Using political cartoons by Dr. Seuss to examine isolationism in America is the war intensified in Europe.

Students examine the a radar plot from Hawaii on December 7, 1941, showing evidence of the incoming attack.

Comparing FDR's final speech to Congress to an early draft.

Primary source documents and activities paired with short video documentaries on WWII, beginning in the years before the U.S. was involved in the war. See documents and activities and playlist of short documentaries.

Students examine the a radar plot from Hawaii on December 7, 1941, showing evidence of the incoming attack.

Comparing FDR's final speech to Congress to an early draft.

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Students use primary and secondary sources to prepare a brief for General Eisenhower, advising him on how to proceed in planning the D-Day invasion. (See also Eisenhower and the Troops and Art of Deception: Selling a Story to the German Army)

Students examine the Battle of the Bulge through primary and secondary source readings.

Four lessons detailing the progression of the war up to its end in Europe and in the Pacific. Lessons 2 and 3 focus on Europe.

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Significant moments in WWII explored through primary source documents, with emphasis on MacArthur and the Pacific Theater.

Students learn the basic geography of the Pacific Theater.

Four lessons detailing the progression of the war up to its end in Europe and in the Pacific. Lessons 1 and 4 focus on the Pacific.

Students examine the dropping of the atomic bomb from four different perspectives.

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