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WWII Review PeoplePoliciesGovernment 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 Misc. Battles
People Who were the two scientists responsible for The Manhattan Project? 100
Einstein and Oppenheimer 100 People
Hitler became the dictator of Germany after this mans death. 200 People
Paul von Hindenburg 200 People
List three important military generals from WWII 300 People
1. Rommel – Germany 2. Eisenhower – US 3. MacArthur – US 4. Patton – US 5. Montgomery – Britain 6. Tojo - Japan 300 People
Who were the big three that met at the Yalta Conference? 400 People
Roosevelt, Stalin and Churchill 400 People
Which U.S. President gave survivors of Japanese internment $20,000? 500 People
500 People Ronald Reagan
Policies 100 Which Allied policy gave into the demands of Hitler in the hopes of maintaining peace?
Appeasement 100 Policies
200 Policies Which U.S. policy allowed for the trade of non- military goods ONLY if the nation paid in cash and transported the goods themselves?
Cash-and- Carry Policy 200 Policies
What banned the U.S. from providing weapons or loans to nations at war? 300 Policies
300 Policies Neutrality Acts
Which policy allowed the U.S. to aide nations at war if they were vital to U.S. security? 400 Policies
Lend-Lease Act 400 Policies
500 Policies Which law was signed in 1942 and officially started Japanese internment?
Executive Order 9066 500 Policies
Government Nazism was an extreme form of what totalitarian government? 100
Government Fascism 100
Government A type of government controlled by a dictator; suppressing freedom and controlling every aspect of life. 200
Government Totalitarian 200
Government List the four WWII countries that were ruled by a dictator. 300
Government Germany Soviet Union Italy Japan 300
Government List three characteristics of communism. 400
Government 1. No social classes 2. Equal distribution of wealth 3. Government ownership of property/business 4. No private property 5. No elections 400
Government What was the outcome of the court case Korematsu vs. U.S.? 500
Government Ruled that Japanese interment WAS constitutional 500
Battles ________ was the turning point on the Western front and ________ was the turning point on the Eastern front 100
D-Day was the turning point on the Western front and Stalingrad was the turning point on the Eastern front 100 Battles
Turning point in the Pacific; started US offensive 200 Battles
Midway 200 Battles
Hitlers last offensive attack 300 Battles
Battle of the Bulge 300 Battles
First Japanese territory conquered by the U.S. 400 Battles
Guadalcanal 400 Battles
Largest naval battle in history; kamikazes used in high numbers 500 Battles
Battle of Leyte Gulf 500 Battles
Misc. How many presidential terms did FDR serve? 100
Military strategy that combines air and land forces; used by Germany 200 Misc
blitzkrieg 200 Misc
List 3 territories or countries that were conquered by Japan. 300 Misc
1. Manchuria (China) 2. Korea 3. French Indochina 4. India 5. Dutch East Indies 6. Taiwan 7. Philippines 8. Thailand 300 Misc
Which program was created by FDR in 1944 to aide Jewish refugees? 400 Misc
War Refugee Board (WRB) 400 Misc
List the four main points that were decided on at the Yalta Conference. 500 Misc
1. Created the U.N. 2. Divided Germany into four zones 3. Soviet control of Poland (if SU allowed elections) 4. Soviet control of Pacific Islands (if SU declared war) 500 Misc
World War II Military Action & Diplomacy. AXIS POWERS & LEADERS Adolf Hitler Germany Benito Mussolini Italy EmperorHirohitoGeneralTojo Japan.
War in the Pacific Pearl Harbor: December 7, 1941 Japan attacked US Naval Base Pearl Harbor because: US was boycotting Japanese goods because.
BELLWORK Why did Japan leave the League of Nations? Describe how/why the Japanese military expanded in China. How did the U.S. respond? What was the goal.
World War II Begins… SEPTEMBER 3, 1939 The USSR attacks Poland from the east. Germany attacks Poland from the west Germany uses blitzkrieg tactics…
Washington Conference An international conference that focused on naval disarmament Several treaties were signed during the conference The Five-Power.
Hosted by Mr. Martin potpourri
Was the dropping of the atomic bomb on Japan right or wrong? Justify your answer.
DO NOW: VOCABULARY QUIZ 1.Lend-Lease Act 2.Wildcat Strike 3.War bond 4.Deficit spending 5.Rationing 6.Double “V” Campaign 7.Rosie the Riveter 8.bracero.
Jeopardy! Standard VII C: The student will understand WWII.
BELLWORK 1. What is appeasement? 2. What event caused the outbreak of WWII? 3. How did Germany take over France? 4. What was the Battle of Britain? 5.
World War II This is the second total war fought.
