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THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD WAR II
THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD WAR II
SECTION 1: MOBILIZING FOR DEFENSE
SECTION 1: MOBILIZING FOR DEFENSE
AMERICANS RUSH TO ENLIST
AMERICANS RUSH TO ENLIST
WOMEN JOIN THE FIGHT
WOMEN JOIN THE FIGHT
ALL AMERICANS FOUGHT
ALL AMERICANS FOUGHT
A PRODUCTION MIRACLE
A PRODUCTION MIRACLE
LABORS CONTRIBUTION
LABORS CONTRIBUTION
MOBILIZATION OF SCIENTISTS
MOBILIZATION OF SCIENTISTS
MANHATTAN PROJECT
MANHATTAN PROJECT
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TAKES CONTROL OF INFLATION
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TAKES CONTROL OF INFLATION
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THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD WAR II
WAR PRODUCTION BOARD
WAR PRODUCTION BOARD
COLLECTION DRIVES
COLLECTION DRIVES
WWII Poster encouraging conservation
WWII Poster encouraging conservation
THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD WAR II
THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD WAR II
SECTION 2: THE WAR FOR EUROPE AND NORTH AFRICA
SECTION 2: THE WAR FOR EUROPE AND NORTH AFRICA
SECTION 2: THE WAR FOR EUROPE AND NORTH AFRICA
SECTION 2: THE WAR FOR EUROPE AND NORTH AFRICA
THE BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC
THE BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC
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THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD WAR II
ALLIES CONTROL U-BOATS
ALLIES CONTROL U-BOATS
THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD WAR II
THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD WAR II
THE EASTERN FRONT & MEDITERRANEAN
THE EASTERN FRONT & MEDITERRANEAN
BATTLE OF STALINGRAD
BATTLE OF STALINGRAD
BATTLE OF STALINGRAD
BATTLE OF STALINGRAD
BATTLE OF STALINGRAD
BATTLE OF STALINGRAD
THE NORTH AFRICAN FRONT
THE NORTH AFRICAN FRONT
THE NORTH AFRICAN FRONT
THE NORTH AFRICAN FRONT
THE NORTH AFRICAN FRONT
THE NORTH AFRICAN FRONT
Allied troops landed in Casa-blanca, Oran and the Algiers
Allied troops landed in Casa-blanca, Oran and the Algiers
CASABLANCA MEETING
CASABLANCA MEETING
ITALIAN CAMPAIGN  ANOTHER ALLIED VICTORY
ITALIAN CAMPAIGN ANOTHER ALLIED VICTORY
TUSKEGEE AIRMEN
TUSKEGEE AIRMEN
TUSKEGEE AIRMEN
TUSKEGEE AIRMEN
On May 31, 1943, the 99th Squadron, the first group of
On May 31, 1943, the 99th Squadron, the first group of
ALLIES LIBERATE EUROPE
ALLIES LIBERATE EUROPE
D-DAY JUNE 6, 1944
D-DAY JUNE 6, 1944
OMAHA BEACH 6/6/44
OMAHA BEACH 6/6/44
Landing at Normandy
Landing at Normandy
Planes drop paratroopers behind enemy lines at Normandy, France
Planes drop paratroopers behind enemy lines at Normandy, France
Losses were extremely heavy on D-Day
Losses were extremely heavy on D-Day
FRANCE FREED
FRANCE FREED
FRANCE FREED
FRANCE FREED
VS.
VS.
VS.
VS.
VS.
VS.
