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World War II Global Collaboration Project



We are eighth-grade students from the Twelve Corners Middle School in Brighton, New York studying World War II.  We are interested in gaining a global perspective on the war by collaborating with students from other countries.  We have put together a summary of different topics related to World War II and we would like to see what students in other countries are taught about those topics, and how that differs from what we have learned.  Click on the outline links to find summaries, photographs, videos, and eyewitness accounts of the topics listed.


I.  The War Begins 

  • Invasion of Poland                           
  • American Neutrality
  • The Battle of Britain:
  • Attack on Pearl Harbor:


II.  America on the Home Front

  • Enlistment/draft 
  • War Production 
  • Rationing 
  • Propaganda 
  • Opportunities for Women and African Americans 
  • Japanese Internment


III.  The European Theater

  • North Africa and Italy Campaigns 
  • Battle of Stalingrad 
  • D-Day Invasion 
  • Battle of the Bulge 
  • V-E Day


IV.  The Pacific Theater

  •  Midway, Guam, Iwo Jima, Okinawa 
  •  Guadalcanal, Coral Sea 
  •  Island Hopping Strategy


V.  The War in the Pacific Ends 

  • Development of the Atomic Bomb 
  • Hiroshima, Nagasaki 
  • V-J Day


VI.  The Aftermath

  • The Holocaust
  • Nuremberg Trials
  • The United Nations
  • Cold War 



Contributions From Around the World


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