colored pencil, underline those things on these two papers that are the SAME for both WWI and WWII.

  40. Compare and Contrast Practice- Pg 35B • WWI and WWII were similar in the category of ____________________ because they both had ______________________________________________________________ • WWI and WWII were different in the category of ____________________ because WWI had _____________________ while WWII had ___________________________

  41. Compare and Contrast Practice- Pg 35B • WWI and WWII were similar in the category of ____________________ because they both had ______________________________________________________________ • WWI and WWII were different in the category of ____________________ because WWI had _____________________ while WWII had ___________________________

  42. Please do not talk at this time Sept 26/27 • HW: WWII Test on Friday with Short Answer Questions (All of Chapter 16, except Sect. 3) Study guide for the test is on line now. Feel free to download and use it to prepare for the test. To turn in On Friday: • WWII Compare Handout • Cartoon Analysis Packet • One set of Cornell Notes from 16.2, 16.4 or 16.5 Pass Back Papers!

  43. Please get a Cartoon Analysis page and a Cartoon Analysis Worksheet. These are Pgs. 36 A-C

  44. Cartoon Analysis • Being able to Analyze (identify and state the deeper, below the surface meaning in something) is an important Social Studies Skill. • Political Cartoons are a common way to tackle difficult ideas in history. • Today we are going to learn an advanced technique for analyzing political cartoons. • You will use this technique all Semester.

  45. Analyze: 1. To examine carefully and in detail so as to identify connections, causes, key factors, possible results, etc.2. To break down

  46. B.A.S.I.C Cartoon Analysis • Background • Argument • Symbolism • Irony • Caricature

  47. Background • What background information do you have that could help you understand what is going on? • What is the historical context in which the cartoon was produced?

  48. Argument • What argument is the author of the cartoon making? • What is the main point of the Thesis of the cartoon?

  49. Symbolism • A symbol is something that represents or stands for something else (Uncle Sam stands for the US) • What do these symbols represent?