History notes for 04/20/2016
History notes for 04/20/2016 HIS 104
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Date Created: 04/23/16
Homework: • Museum Paper Due 4/29 ○ There is a MET trip 3pm on Friday meeting place is on the front steps of Pace Plaza • Final is May 4th The Second World War • Korematsu v. United States, 1944 • Japanese American Internment Camps • The Hiding of the Mona Lisa and other pieces of artwork ○ Great grandparents villa for 24 hours • The Night Harlem Boiled Over • Iranian Support of Allies ○ Tehran Agreement • Yalta Agreement • Meeting in Cairo • Women joining the war effort • Creation of the UN • Hitler's idea of a Jewish museum to show what culture he destroyed • Pearl Harbor • Atomic bomb • Island hopping • Blitzkrieg • Women joining the workforce • Victory gardens • Scrap metal drives • Switzerland neutrality • Night by Elie Weisel • Eisenhower having pictures taken of concentration camps • WASPS, WACs, WAVES, Women's Marine Corp • Canada's Italian and German internment camps • 50 million casualties • Churchill • Battle of England • Iwo Jima • Nuremburg Trials • Holocaust • Stalin, Hitler, Togo, Mussolini • Dresden • Annexation • Blitzkrieg • 1936 Olympics • D-Day • North Africa • FDR • Germany Invades Poland 1939 Class notes • The Second World War was a huge war in terms of how it was fought. • The Pacific war was an oceanic war that was fought over 8,000 miles • Appeasement ○ Policy used before the 2nd World War because they were afraid of a huge amount of casualties happening again. • 50 million dead at the end of World War II and many of them were not combatants but instead were civilians. 20 million Russians killed in general. ○ Siege of Stalingrad, people resorted to cannibalism to stay alive. ○ Dresden was firebombed by Allied forces even though there were zero military significance. March 1945, killed over 100,000. • Create refugees, wreak havoc on city government, destroy crops, water supplies. Total Warfare. • Blitzkrieg in 1939. ○ terrorized cities with bombs that shrieked and just straight up bombed them. ○ Rotterdam - statue of a human being with no center, to describe how the city was affected. ○ Bombing of London § Part of Battle of Britain □ Bombed London for 52 sequential nights before moving on more to the countryside. □ Hitler has to go through the English Channel to take over Britain. ® Germans look to destroy the British ability to stop the invasion by stopping the British Airforce. □ German airplane accidently starts this bombing by getting lost in fog and accidently letting go of his bombs. ® This naturally upsets the British but also the Germans. ® The Royal Airforce is then told to bomb Berlin, which was not effective but did manage to embarrass Hitler. ® This caused the bombing of London to begin. 7,000 Londoners dead, others driven into the subway stations and saves the British Airforce. § Bombing of Coventry □ British had 72 hrs advanced warning but did not evacuate the city and let it be bombed. □ Enigma coding machine □ All attacks could not be stopped because it would let the Germans know the British knew the code. • Germany took control of Western Europe in 6 months. • Holocaust, 10 million people killed. • Comfort Women WWII Films • Bomb Girls • Anne Frank • Boy in the Striped PJS • Inglorious bastards • Fury • Saving Private Ryan • Monument Men • Bonds of Brotherhood • Imitation Game • Goodbye Children • Letters from Iwo Jima • The Pianist • Dresden • Downfall • Big March (French) • Pearl Harbor • World War II in HD • War in the Pacific • Tora Tora Tora
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