1 CHAPTER 24 THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD WAR II The Big Picture: The United States succeeded along with the Allies to defeat the Axis powers in Europe and the Pacific. Yet the cost of victory and the discovery of the full horrors of World War II were staggering.
2 CHAPTER 24 SECTION 1: THE WAR IN EUROPE AND NORTH AFRICA Main Idea: After entering WWII, the United States focused first on the war in Europe.
3 The Battle of the Atlantic For the Allies, defeating the Axis powers depended largely on control of the sea. German U-Boats posed the biggest threat to the Allied powers. U-Boats would attack in large packs at night, very effective. After US entered the war U-Boat attacks on American vessels increased. To combat German U-Boat effort, American s began building lots of ships. Convoy, or groups of ships, helped to protect against U-Boat attacks.
4 The War in the Soviet Union In the summer of 1941 Hitler broke his nonaggression pact with the Soviet Union and invaded on their western border. Soviet s joined the Allied Powers. As winter fell, German soldiers were severely weakened by the Russian winter. Took over much of the Soviet Union, including Leningrad.
5 Spring 1942 Germany wanted to take over Stalingrad a major industrial center in the Soviet Union. Soviets were successful in holding on to Stalingrad and launched a counter attack on the Germans. Victory at Stalingrad marked the decline of German power in the Soviet Union. Battles in the Soviet Union resulted in many civilian deaths.
6 Battle for North Africa After the fall of France in 1940, the British and Italians began a battle for North Africa. Needed to protect shipping in the Mediterranean, shipping oil from the Middle East. Italians tried to defeat the British but were unsuccessful. German forces were sent in to support the Italians. At the Battle of El Alamein British defeat the German s.
7 Operation Torch Allied powers had to decide where the US forces should enter the war Europe or Africa? Operation Torch called for American forces to invade North African countries of Morocco and Algeria. French controlled these areas before the war and Allies hoped they would join with them now. American forces moved on to the rest of Africa to gain more experience in battle before moving on to war in Europe.
8 On to Italy The next offensive for the US was to knock Italy out of the war by invading the island of Sicily. Sent a message to the Italians saying: Do you want to die for Mussolini or live for Italy and civilization? Italians chose to live. Benito Mussolini was forced from power.
9 German forces rushed to stop the American advance through Italy. Tuskegee Airmen, African American pilots, took part in the battle in both North Africa and Italy. Honored for their bravery and performance in the war. Allied forces kept marching northward in Italy towards Rome.
10 D-Day: The Invasion of France Allied forces were planning a simultaneous invasion in France. Operation Overlord large invasion of France by the Allied Powers. Invade in Normandy with large numbers of troops, weapons, and supplies. Needed to win the battle at Normandy to ensure further success in WWII.
11 June 6, 1944 D-Day (doomsday) arrived in which the Allied forces invaded the shores. The success of D-Day is attributed to the bravery of the soldiers who went ashore. Hitler thought that the landing in Normandy was a trick, slow to respond to the threat until it was too late.
12 Battle of the Bulge The world thought the German s close to defeat, the Germans responded with a surprise attack at the Battle of the Bulge. Bulge referred to the bulge in the Allied battle lines created by German advance. Allied forces, including Americans, held out against Germans until General S. Patton arrived with reinforcements. The Allies were able to push back the bulge and were close to winning the war.
13 CHAPTER 24 SECTION 3: THE WAR IN THE PACIFIC Main Idea: After early defeats in the Pacific, the United States gained the upper hand and began to fight its way island by island to Japan.
14 A Slow Start for the Allies The attack on Pearl Harbor had been a success for the Japanese the damage done would delay the American response to the attack. The Japanese had taken over many American and British islands in the Pacific.
15 Took over the British stronghold on Singapore. Gained control of oil reserves that were vital to their military plans. The Allies were not expecting Japan to be as well trained or well equipped.
