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World War II

Genocide Project

Factors that

Started WWII

Factors that Started WWII

Treaty of Versailles

The Treaty of Versailles was considered to be one of the most important peace treaties throughout history because it ended the war between Germany

and the Allied Powers (WWI).

Germany was forced to accept guilt for starting the war and to pay reparations. Germany had to pay 57

trillion (modern day equivalent) for the damage

done.

Germany lost territory and was prohibited from having a large military. German was only allowed

to have six battleships and an army of 100,000

men.

a large military. German was only allowed to have six battleships and an army of 100,000

The Treaty

of

Versailles

Fascism

Since World War One left some countries in a economic downfall, many dictators who formed powerful fascist governments took over their country.

In 1922, Benito Mussolini and the Fascist Party rose to power in Italy. He allied Italy with Nazi Germany and Japan in World War Two.

allied Italy with Nazi Germany and Japan in World War Two. B e n i t

Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, 1940

n d A d o l f H i t l e r , 1 9

This video shows Hitler’s rise to power and control of the German Socialist Party.

Nazi Party and Hitler’s Uprising

The German Workers’ Party was formed in 1919 as being a post World War 1 activist group and was anti-Marxist and opposed the democratic post-war government of the Weimar Republic and opposed the Treaty of Versailles(which ended World War 1 between Germany and the Allied Power). It advocated for extreme Nationalism and Pan-Germanism. Hitler joined the “Germans Workers’ Party” in the September of 1919. In 1920 the party would be renamed to

the “National Socialist German Workers’ Party”

or commonly known as the “Nazi Party.”

party would be renamed to the “National Socialist German Workers’ Party” or commonly known as the

The Weimar Republic

In January 1919, a group a people was

elected to represent the German people. They

met in the town of Weimar as Berlin was

deemed too unsafe.

In August 1919, the new constitution was

agreed and the first elections in what became

known as the Weimar Republic took place in June 1920, electing Ebert as Germany’s new President.

Hitler was a powerful speaker and began to

win supporters. Hitler used these new supporters and some members of the Freikorp to overthrow the Weimar Republic.

to win supporters. Hitler used these new supporters and some members of the Freikorp to overthrow

Failure of Appeasement

After World War One ended, European countries

were worried and didn't want another war. When countries such as Italy and Germany became

aggressive and began to take over their

neighbors and build up their armies, countries

such as Britain and France hoped to keep peace through "appeasement." They hoped that by

meeting his demands he would be satisfied and

there wouldn't be any war.

Unfortunately, the appeasement fail, and it made Hitler even more motivated. It also gave him time

to build up his army.

t o b u i l d u p h i s a r m y

Adolf Hitler and England's Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, are shown in this historic pose at Munich on Sept. 30, 1938.

Japanese Expansionism

Japan was expanding rapidly after World War One. Japan

needed more resources to sustain their country and growth. Japan began to look to grow their empire in order to gain new resources. They invaded Manchuria in 1931 and China

in 1938.

to gain new resources. They invaded Manchuria in 1931 and China in 1938. A map showing

A map showing the Japan expanding throughout Asia

Economic Depression

In 1914, there was a British blockade that caused many severe food shortages in Germany. Around 293,000 Germans died from

hypothermia and starvation. The blockade

and the war also made it hard for Germany to

trade which was the basis of its pre-war economic growth.

The German government started to spend more money than they receive in taxes, which lead to the Mark (Germany’s Currency) losing its value and inflation was rising rapidly.

By 1918, wages for German workers were

declining despite the extra work they were doing to support the war. German workers

were earning only 60 cent of their pre-war

salaries.

the extra work they were doing to support the war. German workers were earning only 60
Food supplies ran so low that Adults were living on 1,000 calories a day. According

Food supplies ran so low that Adults were living on 1,000 calories a day. According to an article written by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, they estimated that an average women should take 1,600 to 2,400 calories per day and 2,000 to 3,000 calories per day for adult male at minimum.

This is what a one billion Mark bill looks like in 1923. In 1923, Children

This is what a one billion Mark bill looks like in 1923.

This is what a one billion Mark bill looks like in 1923. In 1923, Children stood

In 1923,

Children

stood next to a tower of

100,000

marks, which

equal in

value to one US dollar.

