WWII Timeline - Brian Lucio Aguilar

WWII Timeline - Brian Lucio Aguilar - Your Name Directions...

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Your Name: Directions: a) You are going to create a timeline to show the important battles of WWII. b) For each battle listed, follow directions and put all work inside that box c) All answers must be in your own wording. Copy/Paste is NOT an option d) If web searches include wikipedia, you are also required to find one source that is NOT wikipedia for that box. Timeline Europe Year Pacific 1931 Invasion of Manchuria (search the web then replace questions with answers in complete sentences) a) Who was fighting? - Japan vs China b) What were the goals of each side?- J apan wanted more space for their human population, China just wanted to keep the land for themselves c) Search the web for a picture of in important person involved in the battle (like a general), or a picture from the actual battle. d) Label the picture with what is shown, and make sure to make the caption a link to the site where you found this. - This pictures shows Japanese forces first day invasion of Manchuria, ( "BANZAI ! The Rising Sun." Paradox Interactive Forums . N.p., n.d. Web. 13 May 2015.) e) Search the web for any other facts about the battle, and cite these in the same way with a
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link to the source. - One fact is that Japanese murdered 300,000 out of 600,000 ide/nanking.htm 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 read Rape of Nanking a) Describe what stands out for you about this reading?- What really stood out to me is that in the first couple of days, Japanese army had already killed and raped women of any age in Nanjing b) Why do you think the Japanese are capable of these acts? What allows people’s thinking to change like this? - Japan had these capabilities because they had a better army with better weapons, while China had a less experience army.
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