Unit 5 WW2 StudyGuide - Standard 5 World War 2 4.8 What was...

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Standard 5: World War 2 4.8 What was the cause and effect of America’s isolationism during the 1930’s? Causes Effects 5.1 Compare and Contrast the worldview of FDR and Adolf Hitler using specific examples from their speeches, writings, and actions. 5.2 Describe the events that caused the United States to enter WW2 Rise of totalitarian Regimes German U-Boats Cash and Carry Lend-Lease Act Pearl Harbor 5.3 Create a detailed timeline of major events of World War 2 including:
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Battle of Midway, Battle of the Bulge, Stalingrad, D-Day (Invasion of Normandy), Yalta Conference, Potsdam Conference, Iwo Jima, and dropping of Atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki Chart and describe the following key leaders of World War 2 and their impact Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, British Prime Winston Churchill, Russia’s Joseph Stalin, Germany’s Adolf Hitler,Italy’s Benito Mussolini, Japan’s Tojo Hideki, and Generals Douglas
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Unformatted text preview: MacArthur and Dwight Eisenhower 5.4 Describe Hitler’s Policy of the “Final Solution” How did the Allied Powers respond to the Holocaust? 5.5 Research the US Supreme Court Cases Korematsu v. United States (1944) and Hirabayashi v. United States (1943) and describe how the government affected individual rights and national security. Korematsu v. United States (1944) Hirabayashi v. United States (1943) 5.6 What was the impact of WW2 on American Economy and Culture? Adress the following items: Rosie the Riveter, Tuskeegee Airmen, GI Bill, Rationing, War Bonds, Manhattan Project, African-Americans in the military, rationing, mobilization of resources, use of media and communications, services available to returning veterans, sacrifice of lives and the effect on families, the G.I. Bill, and technological improvements in agriculture and industry...
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