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100,1 Idea that a country should focus on its own problems and avoid international commitments What is isolationism?
100,2 Lightning War What is Blitzkrieg?
100,3 Axis powers What were Germany, Italy, and Japan?
100,4 This finally brought the United States into World War II. What was the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor?
200,1 The policy of giving concessions in exchange for peace What is appeasement?
200,2 He was a fervent anti-Communist and a great admirer of Benito mussolini. Who was Adolph Hitler?
200,3 The Nazi-Soviet non-aggression pact contained a secret deal between Germany and the Soviet Union to divide this What was Poland?
200,4 During WW II women were Enlisted for the first time, Although they were barred from this. What was combat?
300,1 Delegates from 39 countries met at Dumbarton Oaks Estate in 1944 to discuss this new international organization. What was the United Nations?
300,2 A kind of aggressive nationalism What is Fascism?
300,3 The day after the unconditional surrender by Germany (is known as this) What is V-E Day?
300,4 Turning point of the war in the pacific What was Battle of Midway?
400,1 A kind of aggressive nationalism What is Fascism?
400,2 Germany, Italy, and Japan What are the Axis powers?
400,3 This brought the U.S. into the war What was the attack on Pearl Harbor?
400,4 A great admirer of Mussolini and he was anti-Communist Who was Hitler?
500,1 This term describes the belief that it was America’s fate to control territory from the Atlantic to the Pacific What was Manifest Destiny?
500,2 The leader of Nazi Germany Who was Hitler?
500,3 The Prime Minister and military leader of Japan. Who was Tojo?
500,4 The president of the U.S. during most of the war. Who was FDR?
The Good War WWII Leaders He was the Fascist Dictator of Italy.
8 th grade WWII Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice
Jeopardy Vocabulary Battles People Groups Events Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Pre WWII Europe The Pacific WWII Leaders (1 st and.
Junior History Ch 14 Review Answers Beginning of WW II.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
The Coming of War Chapter 16 Vocabulary. Totalitarianism Theory of government in which a single party or leader controls the economic, social, and cultural.
WORLD WAR II. Fascism+Questions A political system that relies on extreme nationalism, militarism and a strong dictator. Where do we see World War II’s.
WWII Study Guide Important People F. D. Roosevelt President of U.S. during WWII Joseph Stalin Leader of the Soviet Union (Russia) Winston Churchill Prime.
Emergence of World War II. Russia Vladimir Lenin: Establishes the communist party, and makes Russia the Union of Soviet Republicans.(USSR) The Communist.
The Rise of Dictators and World War II Steps to War Chapter 26 Section 1.
Washington Conference An international conference that focused on naval disarmament Several treaties were signed during the conference The Five-Power.
WWII Review PeoplePoliciesGovernment Misc. Battles.
Welcome to this special edition of World War 2 Jeopardy!
The Coming of War Chapter 14 Vocabulary. Totalitarianism Theory of government in which a single party or leader controls the economic, social, and cultural.
World War II Introduction. LONG TERM CAUSES LEADING UP TO WORLD WAR II (WWII) 1. Treaty of Versailles Germans were forced to: 0 pay reparations 0 Redraw.
U.S. II 7 a, b, c World War II Images Obtained from Google Images 2006.
Final Jeopardy Question Events Leading to War. War in Europe 100 The Cold War Leaders of WWII Geography of WWII
Jeopardy Spanish Civil WarEurope Plunges Towards War American Involvement Grows Toward Victory The Holocaust Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100.
The Nineteen Thirties (Part II) A Decade of Extremes.
Introduction to WWII. 2 When? 1939 Sept.1 - Germany invades Poland (official start to the war ) Sept. 3 - Britain & France declare war on Germany Dec.
People of World War II. Adolph Hitler Leader of the Nazi party, elected Chancellor of Germany in 1933 and proclaimed himself Fuhrer leader.
World War II: Who? AlliesAxis Great Britain Soviet Union United States December 7, 1941 Pearl Harbor France China Germany Italy Japan.
PresentationExpress. Click a subsection to advance to that particular section. Advance through the slide show using your mouse or the space bar. Dictators.
Causes of World War II Political instability and economic devastation in Europe resulting from World War I:
Review for WW II. Rise of Dictators FDR Stalin Hitler Mussolini Hirohito and Tojo Manchuria Appeasement Hitlers road to war (The Rhineland, Austria, Sudetenland,
World War II. The Road to War: Aggression and Response International political instability arose from: –Built-up resentments from WWI –Worldwide depression.
Chapters 31 & 32 Review NAZIS FASCISM/GREA T DEPRESSION HOLOCAUST WWII- EUROPE WWII- PACIFIC Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q.
VOCABULARY 13TH AMENDMENT- BANS SLAVERY 18TH AMENDMENT- PROHIBITION 19TH AMENDMENT- WOMEN CAN VOTE 21ST AMENDMENT – REPEALS PROHIBITION.
Introduction to WWII Steps to War. 2 Why? (underlying causes of WWII) 1. Treaty of Versailles A. Germany lost land to surrounding nations B. War Reparations.
Was the dropping of the atomic bomb on Japan right or wrong? Justify your answer.
WW 2 TIMELINE BY: JACOB WARREN. SEPTEMBER 1, 1939 Germany invades Poland, initiating World War II in Europe.
Leaders $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Battles $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 A-Bomb $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Home Front $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Holocaust $100 $200.
Video Lecture By: Matthew Atkinson. Introduction World War II World War II Economic and Political ProblemsEconomic and Political Problems Rise of NationalismRise.
CH. 29 WORLD WAR II. Japan, Italy, & Germany aggressively expanded in Africa, Asia, & Europe In 1936, Germany, Italy, & Japan formed an alliance called.
World War II Begins. Rise of Dictators Leaders get power by playing on anger at end of WWI and Versailles Italy: Benito Mussolini and “The Black Shirts”,
World War II An Introduction. Causes of WWII W : World War I and the Treaty of Versailles A : Appeasement R : Rise of Totalitarianism.
WORLD WAR II SOLs USII.6A-C. CAUSES OF WWII Political instability & economic devastation –Depression –High war debt owed by Germany –High inflation –Massive.
Between the Wars and WWII Game?. What musical style captured a sense of the new freedom of the postwar years, mainly developed by African Americans?
World War II Studies KEY TERMS AND PEOPLE. Appeasement British and French Policy Allowing Hitler to Annex Territories in Europe.
War In Europe German expansion –Hitler annexed (took over) Austria –Claimed the Sudetenland Part of Czechoslovakia –Hitler planned to unite all German.
Say Cause or Effect for World War II Nationalistic dictators gain control in Europe and Japan Cause.
The Rise of Dictators and World War II Steps to War.
Chapter 26 World War II Review Flashcards TO STUDY FOR YOUR TEST.
Dictators and Leaders Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy AppeasementBattlesAfter the War Genocides Jeopardy.
CAUSES (Long Term) WWI (the harsh conditions of the Treaty of Versailles) Dictators come to power in Germany, Italy, Japan, and the Soviet Union Severe.
Review Lesson of World War II. What foreign policy did the U.S. follow after WWII? Isolationism - national policy of avoiding involvement in the affairs.
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