• Title: World War II
  • Libyan nationalists were torn during World War I.
  • US  troops were there since the 2nd World War began.

While fought outside the Balkans, it weaked the Ottomon Army in the years just before World War I.

A debate erupted in Italy with the outbreal of the World War I.

Italy was still a poor country when it entered World War I.

 Italy when World War I broke out was a member of the Tripple Alliance.
Day 11: Read V pg. 42-51. Discuss pg. 13, then pg. 52-55 (atomic bomb) (#581 Thematic Unit � World War II). Look at atomic bomb documents ending with the letter President Truman wrote to the editor of a newspaper about whether or not he would drop the bomb again. Pg. 56 #581 Thematic Unit � World War II for homework.

Illiteracy was virtually non-existent in the German World War I Army.

Italy did not, however, join her allies in World War I broke out (August 1914).
Day 6: Discuss surveys. Read V pg. 15-17 & 61. Discuss pg. 65. Have students write letter to President Roosevelt supporting decision of Japanese-American relocation camps. Respond to Lesson 2 (pg. 42 #581 Thematic Unit � World War II).


World War I for Italy was a disaster.

We are pleased to be able to make  to help teachers bring the history of World War II alive in the classroom.
Hitler realized that world leaders were becoming increasingly nervousas Germany re-armed, given the country's role in the catastrophic WorldWar some twenty years earlier. He continually reassured diplomats, andanyone else who would listen, that Germany's military buildup was solelya defensive measure designed to put the country on an equal footing withsurrounding nations. After all, he would ask, didn't Germany have a rightto defend itself like every other nation?

The leaders of France and Britain, and Hitler's smaller next-door neighbors,were naturally quite impressed by such sentiments. Years later, they wouldfind out that on the very day Hitler spoke those words he had also approveda secret Reich Defense Law which put Germany on a war economy and revivedthe Army's General Staff organization, which had been banned after WorldWar I.

World War One - History Learning Site

The following powerpoint presentations cover various aspects of World War I. They were created by Art Lewandowski of Fostoria High school (see also the lesson above, "Why Did they Fight?")

A New History of the Second World War | The New Yorker

The Lessons and Legacy of World War II: A Collaboration Between The Friends of the National WW II Memorial and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

John Buchan | First World War Hidden History

The primary source based lessons here explore five themes of World War II and utilize the vast collection and resources of the Gilder-Lehrman Institute of American History. Each lesson includes important historical background and context for the teacher, cross reference to the National Standards of United States History, an essential question to be explored by students, objectives for student learning, related documents, learning activities for student engagement, and a culminating activity called, “World War II at the Memorial” connecting the lesson directly to features of the National World War II Memorial addressed in the lesson.

World War I STAAR Objectives Flashcards | Quizlet

In this lesson students and teachers explore the background of how the United States entered World War II, the results of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, and the resolve of the American people under the leadership of President Franklin Roosevelt to see the war through to the “inevitable triumph.”

This World War I resource for teachers provides ..

With the rest of the world in turmoil,struggling with civil wars and disintegrating empires, thenation hoped to provide the stability to make peacefulreconstruction possible.