16 The Philippines Japan s attacks on Hong-Kong, Singapore, and the Dutch East Indies were part of a larger offensive to take control of the American owned Philippines. MacArthur and his troops were no match for the Japanese forces; the Allies had no help to spare.
17 MacArthur was forced to leave his troops to go elsewhere, less than a month later the American forces in the Philippines surrendered. Japanese forced the American and Filipino soldiers into a Japanese prison camp.
18 Fortunes Shift in the Pacific Americans needed a positive outcome from the Pacific. General Doolittle led a successful raid on Tokyo, showing that Americans did pose a threat. The Americans were able to stop the Japanese at the Battle of Coral Sea in which Japanese forces were stopped from invading the British New Guinea.
19 Battle of Midway In order to stop American military advances the Japanese knew they would have to destroy American naval power. Japanese wanted to do this by engaging the Americans in a large naval battle at Midway Island. Americans had cracked the Japanese code and knew the date and direction of the attack.
20 Americans were on the offensive when the Japanese launched their first air raid. Americans were able to follow them back to the carriers and break through their lines of defense. American victory.
21 Allies Make Progress Battle of Midway had changed the balance of power in the Pacific. Americans wanted to take over the Solomon Islands off the coast of Australia to protect the Australians who were fighting with the Americans and also provide a base to launch attacks on the Japanese from. Needed to capture the island of Guadalcanal that had an airfield the Japanese had built. Each side won small victories until the Japanese left the island American victory.
22 The combination of sea, air, and land attacks became the way that Americans would make future attacks against the Japanese in the Pacific. Allied powers went island by island until they were able to get close to Japan. Costly in ships in planes, American factories would pump out hundreds of planes and ships to keep up with the demand. Native American soldiers used their native Navajo language to translate messages back and forth. Quicker and easier than other forms of communication
23 Back to the Philippines MacArthur wanted to fulfill his promise to return to the Philippine s. Allied forces had fought back the Japanese all the way to the Philippines. American forces used their massive number of ships to overwhelm the Japanese forces. The Japanese responded with their infamous kamikaze tactic in which a Japanese pilot would deliberately load down his plane with bombs and crash it into enemy ships. Americans would come to fear these attacks, there was little to do to stop them.
24 Iwo Jima and Okinawa American forces wanted to capture Iwo Jima to provide a better base to attack the Japanese. Americans outnumbered the Japanese, first time that the Japanese actually had to defend Japanese land. Americans managed to capture Iwo Jima in a matter of weeks, defeating all but a few thousand of their 20,000 troops.
25 Next American target was Okinawa, 350 miles off the coast of Japan. Okinawa was full of caves and tunnels that the Japanese took advantage of to launch their attack. Japanese were known to fight to the death. Americans gained control of Okinawa and begin an offensive on Japan itself.
26 CHAPTER 24 SECTION 4: THE HOME FRONT Main Idea: While millions of military men and women were serving in World War II, Americans on the home front were making contributions of their own.
27 Sacrifice and Struggle at Home Women began planting victory gardens at home as a way to conserve food for the troops. The United States also began rationing, or limiting the amount of a certain product each individual can get. Also rationed gasoline and held scrap drives to collect metals that would be needed for the war effort. Government reinstated the sale of war bonds as a way to save money for the war effort. Encouraged people to buy them through propaganda.
28 Winning American Support for the War The Office of War Information (OWI) was responsible for spreading propaganda. Produced dozens of posters and films during the war that stressed positive attitudes and actions, played on people s fears, or show the consequences of improper actions and attitudes. Movies were still very popular during the war, due to their popularity they became a provider of wartime propaganda.
