Bomba atomica

5th Bimester Project

By yehuda
  • More Goods, More Leisure

    More Goods, More Leisure
    After WW1, the assembly line and mass production took hold in industry. By 1920, the eight-hour day had been established for many workers, and then it became a norm.
  • Artistic and Literary Trends

    Artistic and Literary Trends
    Four years of devasting war had left many European with profound sense of despair. These were evident in artistic and intellectual uncertainties.
  • Mass Culture. Radios And Movies

    Mass Culture. Radios And Movies
    A series of inventions in the late nineteenth century had led the way for a revolution in mass communications.
  • Front line Civilians: The Bombing Cities (Britian, Germany, Japan)

    Front line Civilians: The Bombing Cities (Britian, Germany, Japan)
    Britain: The first sustained use of civilian bombing began in early September 1940. The German force bombed London nightly.
    Germany: Major bombing raids on German cities began in 1942; Cologne became the first German city to be attacked by a thousand bombers.
    Japan: In Japan the bombing of civilians reached a new level with the use of the first atomic bomb.
  • Mobilization of Peoples (Soviet, U.S., Germany)

    Mobilization of Peoples (Soviet, U.S., Germany)
    Soviets: the initial defeats of the Soviet Union led to drastic emergency measures that affected the lives of the civilian people.
    U.S.: the United States was not fighting the war in its own territory.
    Germany: Hitler was well aware of the importance of home front.
  • The Yalta Conference

    The Yalta Conference
    The three big powers met for second time in 1945. By then, the defeat of Germany was obvious.
  • The Female Function in the Second World War

    The Female Function in the Second World War
    The WW2 was also the detonating period for female presence in the outside world. First they only used to work cooking and thing like that, but then they were necessary in works that commonly man would did.
  • The Diversity of Ideas

    The Diversity of Ideas
    The WW2 did not stop the emergence of diverse reactions in human ideas and sentiments. Examples of this would be the existentialist movement.
  • The Potsdam Conference

    The Potsdam Conference
    At Potsdam, Truman demanded free elections throughout Eastern Europe.
  • The Atomic Bomb

    The Atomic Bomb
    The scientist of the U.S. discover that the atoms had an enormous amount of energy, so they create the first atomic bomb that exploded on Japan In 1945
  • UNESCO & Traditional Music

    UNESCO & Traditional Music
    UNESCO, which emerged from U.N. gave new ideas for the education and the conservation of the cultural hedge, has taken concern about the rescue traditional music.
  • A New Struggle

    A New Struggle
    As the war slowly receded into the past, a new struggle was already beginning. In March 1946, in a speech to an American audience the former British prime minister declare that "an iron curtain" had "descended across the continent"
  • Rivalry in Europe

    Rivalry in Europe
    Eastern Europe was the first area of disagreement. The United States and Great Britain believed that liberated nations of Eastern Europe should freely decide their government.
  • The Truman Doctrine

    The Truman Doctrine
    The president Harry Truman had this idea in 1947 of providing money to the countries threated by to the communist (in this case Greece). He said that if they didn’t stop that it will affect almost all the East of Europe
  • The Marshall Plan

    The Marshall Plan
    When General George C. Marshall, U.S. secretary of state proposed and accepted the Truman doctrine in June one of the world’s superpower was fighting against the communist.
  • The Division of Germany

    The Division of Germany
    At the end of war, the Allied powers had divided Germany into four zones, each occupied by one of the Allies.
  • New Military Alliances

    New Military Alliances
    The search for security during cold war led the formation of new military Alliances
  • The Arms Race

    The Arms Race
    The Soviet Union had set off its first atomic bomb in 1949. Then in 1950 the Soviets and the U.S. developed a weapon even more powerful the hydrogen bomb.
  • The Contrast between wealth and Poverty

    The Contrast between wealth and Poverty
    After the war thanks to the planes the economy recovers very fast, the commercial thoughts change and the depression was forgotten.
  • Environmental Problems & Landscape Changes

    Environmental Problems & Landscape Changes
    Industrialization, as the driving force economic growth developed since the end of the Second World War, together with the demographic increase and improvement in life expectancy.
  • The wall in Berlin

    The wall in Berlin
    The wall was a physical division that separated the east and the west in Berlin. One part west taken by the Soviet people
  • The Cuban Missile Crisis

    The Cuban Missile Crisis
    In 1962 John F. Kennedy send an attack to Cuba to start a revolution against Fidel Castro, This invasion didn’t got good results.
  • Vietnam and the Domino Theory

    Vietnam and the Domino Theory
    The Vietnam War in 1964, increasing numbers of U.S. troops were sending there. The purpose was to stop the people of the North that were communist of taking control of the South
  • The War Industry in Times of Peace

    The War Industry in Times of Peace
    Maybe the world powers justify their weapon investments upon the argument that peace is obtained through the force of arms.