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1 WWII Test Review

2 1. Based on the information in this chart, which situation gave rise to Nazi power in Germany?

3 A.success of the Weimar Republic. B.global prosperity and trade. C.political and economic instability. D.expansion of Germanys colonial empire.

4 1. Based on the information in this chart, which situation gave rise to Nazi power in Germany? A.success of the Weimar Republic. B.global prosperity and trade. C.political and economic instability. D.expansion of Germanys colonial empire.

5 2. The term militarism can best be defined as: A.Extreme loyalty to a nation or ethnic group. B.Avoidance of military involvement in war. C.Buildup of armaments in preparation for war. D.Control of territories for economic and political gain.

6 2. The term militarism can best be defined as: A.Extreme loyalty to a nation or ethnic group. B.Avoidance of military involvement in war. C.Buildup of armaments in preparation for war. D.Control of territories for economic and political gain.

7 3. Totalitarian countries are characterized by A.A multiparty system with several candidates for each office. B.Government control of everything, including newspapers, radio, and television. C.Free and open democratic elections. D.Government protection of civil rights.

8 3. Totalitarian countries are characterized by A.A multiparty system with several candidates for each office. B.Government control of everything, including newspapers, radio, and television. C.Free and open democratic elections. D.Government protection of civil rights.

9 4. Based on the information provided by the diagram, which statement is a valid conclusion about the 1930s?

10 A.The United States led international peacekeeping efforts. B. Aggression & expansion led to the start of World War II. C.The actions of Italy, Germany, and Japan united Europe. D.Economic and social upheaval led to the rise of democracy in Asia.

11 4. Based on the information provided by the diagram, which statement is a valid conclusion about the 1930s? A.The United States led international peacekeeping efforts. B. Aggression & expansion led to the start of World War II. C.The actions of Italy, Germany, and Japan united Europe. D.Economic and social upheaval led to the rise of democracy in Asia.

12 5. Germany and Russia Divide Poland (1939) The above headline might be used to illustrate the weakness of which of the following? A.United Nations. B.Warsaw Pact. C.Congress of Vienna. D.League of Nations.

13 5. Germany and Russia Divide Poland (1939) The above headline might be used to illustrate the weakness of which of the following? A.United Nations. B.Warsaw Pact. C.Truman Doctrine. D.League of Nations.

14 6. When World War II broke out in Europe, the U.S. maintained a policy of A.Interventionism. B.Isolationism. C.Communism. D.Totalitarianism.

15 6. When World War II broke out in Europe, the U.S. maintained a policy of A.Interventionism. B.Isolationism. C.Communism. D.Totalitarianism.

16 7. The policy of appeasement helped cause World War II because this policy A.Reduced the armaments of major European powers. B.Gave too much power to the League of Nations. C.Allowed the aggressive actions of Germany to go unchallenged. D.Increased sea trade between Britain and the U.S.

17 7. The policy of appeasement helped cause World War II because this policy A.Reduced the armaments of major European powers. B.Gave too much power to the League of Nations. C.Allowed the aggressive actions of Germany to go unchallenged. D.Increased sea trade between Britain and the U.S.

18 8. A major decision that was made at the Potsdam Conference was A.To make Italy pay heavy war reparations to the Allies. B.To divide Germany into 4 occupation zones. C.To form a League of Nations. D.To make the USSR pay heavy war reparations to Germany.

19 8. A major decision that was made at the Potsdam Conference was A.To make Italy pay heavy war reparations to the Allies. B.To divide Germany into 4 occupation zones. C.To form a League of Nations. D.To make the USSR pay heavy war reparations to Germany.

20 9. The codename for the building of the atomic bomb in the U.S was A.The Truman Project. B.The Bomb Project. C.The Manhattan Project. D.The Los Alamos Project.

21 9. The codename for the building of the atomic bomb in the U.S was A.The Truman Project. B.The Bomb Project. C.The Manhattan Project. D.The Los Alamos Project.

22 10. The Axis Powers during World War II were: A.Britain, France, and the U.S. B.Germany, Italy, and Japan. C.Germany, USSR, and Japan. D.Germany, France, and Belgium.

