The Associates Win the War.

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Bombs dropped via planes wrecked everything including a huge number of regular people ... V-J Day or Victory over Japan Day. World War II was FINALLY over! ...
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The Allies Win the War Lesson 5

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A New Kind of WAR Moved rapidly by tanks, boat, and planes. Didn\'t live in trenches Bombs dropped via planes annihilated everything including a large number of regular people Area covering a large portion of the world Fought on two noteworthy front, or fight lines Africa and Europe and the other the Pacific

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War in Africa and Europe Allies\' fight arrangement in Europe Gain control of the Mediterranean Sea Invade Italy Defeat Germans and Italians in North Africa September 1943, Italians surrendered. German strengths continued battling

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D Day June 6, 1944, the biggest water-to-area intrusion in history General Dwight D.Eisenhower drove the attack. American, Canadian, and British troops crossed the English Channel. Arrived on the shorelines of Normandy, in France Many troops passed on, however the intrusion was fruitful.

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Fighting Continues at Normandy Allies got through the German lines Moved inland, pushing back the adversary Germans counterattacked at the Battle of the Bulge in December 1944 American general, George Patton turned the Germans back. Patton was the most remarkable general amid the attack of France.

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Russia assists Also battling the Germans Pushed once more from the east. May 1945 Allied troops from the east and west met close Berlin, the German capital Learned Hitler had executed himself. Berlin tumbled to the Soviets on May 2, 1945 Germany surrendered on May 8, 1945 Victory in Europe Day or V-E Day End of the War in Europe

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President Roosevelt Dies Did not live to see the end of World War II. Passed on April 12, 1945 Vice President Harry S. Truman got to be President.

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The Holocaust Jews, Gypsies, and individuals with inabilities were loathed by Hitler and the Nazis. Put in death camps. Some were utilized for savage medicinal tests. Captured Jews everywhere throughout the world. Mass killed the Jews, known as the Holocaust. More than 12 million men, ladies, and kids were executed. No less than 6 million were JEWS.

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War in the Pacific The Second front of the war. Japanese troops arrived in the Philippines subsequent to shelling Pearl Harbor. Constrained Americans to surrender General Douglas McArthur guaranteed the general population of the Philippines, "I might return." after two years, he did.

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Turning Point Japanese appeared to win the war. May 1942, the U.S. naval force crushed the Japanese armada in the Battle of the Coral Sea. In June, American boats sank four foe plane carrying warships at the Battle of Midway. Japan\'s naval force never recuperated its misfortunes! Associates started driving Japanese from the grounds they had assumed control.

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Island Hopping American arrangement to take back just the most critical islands while in transit to Japan. Associates bombarded Japan from the air to debilitate the fighters there General McArthur started his intrusion to take back the Philippine Islands, as guaranteed. Skirmishes of Iwo Jima and Okinawa were ridiculous and cost a large number of lives.

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A Secret Weapon President Truman discovered previous President Roosevelt had permitted the improvement of the Atomic Bomb The most effective bomb the world had ever known. Summer of 1945, the nuclear bomb was prepared. Truman needed to end the war rapidly to spare American lives.

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The Sky Explodes August 6, 1945, the American plane, Enola Gay dropped the primary nuclear bomb on Hiroshima. A blaze like a blasting Sun Mushroom molded cloud ascended from the city Killed more than 75,000 regular folks Japan still DID NOT SURRENDER!

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The Second Bomb August 9, 1945, the United States dropped the second bomb on Japan. Nagasaki. Japan surrendered on August 15, 1945 V-J Day or Victory over Japan Day. World War II was FINALLY over! More than 300,000 Americans dead and more than 15 millions different warriors from different nations passed on in the battling.

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Improved Medicine Penicillin and sulfa battled diseases. DDT, another synthetic to execute mosquitoes counteracted jungle fever and different sicknesses.

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A Changed World Another world association of countries U.S. bolstered it this time United Nations was framed in April 1945. Objective was to keep world peace Promote participation among countries

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Changes in Technology Airplanes turned into a noteworthy weapon. Rambles, planes that flew without pilots dropped bombs on urban areas. Transport planes parachuted warriors into fight. Plane carrying warships propelled plans from the ocean. Antiaircraft firearms, unique guns Radio discovery and running RADAR, could found planes and ships in awful climate or around evening time.

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America, the Strongest Nation America turned into the world\'s most grounded country Helped different countries reconstruct Trouble not too far off Soviet Union turned out to be astringent Soviet Union set up a comrade government Communism is a framework in which all property is possessed by the legislature.

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U.S. Sentiment of Communism Saw socialism as a danger to opportunity Helped bolster nations in their battle against the spread of socialism. Threatening vibe, or antagonism created between the free world and the comrade nations. Called the "icy war" since it was battled with publicity and cash rather than officers and weapons.

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