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Part III of our textbook explores the nature of the war after the initial invasions in 1939-1941 when allied countries were completely overrun by Germany, Italy, Russia and Japan. In 1942 efforts began to fight back.  Chapter 15 reviews how the allied countries began to formulate alliances and war plans in order to fight the enemy collectively. Chapter 16 describes how Hitler continued to gobble up countries in Europe in the name of "living space", ethnic superiority, resources and geographical superiority. Mostly these were small countries that ultimately became part of the underground efforts against the Axis powers that helped to begin the turning of the tide. Chapter 17 examines how and why the Japanese occupied countries in the Pacific area and the consequences of that in terms of over-extension. Chapter 18 examines German, Italian and Vichy French interests and moves in North Africa. Russia, meanwhile, carried on a war of survival by drawing Germany deep into Russia (chapter 19). In the Pacific area, U.S. interests became involved (chapter 20) and action followed.  The lecture examines how European, colonial and native forces, each with different goals and interests in North Africa, began to fight back against Germany and Italy. What these chapters demonstrate is that momentum was beginning to build to push back against the aggressions and occupations by the Axis powers. The tide began to turn.

Choose three chapters and the lecture (attatched) to examine in full. Create a narrative of what happened. In particular set the discussion in a time period--was it 1942, 1943, 1944? How did the anti-Axis efforts appear at that moment? At least one of the paragraphs should be about the Pacific area and one about how the native and colonial populations supported the allied war effort. Write a longish paragraph for each examination (around 500 words each). After telling the story of what happened in each case, analyze how the war situation appeared to be turning around in each area. For instance, the chapter on alliances demonstrates how the allies began to come together and formulate strategies for pushing back against the Axis powers. Detail, detail, detail. For instance, if you write about formulation of war strategies, there should be information on the major conferences like Arcadia, Casablanca, and Yalta. In the end, there will be four different sections--3 from the text chapters and one from the lecture. Of the three from the text chapters one should be about the Pacific front. Running through these chapters are tales of courageous resistance movements. Try to integrate this if the topic allows this.

 

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