29 Japanese Internment Fear of immigrants increased due to the attack on Pearl Harbor, Americans did not know who to trust. President Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066 that gave the military the power to establish military zones and to force people or groups to leave these zones. Goal was to isolate Japanese Americans away from the West Coast. Only factor that was considered in banning these groups was their racial descent. Those who were forced to leave were relocated to internment camps. Not given any time to sell their homes or belongings, could only take what they could carry. Korematsu v. United States was brought against the United States by Korematsu who claimed he had been unlawfully arrested based on Executive Order The Supreme Court decided that all legal restrictions which curtail the civil rights of a single racial group are immediately suspect. The relocation order was justified as a temporary wartime measure since we were at war with Japan.
30 A New Role for the Federal Government The War Production Board was another agency involved in the war effort to make sure that the military got the products and resources necessary. Government spending during the war increased drastically. Government raised the income tax; before the war only the rich paid income taxes, now everyone did.
31 CHAPTER 24 SECTION 5: WORLD WAR II ENDS Main Idea: While the Allies completed the defeat of the Axis Powers on the battlefield, Allied leaders were making plans for the postwar world.
32 Yalta Conference Roosevelt won a fourth term as president in 1944; he felt he needed to see the nation through to victory. Three Allied leaders (Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin) met in Yalta to plan the end of the war and the peace to follow, called the Yalta Conference. Chose to divide the country into four sectors, each sector would be occupied by either France, United States, Soviet Union, or Great Britain.
33 The Eastern European countries taken over by Germany, including Poland, would be occupied by the Soviets who agreed to help them hold elections after the war. Soviet Union also agreed that once Germany had been defeated they would declare war on Japan and help America defeat the Asian power.
34 Crossing the Rhine As the Yalta Conference was occurring Allied troops were preparing to cross the Rhine River in France that was seen as the key barrier to the center of Germany. Large amounts of German troops began destroying bridges in order to prevent the bridges falling into American hands. Americans were able to take over the bridges and the large amounts of German troops protecting them. After the Rhine was crossed the German resistance weakened. President Roosevelt died in office in April 1945, disheartened the American people, but they continued their effort in the war.
35 Hitler s Death In April the Allies were making their final acts of destruction against the German resistance. Hitler committed suicide in his bunker April recognizing that all hope was lost. As news of Hitler s death spread, the war came to a halt. Berlin surrendered, German armies throughout Europe gave up the fight. Karl Donitz, the German leader who took over at Hitler s death, surrendered May 8, 1945 which became known as V-E Day (Victory in Europe day).
36 Winning the War in the Pacific It was feared that taking over Japan would cause severe damage to the Allied powers, the Allies had been successful with bombing major cities. Allied forces bombed Tokyo killing 84,000 Japanese, stunned the Japanese. Japan vowed to fight on. The atomic bomb that was being developed in the Manhattan project would be ready in President Truman, who took over after Roosevelt, had to decide whether or not to use the bomb.
37 American forces decided to drop the bomb on a Japanese city with no warning except a demand for Japanese surrender. The atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, Japanese leaders failed to respond to the bomb and instead continued to wage war. August 9, 1945 the Americans dropped a second atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Nagasaki. The Japanese military leaders still did not want to surrender. Japanese emperor Hirohito surrendered on August 15, 1945.
38 The Challenges of Victory In June 1945 representatives from 50 countries met to establish the United Nations, meant to encourage cooperation and prevent future wars. Three Allied leaders met to continue their work from the Yalta Conference at Potsdam in Germany, called the Potsdam Conference. America was concerned about the growing influence of Communism from the Soviet Union. Wanted to ensure Stalin would live up to his promises from Yalta. America had to help in the rebuilding of Japan and Europe, would not be an easy task.
39 Cause and Effects of WWII Effect Cause Isolationism helped lead the United States not to resist German, Japanese, and Italian aggression until the 1930s. Germany invaded Poland, and Japan attacked the United States.
40 Effect The Allies occupied parts of Japan and Europe. War led to renewed commitment to collective security and the United Nations. Conflict began between the Soviet Union and the rest of the Allies over the fate of conquered European areas. The United States emerges as the World s greatest military power.
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