Japan in World War II Code Puzzle Worksheet | Student Handouts
Welcome to Student Handouts--www.studenthandouts.com! 100% free teaching materials for students in kindergarten through high school--lesson plans, worksheets, PowerPoints, outlines, interactive games, puzzles, and so much more!
Japan in World War II Code Puzzle
Free to Print - World History > World War II in World History > World War II in World History Worksheets
Japan in World War II Code Puzzle Worksheet - Free to print (PDF file).
Free K-12 Educational Materials

Japan: Meiji Restoration, Japanese Imperialism, and the Build-Up to World War II in Asia - PowerPoint Presentation

Japan and World War II in the Pacific Matching Game

Vocabulary Worksheets for Writing about War
1) Japan seized 13-1-14-3-8-21-18-9-1 in 1931.

2) The second Sino-Japanese War began in 1937 when Japan attacked 3-8-9-14-1.

3) Many Filipinos and Americans died during the 2-1-20-1-1-14 Death March in the Philippines.

4) Thousands of Chinese women and girls were brutally raped during what is known as the "Rape of 14-1-14-11-9-14-7."

5) In 1940, the United States enacted a complete 5-13-2-1-18-7-15 against all American exports to Japan.

6) General 20-15-10-15 led Japanese forces during World War II.

7) The Japanese attacked the American fleet at 16-5-1-18-12    8-1-18-2-15-18, Hawaii, on December 7, 1941.

8) Fought from the air, the allies won the battle of 13-9-4-23-1-25 in June, 1942.

9) General Douglas 13-1-3-1-18-20-8-21-18 served as Supreme Allied Commander in the Pacific.

10) The policy of 9-19-12-1-14-4 – 8-15-16-16-9-14-7 involved capturing strategic islands in a move to eventually reach Japan.

11) Japanese who, on suicide missions, flew their airplanes into American warships were known as 11-1-13-9-11-1-26-5 pilots.

12) Participants in the 13-1-14-8-1-20-20-1-14 Project created the first atomic bomb.

13) The first atomic bomb was dropped on 8-9-18-15-19-8-9-13-1, Japan, on August 6, 1945.

14) The second atomic bomb was dropped on 14-1-7-1-19-1-11-9, Japan, on August 9, 1945.

15) Emperor 8-9-18-15-8-9-20-15 forced the Japanese government to surrender on August 10, 1945.
Click here to print. Click here for the answer key.
World War II Books and Films World War II Outlines and Powerpoints
World War II Online Study Games World War II Maps and Pictures
World War II Miscellany World War II Worksheets