World War II – Path to Victory – Phase 3 - Advancing Across the Pacific

World War II – Path to Victory – Phase 3 - Advancing Across the Pacific
World War II – Path to Victory – Phase 3 - Advancing Across the Pacific
World War II – Path to Victory – Phase 3 - Advancing Across the Pacific
World War II – Path to Victory – Phase 3 - Advancing Across the Pacific
World War II – Path to Victory – Phase 3 - Advancing Across the Pacific
World War II – Path to Victory – Phase 3 - Advancing Across the Pacific
World War II – Path to Victory – Phase 3 - Advancing Across the Pacific
World War II – Path to Victory – Phase 3 - Advancing Across the Pacific
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This is a 33 slide, highly animated, power point presentation on World War II – Path to Victory – Advancing Across the Pacific. It is the third of four presentation on the path to victory in World War II. Each of the slides are editable so you can modify the slides if you need to.

Most citizens of the United States did not want to become involved in World War II. They considered it a “European” problem for those in Europe to resolve. All that changed on December 7, 1941 when Japan attacked the United States military base at Pearl Harbor. President Roosevelt asked congress and was granted a declaration of war against of Japan. Within a month, Adolph Hitler declared war on the United States, the United States was thrust fully into World War II, fighting on two fronts.

British Prime Minister Winston Churchill had on numerous occasions appealed to President Franklin Roosevelt to join the Allied cause. The and two had met on several occasions to discuss the United States possible involvement, how such a war would be executed and even what a post war would look like following such a war.

This presentation is the third of four power point presentations on World War II with most emphasis on the Pacific Theater. Each presentation is stand-alone but do build on each other and provides a concise, overall picture of how the war was conducted.

The four presentations include:

1. World War II – Path to Victory – Phase 1 – Stopping Japans Advance.

2. World War II – Path to Victory – Phase 2 – New Guinea, Burma & China.

3. World War II – Path to Victory – Phase 3 – Advancing Across the Pacific.

4. World War II – Path to Victory – Phase 4 – Conferences & Aftermath.

This presentation covers the following:

Strategy for Victory

“Island Hopping”

“Island Hopping” Map

Battle of Tarawa

Brutal Fighting

Battle of Kwajalein

Battle of Eniwetok

The Marianas

Battle of the Philippine Sea

Battle of Saipan

Battles of Guam & Tinian

Competing Strategies for Victory

Battle of Peleliu

Island of Leyte

Battle of Leyte Gulf (3)

Situation: Critical

Victory at Leyte

MacArthur’s Return

Philippines Retaken

Battle of Iwo Jima (2)

Victory on Iwo Jima

Battle of Okinawa

Operation Ten-Go

Kamikazes

How to End the War?

Dropping the Atomic Bombs

End of Presentation

This is one of many power point presentations I offer in my store under the heading.... World War II. Note: I also offer each battle mentioned above as individual presentations.

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