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Operation barbarossa and battle of stalingrad pearl

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Operation Barbarossa and Battle of Stalingrad: Pearl Harbor: Battle of Midway: Battle of El Alamein: D-Day (Normandy) Invasion: Yalta Conference: -What does the phrase “island hopping” refer to? 7.05: Dropping the Atomic Bomb -What was the Potsdam Declaration?
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-What was the Manhattan Project? -Why did President Truman decide to drop the atomic bombs on Japan instead of invading Japan? -What were some of the effects of the atomic bomb blasts? -What are nuclear non-proliferation treaties? 7.06: Genocide -What is anti-Semitism? -What was the Holocaust? -Why did the Holocaust begin? -What were some of the events that occurred during the Holocaust? -What was Hitler’s “Final Solution?” -How did the Holocaust finally end? -Briefly describe the genocide in each of the following areas: Armenia: Ukraine:
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China: Cambodia: Rwanda: Bosnia-Herzegovina: Darfur Region of Sudan: 7.07: Impact of World War II -What was the Marshall Plan? How did it help Western Europe's economy? -What two organizations were created because of WWII? (Not the EU, that wasn't created until 1999) -How was the world divided after WWII? -How did WWII help lead to the Cold War? -Why was the United Nations (UN) created? -What were the Nuremberg Trials?
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