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Can you name the answers to the history questions related to World War II?

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Who was leader of the Soviet Union?
Who was leader of Italy?
Which nation did Chiang Kai-shek and Mao Zedong lead?
Who was the military leader of Japan?
Who was the leader of Germany?
Who was the leader of Great Britain?
Who was the leader of France?
Who were the leaders of the U.S. (last names only)?
What political party dominated Germany?
What were the three major Axis powers?
The U.S., Britain, France, S.U., China, and many other nations were the __ __.
What nickname of WWI illustrates Europe's hesitancy to fight another war?
What term describes Europe's foreign policy of giving in to Germany's aggression?
This British Prime Minister said 'There will be peace in our time'.
Hitler repeatedly violated this treaty, which ended WWI.
Hitler didn't want to repeat history so he signed a non-agression pact with this nation.
Germany's invasion of what nation started WWII?
What was Germany's 'lightning warfare' technique?
Germany used these types of soldiers to get behind enemy lines.
A massive evacuation of French and British troops took place here.
Germany targeted London in this battle between the RAF and the Luftwaffe.
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Hitler attacked the Soviet Union because he needed the resources of this 'Breadbasket of Europe'.
Hitler's invasion of the Soviet Union proved to be a mistake because the Soviets used this technique as they retreated.
Where did the Allies attack before invading Europe?
Before invading mainland Europe, the Allies conquered this island.
Where was the D-Day invasion of Northern France?
In a controversial move, the U.S. bombed this civilian German city.
What was the last major German offensive?
What is Hitler's genocide against the Jews, and other 'outcastes', called?
An attack here pulled the U.S. into WWII.
What nation made a surprise attack against the U.S.?
What fighting technique was used by the U.S. in the Pacific Ocean?
The U.S. feared that this part of the population might act as spies.
The U.S. required these potential spies to be confined in __ __.
U.S. and Filipino soldiers were forced on this 'Death March' by the Japanese.
A famous picture was taken of U.S. soldiers raising a flag on this island?
A famous picture was taken of this man wading through the water onto the Philippines?
U.S. casualties were high because the Japanese never __.
U.S. troops used explosives and flamethrowers to attack Japanese soldiers hiding in __.
What would you call a Japanese suicide pilot?
What type of bomb was dropped on Japan, causing them to surrender?
Name the two cities that were bombed causing Japan to surrender?

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