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Ansel Adam’s Manzanar

Ansel Adam’s Manzanar

Ansel Adam’s Manzanar. A photoessay documenting a Japanese-American Internment camp during WWII. Legal note: Mr. Adams placed no restrictions on the use of his Manzanar photos.

By elina
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World War II

World War II

World War II. World in Flames. Causes of World War II. World War I and the worldwide economic depression devastated Europe. Political and Social unrest led to the rise of totalitarian political parties – Nazi and Fascists Parties

By presley
(180 views)

Japan in World War II

Japan in World War II

Japan in World War II. Jada King, Lisa Sibrell , Norah Sugrue, and Marissa Labrie. Background. For years, Japan had wanted to expand economic territory into China and even declared war on them in 1937; America resented this

By karmina
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Agree or Disagree

Agree or Disagree

Agree or Disagree. The Japanese-American internment camps are similar to the concentration camps used during the Holocaust. Please state whether you agree or disagree and explain why. Discuss your response with your face partner!. Japanese- American Internment Camps during World War II.

By jane
(218 views)

WWII Review

WWII Review

WWII Review. Containment: Limiting communism to the areas already under Soviet control Anschluss: Union of Austria and Germany engineered by Hitler Island hopping: US Marines attempting to recapture islands in Pacific from the Japanese. Operation Barbarossa:

By navarro
(115 views)

World War II

World War II

World War II. Use the supporting details provided to formulate historical arguments. Pearl Harbor. Japanese Imperial Goals in the Pacific. Pacific Theater. Iwo Jima. Nagasaki. Unconditional Surrender. Nagasaki. Admiral Chester Nimitz. Battle of Coral Sea. Battle for Okinawa.

By clayton
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The U.S. in World War II

The U.S. in World War II

http://www.archives.gov/research/ww2/photos/images/ww2-05.jpg. http://www.archives.gov/research/ww2/photos/images/ww2-06.jpg. The U.S. in World War II. http://www.archives.gov/research/ww2/photos/images/ww2-02.jpg. http://www.archives.gov/research/ww2/photos/.

By lavender
(62 views)

Equal Protection of the Law

Equal Protection of the Law

Equal Protection of the Law . Liam Penland. Equal Protection of the Law (14th Amendment).

By ramla
(131 views)

The impact of the War

The impact of the War

The impact of the War. Chapter 25 Section 4. Objective & Do Now. Objective To understand the impact the war had on people at home (US) Do Now: Was WWII a “good” and/or “just” war? Back up your opinion. I Opportunity & Adjustment.

By cheung
(86 views)

The World at WAR! Chp . 26

The World at WAR! Chp . 26

The World at WAR! Chp . 26. American Neutrality.

By lenci
(77 views)

World War II in Asia

World War II in Asia

World War II in Asia. AP World History Chapter 21 “Collapse and Recovery in Europe” 1914 – 1970s. Japanese Imperialism. In the 1930s = Japan had seized much of China Japan now set its sights on French, British, Dutch and American colonies in Southeast Asia

By krysta
(328 views)

The United States

The United States

The United States . The Home Front at War. Racial Segregation and the War. 15 million in the armed forces 1 million were African Americans Marine Corps By the end of the war had 17,000 “leathernecks” enlisted Air Force Trained black officers as pilots (80 Distinguished Flying Crosses).

By chung
(114 views)

UNITED STATES HISTORY AND THE CONSTITUTION

UNITED STATES HISTORY AND THE CONSTITUTION

UNITED STATES HISTORY AND THE CONSTITUTION. South Carolina Standard USHC-7.2 Mr . Hoover Abbeville High School. Questions to Answer. What was the impact of war mobilization on the home front? What kind of sacrifices did the American consumer have to make?

By qiana
(107 views)

Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment

Japanese Internment. Timeline of Events. Following Pearl Harbor: “Enemy aliens” German, Italian and Japanese origin – ID cards, turn in radios, cameras, internment camps Interned 120,000 Japanese Were not “politically powerful” Pre – existing prejudice Small in number

By pekelo
(467 views)

WWII Domestic Propaganda

WWII Domestic Propaganda

WWII Domestic Propaganda. April Quaid Matthew Gabriel. “THIS IS THE ENEMY”. - Unknown 1942 Symbols Death Destruction Torture Brutality Violence Fear “ This is the Enemy” Distortion/exaggeration of physical features to make enemy appear to be villainous, frightening or monstrous

By brit
(137 views)

WW II During & After

WW II During & After

WW II During & After. The American People. V-J Day. August 14 th 1945 Japan’s government unconditionally surrenders to the USA and it’s allies. Parades on the home front. Large sense of nationalism. Japanese Americans in internment camps were set free in California.

By rufin
(86 views)

WORLD WAR II

WORLD WAR II

WORLD WAR II. World War II. Although times were hard in the United States throughout the Great Depression they were worse in other countries. DICTATORS of WWII . Rise of dictators throughout Europe Totalitarian - form of government that controls every aspect of citizens lives. STALIN.

By winona
(97 views)

World War II Quiz

World War II Quiz

World War II Quiz. A Day 3/7 B Day 3/8. Turning Point. When an action or event takes a turn for the better or worse. Battle of Stalingrad D-Day. Invade. To enter a country to take it over. Germany invades Poland. Aggression. The action of a group violating the rights of another group.

By hedy
(118 views)

People’s Rights During WWI

People’s Rights During WWI

People’s Rights During WWI. CHC2D8 Ms. Gluskin. Rights. Rights are things that people are supposed to have to protect them. Not all Canadians were of British or French background. The smaller groups are called minority groups . Questions .

By nicola
(89 views)

America Joins the War: Home Front

America Joins the War: Home Front

America Joins the War: Home Front. Internment. In addition to Japanese Americans about 2,000 German and Italian residents were also interned About 2,000 Germans were sent back to Germany or sent to Latin American prisons. Executive Order 9066.

By phuoc
(63 views)

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