“In 1914, the exchange rate of the German mark to the American dollar was about 4.2 to one. Nine years later, it was 4.2 trillion to one.”-Mashable

This graph shows the price of bread going up in price due to the hyperinflation

This graph shows the price of bread going up in price due to the hyperinflation of the Mark.

The Five Phases

of WWII:

1. The Phoney War

2. Blitzkrieg

3. Britain and the empire stands alone

4. The tide turns

5. Victory

Five Phases of WWII: 1. The Phoney War 2. Blitzkrieg 3. Britain and the empire stands

Countries Involved in WW2

Allies

Britain

France

America

Australia

Brazil

Canada

Russia

South Africa

New Zealand

Newfoundland

Axis Powers

Germany

Japan

Italy

France America Australia Brazil Canada Russia South Africa New Zealand Newfoundland Axis Powers Germany Japan Italy

The Phoney War (September 1939April 1940)

On September 1st 1939 Germany invaded Poland from the East and two days later Britain Along with france declared war on

Germany. This marked the beginning of WW2

in the east.

On September 17th Russia invaded from the west and Poland later fell.

On September 28th a peace treaty was signed between Germany and Russia to divide the country between the two countries.

This period of time was called “The Phoney

War” because seemingly nothing happened. the Germans referred to it as ‘Sitzkrieg’ – ‘sitting war’.

The governments of Germany, Britain and France began to issue propaganda. The British government even flew over Germany but, rather than dropping

bombs, they dropped propaganda leaflets.

The British government even flew over Germany but, rather than dropping bombs, they dropped propaganda leaflets.

Blitzkrieg (May 1940June 1940)

On May 10th 1940 the Germans introduced a new method of attack against their enemies. The Blitzkrieg was the use of many military

vehicles to bomb and overwhelm the front lines

then they would move in with aircraft to destroy

the rest. They used this against Denmark, Norway, Holland, Belgium and France. This

method worked very well for the Axis powers.

The Nazis conquered Denmark, Norway, Holland, Belgium and France. The British was trapped in Dunkirk, but managed to escape by

sea back to Britain.

On June 4th 1940, Winston Churchill delivered one of the most inspirational and famous speeches of all time. Winston Churchill was the British Prime

Minister at the time of WWII. In his speech, he

warned the public about the possibility of a German

invasion of Britain.

“We shall defend our island, whatever the cost may

be. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight on the fields and

in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall

never surrender.”

Winston Churchill

-

Britain and the empire stands alone (July 1940June 1941)

During the Battle of Britain (JulySeptember 1940), Britain withstood the German Air force, called the Luftwaffe. The Luftwaffe bombed London for 76 nights

running (the Blitz), then other cities such as Coventry.

Civilians took shelter in air raid shelters, train stations

and tunnels. However Britain was alone and was in danger of losing the war. Eventually the British were

driven out of Greece and most of North Africa.

Britain ran out of money and had no choice but to sign a Lend-Lease Agreement with America. Which means America sold arms to Britain, to be paid back after the

war.

but to sign a Lend-Lease Agreement with America. Which means America sold arms to Britain, to
The destruction on London caused by The Luftwaffe (Nazi air force) during the Battle of
The destruction on London caused by The Luftwaffe (Nazi air force) during the Battle of

The destruction on London caused by The Luftwaffe (Nazi air force) during the Battle of Britain.

The tide turns (19411943)

In June 1941, the Nazi invaded Russia, also known as Operation Barbarossa, which broke the peace treaty that German and Russia had.

Since Germany lost against Russia, it brought

Russia back into the war and it was the first major defeat for Germany.

On December 7th 1941, the Japanese

bombed Pearl Harbor because the U.S. was trying to stop Japan from expanding and preventing the Pacific Fleet. This brought America into the war

The Allies gradually began to win the war through these accomplishments:

In June 1942, the Americans defeated the

Japanese at the Battle of Midway.

In November 1942, the British won the Battle of El- Alamein in Egypt.

In January 1943, the Russians defeated the Nazis

at the Battle of Stalingrad.

