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World War II - European Theater - War in the Mediterranean

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This is a 15 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on World War II - European Theater - War in the Mediterranean. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.

With the fall of France in 1940, the fighting shifted to the Mediterranean. At first, combat largely occurred at sea and in North Africa between British and Italian forces. Following Italy’s lack of progress, German troops entered the theater in early 1941. Through 1941 and 1942, British and Axis forces battled in the sands of Libya and Egypt.

In November 1942, US troops landed and aided the British in clearing North Africa. Allied forces captured Sicily in August 1943, leading to the fall of Mussolini's regime. In December, the Allies landed in Italy and began pushing up the peninsula. Battling through numerous defensive lines, they succeeded in conquering much of the country by the war's end.

The presentation covers the following:

North Africa, Sicily & Italy
War In the Mediterranean
Operation Compass
Germany Intervenes in Italy
British Pushes in North Africa
Battle of the Atlantic: Early Years
British –US Agreements
Enigma Encoding Machine
Sinking of The Bismarck
The U. S. Joins the Fight
Battle of The Atlantic: Later Years
“Black May” in Germany
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