-:Topic: support?Answer: On September 27, 1940, Germany, Italy,

-:Topic: USA’s entry into the World War I:-Inquiry Questions: Factual:When did the First World War start? Answer: The first World War started in 1914.In which year USA entered into the War?           Answer: USA entered the war on 6th April 1917Which Block/Alliance did USA support?           Answer: USA joined the ‘Triple Alliance’ – Britain,France and Russia.Which Block/Alliance did Japan support?Answer: On September 27, 1940, Germany, Italy, and Japan signed the Tripartite Pact, which became known as the Axis alliance.How did Japan enter the War & When?Answer: On July 7, 1937, Japan invaded China to initiate the war in the Pacific.Why did USA enter the War? Answer: The United States did not enter the war until after the Japanese bombed the American fleet in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on December 7, 1941.How did Japan enter the War?Answer: In September 1940, Japan signed the Tripartite Pact with Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy, in which they agreed to assist one another should any of them be attacked by a country not already involved in the war.Conceptual:Define staying Neutral in the war? Answer: Staying neutral in the War means that one does not have strong opinion either ways. The Neutral country mostly won’t receive any casualties. “USA was neutral before it was provoked by Japan.”Why did Japan attack Pearl Harbour? Answer: Hirohito consented to the decision of his government to battle the Americans to support the Nazis as per the Tripartite Pact. As war was unavoidable, Japan’s only chance was to surprise & destroy America’s navy as quickly as possible. Japan wanted to capture Dutch East Indies and Malaya to conquer territories that could provide important natural resources. By destroying a large portion of the American fleet, they hoped to conquer the Philippines and Malaya while America was covering it’s loses.Why did USA attacked Hiroshima & Nagasaki?Answer: Reasons for the bombing:-The United States wanted to force Japan’s surrender as quickly as possible to minimize American casualties.The United States needed to use the atomic bomb before the Soviet Union to establish US dominance afterwards.The United States wanted to use the world’s first atomic bomb for an actual attack and observe its effect.Debatable:Was USA correct to drop those bombs on Japan?Did Japan Bombing really end WW2?Personalities Involved: Franklin D. Roosevelt: Franklin D. Roosevelt was the President of the United States when Pearl Harbor was attacked and when we became involved in World War II. Harry Truman: Harry Truman was the Vice President when Pearl Harbor was attacked and we became involved in World War II.  He took over office as the 33rd President of the United States in April of 1945 when President Roosevelt died. General Hideki Tojo:Minister of war in July of 1941. After he attempted to improve Japan’s relations with the US and failed, he ordered to go to war and the attack of Pearl Harbor. Tojo resigned from his position when he came to the realization that Japan was going to lose the war.Countries/ Alliances Involved:USA(TrIpLe AlLiAnCe, AlLiEs)Japan(Tripartite Pact, AxIs PoWeRs)Outcome of the Situation: The two atomic bombs dropped on Japan in 1945 killed and maimed approximately 2,25,000 of people(Below is one way to present the out come, you can be creative)Why USA entered the WarWhen did USA enter the WW1Which Block/Alliance did USA support?http://www.history.com/topics/world-war-i/u-s-entry-into-world-war-i blob:http://www.history.com/44470266-d917-45f0-a164-a028e32d67db http://www.americaslibrary.gov/jb/jazz/jb_jazz_wwi_1.html Other Reasons for USA entering the War.http://historylists.org/events/5-reasons-for-the-us-entry-into-world-war-i.htmlEnd of WW Ihttps://www.historyonthenet.com/world-war-one-end-of-ww1/https://study.com/academy/lesson/american-involvement-in-world-war-i-how-the-war-changed-after-americas-entry.htmlUnited States in WW Ihttps://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/ap-us-history/period-7/apush-us-in-wwi/a/the-united-states-in-world-war-iImpact of WW I in today’s times.https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jan/15/firstworldwarhttp://www.spiegel.de/international/world/how-world-war-i-helped-america-rise-to-superpower-status-a-944703.htmlConnection with Key Concept/ Related Concept/ Global Context/ Statement of Inquiry: K.C.- PerspectivePerspective(opinion) of both the Presidents(Japan & USA) were different on how to tackle the attack on Pearl Harbour & doing the attack on Pearl Harbour provoking the USA.R.C- CausalityCausality(Cause & Effect) depicts the chain reaction by Japan Government(General Hideki Tojo) attacking Pearl Harbour & then USA Government(Franklin D.Roosevelt) on bombing Hiroshima & Nagasaki.G.C.- Fairness & DevelopmentRepresented in the report above, Japan attacked USA so it could increase its resources & capture/conquer more land & spread its territory.S.O.I- Conflicting ideologies across the globe give rise to issues of equity , rights and resources. An inquiry into context and style helps reader develop different perspectives.The ideologies if both countries of to support Allies or Axis led them to internal fighting causing more than 3M casualties & mass devestation.Approaches to Learning (ATL):Research Skills:-I highly developed my thinking skills as I gained deeper understanding on the topic I had very less knowledge about. I studied different sources & media to hear & understand all the different perspectives of people on one same topic.Reflection/Connection with Present Times:Humanity had never seen such a devastating effect in a very long time & many were happy to see that the bombing on Japan took place so the surrender would finally occur. The incidence of leukaemia(blood cancer) among survivors increased noticeably five to six years after the bombings, and about a decade later survivors began suffering from thyroid, breast, lung and other cancers at higher than normal rates. Children exposed to radiation in their mother’s womb were more likely to have intellectual disabilities and impaired growth, as well as increased risk of developing cancer. Bibliography:-“Axis Alliance in World War II.” United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, n.d. Web. 02 Jan. 2018.”World War II.” World War II (1939-1945). Gwu.edu, n.d. Web. 02 Jan. 2018.”Why Did Japan Attack Pearl Harbor?” History. N.p., 11 Sept. 2017. Web. 02 Jan. 2018.https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DELDYA0XYAAAVrx.jpgImportant People: World War II. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 Jan. 2018.”Hiroshima and Nagasaki Bombings.” ICAN. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 Jan. 2018.