#79  Aftermath of War ch 22

Last Update: November 14, 2015

OK PASS Objectives

WWII Aftermath
    1.  60 million people died including 
    2.  over 400,000 Americans
    3.  Cities were in smoldering ruin

                                                     Watch Japanese Holdout 2.5 min video:

    Read p 527 
 According to Hitler, what was the Jew's worst crime?
Keeping the "Aryan" German race from achieving its full potential

2. Describe events affecting the outcome of World War II.



B. Analyze public and political reactions in the United States to the events of the Holocaust (e.g., Nuremburg War Trials)

Three of the largest concentration camps.
Dachau,

Treblinka,

Auschwitz

Holocaust was Hitler's inhumanity to man    more links

2. Describe events affecting the outcome of World War II.


B. Analyze public and political reactions in the United States to the events of the Holocaust (e.g., Nuremburg War Trials)

Nuremberg Trials

  Nazi leaders were put on trial for war crimes.

    What was the most shocking fact that came out of the trials?   Many Germans had witnessed the brutality of the Nazis and had given their tacit approval. (Looked the other way)

Watch Nuremberg Trials 13min video:
Watch Hitler's Stolen Money 3 min video:

2. Describe events affecting the outcome of World War II.


B. Analyze public and political reactions in the United States to the events of the Holocaust (e.g., Nuremburg War Trials)


Aftermath of WW II in Europe
Warsaw Pact countries in Red/pink, NATO countries in Blue 

 

2. Describe events affecting the outcome of World War II.


B. Analyze public and political reactions in the United States to the events of the Holocaust (e.g., Nuremburg War Trials)

 

United Nations was founded in 1945 after World War II to replace the League of Nations, to stop wars between countries, and to provide a platform for dialogue.
NATO 

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization 1949. Western European nations and the US agree to mutual defense in response to an attack by any external party.

SEATO 

Southeast Asia Treaty Organization was an international organization It was primarily created to block further communist gains in Southeast Asia. The organization's headquarters were located in Bangkok, Thailand. SEATO was dissolved on June 30, 1977.

Watch The Three Worst Prisons 9.5 min video:

B. Describe the role of the United States in the formation of the United Nations, NATO, and SEATO.

Photo Credits

Nuremberg Trials: http://gestapo.low-ping.com/user/7rg%20Trials1.jpg