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1 This Presidential decision required Japanese Americans to be housed in interment camps during World War II Executive Order 9066

2 It was this event, on December 7 th, 1941, which drew the United States into World War II The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor

3 The axis powers included the following nations during World War II: Italy, Germany and Japan

4 He led the United States as president from Franklin Delano Roosevelt

5 This phrase, coined by F.D.R., reflects the US providing military supplies to Great Britain as the United States stayed out of the actual fighting. Arsenal of democracy

6 This was one of the largest US secret government projects during WW II which successfully developed the world’s first Atomic Bombs Manhattan Project

7 This US Supreme Court Case challenged the constitutionality of forcing Japanese-Americans to be placed in interment camps Korematsu v. United States 1944

8 This massive invasion of Western Europe by Allied forces took place on June 6 th 1944: D-Day

9 On August 9 th and 14 th the United States dropped atomic bombs on these two Japanese cities in order to accelerate the end of WW II: Hiroshima and Nagasaki

10 This was a cultural icon of the United States, representing the American women who worked in factories during World War II Rosie the Riveter

11 He led Great Britain through World War II Winston Churchill

12 This strategy was used by the United States against Japan as a series of shorter journeys between islands, as opposed to a single journey directly across the ocean to the destination. Island Hopping

13 He was the leader of the Soviet Union during World War II Joseph Stalin

14 This act permitted the US to help the Allies, who had run out of cash, by giving the president the right to “lend” US war equipment to them as needed Lend Lease Act

15 This term is the compulsory enlistment of people in some sort of national service, most often military service as was used by the United States during WW II as a draft conscription

16 This revision of the neutrality acts allowed the sale of material to belligerents, as long as the recipients arranged for the transport using their own ships and paid immediately in cash, assuming all risk in transportation. Cash and Carry

17 At the end of World War II war crime trials were held here in Germany against Nazi leaders: Nuremburg

18 This law provided a range of benefits for returning World War II veterans, also known as “The Servicemen’s Readjustment Act” G.I. Bill

19 These are debt securities issued by the US government for the purpose of financing military operations during World War II War Bonds

20 This is a form of totalitarian government, found in Europe during WW II, which included devotion to the state, a strong leader, and an emphasis on militarism Fascism

21 As World War II was ending, the United States decided to join this organization mainly because the United States recognized that efforts to achieve world peace required United States involvement United Nations

22 This Act and the Destroyers-for-Bases deal were adopted prior to World War II primarily because these actions would help Allied nations without the United States entering the war Lend-Lease

23 This president’s decision to use atomic bombs against Japan was primarily based on his belief that an invasion of Japan would result in excessive casualties Harry Truman

24 The US passed this legislation as an expression of its desire to stay out of WW II and avoid the events that led to WW I: Neutrality Acts

25 The rulings of the Supreme Court in Dred Scott v. Sanford (1857), Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), and this court case, all demonstrated that the Supreme Court has sometimes failed to protect the rights of minorities Korematsu v. United States (1944)

26 What two major fronts did the United States and the Allied forces have to prosecute World War II? Europe and the Pacific

27 World War I and World War II brought about changes for minorities and women because these conflicts led to the creation of new ___ opportunities job

28 After World War II, this plan was proposed as a way to help European nations rebuild and recover economically Marshall Plan

29 President Harry Truman supported this policy after World War II in an attempt to reduce the influence of the Soviet Union in European countries and stop the spread of Communism Containment Policy

30 During World War II the government ordered this as a way to conserve raw materials for the war effort Rationing

31 Which series of events leading to World War II is in the correct chronological order? 1) Neutrality Acts → Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor → Lend-Lease Act → United States declaration of war on Japan 2) Lend-Lease Act → Neutrality Acts → United States declaration of war on Japan → Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor 3) United States declaration of war on Japan → Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor → Lend-Lease Act → Neutrality Acts 4) Neutrality Acts → Lend-Lease Act → Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor → United States declaration of war on Japan Neutrality Acts → Lend-Lease Act → Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor → United States declaration of war on Japan


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