BATTLE OF THE BULGE
BATTLE OF THE BULGE
BATTLE OF THE BULGE
BATTLE OF THE BULGE
BATTLE OF THE BULGE
BATTLE OF THE BULGE
BATTLE OF THE BULGE
BATTLE OF THE BULGE
LIBERATION OF DEATH CAMPS
LIBERATION OF DEATH CAMPS
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THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD WAR II
ALLIES TAKE BERLIN; HITLER COMMITS SUICIDE
ALLIES TAKE BERLIN; HITLER COMMITS SUICIDE
V-E DAY
V-E DAY
Famous picture of an American soldier celebrating the end of the war
Famous picture of an American soldier celebrating the end of the war
FDR DIES; TRUMAN PRESIDENT
FDR DIES; TRUMAN PRESIDENT
SECTION 3: THE WAR IN THE PACIFIC
SECTION 3: THE WAR IN THE PACIFIC
SECTION 3: THE WAR IN THE PACIFIC
SECTION 3: THE WAR IN THE PACIFIC
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THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD WAR II
BATTLE OF THE CORAL SEA
BATTLE OF THE CORAL SEA
THE BATTLE OF MIDWAY
THE BATTLE OF MIDWAY
The Battle of Midway was a turning point in the war  soon the Allies
The Battle of Midway was a turning point in the war soon the Allies
KAMIKAZE PILOTS ATTACK ALLIES
KAMIKAZE PILOTS ATTACK ALLIES
KAMIKAZE PILOTS ATTACK ALLIES
KAMIKAZE PILOTS ATTACK ALLIES
IWO JIMA
IWO JIMA
THE BATTLE FOR OKINAWA
THE BATTLE FOR OKINAWA
INVADE JAPAN
INVADE JAPAN
ATOMIC BOMB DEVELOPED
ATOMIC BOMB DEVELOPED
ATOMIC BOMB DEVELOPED
ATOMIC BOMB DEVELOPED
U.S. DROPS TWO ATOMIC BOMBS ON JAPAN
U.S. DROPS TWO ATOMIC BOMBS ON JAPAN
U.S. DROPS TWO ATOMIC BOMBS ON JAPAN
U.S. DROPS TWO ATOMIC BOMBS ON JAPAN
August 6, 1945 HIROSHIMA
August 6, 1945 HIROSHIMA
August 6, 1945 HIROSHIMA
August 6, 1945 HIROSHIMA
August 6, 1945 HIROSHIMA
August 6, 1945 HIROSHIMA
August 6, 1945 HIROSHIMA
August 6, 1945 HIROSHIMA
August 9, 1945 NAGASAKI
August 9, 1945 NAGASAKI
August 9, 1945 NAGASAKI
August 9, 1945 NAGASAKI
August 9, 1945 NAGASAKI
August 9, 1945 NAGASAKI
August 9, 1945 NAGASAKI
August 9, 1945 NAGASAKI
JAPAN SURRENDERS
JAPAN SURRENDERS
THE YALTA CONFERENCE
THE YALTA CONFERENCE
YALTA AGREEMENTS
YALTA AGREEMENTS
NUREMBERG WAR TRIALS
NUREMBERG WAR TRIALS
THE OCCUPATION OF JAPAN
THE OCCUPATION OF JAPAN
THE OCCUPATION OF JAPAN
THE OCCUPATION OF JAPAN
SECTION 4: THE HOME FRONT
SECTION 4: THE HOME FRONT
ECONOMIC GAINS
ECONOMIC GAINS
WOMEN MAKE GAINS
WOMEN MAKE GAINS
POPULATION SHIFTS
POPULATION SHIFTS
POPULATION SHIFTS
POPULATION SHIFTS
GI BILL HELPS RETURNING VETS
GI BILL HELPS RETURNING VETS
INTERNMENT OF JAPANESE AMERICANS
INTERNMENT OF JAPANESE AMERICANS
Location of the 10 Internment camps
Location of the 10 Internment camps
Jerome camp in Arkansas
Jerome camp in Arkansas
U.S. PAYS REPARATIONS TO JAPANESE
U.S. PAYS REPARATIONS TO JAPANESE
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1THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD WAR II. 38fact the Germans had sustained heavy
AMERICA TURNS THE TIDE. losses Germany lost 120,000 troops, 600
2SECTION 1: MOBILIZING FOR DEFENSE. tanks and 1,600 planes From that point on
After Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, they the Nazis could do little but retreat. The
thought America would avoid further Battle of the Bulge was Germanys last
conflict with them The Japan Times gasp.
