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World War II Test Review
What was the day that marked the end of the war in Europe called? V-E Day
What was used by the Nazis to rid imprison groups of people they considered "undesirable" Concentration camps
What was the This was the method used to decrease the use of scarce essential wartime goods? Rationing
What was the Invasion of Normandy called? D-Day
What was the bombing of Tokyo and other cities after attack on Pearl Harbor called? Doolittle Raid
What was it called when American & Filipino soldiers were forced to forced to retreat, march, starved and slaughtered? Bataan Death March
Which battle was the Turning point of the war, where the U.S. stopped a Japanese surprise attack and the U.S. now uses island hopping strategy? Battle of Midway
Which political ideology is when the state has complete power over all aspects of life? Totalitarianism
What is the policy of taking action and being proactively involved? Interventionism
What is the policy of staying separate from the affair or interests of other countries? Isolationism
Why did the federal government use rationing? To provide more sources for the military
Why were Japanese Americans placed in internment camps? Anti-Japanese prejudice and fear after the attack on Pearl Harbor
People helped pay for the war by buying… War bonds
During World War II, many women experienced a change because they… Worked in jobs formerly held by men
During World War II, posters of Rosie the Riveter were used to… Recruit women to work for wartime industries
When forced to abandon the Philippines, _____ made the vow, “I shall return.” Douglass MacArthur
Truman’s aim in deciding to drop the atomic bomb was to ______. End the war and save American lives
Shortly after entering World War II, the U.S. began the Manhattan Project to... Work on the development of an atomic bomb
President Harry Truman justified using atomic bombs on Japan on the grounds that.. Early ending of the war would save many lives
In 1944, Congress enacted the GI Bill of Rights in order to… Provide economic aid to veterans
WWII SSUSH19. Benito Mussolini was leader of which Axis Power? Italy.
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.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
USII.7abc Review. Instability after World War I: World wide depression High inflation Germany’s high war debt Massive unemployment.
What to do: You need a writing utensil. CHECK YOURSELF- Things that should have been turned in: ◦ 4 pictures from Home front (Friday) ◦ Questions from.
What were Internment Camps? Camps in the United States where Japanese Americans and others were held during WWII.
U.S. II 7 a, b, c World War II Images Obtained from Google Images 2006.
Ch. 25 Review Game. Who established the Third Reich? a. Nazis b. Spanish fascists c. Communists d. members of the Japanese military A.
World War II Test Review Answers. 1. Why were Japanese Americans Held in internment camps during WWII?
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U.S. History Chapter 17 George Marshall Developed the Europe First strategy because Hitler was more of a threat than the Japanese. Pushed for the formation.
How did the US treat Japanese- Americans after Pearl Harbor? What was Japan’s policy regarding surrender?
World War II, Part 6: Ending the War in the Pacific and Aftermath Goal 10.
1st West then East through the “Underbelly” to the Beast.
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D-Day Showed individuals are responsible for their actions, even in wartime Good Neighbor Policy Sold to help pay for war; kept inflation down Allied Powers.
SOL Review: US History WWII.
War in the Pacific The Atomic Bomb Pgs Pearl Harbor After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Japanese troops landed in the Philippines. Four months.
Goal 10 US History Review. Content: WWII caused the rise of Authoritarian regimes Germany Japan and Italy Germany invaded Europe and Africa.
How did the U.S. impact the war?. Fighting a two-front war After the attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese, the United States was faced with fighting.
Douglas MacArthur He was the U.S. Army commander of the Philippines When the Japanese invaded in 1941, he was ordered to retreat and leave behind.
Review What was D-Day? Who was attacking who? Where was this taking place?
WORLD WAR II SOLs USII.6A-C.
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.
America in World War II. The Shock of War Americans unified after Pearl Harbor Americans unified after Pearl Harbor Unfortunately, 110,000 Japanese- Americans.
War broke out in Europe in 1939 as Germany who had been hard by the Depression invaded Poland Countries who were friends with Poland jumped in to.
War in the Pacific Section 4.
Objective Identify Military, Political, and Diplomatic Turning Points of WWII and determine their significance to the outcome and aftermath of the.
Ch. 14-2: Dimensions of the War Arsenal of Democracy- U.S. was to be the chief supplier of war goods for the Allies Women replaced men in the factories.
DO NOW: Compare and contrast WWII to the Fergison event. Agenda Analyze Data Review Study Guide/CLOZE Partner Project Test.
WWII REVIEW. CAUSES OF WWII TREATY OF VERSAILLES – France-Germany not punished harsh enough – Italy-felt ignored in treaty – Germany-Humiliated Democratic.
This Presidential decision required Japanese Americans to be housed in interment camps during World War II Executive Order 9066.
U.S. Prepares for War -”Cash and Carry “ policy begins -Axis Powers formed -_________________ begins draft process -Roosevelt seeks ________ term -_________.
War in the Pacific Objective: analyze the events that occurred in the Pacific and how Japan was defeated.
Objective: Describe major turning points of the war, and key strategic decisions made at the end the war.
WWII – What you need to know
World War II Battles in Europe. D-Day – June 6, 1944 The force consisted of 3 million British, American, and Canadian troops.
WWII in the Pacific SLIDES.
War in the Pacific Japanese conquests American Strategy The Atom Bomb.
Economic and political trouble in Europe lead to FASCISM.
War in the Pacific World War II ( ) Chapter 27, Section 3.
World War II APUSH Part II.
Vocab: 1. Douglas MacArthur 2. Bataan Death March 3. Island Hopping Guiding Questions: 1. What successes were the Japanese able to accomplish early on?
World War II Vocabulary. ADOLF HITLER Chancellor of Germany. Came to power in 1933 after feeding off of the fears and anger of German citizens.
WWII Part 2 False Facts Identify the 3 TRUE facts on each slide and write them down. Identify the 2 FALSE facts on each slide, change them to make them.
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