Victory (19431945)

In 1944, the Nazi launched V-1 rockets which fell randomly in southern Britain. However, after D-day (6 June 1944), Germany was pushed back into Western

Europe by the British, Americans and their allies. The

Allies continued to bomb on German cities.

The Russians advanced in Eastern Europe and in April

they reached Berlin. At this point, the Allies controlled

most of Europe.

When the Allies controlled most of Europe, Hitler committed suicide and Germany surrendered. The war came to an end in

Europe and VE Day (Victory in Europe Day)

was announced on 8 May 1945. Winston Churchill announced this:

“We may allow ourselves a brief period of

rejoicing; but let us not forget for a moment the toil and efforts that lie ahead.”

Churchill

-Winston

In this quote, Churchill was referring about Japan, where the war would continue for three months more.

Victory (19431945) Continued

On August 6, 1945 the U.S dropped an atomic

bomb on Hiroshima, and again on Nagasaki on 9 August. Within weeks Japan surrendered, and VJ

Day (Victory over Japan Day) was announced 15

August 1945. Emperor Hirohito announces Japan’s

surrender in the war:

“The time has come when we must bear the

I swallow my own tears and give my sanction to the proposal to accept the Allied proclamation.”

-Emperor Hirohito

the I swallow my own tears and give my sanction to the proposal to accept the
Video of the Nazi Party expanding through Europe throughout WWII

Video of the Nazi Party expanding through Europe throughout WWII

After World War Two

Treaties

Governments and Land

The Creation of the UN

After World War Two ● Treaties ● Governments and Land ● The Creation of the UN

After WWII

A conference was held in Potsdam, Germany,

to set up peace treaties. The countries that fought with Hitler lost territory and had to pay

reparations to the Allies.

Germany and its capital Berlin were divided into four parts. The zones were to be

controlled by Great Britain, the United States,

France and the Soviet Union.The three western Allies and the Soviet Union disagreed on many things and as time went on Germany was divided into two separate countries : East

Germany , which had a Communist

government and West Germany, which was a

democratic state

two separate countries : East Germany , which had a Communist government and West Germany, which

After WWII Continued

It has been estimated that 50-80 million people died in World War Two.

The dropping of the atomic bomb on

Hiroshima and Nagasaki set an example for the world which as a result made everyone terrified by the threat of atomic war.

Nazi leaders were arrested and punished for

what they had done in the war. The most famous war trials were held at Nuremberg, Germany and for those who were responsible

for brutal crimes were sentenced to death.

Russia started to take over countries in eastern Europe and install Communist governments there. Europe was the beginning of the Cold War, between the democratic

nations of the west and the Communist countries of

eastern Europe. The Iron Curtain marked the border

between these two regions.

of eastern Europe. The Iron Curtain marked the border between these two regions. The black line

The black line is the Iron Curtain

After WWII Continued

In June 1948, the Soviet Union tried to drive the western powers out of Berlin by blocking all routes to the city. For a whole year the Allies flew in food, fuel and other things that the population needed to survive.

In 1961 the Russians built a wall around Berlin to stop their citizens from escaping to the west. The Berlin wall eventually came down on June 13, 1990

In 1948 the United States set up the Marshall Plan to help Europe’s economy. Eighteen nations received

13 billion dollars worth of food machines and other goods.

Four of the Allied powersthe United States, Great Britain, the Soviet Union and Chinaagreed to create an organization that should work for peace . In April 1945 fifty countries signed a charter and created the United Nations.

Treaties After the War

Paris Treaties

The Paris Peace Treaties were signed

on February 10 th 1947.

The main Allies signed treaties with Italy and the minor Axis Powers.

The treaties allowed the counties to go

back to their own sovereign states.

The treaties also included war reparations that would need to be paid by the minor Axis Powers.

that would need to be paid by the minor Axis Powers. Soviet-Japanese neutrality pact ● This

Soviet-Japanese neutrality pact

This was a pack signed by the

Soviet Union and Japan on April

13th 1941.

This was signed two years after the two countries had a border

war.

It was to ensure both countries would be neutral for the rest of the war.

Nationalism and

Ultranationalism

Nationalism

Ultranationalism

Nationalism and Ultranationalism ● Nationalism ● Ultranationalism

Nationalism

Nationalism is when you are devoted to your nation to a certain extent. For example when America went to war with Japan people in that country went to

war by choice to ensure peace and security of their

nation.