newspaper said America was trembling in 39LIBERATION OF DEATH CAMPS. While the
their shoes But if America was trembling, British and Americans moved westward into
it was with rage, not fear Remember Pearl Germany, the Soviets moved eastward into
Harbor was the rallying cry as America German-controlled Poland The Soviets
entered WWII. discovered many death camps that the
3AMERICANS RUSH TO ENLIST. After Pearl Germans had set up within Poland The
Harbor five million Americans enlisted to Americans also liberated Nazi death camps
fight in the war The Selective Service within Germany.
expanded the draft and eventually provided 40
an additional 10 million soldiers. 41ALLIES TAKE BERLIN; HITLER COMMITS
4WOMEN JOIN THE FIGHT. Army Chief of SUICIDE. By April 25, 1945, the Soviet
Staff General George Marshall pushed for army had stormed Berlin In his underground
the formation of the Womens Auxiliary headquarters in Berlin, Hitler prepared
Army Corps (WAAC) Under this program women for the end On April 29, he married his
worked in non-combat roles such as nurses, longtime girlfriend Eva Braun then wrote a
ambulance drivers, radio operators, and last note in which he blamed the Jews for
pilots. starting the war and his generals for
5ALL AMERICANS FOUGHT. Despite losing it The next day he gave poison to
discrimination at home, minority his wife and shot himself.
populations contributed to the war effort 42V-E DAY. General Eisenhower accepted
1,000,000 African Americans served in the the unconditional surrender of the Third
military 300,000 Mexican-Americans 33,000 Reich On May 8, 1945, the Allies
Japanese Americans 25,000 Native Americans celebrated V-E Day victory in Europe Day
13,000 Chinese Americans. These Golden The war in Europe was finally over.
13 Great Lakes officers scored the 43Famous picture of an American soldier
highest marks ever on the Officers exam in celebrating the end of the war.
1944. 44FDR DIES; TRUMAN PRESIDENT. President
6A PRODUCTION MIRACLE. Americans Roosevelt did not live to see V-E Day On
converted their auto industry into a war April 12, 1945, he suffered a stroke and
industry The nations automobile plants died his VP Harry S Truman became the
began to produce tanks, planes, boats, and nations 33rd president.
command cars Many other industries also 45SECTION 3: THE WAR IN THE PACIFIC. The
converted to war-related supplies. Americans did not celebrate long, as Japan
7LABORS CONTRIBUTION. By 1944, nearly was busy conquering an empire that dwarfed
18 million workers were laboring in war Hitlers Third Reich Japan had conquered
industries (3x the # in 1941) More than 6 much of southeast Asia including the Dutch
million of these were women and nearly 2 East Indies, Guam, and most of China.
million were minority. 46
8MOBILIZATION OF SCIENTISTS. In 1941, 47BATTLE OF THE CORAL SEA. The main
FDR created the Office of Scientific Allied forces in the Pacific were
Research and Development (OSRD) to bring Americans and Australians In May 1942 they
scientists into the war effort Focus was succeeded in stopping the Japanese drive
on radar and sonar to locate submarines toward Australia in the five-day Battle of
Also the scientists worked on penicillin the Coral Sea.
and pesticides like DDT. 48THE BATTLE OF MIDWAY. Japans next
9MANHATTAN PROJECT. The most important thrust was toward Midway Island a
achievement of the OSRD was the secret strategic Island northwest of Hawaii
development of the atomic bomb Einstein Admiral Chester Nimitz, the Commander of
wrote to FDR warning him that the Germans American Naval forces in the Pacific,
were attempting to develop such a weapon moved to defend the Island The Americans
The code used to describe American efforts won a decisive victory as their planes
to build the bomb was the Manhattan destroyed 4 Japanese aircraft carriers and
Project. 250 planes.
10FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TAKES CONTROL OF 49The Battle of Midway was a turning
INFLATION. With prices of goods point in the war soon the Allies were
threatening to rise out of control, FDR island hopping toward Japan.
responded by creating the Office of Price 50KAMIKAZE PILOTS ATTACK ALLIES. The
Administration (OPA) The OPA froze prices Americans continued leapfrogging across
on most goods and encouraged the purchase the Pacific toward Japan Japanese
of war bonds to fight inflation. countered by employing a new tactic
11 Kamikaze (divine wind) attacks Pilots in
12WAR PRODUCTION BOARD. To ensure the small bomb-laden planes would crash into
troops had ample resources, FDR created Allied ships. In the Battle for the
the WPB The WPB decided which companies Philippines, 424 Kamikaze pilots sank 16
would convert to wartime production and ships and damaged 80 more.
how to best allocate raw materials to 51IWO JIMA. General MacArthur and the
those industries. Allies next turned to the Island of Iwo
13COLLECTION DRIVES. The WPB also Jima The island was critical to the Allies
organized nationwide drives to collect as a base for an attack on Japan It was
scrap iron, tin cans, paper, rags and called the most heavily defended spot on
cooking fat for recycling Additionally, earth Allied and Japanese forces suffered
the OPA set up a system of rationing heavy casualties. American soldiers plant
Households had set allocations of scarce the flag on the Island of Iwo Jima after
goods gas, meat, shoes, sugar, coffee. their victory.
14WWII Poster encouraging conservation. 52THE BATTLE FOR OKINAWA. In April 1945,
15 U.S. marines invaded Okinawa The Japanese
16SECTION 2: THE WAR FOR EUROPE AND unleashed 1,900 Kamikaze attacks sinking
NORTH AFRICA. Days after Pearl Harbor, 30 ships and killing 5,000 seamen Okinawa
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill cost the Americans 7,600 marines and the
arrived at the White House and spent three Japanese 110,000 soldiers.
weeks working out war plans with FDR They 53INVADE JAPAN? After Okinawa, MacArthur
decided to focus on defeating Hitler first predicted that a Normandy type amphibious
and then turn their attention to Japan. invasion of Japan would result in
17THE BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC. After 1,500,000 Allied deaths President Truman
Americas entry into the war, Hitler was saw only one way to avoid an invasion of
determined to prevent foods and war Japan . . . Okinawa. The loss of life at
supplies from reaching Britain and the Iwo Jima and Okinawa convinced Allied
USSR from Americas east coast He ordered leaders that an invasion of Japan was not
submarine raids on U.S. ships on the the best idea.
Atlantic During the first four months of 54ATOMIC BOMB DEVELOPED. Japan had a
1942 Germany sank 87 U.S. ships. The power huge army that would defend every inch of
of the German submarines was great, and in the Japanese mainland So Truman decided to
two months' time almost two million tons use a powerful new weapon developed by
of Allied ships were resting on the ocean scientists working on the Manhattan
floor. Efforts were soon made to restrict Project the Atomic Bomb.
German subs' activities. 55U.S. DROPS TWO ATOMIC BOMBS ON JAPAN.
18 Truman warned Japan in late July 1945 that
19ALLIES CONTROL U-BOATS. In the first without a immediate Japanese surrender, it
seven months of 1942, German U-boats sank faced prompt and utter destruction On
681 Allied ships in the Atlantic Something August 6 (Hiroshima) and August 9
had to be done or the war at sea would be (Nagasaki) a B-29 bomber dropped Atomic
lost First, Allies used convoys of ships Bombs on Japan. The plane and crew that
& airplanes to transport supplies dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima,
Destroyers used sonar to track U-boats Japan.
