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WWII in Asia. Social Studies 10 Ms. Rebecca. WWII in Asia Learning targets. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d5/Archery_Target_80cm.svg/600px-Archery_Target_80cm.svg.png. Do Now:. What was Japan like after the Great Depression?. Reminder.

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  1. WWII in Asia Social Studies 10 Ms. Rebecca

  2. WWII in Asia Learning targets http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d5/Archery_Target_80cm.svg/600px-Archery_Target_80cm.svg.png

  3. Do Now: • What was Japan like after the Great Depression?

  4. Reminder • Japan hit especially hard by the Great Depression

  5. Japan hit especially hard by the Great Depression • Why? Island! Needed foreign trade to support business

  6. How did Japan get “fixed”? • Change government: MILITARY! • Hideki Tojo • Expand Japan! Get land on “mainland”

  7. Change in attitude • People very nationalistic • Japan is the BEST! • We deserve more land and power!

  8. II. Japanese Expansion A. Korea (1905-10) B. Manchuria (1931) C. China (1937 -1940) • Conflict with USSR (1938) • Indochina (1940) • U.S warning… G. NEED OF OIL – Where? Hong Kong and Singapore

  9. Japanese Expansion Reading

  10. Pride in Japan! • Fighting Spirit http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2006/06/25/weekinreview/Onishi190.jpg

  11. Why did Japan NEED a fighting spirit? • Small country • Wanted to show people they were serious. “bravery can make up for a lack of modern weaponry”

  12. Japanese Fighting Spirit • In Japanese military instruction manuals the words: “surrender, retreat, and defense” were taken out!

  13. How did Japanese fight in WWII? • No surrender! Fight to death! http://images.google.co.th/imgres?imgurl=http://www.newsgd.com/specials/60thanniversaryofwaragainstjapaneseaggression/oldphotos/200508240064_47927.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.newsgd.com/specials/60thanniversaryofwaragainstjapaneseaggression/oldphotos/200508240064.htm&usg=__u1y-lCQDkAfs6ThR_y8OjvcOqtM=&h=351&w=500&sz=65&hl=en&start=2&sig2=poU0oGrciM_-gpoYNaPL0w&um=1&tbnid=6ta_Ag6oc1QpKM:&tbnh=91&tbnw=130&ei=itw0SZCPGYSQswLzkuGqBw&prev=/images%3Fq%3DJapanese%2Bsoldier%26um%3D1%26hl%3Den

  14. http://www.geocities.com/ominobu/rising_ace.jpg http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fc/Chiran_high_school_girls_wave_kamikaze_pilot.jpg/300px-Chiran_high_school_girls_wave_kamikaze_pilot.jpg

  15. What were battles against Japan like? • Bloody! • Many deaths. Why do you think there were many deaths? http://z.about.com/d/asianhistory/1/0/Q/2/-/-/TreatingWoundedBurmaNtlArch1944.gif

  16. Bataan Death March • In Philippines • 70,000 prisoners forced to march to prison camps. 21,000 Filipino’s died, 600 U.S.

  17. Reflection: • How did the Japanese fight? • What was Japan like after the Great Depression?

  18. Lesson 2: Why did Japan Attack the U.S.? • Do now: • Why did Japan want to take over territory in Southeast Asia?

  19. Do Now: • What is a kamikazepilot? • What word was taken out of the training book for Japanese soldiers? • What did the U.S. tell Japan they needed to stop doing if they wanted to continue to trade with the U.S.?

  20. Resources • S.E. Asia had many important resources like oil and rubber to supply the military.

  21. How did the U.S. feel about the Japanese taking over land in S.E. Asia? • Upset! • The U.S. banned sale of oil to Japan to slow Japan’s military progress.

  22. Japan’s response • Plan SECRET attack!

  23. Pearl Harbor • U.S. Naval Base in Hawaii http://navysite.de/homeports/pearlharbor.gif

  24. Pearl Harbor plane http://images.google.co.th/imgres?imgurl=http://imagecache2.allposters.com/images/pic/GYP/cs16~California-and-China-Clipper-Pearl-Harbor-Hawaii-1939-Posters.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.allposters.com/-sp/California-and-China-Clipper-Pearl-Harbor-Hawaii-1939-Posters_i382213_.htm&usg=__rR_Oi_UQ7nwxn1Ix6p9a1eBGLNQ=&h=291&w=400&sz=40&hl=en&start=7&sig2=EDkPSzhuzwQ7ldydAXOD_Q&tbnid=2KpYLmhde76SZM:&tbnh=90&tbnw=124&ei=0LM8SdOZGZbssgLBuIm9BA&prev=/images%3Fq%3DPearl%2BHarbor,%2BHawaii%26gbv%3D2%26hl%3Den