America went to war with Japan people in that country went to war by choice to

Ultranationalism

Ultra national is an extreme form of nationalism where

people are extremely devoted to their nation. They are often brainwashed by their government to think that they are

superior to everyone else. This often makes the people very

racist and harmful to other peoples. For example, during

WW2 hitler killed six million jews because they were inferior. Another example is when the Japanese invaded Nanking and

massacred 100 000 chinese.

jews because they were inferior. Another example is when the Japanese invaded Nanking and massacred 100

Atrocities

Committed

War Crimes

Weapons Race

Hitler Youth

Book Burning

● Atrocities Committed ● War Crimes ● Weapons Race ● Hitler Youth ● Book Burning

WW2 Deaths

WW2 Deaths Throughout the entire war the total deaths in the war were 50 000 000
WW2 Deaths Throughout the entire war the total deaths in the war were 50 000 000

Throughout the entire

war the total deaths in the war were 50 000 000

to 80 000 000. Six

million of those deaths

were Jewish people. Twenty million of those

deaths were military and

the rest were civilians. The total deaths were 3% of the world's

population in the 1940s.

Deaths Continued

Deaths Continued ● 19 to 28 million of the deaths were war related famine and disease.

19 to 28 million of the deaths were war related famine and disease. Five million prisoners of war were also killed.

Methods of Killing

The war much like the First World War was a war of appeasement. Either side of the war was trying to starve the enemy and because of this 19 to 28 million of civilians died from famine and disease. 21 to 25 million soldiers died from war related methods of killing like being shot or exploded.

The Germans also had specific methods of killing for prisoners of war and the Jews. At the beginning of the war they used firing squads to kill a few people at a time. The firing squad was ineffective so Fritz Haber which was a Jewish chemist who created the Zyklon B. Zyklon B was gas chamber to kill a few

hundred people at a time.

The last main method of killing used both sides was bombing done by planes. Fleets of planed would bomb entire cities culling many civilians, so when this was done it was usually a war crime.

War crimes (Allies)

After the fall of Berlin, it is believed that the Soviet Army alone was responsible for the rape of up to two million women and children,

as well as the subsequent death of 240,000.

Also it is believed that the US was responsible

for over 11,000 rapes, while the French have been accused of over 1,500.

The U.S. bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki is considered a war crime because in the The Geneva Convention explicitly declares that the indiscriminate targeting of non-

combatants, such as civilians, is a war crime.

the indiscriminate targeting of non- combatants, such as civilians, is a war crime. The bombing of

The bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

War Crimes (Axis Power)

Kristallnacht or The Night of Broken Glass is a massive, coordinated attack on Jews throughout the German Reich on the night of November 9, 1938. It was called “The Night Of Broken Glass” because of the cost of broken glass in looted Jewish shops$5 million marks ($1,250,000).

The Nanking Massacre or Rape of Nanking was a mass murder and rape by Japanese troops against the residents of Nanjing (Nanking), then the capital of the Republic of China. Estimated 300,000 Chinese soldiers and civilians were killed, and 20,000 women were raped. The Japanese committed war crimes

against innocent civilians, including mass execution, raping, looting, and burning.

Weapons Race

Much like WW1 there was a large weapons race between the two sides of the war.

Vehicles, planes, and ships became a large part of the weapons race. For example, armoured cars were largely advanced as long with self propelled artillery. A larger amount of tanks were made compared to

WW1. Aircraft were streamlined and made more advanced as well as the first jets were made towards the

end of the war.

Explosives were another area that was heavily advanced in. The grenade launcher as well as the frag grenade were created around WW2. The atomic bomb was introduced by the United States in 1945 against

japan and eventually started the Cold War. Ground penetrating bombs and aerial bombs were advanced

greatly in the war.

Lastly the rifles and other guns were made more efficient and effective. For example the tommy gun was introduced in WW2. The sturmgewehr 44 and the lee Enfield Rifle were more effective long range guns that

were used in WW2.

Hitler Youth

Hitler you was an organization that ran from 1922 to 1945. From 1933 until 1945, it was the sole official youth organisation in

Germany and was partially a paramilitary

organisation.

