The United States & W W II - The Rise of US Power

The United States & W W II - The Rise of US Power
The United States & W W II - The Rise of US Power
The United States & W W II - The Rise of US Power
The United States & W W II - The Rise of US Power
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The roots of World War II can be found in the unfinished business of World War I, which left legacies of anger and hardship. After World War I, the Treaty of Versailles imposed large reparations on Germany. The reparations and wartime destruction caused severe economic problems in postwar Germany.

Other European nations grappled with war debts, hunger, homelessness, and fear of economic collapse. Under these circumstances, totalitarianism spread. From 1922 to 1953 dictator Joseph Stalin controlled the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), which was formed after the Russian Revolution of 1917.
The USSR became a police state that suppressed opponents and deprived citizens of rights.

Elsewhere, militarism and expansionism gained ground. In the 1930s the Japanese military won influence, and Japan began to expand its territory. In 1931 Japan attacked the Chinese province of Manchuria. Condemned by the League of Nations for its attack, Japan quit the league. Benito Mussolini seized power in Italy in 1922 and Italy turned to fascism, a strong centralized government headed by a powerful dictator.

The presentation covers the following:
Roots of WW II
Spread of Totalitarianism
Nazism
Rome-Berlin Axis Pact
Isolationism V. Internationalism
Neutrality Acts
Neutrality is Short Lived
Neutrality Act of 1939
The Draft
The Atlantic Charter
Fair Employment Practices Commission
Quality of Life Changes
Pearl Harbor Attack (2)
Mobilizing for War
Organizing for War
Industry Prepares for War
Americans Go To Work
Women Go To Work
African Americans Found Work
A. Philip Randolph
War Refugee Board
War Relocation Authority
Korematsu v. United States
Concluding Plans for the War
D-Day Invasion
June 6, 1944
Germany Defeated
War in The Pacific
The Battle of Midway
The Atomic Bomb
The Manhattan Project
Should the Bomb Be Dropped?
Bombing of Hiroshima
Bombing of Nagasaki
Effects of the Bomb Drop
Nuclear Arms Race
Effects of the War
Results of the War (2)
End of Presentation

This is the fifth of five power point presentations that covers WW I, The United States in a New Age (the United States between the wars), The Great Depression, The New Deal and WW II.
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The United States & W W II - The Rise of US Power
The United States & W W II - The Rise of US Power
The United States & W W II - The Rise of US Power
The United States & W W II - The Rise of US Power