  25. Japan Attacked! • December 7, 1941 • Sneak attack http://media-2.web.britannica.com/eb-media/81/71381-004-534732C4.jpg

  26. Damage • 2,400 Americans died • 200+ aircrafts destroyed • 8 battle ships destroyed • Only 3 aircraft carriers survived

  27. Effects of the attack • U.S. joins the War on the Allied side • Later: racism against Japanese who are LIVING IN U.S.A. http://z.about.com/d/history1900s/1/0/s/T/wwiip76.jpg

  28. Racism http://orpheus.ucsd.edu/speccoll/dspolitic/pm/1942/21013acs.jpg

  29. Fears of racism against Japanese still exist today! • http://abcnews.go.com/International/story?id=81050&page=1

  30. Height of Japanese Empire Reading http://www.injaelee.org/files/Japanese_empire_highschool_drawing.jpg

  31. Lesson 3: U.S. Racism against Japanese IN U.S.A. • Do Now: • What is racism? How were the Nazis racist? Do you think there are other examples of people being racist during WWII?

  32. After the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor….. http://members.cox.net/renegade_sith2/miscjunk/pearl-harbor-attack.jpg

  33. How do you think Americans felt about Japanese people? http://orpheus.ucsd.edu/speccoll/dspolitic/pm/1942/20213cs.jpg

  34. Americans worried about Japanese • Many Americans believed that Japanese people living in America may take the side of Japan.

  35. Background • Many Japanese moved to the U.S. from around 1885-1924 • About 200,000 to Hawaii • 180,000 to mainland

  36. Very successful • Built businesses, churches, social organizations

  37. Other Americans didn’t like it • Felt like Japanese were taking over • Led to prejudice

  38. Anti-Japanese Movement • Discriminatory laws • Japanese born in Japan coming to the U.S. CAN’T: • 1. Become U.S. Citizens • 2. Own land • 3. Marry white people • 4. Send their children to “white” schools

  39. Immigration Act of 1924 • NO MORE Japanese immigration into the U.S.

  40. Japanese Americans (people born IN the U.S.) • More AMERICAN than Japanese (spoke English, did well in school) • STILL discriminated against

  41. After attack on Pearl Harbor • Over 5,500 Japanese men taken from their homes and sent to internment camps. • Most were imprisoned with NO EVIDENCE that they were a threat to U.S. Security

  42. Mass Removal of U.S. Citizens • Feb 19, 1942: U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt signed orders for over 110,000 people to be taken from their homes and sent to prison camps based only on their race.

  43. Mass Removal of U.S. Citizens • No hearings • Over 2/3 were U.S. citizens (born in the U.S.) • Over ½ were children

  44. Do Now: • If ½ were children, do you think they were a threat to national security?? • Why were they sent to a camp if they weren’t a threat?

  45. Fun family fact • In Hawaii (the place where the Japanese bombed in the first place) NO Japanese were sent from their homes

  46. Camps • Over 60 camps in the U.S. • Different camps for people of different “threat”

  47. Results • Send all Japanese people living in America to Internment Camps http://images.google.co.th/imgres?imgurl=http://www.colorado.gov/dpa/doit/archives/wwcod/image8-2.gif&imgrefurl=http://www.colorado.gov/dpa/doit/archives/wwcod/granada.htm&usg=__pxMfflOM1nvJDGknkIjv478_oR8=&h=465&w=578&sz=225&hl=en&start=3&sig2=JtfobRGVym6cC525b0qGFw&tbnid=epTuvivONmSIgM:&tbnh=108&tbnw=134&ei=VLs8SZrFGIGEtALEp7XKBA&prev=/images%3Fq%3DJapenese%2BInternment%2BCamps%26gbv%3D2%26hl%3Den

  48. Life in Japanese Internment Camps • Check out the following website: • http://www.densho.org/sitesofshame/index.html

  49. Japanese Internment Interactive Exhibit • Go to the following website and follow along with the class as we fill in a worksheet to learn about the experiences of the Japanese living in America during WWII. • www.americanhistory.si.edu/perfectunion/experience/index.html

  50. Artwork made about Japanese Internment Camps: http://www.pbs.org/pov/pov2001/ofcivilwrongsandrights/inspiredby.html#selfportrait