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WWII

WWII

WWII. What Another War?. When Was WWII?. World War II started in September of 1939. America did not enter the war until December of 1941. Click to continue. Political & economic instability of some countries in Europe. The rise of Fascism. What Caused WWII?. Oh yeah, that makes sense?!?.

By aysha
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WORLD WAR I WEB QUEST

WORLD WAR I WEB QUEST

WORLD WAR I WEB QUEST. Ethan Graham Matt Stortz Adam Harris Mark Shelton. Introduction. Popular support for World War I was garnered by imagery used in newspapers and posters. This phenomena is known as propaganda. Propaganda posters played a major role in World War I.

By jenn
(260 views)

World War II

World War II

World War II. Color coded key: Green = read along questions Yellow = test questions Fuschia = highlight on hand out notes. Warm Up Day 1: Let’s Recap. How did WWI end? What we already know about Hitler?. Warm Up Day 2 (then start at slide 16). Write down: Action: Feeling: Setting:.

By elina
(74 views)

Trench Warfare

Trench Warfare

Trench Warfare. Trench Warfare. The Canadian government wanted to encourage men to enlist for war. They said the war would be safe, hardly any fighting, a good lark and over by Christmas. They used advertising posters to encourage this idea!. A picture of soldiers going ‘Over the Top’.

By odysseus
(174 views)

Essential Question : What caused World War I? Warm Up Question : Based on what you remember from 9 th grade, what was

Essential Question : What caused World War I? Warm Up Question : Based on what you remember from 9 th grade, what was

Essential Question : What caused World War I? Warm Up Question : Based on what you remember from 9 th grade, what was World War I all about?. From 1914 to 1919, World War I erupted in Europe. Text . What caused World War I? .

By stormy
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The United States and World War I

The United States and World War I

The United States and World War I. 1914-1919. The United States and World War I Overview. World War I began in Europe in 1914 and lasted until 1918. The United States did not enter the war until 1917. The financial and human costs of the “Great War” were devastating. Causes of World War I.

By demetrius
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World War I Major Battles of the Eastern and Western Fronts

World War I Major Battles of the Eastern and Western Fronts

World War I Major Battles of the Eastern and Western Fronts. Eastern Front. Battle of Tannenberg Conflict between Russia and Germany Russia’s 1 st and 2 nd Armies vs. Germany’s 8 th Army Fought from August 17 to September 2, 1914

By kalani
(234 views)

Korea pg. 906 / 33-3

Korea pg. 906 / 33-3

Korea pg. 906 / 33-3. 1910 – 1945 Japanese colony Allied powers were to temporarily occupy Korea until a government could be elected Soviets occupied North (down to the 38 th parallel) United States occupied South. Korea divided 1948. Democratic People’s Republic (North)

By primo
(225 views)

A War on Two Fronts

A War on Two Fronts

A War on Two Fronts. California Content Standard 10.5.2. Specific Objective Question. Examine the principal theaters of battle, major turning points, and the importance of geographic factors in military decisions and outcomes. Over View.

By neva
(89 views)

Warm-Up #1 (4/8/13)

Warm-Up #1 (4/8/13)

Warm-Up #1 (4/8/13). What I already know (or think I know) about the time between WWI & WWII:. What I’d like to know about the time between WWI & WWII:. Warm-Up #2 (4/12/13). Identify each of the following as part of the Allied Powers or Axis Powers : Germany Italy U.S. Japan

By eron
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Unit 6

Unit 6

Unit 6 . Kinnery patel. India 1911. Darbar-1911= royal convocation in dehli where British king George V visited and showed pride trying to calm the Indians Indians mad at British because of controlling policies and religious policies to turn Muslims and Hindus against each other

By akio
(125 views)

WORLD WAR II

WORLD WAR II

WORLD WAR II. 1939-1945. Axis vs. Allies (pre-war). AXIS POWERS (1937) Italy Germany Japan ALLIED POWERS GB (1939) France (1939) USSR (1941). Failure of League of Nations . League of Nations used policy of APPEASEMENT What is appeasement?

By avian
(168 views)

World War II

World War II

World War II. CAUSES. Depression: Most of the world prior to WWII was not doing well financially Fascist Leaders Power hungry leaders who get what they want through force. Treaty of Versailles Germans were unhappy with the treaty’s terms

By sherry
(238 views)

Introduction to World War II & Nuclear Testing

Introduction to World War II & Nuclear Testing

Introduction to World War II & Nuclear Testing. Utah History Unit 3. World War II Basics . 1939-1945 Allied Powers: United States, Great Britain, USSR, France (& other nations) Axis Powers: Germany, Italy, Japan Began with Germany’s invasion of Poland in September 1939

By chesna
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Bell Ringer Question #9 (2/20 & 2/21)

Bell Ringer Question #9 (2/20 & 2/21)

Bell Ringer Question #9 (2/20 & 2/21). By agreeing to Hitler’s demand for land, Britain and France used: A. Constraint B. Restraint C. Appeasement D. Arraignment Why did Britain adopt of policy of ________ toward Hitler? Give one example of an action or inaction that demonstrates this

By teneil
(76 views)

World War I

World War I

World War I. Nationalism, Imperialism, and World War I. Fighting the War. Military leaders on both sides thought the war would be over quickly.

By mulan
(72 views)

Georgia Studies

Georgia Studies

Georgia Studies. Unit 6: The New South Lesson 3: Georgia and the Great War Study Presentation . Lesson 3: Georgia and the Great War. ESSENTIAL QUESTION : What were Georgia’s contributions to World War I? How did World War I impact Georgia?. Causes of World War I.

By chana
(147 views)

World War I : New Technology and U.S. Involvement

World War I : New Technology and U.S. Involvement

World War I : New Technology and U.S. Involvement. * Today’s focus will be on the use of new methods and technology in World War I and the United States’ Involvement on the Western Front * . The History Channel on 'Trench Warfare'. German trenches at the right, British at the left.

By alexa
(151 views)

Allied Advances

Allied Advances

Allied Advances. World War II. De Gaulle: France. Winston Churchill: England. FDR:USA. Key Players: Allied Powers. London Bombings. In 1940 Germany began a massive bombing campaign to demoralize Great Britain The RAF successfully defended Great Britain via radar!. Free France.

By josef
(105 views)

Winning the War

Winning the War

Winning the War. Waging Total War. Causalities and food shortages lead to Total War or channeling a nations entire resources into the war effort Conscription or the draft is used to recruit more young men into the military.

By evelia
(126 views)

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