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WWII Review PeoplePoliciesGovernment 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 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. Focus: Why will some people turn to dictators instead of democracy?
World War II Goal 10. Nazis ( nat-zees) Nazi Rise to Power What do you know about the Treaty of Versailles? Young radical named Adolf Hitler joins.
Chapters 16 & 17. what do you Know about WWII?what do you Want to know?
WORLD WAR II Review Chapters 23/24. REVIEW A FEW THINGS: READ, THINK, & REMEMBER!!
World War II ( ) McFarland. I. Causes of WWII: 1) Treaty of Versailles (1919) – ended WWI – forced Germany to take the blame starting WWI and.
War in the Pacific Pearl Harbor: December 7, 1941 Japan attacked US Naval Base Pearl Harbor because: US was boycotting Japanese goods because.
World War II Rise of Dictatorships Holocaust Beginning of WWII Home Front Preparations Atlantic Front & Pacific Front Peace Talks.
WORLD WAR II Chapters World War II: Prelude to Pearl Harbor, Main Idea: As dictatorships rose in Asia and Europe, the U.S.
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.
Essential Question: – What role did the United States play in fighting in Europe during World War II? Monday 10/22/12.
World War II By Chris Anderson. Italy’s Early Military Attempts 1935: Benito Mussolini wanted to test his powers 1935: Benito Mussolini wanted to test.
AKS 47: World War II Chapter 32 – Pages Early Challenges to World Peace Sept. 1931: Japan Invades Manchuria; Withdraws from League of Nations.
Unit 10: World War II and the Cold War
The Great Depression to World War II:
World War IIWorld War II: The Road to War
World War II Begins… SEPTEMBER 3, 1939 The USSR attacks Poland from the east. Germany attacks Poland from the west Germany uses blitzkrieg tactics…
World War II and the Holocaust Recap of Causes Hitler wanted to scrap the restrictions the Treaty of Versailles imposed on Germany The Allies.
Diplomacy and World War II Hoover’s Foreign Policy “Isolationist” in nature. “Isolationist” in nature. Saw peace conferences and treaties as.
Diplomacy and World War II, During World War II, American foreign policy changed from disengagement to neutrality and finally to total involvement.
World War II, Paths to War 1930s, totalitarian regimes in Europe & Asia began aggressive territorial expansion; nothing stopped the acts of aggression.
World War II Unresolved Business. Rise of Totalitarian Regimes Definition Examples.
Test #7 Lecture Notes VUS Axis Powers 1.) Italy Mussolini and the Fascist Party 2.) Germany Hitler and the Nazi Party 3.) Japan Emperor Tojo and.
US ENTERS WWII. EARLY US INVOLVEMENT Neutrality Act of 1939FDR allowed British & French to buy US war supplies Used cash & carry principle (pay cash for.
The Search for Peace ( ) A. The Legacy of the Great War 1.During WWI 8.5 million soldiers were killed. 2. The Treaty of Versailles in 1919 punished.
Pre WWII Europe The Pacific WWII Leaders (1 st and.
1 World War II. 2 THE RISE OF TOTALITARIANISM The 1930s were hard times. Many people were willing to give up rights to leaders who promised them a better.
Chapter 26 World War II. Section 1 The Rise of Dictators.
Chapter 8: World War II and the Early Cold War Standard USHC-7:The student will demonstrate an understanding of the impact of World War II on the United.
From Versailles to Pearl Harbor: The Road to War and the US Response.
Standard SSWH18 The student will demonstrate an understanding of the global political, economic, and social impact of World War II. a. Describe the major.
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