It was composed of male youth age 14-18.

The purpose of the organization was to

brainwash and get soldiers ready for the war.

of male youth age 14-18. ● The purpose of the organization was to brainwash and get

Book Burnings

Book burnings are a method of censorship that involve burning books that offend, contradict, portray a culture or religion as stronger than the

Jew’s, even if they don't portray a stronger religion,

it is still burned because they are a minority in

Germany, other than Jewish work. The largest book burning taking place on May 10th, 1933. University

students burnt upwards of up to 25 000 “UN-

German scripts.”

book burning taking place on May 10th, 1933. University students burnt upwards of up to 25

Propaganda

Used and Tactics

Propaganda Used and Tactics

Propaganda Used

Purpose

The main use of propaganda in WW2 was to

recruit troops.

It was also used to help finance the war. It convinced Americans to give money for the war effort.

Additionally it was used to unify the country.

It was used to get people to conserve resources so they could hold out longer in the

war.

It encouraged people to help at home like work in weapons factories for example.

could hold out longer in the war. ● It encouraged people to help at home like
could hold out longer in the war. ● It encouraged people to help at home like

Propaganda Tactics

The artist would sometimes portray the enemy as a monster or a demon to evoke feelings.

Posters were used to appeal to people’s feelings so they would join the army. Posters

would often portray destruction to evoke fear

or desperation.

The artist would also put patriotic appeal in a poster like the countries flag or soldier.

Artists would also use name calling and a slogan to get the audience's attention.

Lastly they would use bandwagon, so they would tell people that everyone was doing it.

the audience's attention. ● Lastly they would use bandwagon, so they would tell people that everyone
the audience's attention. ● Lastly they would use bandwagon, so they would tell people that everyone

Current Status of the

Nations

Political Cartoon

Movie and Book

Review

● Current Status of the Nations ● Political Cartoon ● Movie and Book Review

Current Nations Status (Allies)

United States: The States is a super power country in the world currently but is very unstable. They are in 21 trillion dollars of debt and are currently inhaled in wars in the Middle East. The country is ran by a democratic government.

According to information by the World Bank, in 2016 the United States had a GDP (Gross Domestic Product)

of $18.57 trillion USD and a GDP per capita of $57,466.79 USD

According to an article written by WorldAtlas in 2017, the top five biggest economic industries are Real Estate, Renting, Leasing, State/ Local Government, and Finance

United Kingdom: The UK is a currently a stable country that is run by a democratic government. They are currently

£1.7 trillion in debt. The UK is Europe’s third largest economy and is set to become the continent’s largest by

2030.

According to information by the World Bank, in 2016 the United Kingdom had a GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of $2.619 trillion USD and a GDP per capita of $39,899.39 USD

According to an article written by PrimeFind in 2014 the top five biggest economic industries are

Current Nation Status (Axis Power)

Germany: The economy of Germany is a highly developed social market economy. It has the largest national economy in Europe, the fourth-largest by nominal GDP in the world, and fifth by GDP. The economic growth is projected to remain solid, backed by robust world trade, investment and a booming labour market.

According to information by the World Bank, in 2016, Germany had a GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of $3.467

trillion USD and a GDP per capita of $41,936.06 USD

According to an article written by WorldAtlas in 2018, the top five biggest economic industries are Machinery, Automotive, Aviation Industry, Chemical And Medical Industry

Japan: The economy of Japan is a highly developed and market-oriented economy. It is the third-largest in the world by nominal GDP and the fourth-largest by purchasing power parity. and is the world's second largest developed economy. Economic growth is projected to reach 1¼ per cent in 2018 and 2019, supported by exports, business investment, etc.

According to information by the World Bank, in 2016, Japan had a GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of $4.939 trillion

USD and a GDP per capita of $38,894.47 USD

According to an article written by WorldAtlas in 2018, the top five biggest economic industries are Agriculture, Manufacturing, Fishing, Tourism, Mining exploration

Political Cartoon

In today's world we enjoy amazing access to information from

world we enjoy amazing access to information from all over the globe. Using the Internet, books,etc,

all over the globe. Using the Internet, books,etc, we can easily find answers to important questions on any subject, or look up information just for fun. But imagine if the government said you couldn't have access to this information. This leads us to a

practice called censorship. Censorship is defined as restricting or hiding information so it cannot be accessed. Author Ray Bradbury does this in his novel, Fahrenheit 451.

