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He led the Nazi Party in Germany and wrote the book Mein Kampf.
Who is Adolf Hitler?
He was called Il Duce and led a Fascist government in Italy.
Who is Benito Mussolini?
He used 5 Year Plans to industrialize the Soviet Union before killing millions in the Great Purge
What is Josef Stalin?
He was the Emperor of Japan during World War II.
Who is Hirohito?
He was the US President who authorized dropping the atomic bomb on Japan.
Who is Harry Truman?
He was the British Prime Minister who gave in to Adolf Hitler.
Who is Neville Chamberlain?
Appeasement is another way of saying you did this.
What is give in?
Most people in America were this ___, meaning they did not want to get involved in foreign affairs.
What is isolationist?
The Peace Agreement Hitler signed agreeing to stop conquering territory was called this.
What the Munich Agreement?
Appeasement and Hitler’s demands showed the weakness of this international organization.
What is the League of Nations?
The Japanese bombed this American naval base in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941.
What is Pearl Harbor?
This was the code name given to the Allied invasion of Nazi-controlled Europe.
What is D-Day?
WWII officially began when Germany invaded this Eastern European country.
What is Poland?
Despite signing a non- aggression pact, Germany turned and invaded this country.
What is the Soviet Union?
Radar and a code-breaking machine helped England defeat the Luftwaffe in this battle.
What is the Battle of Britain?
This international organization was created for world peace after WWII.
What was the United Nations?
This country was divided into 4 parts and occupied by England, France, the Soviet Union, and US.
What is Germany?
This was the nickname given to the symbolic division between East & West Europe.
What is the Iron Curtain?
This was America’s plan to give billions of dollars in aid to Europe’s democracies to rebuild.
What is the Marshall Plan?
Communist countries belonged to the Post-WWII military alliance.
What is the Warsaw Pact?
This was Hitler’s code name for the systematic killing of millions of Jews, Poles, and others.
What is the Final Solution?
Hitler believed that this ethnic group was the “master race” and should rule the Earth.
Who are Germans?
This group suffered through ethnic cleansing and a genocide in the Ottoman Empire during WWI.
Who are Armenians?
Artists, technicians, former government officials, monks, minorities, and other educated individuals were killed by this Cambodian leader.
Who is Pol Pot?
Germany had a history of this, which means prejudice against Jewish people.
What is anti- semitism?
Established and adopted by members of the United Nations, this provided a code of conduct for the treatment of people under the protection of their government. Post War Organizations
What is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?
World War II. In what years did World War II take place?
WWII in a nut shell. Economic and political Causes: WW II Aggression by Germany, Italy, Japan Nationalism Failures of Treaty of Versailles Weakness of.
WW 2 Jeopardy AP and US History. The Italian fascist leader.
World History II SOL Review Use these slides like flash cards to study for the SOL test WHII.11 – WHII.12.
Jeopardy Spanish Civil WarEurope Plunges Towards War American Involvement Grows Toward Victory The Holocaust Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100.
IMPORTANT LEADERS OF WORLD WAR II. ADOLF HITLER Dictator of Germany Dictator of Germany Member of the Axis Power Member of the Axis Power Leader of the.
World War II and the Holocaust Recap of Causes Hitler wanted to scrap the restrictions the Treaty of Versailles imposed on Germany The Allies.
A Time of Conflict World War II. The Great Depression had ruined economies. People wanted strong leaders to solve their problems. Dictators rose to power.
WORLD WAR II & THE DIVISION OF EUROPE. Adolf Hitler Elected in 1933 Led the National Socialist German Workers Party (NAZIS) THE RISE OF NAZISM Who to.
U. S. History. THE RISE OF DICTATORS Europe after World War I: Conditions: millions of deaths, destruction of cities and farms, economy in ruins Treaty.
World War II Goal 10. Nazis ( nat-zees) Nazi Rise to Power What do you know about the Treaty of Versailles? Young radical named Adolf Hitler joins.
World War II Introduction. Axis Leaders Adolf Hitler – German Nazi Leader Hideki Tojo- Prime Minister of Japan Benito Mussolini – Fascist Dictator.
World War II. 1. Europe and Asia Post-WWI Economic depression and social problems Deep feelings of nationalism Strong desire to expand & gain territory.
World War II ( ) McFarland. I. Causes of WWII: 1) Treaty of Versailles (1919) – ended WWI – forced Germany to take the blame starting WWI and.
The Rise of Totalitarianism and the Path to WWII.
Introduction to WWII Adapted from McIntyre at
WORLD WAR II A WORLD IN FLAMES. MAP OF EUROPE AXIS POWERS ORANGE ALLIED POWERS GREEN.
The Great Depression to World War II:
The Search for Peace ( ) A. The Legacy of the Great War 1.During WWI 8.5 million soldiers were killed. 2. The Treaty of Versailles in 1919 punished.
A World In Flames World War II. The Rise of Dictators After World War I it seemed as if Democracy was on the rise and that the peace would be long lasting.
Pre WWII Europe The Pacific WWII Leaders (1 st and.
World War II Unit 8. Hook: Causes of War How do you think the end of WWI led to WWII?
World War II was caused in part by the Versailles Treaty that ended World War I. Why? 1. The Germans were forced to pay a huge amount of money to France.
World War II I. Dictators Rise To Power A. Treaty of Versailles- created depression in Europe and resentment in Germany. Countries were economically.
World War IIWorld War II: The Road to War
From Versailles to Pearl Harbor: The Road to War and the US Response.
U.S. Foreign Policy and World War II Starts in Europe “When peace has been broken anywhere, the peace of all countries everywhere is in danger.”
The End of World War II and its Impact on World Affairs.
Chapter 24 A World In Flames Section 1 America and the World.
AKS 47: World War II Chapter 32 – Pages Early Challenges to World Peace Sept. 1931: Japan Invades Manchuria; Withdraws from League of Nations.
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