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8 th grade WWII
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Row 1, Col 1 What does Blitzkreig mean? Lightning war
1,2 What was the Manhattan Project? A plan for developing a nuclear bomb.
1,3 Who were the Axis Powers? Italy, Germany, Japan
1,4 Who were the Allied Powers? Great Britain, U.S., France
2,1 A form of government that is built on extreme nationalism is called….. Facism
2,2 Strategy used by Douglas MacArthur in the Pacific. Island hopping
2,3 What was the reason for the Nuremberg trials? To show that people (Hitler’s commanders) are responsible for their actions.
2,4 What event caused the U.S. to get involved in the war? The attack on Pearl Harbor
3,1 What two cities were bombed in Japan? Nagasaki and Hiroshima
3,2 Which country had a strong economy and military at the end of the war? The U.S.
3,3 What and where was D-Day? The invasion at Normandy, France by Great Britain, U.S., and Canada
3,4 Who signed the Non-aggression Pact and why? Russia and Germany. They agreed not to attack each other and to split up Poland.
4,1 What event started WWII? Germany invading Poland
4,2 Who was Benito Mussolini? A leader/dictator of Italy
4,3 Who were the WASPS and WACS WASPS were women pilots who flew planes for the U.S. and WACS were women nurses/clerks
5,1 Camps used by the U.S. in response to Pearl Harbor What were interment camps.
5,2 Who was Joseph Stalin? Communist leader/dictator of the Soviet Union
5,3 Who was Dwight Eisenhower? Commanded U.S. troops in Africa and Europe
5,4 Who was Douglas MacArthur? He was the Allied commander in the Pacific (Philippines and Australia)
People of World War II. Adolph Hitler Leader of the Nazi party, elected Chancellor of Germany in 1933 and proclaimed himself Fuhrer leader.
LeadersTypes of government Alliances/ strategy War in Europe War in the Pacific Other information
Begin $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 MilitaryLeaders War in Europe & Asia War in the Pacific War at Home ThisN’ThatCivilianLeaders.
WWII JEOPARDY Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy HOMEFRONT EUROPEPACIFIC WILD CARD People.
World War II: Part One Describe Germany’s aggression in Europe and Japanese aggression in Asia. Identify Roosevelt, Stalin, Churchill, Hirohito, Truman,
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
This Is…. JEOPARDY LeadersWWIICauses of WWII HiroshimaMisc
World War II 1. Dictators are leaders who control their nations by force. 2. Benito Mussolini was the fascist leader of Italy. Fascism.
The Good War WWII Leaders He was the Fascist Dictator of Italy.
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.
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.
OWI (Office of War Information) A way for US citizens to help conserve food for the soldiers Socialist leader of Italy. Was hanged upside-down. Nuremburg.
Chapter 26 World War II Review Flashcards TO STUDY FOR YOUR TEST.
World War II Causes of WWII Rise of dictators in Europe (1920’s/30’s) Rise of dictators in Europe (1920’s/30’s) –Benito Mussolini (Italy) –Joseph.
World War II History Frame March Title of Event: WORLD WAR II 3 Key Events: Problem(s) that set event in motion: Who was involved? Where: When:
THIS IS With Host... Your Leaders of the Dark Side. European Theater? What’s playing? Where is the Love? Don’t miss the turn!
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 Bell Ringer Based on what you know, why might Germany be the source of aggression that started Based on what you know, why might.
I have Neville Chamberlain. Who has the Prime Minister of Great Britain during most of World War II? I have Winston Churchill. Who has the president of.
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.
WWII SSUSH19. Benito Mussolini was leader of which Axis Power? Italy.
WWII REVIEW GAME. 1) $5 What 3 countries formed the Axis powers?
Sides & Leaders PacificRandom 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50.
Hosted by Mr. Martin potpourri
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.
World War II Military Action & Diplomacy. AXIS POWERS & LEADERS Adolf Hitler Germany Benito Mussolini Italy EmperorHirohitoGeneralTojo Japan.
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World War II Vlowe, Before the war Great Depression hurt all countries of Europe Hitler became the leader and promised to make Germany strong again.
World War II Participants. I. Axis Powers A. Germany B. Italy C. Japan.
Allied Leaders WWII. Directions: 0 Allied Leaders of WWII - Foldable 0 Step 6: Title – Allied leaders of WWII (small one inch fold) 0 Step 7: On the other.
Key Events of WWII A Quick Review of the Big Picture.
World War II Test Review Answers. 1. Why were Japanese Americans Held in internment camps during WWII?
Important People of World War II. Allies Axis United States Soviet Union (USSR) Great Britain Italy – Fascists Germany – Nazis Japan – Military The Teams.
Final Jeopardy Question Events Leading to War. War in Europe 100 The Cold War Leaders of WWII Geography of WWII
When Neutrality Act: Neutrality Act: 1935 and and 1937 Lend-Lease Act: Lend-Lease Act: March 11, 1941 March 11, 1941 Start of WWII in Europe:
World War 2! brainpop. Germany had lost World War I. Like the United States, Germany’s economy in the 1930’s was also suffering through a great economic.
WORLD WAR II REVIEW. 1. It changed the minds of many Americans who didn’t want to go to war.
© One Stop Teacher Shop. If the pink gorilla eats watermelon every night, how much watermelons does he eat? Dictator – a leader who gains complete control.
U.S. II 7 a, b, c World War II Images Obtained from Google Images 2006.
Say Cause or Effect for World War II Nationalistic dictators gain control in Europe and Japan Cause.
© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved German Conquests German Affairs Famous Peeps War Personals War: Europe War: Pacific $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final.
© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved Causes Of WWII The War In Europe & Asia U.S. involvement Allied Battles Allied Victories The Holocaus t $100 $200.
Was the dropping of the atomic bomb on Japan right or wrong? Justify your answer.
World War One Ends The Great Depression Begins ( Nazi) National Socialist German Worker’s Party begins. Hitler is appointed Chancellor of Germany.
Winston Churchill Prime Minister of Great Britain during WWII. Famous for his V for victory sign and his inspiring speeches. Although some people did not.
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