World War I and II

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Remembering Pearl Harbor: The USS Arizona Memorial. Today the battle-scarred, submerged remains of the battleship USS Arizona rest on the silt of Pearl Harbor, just as they settled on December 7, 1941.

Remembering Pearl Harbor: The USS Arizona Memorial

The ship was one of many casualties from the deadly attack by the Japanese on a quiet Sunday that President Franklin Roosevelt called "a date which will live in infamy. " The Arizona's burning bridge and listing mast and superstructure were photographed in the aftermath of the Japanese attack, and news of her sinking was emblazoned on the front page of newspapers across the land. The photograph symbolized the destruction of the United States Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor and the start of a war that was to take many thousands of American lives. Indelibly impressed into the national memory, the image could be recalled by most Americans when they heard the battle cry, "Remember Pearl Harbor. " More than a million people visit the USS Arizona Memorial each year. Home/IWitness:Video testimonies from Holocaust survivors and witnesses. Powers of Persuasion. Photos of World War II Ships. An Overview of the Holocaust: Topics to Teach.

How Vast was the Crime. Gabor Neumann Photo Gallery “And so, within seven months, I lost my father, my brother, and my mother.

How Vast was the Crime

I am the only one who survived. Site Overview. This site was created to bring us face-to-face with those who experienced the World War II internment of Japanese Americans - a critical part of 20th century American history still largely unknown.

Site Overview

Here, more than two dozen short video clips from some of the best films available on the subject are featured along with brief historical text and images to illuminate the people, places, voices and circumstances that are part of this history. (Please see the Help page for software requirements and troubleshooting in viewing clips.) Three broad sections present a chronological overview of internment and it's impact. Versailles Gallerie des glaces - Panoramiques 360 -panorama photo-360 degree QTVR.

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Linking directly to the movies Quicktime or Flash is strictly forbidden. If you which to use any of the panoramas for any purpose, commercial or editorial you are requested to contact the photographer who has the copyright and is listed on all fullscreen pages. Animated WW2 Map Europe. GERMAN EXPANSION 1933 – The Nazi Party came to power in Germany (the Third Reich forms).

Animated WW2 Map Europe

Hitler began to rebuild the military in direct violation of the Treaty of Versailles (secretly at first, and in public by 1935 – the Western democracies do nothing). March 1936 – Germans occupied the Rhineland with troops – again violating the Treaty of Versailles and again resulting in no reaction from the Western democracies. March 1938 – Austria was annexed by the Third Reich. Educational History Games.

Propaganda Posters. Each of the nations which participated in World War One from 1914-18 used propaganda posters not only as a means of justifying involvement to their own populace, but also as a means of procuring men, money and resources to sustain the military campaign.

Propaganda Posters

In countries such as Britain the use of propaganda posters was readily understandable: in 1914 she only possessed a professional army and did not have in place a policy of national service, as was standard in other major nations such as France and Germany. Yet while the use of posters proved initially successful in Britain the numbers required for active service at the Front were such as to ultimately require the introduction of conscription. Nevertheless recruitment posters remained in use for the duration of the war - as was indeed the case in most other countries including France, Germany and Italy.

How war stories inspire children to learn. 12 February 2012Last updated at 00:58 For many school pupils, the dramatic events of WWI and WWII have not been solely learned through studying dusty history textbooks.

How war stories inspire children to learn

Many fictional tales of loyalty and survival - often based on true wartime events - have also helped children to understand what happened. At Imperial War Museum North in Greater Manchester, a new exhibition - Once Upon a Wartime - celebrates novels that have helped youngsters engage with the battlefield horrors and domestic hardships at times of conflict. Dr Geoff Fox is one of the exhibition's advisers. Spatial History Project. About this Visualization This animation is intended to be used as a tool for exploring the historical evolution and geographical context of one of the Nazis' chief systems of exploitation and control: the concentration camps administered by the SS.

Spatial History Project

The spatial and temporal patterns revealed in this visualization raise questions that we hope will spur further inquiry. These include (but are certainly not limited to): How was the location of camps related to resources and territorial control? History - World Wars: Animated Map: The Western Front, 1914 - 1918.

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