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The Atomic Bomb

The Atomic Bomb

The Atomic Bomb. Manhattan Project. Top-secret project to develop a weapon using atomic energy Chief scientist Robert Oppenheimer was in charge of the project First bomb detonated in the desert of New Mexico in July of 1945. Attack on Japan.

By von
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The War in the Pacific

The War in the Pacific

The War in the Pacific. Chapter 17 Section 3 Pages 578-587. Bataan, Philippines. April 1942 General Douglas MacArthur, “I shall return” Surrender of 80,000 American and Filipino troops Death March of 100 miles

By sloan
(110 views)

World War II in the Pacific

World War II in the Pacific

World War II in the Pacific. Chapter 17. Japanese Advances. Japanese empire much larger than Hitler’s Conquered much of Asia. Early Japanese Success. Douglas McArthur Great military strategist In command of Allied Forces in Philippines American Forces struggled

By sevita
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Kingwood High School’s TAKS review WAR IN THE PACIFIC 1941-1945

Kingwood High School’s TAKS review WAR IN THE PACIFIC 1941-1945

Kingwood High School’s TAKS review WAR IN THE PACIFIC 1941-1945. JAPANESE CONTROL - 1942. NEW FIGHTING: *JUNGLE TERRAIN *AMPHIBIOUS LANDINGS *NAVAL POWER / AIR POWER *UP AGAINST FIGHTING PHILOSOPHY OF BUSHIDO-FIGHT TILL THE DEATH *ALSO SEPUKKU-DEATH BEFORE SURRENDER.

By otis
(118 views)

Allies Stem Japanese Tide

Allies Stem Japanese Tide

Priority was to defeat Nazis, but US did not wait to move against Japan US submarines still existing US aircraft carriers were at sea during attack on Pearl Harbor. Allies Stem Japanese Tide. 1 st 6 months after Pearl Harbor- conquered empire that dwarfed Hitler’s

By halima
(97 views)

WWII War Against Japan

WWII War Against Japan

WWII War Against Japan. Military Strategy against the Japanese is ISLAND HOPPING : capturing key islands to cut off Japanese supply lines and to use as bases for attack against the Japanese islands U.S. Commanders in the Pacific: General Douglas MacArthur Admiral Chester Nimitz.

By taran
(158 views)

Japanese Internment During World War II

Japanese Internment During World War II

Japanese Internment During World War II. A Comparison of U.S. & Canadian Internment Policy. Historical Context. Japanese immigration to the U.S. and Canada began in the 1860s and saw the greatest influx from 1900-1920

By ilana
(223 views)

Pump-Up

Pump-Up

Pump-Up. How do you think the Allies are able to win WWII?. Allied Victory. Today’s Vocabulary. D-Day Turning point of the war in Europe. Manhattan Project Top secret project to build the atomic bomb. Tide Turns in Europe. The British attacked Rommel one night by surprise.

By conway
(136 views)

WWII/Part III

WWII/Part III

WWII/Part III. One final look at Europe…. D-Day (June 6th, 1944) was successful, Paris is liberated by August of 1944. January 26th, 1945: Soviet troops liberate Auschwitz February 4-11, 1945: Churchill, FDR and Stalin meet in Yalta. April 21st, 1945: Soviets reach Berlin

By bonner
(86 views)

WORLD WAR II

WORLD WAR II

WORLD WAR II. BATTLE OF BRITAIN INVASION OF RUSSIA PEARL HARBOR. Battle of Britain. “Where Napoleon failed, I shall succeed. I shall land on the shores of Britain.” - Hitler Lasted from August 1940 – May 1941 The British were now being led by Winston Churchill

By larissa-keith
(131 views)

The War in the Pacific

The War in the Pacific

The War in the Pacific. Japan and the United States. Japanese Internment, 1942. Relocation & internment 110,000 Japanese Americans Pacific coast "War Relocation Camps," Executive Order 9066: Ability to designate "military areas" as "exclusion zones,"

By rafael-craft
(124 views)

1945

1945

Iwo Jima & Okinawa. 1945. Iwo Jima. Operation Detachment B-29 Raids 3 airstrips for Japanese Escort planes for B-29 Landing Strip for emergency. Operation Detachment. February 19, 1945 70,000 Marines vs. 27,000 Japanese Leaders Raymond Spruance and ‘Howling Mad’ Smith

By reuben-monroe
(116 views)

Timeline

Timeline

August 18, 1941 It is first suggested to Roosevelt that he should imprison 10,000 Japanese. December 7 th 1941 Pearl Harbor is bombed by the Japanese February 19, 1942, Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, which forced all Japanese-Americans to evacuate the West Coast. Timeline.

By murphy-moreno
(87 views)

Chapter 28 America in a World at War

Chapter 28 America in a World at War

Chapter 28 America in a World at War. War on Two Fronts: 1 st Step: Containing the Japanese After Pearl Harbor the Japanese took: Guam, Wake Island, Hong Kong, and the Philippines. Douglass MacArthur. Battle of Coral Sea (May 7-8 1942) Held off Japanese invasion of Australia

By yardley-shannon
(127 views)

Japanese Internment During World War II

Japanese Internment During World War II

Japanese Internment During World War II. A Comparison of U.S. & Canadian Internment Policy. Historical Context. Japanese immigration to the U.S. and Canada began in the 1860s and saw the greatest influx from 1900-1920

By bidelia-davitt
(236 views)

WORLD WAR II

WORLD WAR II

WORLD WAR II. HIGHLIGHTS & SIGNIFICANT EVENTS. Battle of the Atlantic. Britain & US struggle for trade route control U-boats hunt in “wolf packs” (20 subs/night) Merchant ships destroyed (175 in June 1942 alone) Allies develop long range aircraft to hunt. North Africa campaign.

By macey-eaton
(75 views)

Kingwood High School’s TAKS review WAR IN THE PACIFIC 1941-1945

Kingwood High School’s TAKS review WAR IN THE PACIFIC 1941-1945

Kingwood High School’s TAKS review WAR IN THE PACIFIC 1941-1945. JAPANESE CONTROL - 1942. NEW FIGHTING: *JUNGLE TERRAIN *AMPHIBIOUS LANDINGS *NAVAL POWER / AIR POWER *UP AGAINST FIGHTING PHILOSOPHY OF BUSHIDO-FIGHT TILL THE DEATH *ALSO SEPUKKU-DEATH BEFORE SURRENDER.

By hamilton-noble
(125 views)

Japanese Americans & the US Constitution

Japanese Americans & the US Constitution

Japanese Americans & the US Constitution. Between 1900 and 1940, 275,000 Japanese came to America. Most worked in agriculture on the West Coast…. …but success was often met with discrimination. Then came Pearl Harbor. A racist hysteria swept the country.

By byron-gay
(166 views)

War in the Pacific

War in the Pacific

War in the Pacific. Turning the Tide. Japan’s Strategy. Create a defense perimeter of fortified islands far enough away to prevent the U.S. from bombing At that point, the Japanese could negotiate a peace that would leave Japan in control of resources in China and SE Asia.

By quon-owens
(96 views)

Bell Ringer #10 – 10/30/2009

Bell Ringer #10 – 10/30/2009

Bell Ringer #10 – 10/30/2009. Who were the “rattlesnakes” of the Atlantic? What did the Atlantic Charter establish? What was the Battle of Britain?. Japanese Internment. Due to war hysteria and public prejudice , many Americans did not trust anyone Japanese

By ashely-burks
(94 views)

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