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WW2 – Pacific Jeopardy

WW2 – Pacific Jeopardy

WW2 – Pacific Jeopardy. Allied Advances. Midway & Coral Sea. Early Acts. People. Wild Card. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $500. Q $500.

By Renfred
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Essential Question :

Essential Question :

Essential Question : What role did the United States play in fighting in the Pacific during World War II?. While the war was coming to an end in Europe, the Allies continued to fight the Japanese in the Pacific. After the attack on Pearl Harbor, the USA sent troops to the Pacific theater.

By nitza
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The Pacific War

The Pacific War

The Pacific War. What major battles happen between Japan & the US in the Pacific?. I. Allies Strike Back. A. April 1942: “ Doolittle’s Raid ”! 1. US Col. James “Jimmy” Doolittle leads bombing attack on Tokyo 2. Shows Japan is vulnerable to air attacks

By toshi
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Essential Question : What were the major events of World War II from 1942 to 1945?

Essential Question : What were the major events of World War II from 1942 to 1945?

Essential Question : What were the major events of World War II from 1942 to 1945? Warm Up Question :. From 1939 to 1942, the Axis Powers dominated Europe, North Africa, & Asia. Germany used blitzkrieg tactics to dominate Eastern & Western Europe.

By parry
(309 views)

Mr. Mayer Economics

Mr. Mayer Economics

Mr. Mayer Economics. Capitalism and Free Enterprise. Capitalism. Capitalism - a system in which people like you and me own our own labor, and the property, equipment, and other resources to make money. Characteristics of a Free Enterprise Economy. Economic freedom Voluntary exchange

By margret
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Weapons and Tactics of World War I

Weapons and Tactics of World War I

Weapons and Tactics of World War I. Notes - Causes. Notes - Causes. US Infantry . Flamethrowers M1903 Springfield M1917 Browning MK 1 Grenade. Artillery. Stokes Mortar BL Howitzer (8 inch) Range: 5 miles. Tanks. Mark V Renault FT. Airplanes. Fokker DR 1 Triplane Scout C. Navy.

By dahlia
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WORLD WAR II

WORLD WAR II

WORLD WAR II. Pacific Campaign. DISCUSS/REVIEW. How did the United States get involved in World War II?. Neutrality Acts. 1935 prohibited export of “arms, ammunition, & implements of war” to foreign, warring nations 1937 warring nations could get any item except arms 1939

By hilda
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Okinawa and Iwo Jima

Okinawa and Iwo Jima

Okinawa and Iwo Jima. Bloody Battles of the Pacific Theater. Where is Iwo Jima?. Like Okinawa, Iwo Jima is an island not that far from the coast of Japan. Iwo Jima was considered important because there were two airfields under Japanese control.

By ellis
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Coulomb’s Law Did everyone read their Book??? Mastering physics registration?

Coulomb’s Law Did everyone read their Book??? Mastering physics registration?

Coulomb’s Law Did everyone read their Book??? Mastering physics registration?. Wimhurst machine. pop-bottle machine demo. blues from Wimhust. Reds from Wimhust. Zap. Zap. Zap. zap. zap. zap. zap. STOP !!. Coulomb’s Law al l’experiment. Make all in the same way.

By amena
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Computers and Code Breaking

Computers and Code Breaking

Computers and Code Breaking. British Collosus used (first electronic computer to break codes) Alan Turing (British mathematician and cryptanalyst) laid foundations of modern computers Breaking of ENIGMA code at Bletchley Park helped allies win the war

By inari
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http://www.history.com/videos/adam-shanker-on-911#adam-shanker-on-911

http://www.history.com/videos/adam-shanker-on-911#adam-shanker-on-911

http://www.history.com/videos/adam-shanker-on-911#adam-shanker-on-911. On September 11, 2001, there was an attack on America. .

By jon
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Japan Strikes in the Pacific

Japan Strikes in the Pacific

Japan Strikes in the Pacific. Global 10 . Surprise Attack on Pearl Harbor. Japan & America suffer strained relationship due to Japanese aggression U.S. aided Chinese resistance U.S. cut off oil supply to Japan America aware an attack might come

By moana
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WWII

WWII

WWII. Axis Powers . Italy. Benito Mussolini. Nazi German. Imperial Japan. Emperor Hirohito. Adolf Hitler. Allied Powers. United States. Great Britain. Soviet Union. France. Blitzkrieg. “Lightning War”.

By gyan
(206 views)

WWII Technologies

WWII Technologies

WWII Technologies. Technologies. Radar Sonar B-29 Super fortress V-2 Rocket Aeronautics (Jet power) Aircraft carrier Tanks . Radar R adio D etection and R anging . Heinrich Hertz invented in 1886-1887 Use of radio waves to detect aircraft and ships

By shiela
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World War 2

World War 2

World War 2. Nathan B. Gilson Southwest Middle School 7 th Grade Social Studies. Causes of World War 2. 1. Treaty of Versailles The biggest cause of World War 2 was World War 1 Specifically how Germany was treated after World War 1 Reparations Very small military Very small navy

By sereno
(258 views)

America Enters the War

America Enters the War

America Enters the War. Hideki Tojo – Japanese Prime Minister Known as “ the Razor ” – very sharp man Summer of 1941 – US and Japan tried to work things out Japan wanted to expand more, US against it! Tojo gave up on peace. December 7 th , 1941. Attack at Pearl Harbor

By isi
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Liberation of Europe and War in the Pacific

Liberation of Europe and War in the Pacific

Liberation of Europe and War in the Pacific. War in the Pacific. What did the Japanese do after Peal Harbor? A fter Pearl Harbor the Japanese conquered an empire that made the Third Reich look small. Hong Kong French Indochina ( Vietnam) Malaya Burma Thailand much of China

By rene
(123 views)

Pearl Harbor: “A Day That Will Live in Infamy”

Pearl Harbor: “A Day That Will Live in Infamy”

Pearl Harbor: “A Day That Will Live in Infamy”. December 7, 1941. At 7:55 a.m. on Sunday, December 7, 1941, 353 Japanese planes launched a surprise attack on the American naval base at Pearl Harbor. Surprise?.

By alicia
(164 views)

‘’A date which will live in infamy’’ - President Roosevelt

‘’A date which will live in infamy’’ - President Roosevelt

‘’A date which will live in infamy’’ - President Roosevelt. December 7 th , 1941. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZJZLc5_l-_Q.

By tress
(136 views)

ASBESTOS

ASBESTOS

ASBESTOS. Fire in an industrializing world. Fire was a leading cause of death in an increasingly ‘built’ environmen t (more people closer together living in flammable buildings) US History of Fire Tragedies (partial selected list):

By marlon
(101 views)

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