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Cracking the German Code by Rena Korb World War IICracking the German Code by Rena Korb World War II
The Nazis grew to be so powerful that Germany started to claim land that did not belong to it. German troops took over Austria and part of Czechoslovakia. The leaders of Europe allowed Germany to keep the new areas
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Why the bomb was needed or justifiedWhy the bomb was needed or justified
Pacific islands, committing mass suicide on Saipan and unleashing kamikaze attacks at Okinawa. Fire bombing had killed 100,000 in Tokyo with no discernible political effect. Only the atomic bomb could jolt Japan's leadership to surrender
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Question 1 (Document-Based Question): 55 minutes Suggested Reading period: 15 minutes Suggested writing period: 40 minutes DirectionsQuestion 1 (Document-Based Question): 55 minutes Suggested Reading period: 15 minutes Suggested writing period: 40 minutes Directions
Directions: Question 1 is based on the accompanying documents. The documents have been edited for the purpose of this exercise. You are advised to spend 15 minutes reading and planning and 45 minutes writing your answer
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The Bureaucrats Who Singled Out Hiroshima for DestructionThe Bureaucrats Who Singled Out Hiroshima for Destruction
How committee meetings, memos, and largely arbitrary decisions ushered in the nuclear age
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The Decision to Use the BombThe Decision to Use the Bomb
Japan's surrender; there is perhaps even greater controversy concerning the moral principle involved in subjecting the two Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to this weapon. This latter point is raised, but not answered
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World war II beginsWorld war II begins
North Africa and the Mediterranean; major battles of the European theater such as the Battle of Britain, the invasion of the Soviet Union, and the Normandy invasion
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The Battle of StalingradThe Battle of Stalingrad
Hitler will not leave Stalingrad unconquered and plans to seize territories to the east in Russia
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World War II review SheetsWorld War II review Sheets
This study guide must be posted on your wiki by Friday at the beginning of class. It is worth 40 points. Failure to complete this will severely hurt your grade
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Benito MussoliniBenito Mussolini
Look for how they rose to power, how they maintained power, and crucial things they are known for. In addition to finding out the historical impact your assigned leader had, fill out the charts on page two and three
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Monday 03/30 Mr. Santoro: Social Studies Class: World War II internet Research ProjectMonday 03/30 Mr. Santoro: Social Studies Class: World War II internet Research Project
First World War led to the Second World War. The Second World War was a worldwide conflict fought from 1939 until 1945 between the Allied Powers and the Axis Powers. World War II resulted in the deaths of over sixty million people
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Vocabulary for the World at WarVocabulary for the World at War
Adolf Hitler 1889–1945, Nazi dictator of Germany, born in Austria: Chancellor 1933–45; dictator 1934–45
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The british geo-political game during wwi and the controversy over the battle of sommeThe british geo-political game during wwi and the controversy over the battle of somme
The Germans were well-prepared for a two-front war, against France and Russia. Their highly efficient rail network offered them the option of a rapid transfer of troops from one front to the other
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Human Rights Violations 2nd TrimesterHuman Rights Violations 2nd Trimester
In addition to this event we are hoping to host trips to the Holocaust Museum and the African Burial ground and also a possible trip to Washington D. C
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Aggression went uncheckedAggression went unchecked
Goal 10 review causes, Events and Effects of the World War II era and Cold War beginnings
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Cause and effect relationships – toward victory!Cause and effect relationships – toward victory!
Honor code pledge: block: date
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