23 10. The Axis Powers during World War II were: A.Britain, France, and the U.S. B.Germany, Italy, and Japan. C.Germany, USSR, and Japan. D.Germany, France, and Belgium.

24 11. The U.S. president who made the decision to use the atomic bomb on Japan was A.FDR. B.Wilson. C.Truman. D.Stimson.

25 11. The U.S. president who made the decision to use the atomic bomb on Japan was A.FDR. B.Wilson. C.Truman. D.Stimson.

26 12. The Yalta Conference was attend by the Big Three: A.Chamberlain, FDR, and Stalin. B.Stalin, FDR, and Hitler. C.Truman, Churchill, and Stalin. D.FDR, Stalin, and Churchill.

27 12. The Yalta Conference was attend by the Big Three: A.Chamberlain, FDR, and Stalin. B.Stalin, FDR, and Hitler. C.Truman, Churchill, and Stalin. D.FDR, Stalin, and Churchill.

28 13. The event that started WWII was A.Germanys occupation of the Rhineland. B.Germanys invasion of the USSR. C.Germanys invasion of Poland. D.Germanys invasion of Belgium.

29 13. The event that started WWII was A.Germanys occupation of the Rhineland. B.Germanys invasion of the USSR. C.Germanys invasion of Poland. D.Germanys invasion of Belgium.

30 Seventy thousand people were killed instantly, and many more would die 60,000 by November and another 70,000 by Most of them would be victims of a new method of killing radiation... Ronald Takai The situation described in this passage was the direct result of which World War II event? A.Blitz of London. B.Attack on Pearl Harbor. C.D-Day invasion of Normandy. D.The bombing of Hiroshima.

31 Seventy thousand people were killed instantly, and many more would die 60,000 by November and another 70,000 by Most of them would be victims of a new method of killing radiation... Ronald Takai The situation described in this passage was the direct result of which World War II event? A.Blitz of London. B.Attack on Pearl Harbor. C.D-Day invasion of Normandy. D.The bombing of Hiroshima.

32 15. The purpose of the Lend Lease Act (1939) was to A.Allow the U.S. to give supplies to Germany. B.Allow the U.S. to trade with Japan during the war. C.Allow the U.S. to give Britain and France the supplies to fight Germany. D.Allow Britain and France to trade with Japan.

33 15. The purpose of the Lend Lease Act (1939) was to A.Allow the U.S. to give supplies to Germany. B.Allow the U.S. to trade with Japan during the war. C.Allow the U.S. to give Britain and France supplies to fight Germany. D.Allow Britain and France to trade with Japan.

34 16. Totalitarianism is defined as A.A political system where equality is stressed. B.A political system that emphasizes extreme nationalism. C.A political system in which everything is controlled by the state and the leader (dictator) holds total power. D.A democratic political system where people hold all of the power.

35 16. Totalitarianism is defined as A.A political system where equality is stressed. B.A political system that emphasizes extreme nationalism. C.A political system in which everything is controlled by the state and the leader (dictator) holds total power. D.A democratic political system where people hold all of the power.

36 17. The purpose of appeasement was to A.Give Britain and France time to plan their invasion of Germany. B.Allow Hitler to take some land in Europe in an effort to avoid war. C.Allow Germany the chance to give back the land it took in violation of the Treaty of Versailles. D.Allow the U.S. time to deal with the Great Depression before it could prepare for war.

37 17. The purpose of appeasement was to A.Give Britain and France time to plan their invasion of Germany. B.Allow Hitler to take some land in Europe in an effort to avoid war. C.Allow Germany the chance to give back the land it took in violation of the Treaty of Versailles. D.Allow the U.S. time to deal with the Great Depression before it could prepare for war.

38 Name that WWII leader

39 Name that leader… 1.Leader of Japan. 2.Leader of the Nazi Party. 3.Prime Minister of Britain who favored appeasement. 4.Leader who used the atomic bomb on Japan. 5.Communist leader.

40 6. Totalitarian dictator of the USSR. 7. Prime Minister of Britain during WWII who wanted to defeat Hitler with Allied help. 8. Leader who wanted revenge for the Treaty of Versailles.

41 9. Fascist leader. 10. President of the U.S. when war broke out. 11. Prime Minister of Britain who favored appeasement. 12. Chancellor of Germany.


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