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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?
Review for WW II.
WWII Review PeoplePoliciesGovernment Misc. Battles.
People of World War II. Adolph Hitler Leader of the Nazi party, elected Chancellor of Germany in 1933 and proclaimed himself Fuhrer leader.
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.
WWII in a nut shell. Economic and political Causes: WW II Aggression by Germany, Italy, Japan Nationalism Failures of Treaty of Versailles Weakness of.
WORLD WAR II SOLs USII.6A-C.
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.
Pre WWII Europe The Pacific WWII Leaders (1 st and.
World War II Review – part I WWII
World War II An Introduction. Causes of WWII W : World War I and the Treaty of Versailles A : Appeasement R : Rise of Totalitarianism.
Junior History Ch 14 Review Answers Beginning of WW II.
8 th grade WWII Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice
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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.
The Good War WWII Leaders He was the Fascist Dictator of Italy.
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.
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.
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