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What were Internment Camps?
Camps in the United States where Japanese Americans and others were held during WWII.
Who was Franklin Roosevelt?
President from 1933-1945. Led U.S. through Great Depression and most of WWII until he died in early 1945.
Who was Joseph Stalin?
Soviet Leader during WWII
Who was Adolf Hitler?
Leader of the Nazi Party in Germany from 1933-1945.
What was a Navajo Code Talker?
A Navajo individual who would use their native language to communicate in an unbreakable code during WWII
How far did Japan expand into the Pacific?
They attempted to take Midway from the U.S. but were defeated at the battle of Midway, so this was the farthest expansion of Japan into the Pacific.
Who was Hirohito?
Japanese coalition leader. Goal to expand Japanese Imperialism
What countries were the Axis Powers?
Japan, Germany, Italy
What was the name given to the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union?
What was the Bataan Death March?
Japanese soldiers forced captured American and Filipino forces to march 50 miles across the Philippines. Thousands died.
Who was Harry Truman?
The President of the United States at the end of WWII
What was Island Hopping?
The U.S. strategy of taking one island at a time to get directly to Japan.
What was the Tripartite Pact?
Joined Japan, Germany, and Italy together as the Axis powers.
Why did the U.S. enter WWII?
Pearl Harbor attack
What was the Manhattan Project?
The research and development of the atomic bomb.
What was the Women's Army Corps (WAC)?
An organization that allowed women to join the war effort during WWII.
What was the Doolittle Raid?
An air raid by the United States over Tokyo made as a response to the attack on Pearl Harbor
What was a Kamikaze?
A fighter pilot trained to commit suicide by flying bomb filled planes into American warships.
What was the Battle of Coral Sea?
A major naval battle in WWII. The battle was fought over New Guinea, and forced Japan to worry about the American fleet instead of expansion.
What was Executive Order 9066?
Presidential order that removed individuals who were potential threats to Internment Camps in the United States during WWII.
Background on World War II The U.S. entry into World War II.
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Chapter 26 World War II Review Flashcards
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1939Nazi-Soviet Pact signed; thus sealing Poland’s fate WWII officially begins; Invasion of Poland; alliances scramble to mobilize “Allied” countries of.
A Monumental War. American History Chapter 24-3 The War in the Pacific.
WWII Military Strategy. Allied Powers Great Britain Soviet Union France.
Japanese Victories -Pearl Harbor -Japan had many Victories in much of the Pacific Empire greater than Hitler’s -MacArthur retreats from the Philippines.
Review What was D-Day? Who was attacking who? Where was this taking place?
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