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Warm up. The English philosopher John Locke argued that life, liberty, and property are A) natural rights that should be protected by government . B) political rights to be granted as determined by law. C) economic rights earned in a capitalistic system .

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Warm up
Warm up

The English philosopher John Locke argued

that life, liberty, and property are

A) natural rights that should be protected by government.

B) political rights to be granted as determined by law.

C) economic rights earned in a capitalistic system.

D) social rights guaranteed by the ruling class.


  • Warm up (10 minutes)

  • Overview of Italian Campaign (15 minutes)

  • Brain pop on Causes of WWII (10 minutes)

  • Review Study Guide (10 mins)

  • Choice Reading (10 minutes)

Italian campaign
Italian Campaign

What new facts can you add to your reading notes?

What was the purpose of the Italian Campaign?

Mini test format
Mini-Test Format

  • 30 mastery points

  • Matching (battles/events with word bank)

  • Multiple Choice

  • Map

  • Choose a Pacific Theater battle and explain what happened.

Brain pop causes of wwii
Brain Pop: Causes of WWII

  • Get ready for the quiz!

Event 1 czechoslovakia crisis
Event 1- Czechoslovakia Crisis

  • Hitler goes against the Treaty of Versailles and starts rebuilding his army

  • Because the League of Nations did nothing to stop him, he then took over the Rhineland

  • Hitler wanted to take over the Sudetenland, located in Czechoslovakia, because there was a large German population, and because it was rich in resources

  • At the Munich conference, Great Britain, France, and Italy gave into this request, they appeased Hitler to avoid another war.

Event 2 violation of the munich pact
Event 2 – Violation of the Munich Pact

  • After the leaders of Britain, France, Germany and Italy appeased Hitler, or let him keep the land to avoid an all out war, as long as he promised to stop at that point, Hitler violated the agreement.

  • Hitler pressured the Czech leaders to do things for Germany, but when they would not, Hitler invaded the rest of Czechoslovakia

Event 3 invasion of poland
Event 3 – Invasion of Poland

  • Just before the invasion, Hitler and Stalin signed a secret agreement called the Non-Aggression Pact

    • This pact said that neither country would attack the other one

  • Great Britain, on the other hand, agreed to support Poland

  • France also pledged to support Poland if it was attacked by Germany

  • And on September 1, 1939, Germany invaded Poland

  • What did the other countries do?

    • After the invasion, Britain and France declared war on Germany which started WWII

Event 4 invasion of france
Event 4 – Invasion of France

  • For 7 months, there was no fighting between any of the countries. This time was called the Phony War

  • Germany ended this Phony War by invading the Low Countries, or Luxembourg, Netherlands, and Belgium

  • After three weeks, Germany had conquered all of those countries, and was moving into France

  • Then there was the Battle of Dunkirk, where the Allied soldiers were trapped in Dunkirk. The British tried to get them out of trouble, so they got any ships that they could get, and under great danger, escaped under fire from the Germans, with over 330,000 soldiers.

  • France saw that the Germans were going to take over, and so they moved their government to the south of France

Event 5 the battle of britain
Event 5 – The Battle of Britain

  • On June 22, 1940, France surrendered to Germany, and Hitler now controlled all of Europe besides Great Britain

  • Hitler then turned his attention to taking over Great Britain

  • What would be difficult about taking over the UK?

    • It is an island, so you have to take over by plane

  • The Germans launched Operation Sea Lion, where they would take the Luftwaffe (Germany’s air force), to attack the island, destroying mostly the cities.

  • What advantages did Great Britain have?

    • They had radar, so they could see where the German planes were

    • British had a copy of the Enigma, or a German code-making machine

Event 6 the invasion of the ussr
Event 6 – The invasion of the USSR

  • Operation Barbarossa began in the summer of 1941

  • On June 22, 1941, he sent his troops into the Soviet Union to attack the major cities

  • What would be difficult about attacking the USSR?

    • You must travel long distances to get to any major cities

    • The weather is very harsh for those who are not prepared

  • When the Germans finally got to Leningrad, the Soviet people would not surrender, so the Germans moved onto Moscow

  • In Moscow, there were many fresh troops, and the harsh winter did not help the already tired German troops, and they eventually retreated

Event 7 operation overlord
Event 7 – Operation Overlord

  • It was originally scheduled for 1941, but was pushed back to 1944

  • Operation Overlord, also known as D Day, was the Allied invasion of the French Coast at Normandy

  • Although thousands died in this one battle, the Germans eventually retreated, and it marked the beginning of the end for the Germans

  • Why was this significant?

    • Because it showed that the Germans were getting weaker, and that the Allied forces were beginning to win the war

Choice reading
Choice Reading

  • Choose one Brain Pop supplemental reading to read and be ready to share out with the class