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japanese prime ministerbataan death march, battle of coral sea, douglas macarthur, pearl harbor, hideki tojo, WAC
policy of granting concessionsAntisemitic, Adolf Hitler, Appeasement, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, totalitarianism, Spanish Civil War
signed a letter to FDR, explaining the importance of atomic developmentBattle of the bulge, D-Day, Albert Einstein, Manhattan Project, Harry S. Truman, A. Phillip Randolph, Kamikaze, Island Hopping
Italian leader who founded the fascist partyAntisemitic, Adolf Hitler, Appeasement, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, totalitarianism, Spanish Civil War
lightning warAllies, Atlantic Charter, Axis Powers, Lend-Lease act, Tripartite Pact, Neutrality Act of 1939, or Blitzkrieg
Included Britain, France, and eventually many other nationsAllies, Atlantic Charter, Axis Powers, Lend-Lease act, Tripartite Pact, Neutrality Act of 1939, or Blitz krieg
One of the ways that mussolini maintained his power in Italy was by....A. allowing freedom of the press B/. Disbanding youth groups C. supporting strikes D. outlawing political parties
designed to expand world trade by reducing tariffsYalta Conference, Superpowers, GATT, UN, Universal Declaration of human rights, Geneva Conference, Nuremberg laws
Russian leader who was known as the great terrorAntisemitic, Adolf Hitler, Appeasement, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, totalitarianism, Spanish Civil War
the japanese attacke pearl harbor because they wanted to A. gain control of the hawaiian islands B. destroy ships and planes that threatened their expansion efforts C. provoke the Us into declaring war D. Demonstrate their support for germany and Italy
long distance relocation of american and filipino prisoners by japanese troopsbataan death march, battle of coral sea, douglas macarthur, pearl harbor, hideki tojo, WAC
dominant countries after WWIIYalta Conference, Superpowers, GATT, UN, Universal Declaration of human rights, Geneva Conference, Nuremberg laws
Hitlers economic persecution of Jews in Germany involvedA. putting Jews into Death camps B. Barring Jews for working in civil service D. Prohibiting marriage between jews and non jews
became president after FDRBattle of the bulge, D-Day, Albert Einstein, Manhattan Project, Harry S. Truman, A. Phillip Randolph, Kamikaze, Island Hopping
On , the allies launced their invasion of normandyBattle of the bulge, D-Day, Albert Einstein, Manhattan Project, Harry S. Truman, A. Phillip Randolph, Kamikaze, Island Hopping
plan to bring laborers from mexico to work on american farmsPhillip Randolph, Bracero program, Internment, OWI, Executive order 8802, rationing
Prejudiced against Jewish PeopleAntisemitic, Adolf Hitler, Appeasement, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, totalitarianism, Spanish Civil War
US naval commanderSaturation bombing, George Patton, Strategic Bombing, Unconditional surrender, Dwight Eisenhower, Chester Nimitz
African American labor leaderPhillip Randolph, Bracero program, Internment, OWI, Executive order 8802, rationing
After declaring war, the US govt.A. repealed the neutrality act of 1939 B. enacted a draft C. transformed peacetime industries into war industries D. withdrew economic support from britain
Nazi attempt to kill all jewsHolocaust, Nuremberg laws, Kristallnacht, Genocide, War Refugee Board
Who created the Office of Price AdministrationA. Ted Nakashima B. Phillip Randolph C. FDR
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worked with the media to encourage support for the war effortPhillip Randolph, Bracero program, Internment, OWI, Executive order 8802, rationing
theory tof govt. in which a single party or leader maintains strict control Antisemitic, Adolf Hitler, Appeasement, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, totalitarianism, Spanish Civil War
German dictator who wanted to unify all Germanic people into one stateAntisemitic, Adolf Hitler, Appeasement, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, totalitarianism, Spanish Civil War
general known as Blood and GutsSaturation bombing, George Patton, Strategic Bombing, Unconditional surrender, Dwight Eisenhower, Chester Nimitz
a corps of women who provided support services to the US armybataan death march, battle of coral sea, douglas macarthur, pearl harbor, hideki tojo, WAC
commander of the US army forces in Asiabataan death march, battle of coral sea, douglas macarthur, pearl harbor, hideki tojo, WAC
Included a cash and carry provision that aided the alliesAllies, Atlantic Charter, Axis Powers, Lend-Lease act, Tripartite Pact, Neutrality Act of 1939, or Blitz krieg
The United Nations was organized toA. Punish Germans B. Reprimand Soldiers C. Encourage cooperation D. help small european nations
governs the treatment of wounded soldiers and prisoners of warYalta Conference, Superpowers, GATT, UN, Universal Declaration of human rights, Geneva Convention, Nuremberg laws
After the US declared war, the nations economic situationimproved B. worsened C. stalled D. remained unchanged
US navy base in the pacificbataan death march, battle of coral sea, douglas macarthur, pearl harbor, hideki tojo, WAC
Deopping bombs that target key political and industrial centersSaturation bombing, George Patton, Strategic Bombing, Unconditional surrender, Dwight Eisenhower, Chester Nimitz
