My Great - grandfather Crenshaw fought in WWII and survived
My Great grandmother Crenshaw's brother James Harvey Even Jr. Fought in WWII as a pilot, he sadly did not survive. - I have pictures of him in his uniform, and with his buddies in the war, and also a picture of his plane.
My Grandfather Zip's brother Bud fought in WWII and survived.
My Grandfather Zip's brother John fought in WWII, and he sadly did not survive.
My Great grandfather Gomer fought in WWII and survived.
1. After-effects of World War I and the Treaty of Versailles
1925 - Mein Kampf means "My Struggle" in german.
1933 - Hitler's Book became popular after he became Chancellor of Germany
1933 - Nazis burned books by Freud, Einstein, Thomas Mann, Jack London, and H.G. Wells.
Which country had the most fatalities?
The USSR had the most deaths overall. With 20,600,000 people.
But Poland lost most people in there country. Losing 17.2% of people in Poland.
3. Japanese Camps
What is Korematsu v. United States (1944) and why is it important? Korematsu v. United States is when the U.S. made Japanese move out of there homes. So so people did not like that and there was a trial. It is important because it shows a time when the U.S. was not being right, and that people fought for their home, and rights.
4. Book Burning
5. Hiroshima and Nagasaki
September 30th, 1944, research was done on bomb that the U.S. was about to drop. The results came that the bomb could go very much wrong and get rid of almost all of Japan.
August 3rd, 1945, There were weather delays, on the bombing.
6. Navajo Code Talkers
Why? So that other countries could not steal their plans.
Why were the Navajo Code Talkers called heroes?
Well there were heroes because the code saved the U.S. by the other countries not being cracking the code. So the people who would speak Navajo were heroes.
7. Camp Locations
Belzec in Europe.