WW2

WW2
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  • Music in section: Loud, battle music serves as intro
  • On September 1st of 1939, the Second World War broke out as Germany invaded Poland... (footage of war in background)
  • Explanation of Allies and Axis powers (map with axis and allies in background)
  • Introduction of Documentary (1 minute)
  • Explanation of how other Europeans powers declared war on Germany (footage of diplomats in background)
  • Explanation of ideologies of different nations (footage of political rallies in the background)
  • Show conditions of Jewish prisoners (footage of concentration camps in the background)
  • Explain why Jews were being persecuted (show footage of Nazi rallies + interviews)
  • Music in Section: Melancholy music to be played relatively quiet
  • Holocaust (2 minutes)
  • Explain what led to the end of the Holocaust (show prisoners being freed)
  • Give information about how many prisoners, how many dead, etc. (footage of prisoners in camps)
  • Explain why Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor (footage of Japanese rallies)
  • Music in Section: Near the end, courageous battle music should play
  • Give first hand-account of attack (show interview footage and dialogue)
  • Pearl Harbor (1:30 minutes)
  • Explain death tolls and consequences of attack (footage of bombing)
  • Give information such as death tolls, homeless rate, immigrant rate (footage of bombed cities in the background)
  • Music in Section: Melancholy music should be played during section
  • Explain reasons for bombing civilians (show map and military planning footage)
  • British, French, German Bombing of Civilians (1:30 minutes)
  • Give information as to which countries bombed which (show footage of map once more)
  • Explain consequences and why bombings ended (show footage of displaced families and peacemaking
  • Give reasons for the end of the war (footage of the fall of Nazi Germany and fascist Italy)
  • Music in Section: Inspiring music should be played, getting louder as the end of the documentary approaches
  • Conclude by explaining reasons to avoid violent conflict (footage of country then involved in war now in peace)
  • Conclusion of Documentary
  • Explain death tolls, consequences of war, and reparations (footage of diplomats)
  • Note: All pieces of information in the documentary will be accompanied by in-text citations unless they are from prior studies. 
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