Airplanes were used to track the U-boats 56August 6, 1945 HIROSHIMA.
ocean surfaces With this improved 57August 9, 1945 NAGASAKI.
tracking, Allies inflicted huge losses on 58JAPAN SURRENDERS. Japan surrendered
German U-boats. U-426 sinks after attack days after the second atomic bomb was
from the air, January 1944. Almost dropped General MacArthur said, Today the
two-thirds of all U-boat sailors died guns are silent. The skies no longer rain
during the Battle of the Atlantic. death . . .the entire world is quietly at
20 peace.. At the White House, President
21THE EASTERN FRONT & MEDITERRANEAN. Harry Truman announces the Japanese
Hitler wanted to wipe out Stalingrad a surrender, August 14, 1945.
major industrial center In the summer of 59THE YALTA CONFERENCE. In February
1942, the Germans took the offensive in 1945, as the Allies pushed toward victory
the southern Soviet Union By the winter of in Europe, an ailing FDR met with
1943, the Allies began to see victories on Churchill and Stalin at the Black Sea
land as well as sea The first great resort of Yalta in the USSR A series of
turning point was the Battle of compromises were worked out concerning
Stalingrad. Battle of Stalingrad was a postwar Europe. (L to R) Churchill, FDR
huge Allied victory. and Stalin at Yalta.
22BATTLE OF STALINGRAD. For weeks the 60YALTA AGREEMENTS. 1) They agreed to
Germans pressed in on Stalingrad Then divide Germany into 4 occupied zones after
winter set in and the Germans were wearing the war 2) Stalin agreed to free elections
summer uniforms The Germans surrendered in in Eastern Europe 3) Stalin agreed to help
January of 1943 The Soviets lost more than the U.S. in the war against Japan and to
1 million men in the battle (more than join the United Nations.
twice the number of deaths the U.S. 61NUREMBERG WAR TRIALS. Herman Goering,
suffered in all the war). Wounded in the Hitler's right-hand man and chief
Battle of Stalingrad. architect of the German war effort,
23THE NORTH AFRICAN FRONT. Operation testifies at his trial. He was found
Torch an invasion of Axis -controlled guilty of war crimes but avoided execution
North Africa --was launched by American by swallowing potassium cyanide. The
General Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1942 discovery of Hitlers death camps led the
Allied troops landed in Casablanca, Oran Allies to put 24 surviving Nazi leaders on
and the Algiers in Algeria They sped trial for crimes against humanity, crimes
eastward chasing the Afrika Korps led by against the peace, and war crimes The
German General Edwin Rommel. American trials were held in Nuremberg, Germany I
tanks roll in the deserts of Africa and was only following orders was not an
defeat German and Axis forces. acceptable defense as 12 of the 24 were
24Allied troops landed in Casa-blanca, sentenced to death and the others to life
Oran and the Algiers. in prison.
25CASABLANCA MEETING. FDR and Churchill 62THE OCCUPATION OF JAPAN. Japan was
met in Casablanca and decided their next occupied by U.S. forces under the command
moves 1) Plan amphibious invasions of of General MacArthur During the seven-
France and Italy 2) Only unconditional year occupation, MacArthur reshaped
surrender would be accepted. FDR and Japans economy by introducing free-market
Churchill in Casablanca. practices that led to a remarkable
26ITALIAN CAMPAIGN ANOTHER ALLIED economic recovery Additionally, he
VICTORY. The Italian Campaign got off to a introduced a liberal constitution that to
good start as the Allies easily took this day is called the MacArthur
Sicily At that point King Emmanuel III Constitution.
stripped Mussolini of his power and had 63SECTION 4: THE HOME FRONT. The war
him arrested However, Hitlers forces provided a lift to the U.S. economy Jobs
continued to resist the Allies in Italy were abundant and despite rationing and
Heated battles ensued and it wasnt until shortages, people had money to spend By
1945 that Italy was secured by the Allies. the end of the war, America was the
27TUSKEGEE AIRMEN. Among the brave men worlds dominant economic and military
who fought in Italy were pilots of the power.
all-black 99th squadron the Tuskegee 64ECONOMIC GAINS. Unemployment fell to
Airmen The pilots made numerous effective only 1.2% by 1944 and wages rose 35%
strikes against Germany and won two Farmers too benefited as production
distinguished Unit Citations. doubled and income tripled.
