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1 WWII by the Numbers Charting and Graphing D-Day and WWII Data A Lesson from the Education Department The National WWII Museum 945 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA (504) The National WWII Museum

2 WWII by the Numbers Charting and Graphing D-Day and WWII Data Organizing and interpreting data is an important skill when analyzing historical events. Raw data are the building blocks for interpreting what happened in the past, what is going on in the present, and what may occur in the future. The following lesson plan asks students to create three types of graphs using statistics from D-Day and World War II and then analyze their results by answering interpretive questions. OBJECTIVE: Students analyze the size and scope of World War II and D-Day by charting and graphing statistics and interpreting their findings. GRADE LEVEL: 7-12 STANDARDS: History Thinking Standard 2 the student will engage in historical analysis and interpretation while utilizing visual and mathematical data. TIME REQUIREMENT: One class period. DIRECTIONS: Content Era 8 ( ), Standard 3B the student understands World War II and how the Allies prevailed. 1. Copy and pass out the worksheets and have students use the given data to create a line graph, a pie chart, and a bar graph, then answer the questions that follow. This activity can be an individual or group activity depending on your specific needs in the classroom. 2. Use the statistical data from the three activities to lead a short discussion of the size and scope of World War II and D-Day. ASSESSMENT: ENRICHMENT: Components for assessment include the completed worksheet and class discussion. Have students collect data (such as poll numbers, statistics, or forecasts) about any current event from the newspaper, magazines, or the Internet and organize that data in a graph, which includes a short essay explaining their source, their data, and their analysis. WWII by the Numbers 2 The National WWII Museum

3 WWII by the Numbers Charting and Graphing D-Day and WWII Data 1. On a line graph below, fill in both axes and plot and label the growth of each branch of the U.S. military during World War II. Use the type of lines shown for each branch. Then answer the questions below. U.S. Active Military Personnel ( ) Year Army Navy Marines Total , ,202 19, , , ,997 28, , ,462, ,427 54,359 1,801, ,075, , ,613 3,858, ,994,472 1,741, ,523 9,044, ,994,750 2,981, ,604 11,451, ,267,958 3,380, ,680 12,123,445 Number of Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Year Army Navy Marines A. What was the trend in the size of the U.S. military between 1939 and 1945? B. What year saw the largest increase of military personnel and what event(s) brought about this increase? C. From the data in this graph, what branch of service do you predict had the highest casualty rate during World War II? WWII by the Numbers 3 The National WWII Museum

4 2. Use these statistics from June 6, 1944 D-Day to fill in and label the percentages of each country s military force in Normandy on the pie chart. Then answer the questions below. D-Day Combatants Country Number of Soldiers on Percentage D-Day *United States 95,000 34% *Great Britain 60,000 21% *Canada 20,000 7% Germany 105,000 38% *Allies A. What country had the most troops in Normandy on D-Day? B. What percentage of the troops at D-Day were Allied troops? C. Why did the Allied commanders think it was necessary to attack with such a large number of soldiers? WWII by the Numbers 4 The National WWII Museum

5 3. Use the following statistics of WWII deaths to complete a bar graph. Label both axes. Use one bar per country and be sure to separate the number of military and civilian deaths for each country, as shown below. Answer the questions that follow. Casualties of World War II Country Total Deaths % of Pre-war Military Deaths Civilian Deaths Population USSR 24,000, % 8,800,000-10,700,000 13,300,000-15,200,000 Germany 6,600,000-8,800, % 5,533,000 1,067,000-3,267,000 France 567, % 217, ,000 United States 418, % 416,800 1,700 Great Britain 450, % 383,600 67,100 Number of Casualties Soviet Union Germany France United States Great Britain civilian military A. Which countries had more civilian deaths than military deaths? B. What does this chart tell you about the consequences of war and the decisions by leaders to go to war? WWII by the Numbers 5 The National WWII Museum

6 10,000,000 Number of Soldiers, Sailors and Marines WWII by the Numbers Charting and graphing D-Day and WWII Data Answers to Activity Questions 5,000,000 Year Army Navy Marines Germany 38% US 34% GB 21% Canada 7% WWII by the Numbers 6 The National WWII Museum

7 24,000,000 8,800,000 20,000,000 17,000,000 15,000,000 15,200,000 13,000,000 10,000,000 5,533,000 8,000,000 5,000,000 3,000,000 3,267,000 1,000, , , , , , , , ,100 Soviet Union Germany France United States Great Britain civilian military WWII by the Numbers 7 The National WWII Museum

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