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email@example.comWilliam Lord - Upper Cape Tech School 100 200 300 400 500 300 200 400 500 Leading to WWII On the Homefront The Holocaust Turning Points WWII Test Review Allies & Axis
Political Instability and the Rise of Fascism were: A. A. Two causes of WWII OR B. Two effects of WWII
What is: A. Two Causes of WWII
Political Instability and Economic Devastation was a CAUSE of WWII. This included: * Worldwide depression *High inflation *Massive unemployment *High war debt owed by who?
What is: Germany
A political philosophy in which total power is given to a dictator and individual freedoms are denied is called this.
What is: Fascism
The Rise of Fascism was another cause of WWII. Fascist dictators of WWII included: *Benito Mussolini *Hideki Tojo * ?
Who is: Adolf Hitler
The event that led to WWII was when Germany invaded what country?
Who/what is: Poland
Name the Allied countries of WWII:
Who are: United States Great Britain Soviet Union Canada
Name the leaders of each country listed: USA Great Britain Soviet Union
Who are: USA=Franklin D. Roosevelt and later Harry S. Truman Great Britain=Winston Churchill Soviet Union=Joseph Stalin
Name the countries that made up the Axis Powers of WWII:
Who are: Germany Italy Japan
Name the leaders of the Axis Powers: Germany Italy Japan
Who are: Germany=Adolf Hitler Italy=Benito Mussolini Japan=Hideki Tojo
How did the Soviet Union become our Ally in WWII?
What is: They were invaded by Germany/Hitler
Nylon panty hose to parachutes is an example of America moving from: A. A.War materials to consumer- producing country B. B.Consumer materials to war materials producing country
What is: America moving from a consumer-producing country to a war materials producing country
American involvement in WWII brought an end to what?
What is: The Great Depression
Although discrimination against African Americans continued during the war, the need for workers did do this.
What is: Break down racial barriers by hiring in defense plants.
Gradual Change in American Policy included: *Isolationism *Economic Aid to Allies * ?
What is: Direct Involvement
After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, America moved Japanese Americans to: A. A.Concentration Camps B. B.Internment Camps
What are: Internment Camps
The belief that blond, blue-eyed individuals are a master race is called this.
What is: Aryan Supremacy
A systematic attempt to rid Europe of all Jews is called this.
What is: The Holocaust
The discrimination or hatred of Jews is called this.
What is: Anti- Semitism
Jews and others were moved to: A. A.Internment Camps B. B.Concentration Camps
What is: Concentration Camps
Tactics used against Jews were: *Threats *Segregation *Imprisonment and killing of Jews * ?
What are: Boycotts
On what date did Japan attack Pearl Harbor without warning?
What is: Dec. 7, 1941
What was the turning point of the war in the Pacific?
What is: The Battle of Midway
What was the turning point of the war in Eastern Europe?
What is: Stalingrad
On what two cities did America drop two atomic bombs, ending WWII?
What are: Hiroshima and Nagasaki
The Lend-Lease Act enabled America to give old naval warships and war supplies to who in return for what?
Who is: Great Britain and Where is: Bermuda and the Caribbean
firstname.lastname@example.orgWilliam Lord - Upper Cape Tech School What event began the liberation of Western Europe? Name the date, place, and the event. ????
email@example.comWilliam Lord - Upper Cape Tech School What is: D-Day, Normandy France, June 6, 1944
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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7b: Major events and turning points of World War II Germany invaded Poland, setting off war in Europe. The Soviet Union also invaded Poland and the Baltic.
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Economic and political trouble in Europe lead to FASCISM.
World War II. Causes of World War II Political instability and economic devastation in Europe resulting from WWI – Worldwide depression – High war debt.
World War II. Payback Time The Germans were ordered to pay back a huge sum of money for WWI, what was this called? War reparations. What did Germany.
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