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World War II - Chapter 16

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Holocaust Online Activity - Here is the description and the list of links for this activity.  Only complete 2 site reviews! This may be completed on Word and is due at the end of class on March 30! Worth 50 points! http://afine0.tripod.com/historyadventure/wh/ww2/HolocaustExhibitionOnlineActivity.pdf
 
Rubric for Holocaust Activity
 
Japanese War Atrocities Online Activity - On the other side of the world, even before the Nazis followed Hitler's plan to decimate the Jews and other non-Aryans, the Japanese military was expanding into and destroying neighboring Asian societies and cultures. Since the "Asian Holocaust" has become more known in recent years and is a necessary part of human history and relations, I would like you to delve into the topic as well, for I believe that it is a under-reported and little understood aspect of World War II.  Although there is more information and many more sites about the Holocaust, the listed sites contain large amounts of information; some of the information is more graphic and disturbing than that of comparable Holocaust sites.  Students are warned to exercise caution and read the descriptions of the web sites before reviewing them due to the disturbing imagery and text.  This was an in-class assignment and is due at the end of class on May 11, 2007.
 
World War II Study Guide
 
also know map & class worksheets

15.4

Emperor Hirohito

Ultra-nationalists

Invasion of Manchuria, 1931

Rape/Treaty of Nanjing, 1937

War atrocity

Ethiopia, 1935

Germany vs. treaty of Versailles

Appeasement

Axis Powers

Francisco Franco

Guernica

Isolationism

Third Reich

Anschluss

Sudetenland

Munich Conference, 1938

Nazi-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact

World War II, 1939-1945

16.1
Nonaggression pact
1939, Poland
Stalin
Nonaggression Pact
Blitzkrieg
Phony war
Allies
Axis Powers
Maginot Line
Fall of France, 1940
Rescue at Dunkirk
Charles de Gaulle
Winston Churchill
Battle of Britain, 1940-1941
North Africa, 1940-1942
Erwin Rommel “Desert Fox”
Balkans, 1941
Invasion of Soviet Union, 1941
Siege of Leningrad, 1941-42
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Lend-Lease Act, 1941
Atlantic Charter
16.2
Emperor Hirohito
Japanese expansion
Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto
Pearl Harbor
December 7, 1941
Bataan/Corregidor, 1942
Singapore
“East Asia for the Asiatics”
Bataan Death March
James H. Doolittle
Battle of Coral Sea, 1942
Battle of Midway
Admiral Chester Nimitz
General Douglas MacArthur
Battle of Guadalcanal
16.3
Aryans
Holocaust
Nuremburg Laws, 1935
Kristallnacht, 1938
Ghettos
Final Solution
Genocide
Auschwitz
16.4
Battle of El Alamein, 1942
General Bernard Montgomery
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Battle of Stalingrad, 1942
Conquest of Sicily, 1943
Mussolini
Allied Home fronts
Internment camps
D-Day, June 6, 1944
Battle of the Bulge, December 1944
April 1945
V-E Day, May 1945
Kamikazes
Iwo Jima, March 1945
Okinawa, June 1945
Harry S Truman
A-Bomb
Hiroshima
Nagasaki
August 1945
V-J Day, September 1945
16.5
War destruction
Postwar politics
Nuremburg Trials
Postwar Japan
Demilitarization
Democratization
 
Possible essay topics are:
  • war atrocities
  • causes of WWII
  • leaders during WWII
  • compare/contrast the war in Europe with the war in the Pacific
  • dropping of the atomic bomb
  • geography of war
  • aftermath of WWII
Extra Credit due the day of the test:
Complete a review game with one partner for +5 points added to your test score by using all of the chapter 16 study guide terms.

Review:

WW2 PPT -  Warning! This is a large file! over 27MB! Be prepared! However, it is comprehensive and from another teacher and site. I think iti is very useful as an overview of the war.
 
Holocaust Denial PPT - This file is about 5MB and discusses how people can deny the facts surrounding the Holocaust. Very interesting. Another great PowerPoint by Scott Masters.
 
 
WW2 Notes - Causes and Steps to War (3/7/14)
 
WW2 Causes - notes taken via mind map 3/26/2012
 
WW2 Steps to War - notes from 3/29/2012
 
WW2 Notes - An overview of the war (the short version). Notes from 3/29/2012.
Bataan Death March - Primary Source Document to be read & answer questions in class
 
Notes from 4/1/2009
 
1919-WWI ends
1929-Stock Market Crash
1932-Hitler/FDR elected
1935-Nuremburg Laws
1936-Berlin/Olympics, invasion of Rhineland
1938-Anschluss, Sudetenland, Kristallnacht, Death Camps
1939-Invation of Poland-WWII starts.Britian and France declared war.
 
Notes from 4/9/10
May 8, 1945 – VE Day
Sept. 2, 1945 – VJ Day
August 1945 – bombs dropped on Japan
April 29, 1945 – Hitler
April 7, 1945 – FDR
June 6, 1944 – D Day
1943 – Operation Husky
1942 – N African Campaign
                Battle of El Alamein
                Rommel
1942 – Battle of Stalingrad
1940 – Battle of Britain
                France occupied
                Vichy
Sept. 1939 – Poland invaded
                Start WWII
 
WW2 Timeline (3/2013)
 
Helpful Links:
Other Resources:
Saving Private Ryan
Band Of Brothers
The Pacific
Letters From Iwo Jima
The War
Liberation
World War II in the Pacific
Hiroshima
Ghosts of the Third Reich

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Last updated March 2013.