endorsed national self determinationAllies, Atlantic Charter, Axis Powers, Lend-Lease act, Tripartite Pact, Neutrality Act of 1939, or Blitz krieg
provided food and aid to much of the worldYalta Conference, Superpowers, GATT, UN, Universal Declaration of human rights, Geneva Conference, Nuremberg laws
policy of temporary imprisoning members of a specific groupPhillip Randolph, Bracero program, Internment, OWI, Executive order 8802, rationing
After world War I, both Italy and Japan expected more...A. Financial assistance from the U.S. and Britain B. Guidance in extabllishing their own democratic Govt.s C. Territory in exchange for thier sacrifices during WWI CD. representation in the League of Nations
Germany's peaceful union with austriaAllies, Atlantic Charter, Axis Powers, Lend-Lease act, Tripartite Pact, Winston churchill, Anschluss or Blitzkrieg
Japan would rather kill themselves or surrender
How did Japan change politically after WWIIA) A long standing civil war resumed, B. Communist and non communist interest clashed C. Japan was divided into 2 different countries D. A new constitution enacted democratic reforms
How did support for the allies change following FDRs reelection in 1940A. support decreased; congress refused to provide additional aid B. Support increased; Congress approved the lend lease act C. Support increased; congress urged the pres. to declare war D. there was no change; the US continued its isolationist policy
Used other militaries to invade and control other nationsAllies, Atlantic Charter, Axis Powers, Lend-Lease act, Tripartite Pact, Neutrality Act of 1939, or Blitz krieg
Which 2 nations emerged as the stongest following WWIIA. Britain and France B. Soviet Union and US C. China and Japan D. Germany and Poland
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was an attempt to drive a wedge between American and British ForcesBattle of the bulge, D-Day, Albert Einstein, Manhattan Project, Harry S. Truman, A. Phillip Randolph, Kamikaze, Island Hopping
battle that forced japan to give up its quest for new guineabataan death march, battle of coral sea, douglas macarthur, pearl harbor, hideki tojo, WAC
The League of Nations did not prevent German and Italian aggression against other nations becasue it...A. had no standing army and no real power to enforce its decrees B. supposrte German and Italian aggression C. focused only on Japanese aggression D. was already involved in the Spanish Civil War
US organization to help save jewsHolocaust, Nuremberg laws, Kristallnacht, Genocide, War Refugee Board
The was the program to develp the atomic bombBattle of the bulge, D-Day, Albert Einstein, Manhattan Project, Harry S. Truman, A. Phillip Randolph, Kamikaze, Island Hopping
Allowed FDR to provide any type of economic aid to the alliesAllies, Atlantic Charter, Axis Powers, Lend-Lease act, Tripartite Pact, Neutrality Act of 1939, or Blitz krieg
Which political party rose to power in Germany during the 1930s?A. Communist Party B. Nazi Party C. Fascist PArty D. Socialist Party
accepting defeat without any concessionsSaturation bombing, George Patton, Strategic Bombing, Unconditional surrender, Dwight Eisenhower, Chester Nimitz
Who appeared to be winning the war in Europe by the end of 1940A. Germany and Italy, B. The soviet Union C. Britian and France D. The United States
dropping large amounts of bombs to inflict maximum damageSaturation bombing, George Patton, Strategic Bombing, Unconditional surrender, Dwight Eisenhower, Chester Nimitz
Ensured that Germany, Italy, and Japan would fight on the same sideAllies, Atlantic Charter, Axis Powers, Lend-Lease act, Tripartite Pact, Neutrality Act of 1939, or Blitz krieg
In the years closely following WWII many African Americans A. called for a return to isolationism B. renewed their efforts to work for civil rights C. found good jobs in the booming market
Interventionists believed that providing aid to Britain wouldA. draw the US into war B. Keep the US out of war C. Provoke attacks on US D. Prompt other countries to expect aid
drafted under the guidance of eleanor rooseveltYalta Conference, Superpowers, GATT, UN, Universal Declaration of human rights, Geneva Conference, Nuremberg laws
Roosevelt delivered his 'Four freedoms' speech toA. increase economic support for britain B. encourage congress to support an immidiate declaration of war C. persuade congress to take a neutral position in the war D. appease Germany and other Axis Powers
Which ships survived the attack on Pearl Harbor untouched?A. battleships B. Destoyers C. Light cruisers D. aircraft carriers
legal action taken against nazisYalta Conference, Superpowers, GATT, UN, Universal Declaration of human rights, Geneva Conference, Nuremberg laws
Night of the broken glassHolocaust, Nuremberg laws, Kristallnacht, Genocide, War Refugee Board
british leader who said that nazi aggression threatened all democraciesAllies, Atlantic Charter, Axis Powers, Lend-Lease act, Tripartite Pact, Winston churchill, Anshluss or Blitzkrieg
ensured fair hiring practices in jobs funded with govt. moneyPhillip Randolph, Bracero program, Internment, OWI, Executive order 8802, rationing
led the Allied invasion of North AfricaSaturation bombing, George Patton, Strategic Bombing, Unconditional surrender, Dwight Eisenhower, Chester Nimitz

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