In this political cartoon, since China is a Communist

government, they censor and restrict the society from some certain information found on the internet. You can see Google,

Yahoo, and Microsoft is censoring information from the internet

because the Communist government want to resist the

Constitution or laws or the implementation of administrative regulations from being broken, etc.

Review of Fahrenheit 451

The government in Fahrenheit 451 destroys any

propaganda such as books that might oppose with their own propaganda. By eliminating the

opposition, the people are forced to believe in

which the government’s propaganda. This is known

as censorship.

The symbol “451” on the firemen's helmets serves

to reinforce the idea that burning books is good. The society thinks Firemen as a protective force. This is a propaganda in a form of “451”, similar to ways nations promote patriotism and nationalism

in their flags, symbols, mottos, etc

in a form of “451”, similar to ways nations promote patriotism and nationalism in their flags,

Movie Summary: Hacksaw Ridge

The movie follows the main character who is Desmond dT. Doss And it’s the true story on how he won the Congressional Medal of Honor. The movie is mainly set in the year 1945 around the battle of Okinawa. It starts out with Desmond T. Doss as a young boy playing with his brother Harold Doss who are play fighting and Desmond nearly kills his brother with a blow to the head.

The movie then fast forwards to Desmond as a young man in the US who meets a woman who he soon falls in

love with. Later the war started with the Japanese attacking the US and doss is shook by the Pearl Harbour Attack and wants to help join the war effort. His dad (Tom Doss) who served in the First World War is a drunk, but

disagrees with his sons decision to enter the war.

He later leaves to go train for the war in a training camp in the US. Once he arrives at the camp he participates in all of the training except rifle training because he is a conscientious objector, so he will never pick up a gun or kill

anyone. Because of this his squad is pushed to do extra work to hopefully get rid of doss but it doesn’t work and

eventually his squad members attack him while he’s asleep to send him a message to leave. Despite this having happened he pushed on because he wanted to do his part in the war.

Movie Summary Continued

After training was completed the soldiers were allowed a couple days back home before they were shipped out.

Doss was going to use this for his wedding day but when he went to get his papers he didn’t finish the training, and the only thing he had to do was fire a rifle. He refused to do so because of when he almost killed his dad with

a gun when his dad was drunk. Doss refused the direct order that was given to him by his general and because of

this he was thrown in a military prison and was awaiting his court date.

On his court date he his almost proven guilty but before the verdict was made his dad came in wearing his WW1

uniform and it turns out he served alongside the general who put up the charges that were against Doss, so they

were dropped. Doss was allowed to enter the war as a medic.

Doss and his squad arrive at hacksaw Ridge and soon go to up to attack. The win the first attack with many

casualties, and bunker down for the night. The next day they are attack and are pushed off the ridge with many

wounded soldier up on the ridge. Doss decides to stay and over the course of a day he drags and lowered 75 people from the ridge.

Movie Summary Continued

Following his very heroic act, Doss made his way down the ridge, and to everyone’s surprise they seen it was Doss that was the one who was doing this. They seen

that the guy they thought was the weakest turned out to

be the bravest out of everyone.

The next day they attack the ridge again and finally take

the ridge. Doss was injured by a grenade, but was ok.

everyone. The next day they attack the ridge again and finally take the ridge. Doss was

Genocide Bibliography

BBC Bitesize. Analysis: Problems after WWI

This site is an accurate way of getting reliable information about the effects of WWI on Germany

Mashable. Analysis: Information about the Hyperinflation of the Mark

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U.S. Health Government: Analysis: Minimum Calorie intake

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BBC Bitesize: Analysis: Information about WWII

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Genocide Bibliography

Factors that started WW2

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Video of the atomic bomb

The Video shows the perspective of the Japanese and the Americans on the plane. BBC is a well known and reliable source of information

Facts about Emperor Hirohito

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After WW2

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War crimes on the Allies

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Biggest industries in the us

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Genocide Bibliography

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