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WWII

WWII

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Tutorial

Invasion Plan

Discussion of Operation Downfall and the plan for invading Japan.

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Important Battles

Looking at the battles of Stalingrad and Normandy.

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Presentation on Jews, Chinese, and Japanese in America

Slides of presentation from last 3 class periods

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Japanese Internment

Discussion of Pearl Harbor and why it happened. American reaction to bombing and Japanese Internment

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Jews and Chinese

Finished discussion of the Jews and Chinese and the atrocities committed again each group

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Ch 17 sec 2 exercise

Pre-reading exercise

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WWII beginnings Day 2

Use the PDF above and this audio file to hear the discussion of WWII beginnings

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TRAP Acronym

Description for the causes of WWII

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Germans attacks

discussion of early German successes and the beginning of the Holocaust lesson

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Holocaust

discussion of remaining holocaust videos and the holocaust scenarios

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Propaganda

Propaganda assignment

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Battles in the Pacific

Discussion of propaganda and explanation of assignment for the battles. KMZ file is on yammer and can be downloaded from there.

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The Bomb

Discussion of the bomb, its production, and use

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