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World History II The Best War Ever? - World War II Notes

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World History II The Best War Ever? - World War II Notes HIST 1020

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Date Created: 03/23/16
Hist1020 March 22, 2016 The Best War Ever?: World War II - How does World War II compare to World War I? (The Great War vs. The Best War Ever) Poland Attacked: September 1, 1939 - Hitler broke two of the peace agreements that he had previously signed  Munich Agreement  Nazi Soviet Non- Aggression Pact German Troops March into Warsaw The World at War… Again - Britain and France declared war on Germany on September 3, 1939 Axis Powers - Germany, Japan, Italy Allied Powers - Britain, France, Soviet Union  United States joins in 1941 War in Europe - Invasion of Poland:  Blitzkrieg- September 1939  Tanks and Stuka dive bombers - May 1940- Invasion of Netherlands, Belgium, and France  Maginot Line proves ineffective to maneuver warfare Fall of France France is out: June 22, 1940 - On June 22, 1940 France signs an armistice with Germany in occupied France War in the Pacific Pearl Harbor - December 7, 1941 - President Roosevelt declares war against Japan in front of Congress  “A day which will live in infamy” United States entering the War War Propaganda - Rosie the Riveter Great Britain “Keep Calm and Carry On” Nazi Germany - “The result! A loss of racial pride.” United States - Uncle Sam’s “I want you for the US Army” - Awkward friend pictures that tell American’s who the allies are Theodore Giesel - “Dr. Seuss Goes to War” Walt Disney - “Der Fuehrer’s Face” The Beginning of the End Dwight D. Eisenhower - “Operation Overlord” D- Day - June 6, 1944 - Operation Overlord - Beaches of Normandy and Omaha; France- 150,000 men storm the beaches - Turning point of the war Yalta Conference - February 1945 - “Big Three”  FDR, Stalin, Churchill - Stalin agreed to enter fight against Japan - Roosevelt agrees to give Stalin influence in Eastern Europe - Agree to de- Nazify, de-militarize, and democratize Germany Hitler commits suicide - April 30, 1945 V-E Day - May 7/8, 1945 War in the Pacific Battle of Iwo Jima (February- March 1945) - The battle for this 14 square mile island was one of the bloodiest battles of the war - 25,000 Japanese protected the small rocky island and it took over 110,000 Americans to defeat them - Only 216 Japanese surrendered- the rest died Marines Raising the US Flag at Iwo Jima Potsdam Conference - Truman, Stalin, Churchill - Truman has tested the bomb - Agree to demilitarize, denazification, and democratization of Germany Atomic Bomb th - Hiroshima (August 6 th - Nagasaki (August 9 ) - Enola Gay dropped on Hiroshima - Bock’s Car dropped on Nagasaki  “Little boy” and “fat man” - 250,000 deaths War is over - August 15, 1945 - Peace treaty not actually signed until September 2, 1945 Casualties of World War II - Military Casualties: approximately 25,000,000 - Civilian Casualties: approximately 45,000,000 - Holocaust: approximately 12,000,000 - Total: Over 80 million deaths The Results of the War - All of the German- occupied territories were supposed to be given free elections, but only the W. European nations became democratic The Division of Germany - German land split up to appease people - Berlin also split up after part of Soviet land included a part of Berlin The US & the USSR emerged as the two superpowers Holocaust - 12 million deaths - 6 million Jews - 6 million “undesirable” Poles, the handicapped, Gypsies, homosexuals, Slavs, and dissenters (protestors) Nacht and Nebel (night and fog) - Made by French on 10 anniversary of the end of the war - Going through empty concentration camps


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