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Unit 11 Vocabulary Texas in the Great Depression and World War II
Allied Powers (Allies)
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Organize Your Notes Key Events of World War II Key Terms:
04/28/2014 First- Find your WW 2 note pages in the front of the room Next- Grab the review page from the front of the room.
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Unit 11: Texas in the Great Depression and World War II Section Three Notes: World War II.
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WWII YOUR name USII.7abc 11/14/ Sides 2. America’s Gradual Changes 3. 2 Causes 4. America on the Homefront 5. The Holocaust 6. War in the Pacific.
Theodore Roosevelt “Teddy” or TR What is their name Picture Nickname ex. Teddy or FDR Dates served as president Domestic policy if they had one. Ex. The.
Most of the world was suffering from the great depression, many countries were struggling to rebuild economies. This frustration led citizens to question.
Jeopardy Key People Key Events Home-front Tragedy The end of it all Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Europe 1939 How did post-World War I Europe set the stage for World War II? Causes of World War II Political instability and economic devastation.
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