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Name:Deonterrius FinchDate:School:BCHSFacilitator:8.04 Notes Outline“Recap and Results”Complete the 8.04 Notes Outline as you review the lesson.Explore #4:What is this picture of?HiroshimaWhat do the lines mean?The radiation zone from Atomic BombWhere was this picture taken? JapanI. RecapThe End of World War IIIn Europe:Hitler was defeated at the Battle of the Bulge in early 1945. The Soviets entered Berlin,Germany on April 17, 1945, followed by the Americans. Hitler committed suicide and Germanyofficially surrendered on May 8, 1945. Over 50 million soldiers and civilians died in WWII,including 300,000 U.S. troops.In the Pacific:By the time Truman became President in 1945, Allied forces were winning the war in the Pacific.The Battles of Iwo Jima and Okinawa were costly and bloody, but America demonstrated theirability to defeat Japan.Following Germany's surrender, Allied leaders met in Potsdam, Germany for their lastconference of the war. At the conference the Allies called for Japan to surrender. Japan refusedto surrender.The Potsdam ConferenceDuring thePostdam conference, the Allied leaders divided Germany into four zones ofoccupation, with each major Allied power controlling a zone.