Ch222324INBslides - WORLD WAR II 1 Rise of Totalitarian Dictatorships 2 Fascist Aggression 1931 to 1941 Weak League of Nations US Neutrality Acts

Ch222324INBslides - WORLD WAR II 1 Rise of Totalitarian...

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1. Rise of Totalitarian Dictatorships 2. Fascist Aggression 1931 to 1941 •. Weak League of Nations •. US Neutrality Acts •. Japanese Expansion begins WWII in Asia 1937, invasion of China •. German Expansion into Europe Munich Conference , Sept. 1938 Hitler demands Sudetenland or war Appeasement” French and British gave into Hitler WORLD WAR II
Preview: Finish the Story METAPHOR: Read the following story’s beginning. Consider what will happen next, motivations, who is to blame, how the mother might have acted differently…. Write your own end to the story. One day a father is at the shopping mall with his small daughter. They pass a candy store and the child asks for some candy. When the father says no, the child starts crying. She continues crying until the father buys her some candy, but he makes her promise that the candy is the last thing she’ll ask for while they are at the mall. She agrees. A few minutes later they pass a cookie store. The little girl asks for a cookie and once again starts crying when her father says no. Frustrated, the father agrees to buy her a cookie. Not more than five minutes later, they pass a toy store. The little girl
3. Sept. 1, 1939 , Germany invades Poland WWII begins in Europe 1940, Axis Powers formed Germany, Italy and Japan Blitzkreig German aggression---1940 to 41 Battle of Britain: Aug. to Oct. of 1940 Hitler invades Soviet Union: June 1941 US Response : Neutrality to war Lend Lease to England in 1940 US becomes the “ arsenal of democracy Aug. 1941, Atlantic Charter : War goals Japan Attacks Pearl Harbor Dec. 7, 1941 Day of Infamy Dec. 8, 1941---US declares on Japan Germany and Italy declare war on U.S.

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