28On May 31, 1943, the 99th Squadron, 65WOMEN MAKE GAINS. Women enjoyed
the first group of African-American pilots economic gains during the war, although
trained at the Tuskegee Institute, arrived many lost their jobs after the war Over 6
in North Africa. million women entered the work force for
29ALLIES LIBERATE EUROPE. Even as the the first time Over 1/3 were in the
Allies were battling for Italy, they began defense industry.
plans on a dramatic invasion of France It 66POPULATION SHIFTS. The war triggered
was known as Operation Overlord and the the greatest mass migration in American
commander was American General Dwight D. history More than a million newcomers
Eisenhower Also called D-Day, the poured into California between 1941-1944
operation involved 3 million U.S. & African Americans again shifted from south
British troops and was set for June 6, to north.
1944. Allies sent fake coded messages 67GI BILL HELPS RETURNING VETS. To help
indicating they would attack here. returning servicemen ease back into
30D-DAY JUNE 6, 1944. D-Day was the civilian life, Congress passed the
largest land-sea-air operation in military Servicemens Readjustment Act (GI Bill of
history Despite air support, German Rights) The act provided education for 7.8
retaliation was brutal especially at million vets.
Omaha Beach Within a month, the Allies had 68INTERNMENT OF JAPANESE AMERICANS. When
landed 1 million troops, 567,000 tons of the war began, 120,000 Japanese Americans
supplies and 170,000 vehicles. D-Day was lived in the U.S. mostly on the West
an amphibious landing soldiers going Coast After Pearl Harbor, many people were
from sea to land. suspicious of possible spy activity by
31OMAHA BEACH 6/6/44. Japanese Americans In 1942, FDR ordered
32Landing at Normandy. Japanese Americans into 10 relocation
33Planes drop paratroopers behind enemy centers. Japanese Americans felt the sting
lines at Normandy, France. of discrimination during WWII.
34Losses were extremely heavy on D-Day. 69Location of the 10 Internment camps.
35FRANCE FREED. By September 1944, the 70Jerome camp in Arkansas.
Allies had freed France, Belgium and 71U.S. PAYS REPARATIONS TO JAPANESE. In
Luxembourg That good news and the the late 1980s, President Reagan signed
Americans peoples desire not to change into law a bill that provided $20,000 to
horses in midstream helped elect FDR to every Japanese American sent to a
an unprecedented 4th term. General George relocation camp The checks were sent out
Patton (right) was instrumental in Allies in 1990 along with a note from President
freeing France. Bush saying, We can never fully right the
36VS. wrongs of the past . . . we now recognize
37BATTLE OF THE BULGE. In October 1944, that serious wrongs were done to Japanese
Americans captured their first German town Americans during WWII.. Today the U.S. is
(Aachen) the Allies were closing in home to more than 1,000,000
Hitler responded with one last ditch Japanese-Americans.
massive offensive Hitler hoped breaking 72Nearly 59 years after the end of World
through the Allied line would break up War II, the National World War II Memorial
Allied supply lines. was dedicated in Washington, D.C., on
38BATTLE OF THE BULGE. The battle raged Saturday, May 29, 2004 to honor the
for a month the Germans had been pushed 408,680 Americans who died in the
back Little seemed to have changed, but in conflict.
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The first flight - Technical characteristics. Epilogue. The first flight. Americans began to launch rockets with animals in 1948. The beginning of the exploration. Firstly, scientific employees tamed dogs. Americans achievements. Dogs were alive and very happy. Belka and Strelka made a flight 19 august 1960. Preparations.

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