Review for WW II. Rise of Dictators FDR Stalin Hitler Mussolini Hirohito and Tojo Manchuria Appeasement Hitlers road to war (The Rhineland, Austria, Sudetenland,
U.S. History Chapters 14 and 15 Review World War II.
U.S. II 7 a, b, c World War II Images Obtained from Google Images 2006.
Causes of WWII The Continuation of the Great War.
Test Review. Anschluss union in which Hitler forced Austria to become part of Germany’s territory Appeasement policy of granting concessions to a potential.
Pre WWII Europe The Pacific WWII Leaders (1 st and.
World War II Review Game CATERGORIES War in Europe War in Europe War in the Pacific War in the Pacific Home Front and Post War Home Front and Post War.
Final Jeopardy Question Events Leading to War. War in Europe 100 The Cold War Leaders of WWII Geography of WWII
World War II From Appeasement to Victory. Q.O.D. #13 2/4/10 Why did Japan see the United States as an enemy? Why did the United States end its isolationist.
US War Policy & Pearl Harbor United States Policy 1939 Neutrality Acts (1939) Issued by Roosevelt after Germany invaded Poland Official statement.
Fighting World War II Chapter 24 Sections 2 and 3.
Jeopardy Cold War Terms WW II People & Places Cold War United Nations Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
WWII: America Enters the War. Neutrality President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared U.S. neutral two days after France and Britain declared war on Germany.
World War II. International war beginning in 1939, & included the U.S. after The war ended in 1945 with the defeat of the Axis Powers.
© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved German Conquests German Affairs Famous Peeps War Personals War: Europe War: Pacific $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final.
Say Cause or Effect for World War II Nationalistic dictators gain control in Europe and Japan Cause.
WHII: SOL 12a World War II. Economic and political causes of World War II Aggression by the totalitarian powers of Germany, Italy, Japan – Ex. Italy and.
Causes of World War II Political instability and economic devastation in Europe resulting from World War I:
World War II Bell Ringer Based on what you know, why might Germany be the source of aggression that started Based on what you know, why might.
WWII and Cold War Overview Unit 6 Test Review. How did the Great Depression Affect the World? O People began to distrust Democracy O Led to rise of totalitarianism.
WWII The War. Sort & Classify 1.What factors led to the rise of three strong totalitarian governments in the 20’s & 30’s? 2.Compare totalitarianism of.
World War II Test Review. What is the policy of appeasment? Who used it and why did they use it? Appeasement – giving in to potential enemies in the hope.
Chapter 14 Review-Exam Notes. 1. Neutrality Acts 2. Appeasement 3. Hiroshima 4. Pacifism 5. Lend-Lease Act 6. Stalingrad 7. Blitzkrieg 8. Anschluss 9.
WWII REVIEW. CAUSES OF WWII TREATY OF VERSAILLES – France-Germany not punished harsh enough – Italy-felt ignored in treaty – Germany-Humiliated Democratic.
. a. Benito Mussolini b. Charles de Gaulle c. Douglas MacArthur d. Dwight D. Eisenhower e. Franklin Roosevelt f. Harry Truman g. Hirohito h. Joseph Stalin.
Start of World War II and Early Years Terms and People blitzkrieg − lightning war Axis Powers − Germany, Italy, Japan, and other nations that fought.
WORLD WAR II REVIEW. Battles and Key Events German Invasion of Poland – Germany vs. Poland – Germany Wins using the Blitzkrieg…UK and France declare war.
WWII SSUSH19. Benito Mussolini was leader of which Axis Power? Italy.
Causes of WWII. Background – TOTALITARIANISM – Form of government in which the government controls every aspect of life – FASCISM – The importance of.
Chapter 34 Origins of World War II. 1 Italy: Invaded Ethiopia, 1935and aided fascists in the Spanish Civil War. In 1936 Spanish General Franco started.
World War II Major Events USII SOL 7 RECTOR. A quiz review… Germany invaded Poland, which set off the war in Europe. Germany and the Soviet Union signed.
Battles of World War II. Blitzkrieg (1939) German “lightening war” Called this because it was meant to be extremely fast but backed by extreme force with.
World War II. Europe Goes to War German troops occupy the Rhineland – Germany annexes Austria – Anschluss 3. Sudetenland (Czechoslovakia)
WWII- End of the War in North Africa and Europe. Drill: What does the cartoon tell you about Hitler’s plans after he fails to take Britain?
World War II US Foreign Policy (Post WW I) v Isolationism v Insecurity.
World War II : The World at War. Neutral United States 1920s-1930s U.S. practiced isolationism (kept out of international affairs) President Franklin.
Causes of World War 2 Treaty Of Versailles. Causes of World War 2 Rise of Totalitarian Dictators.
Begin $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 MilitaryLeaders War in Europe & Asia War in the Pacific War at Home ThisN’ThatCivilianLeaders.
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