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Chapter 18 Voc.
Essential Questions What occurred on December 7, 1941? Describe the Lend Lease Program of the U.S. during WWII. What were the reasons Georgia had so many military bases put there during WWII?
Ch. 18 Voc. List (Blue Book) Benito Mussolini Fascism Adolf Hitler Nazi Party Hideko Tojo Axis Powers Allied Powers Lend-Lease Act Pearl Harbor D-Day Concentration Camps Holocaust Island Hopping Atomic Bomb Little Boy Fat Man B-29 Liberty Ships
Benito Mussolini Prime minister of Italy in 1922
Fascism Belief that government should control everything in society
Adolf Hitler Leader of Germany in 1933
Nazi Party Fascist political organization of Germany
Hideko Tojo Japanese Prime Minister
Axis Powers Germany, Italy and Japan
Allied Powers Great Britain, France, Russia and United States
Lend-Lease Act Gave FDR the power to lend or lease military goods to any country important to U.S.
Pearl Harbor Japanese bombers destroyed U.S. Navy at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Dec. 7, 1941 This got the U.S. to join WWII
D-Day Allied forces stormed Normandy Beach in France to take France back from Germany. June 6, 1944
Concentration Camps Hitler’s plan to imprison Jews, homosexuals, gypsies and people with physical abnormalties or mental conditions in concentration camps and kill them 6 million Jews killed in concentration camps
Holocaust A great destruction that results in extensive loss of lives
Island Hopping U.S. strategy to take one island at a time until they reached Japan
Atomic Bomb August 6, 1945, Enola Gay dropped atomic bomb (Little Boy) on Hiroshima
Little Boy Atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima during WWII.
Fat Man Atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki during WWII
B-29 Airplane built in Marietta, Georgia during WWII Provided 1000’s of new jobs
Liberty Ships War ships built in Brunswick and Savannah during WWII Provided 1000’s of new jobs.