← World War II Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Invasion of Poland
- Operation Barbarossa
- a September 1, 1939. Started WWII as Great Britain and France stopped appeasement and declared war on Germany.
- b Practice of giving in to aggression in order to avoid war.
- c In Naziism, people of northen Euorpean descent who were said to possess racially superior traits and capacities for government, social organization, and civilization.
- d German Air force used in Blitzkrieg.
- e Codename for Nazi Germany's invasion of the Soviet Union during World War II -- led to USSR joining the Allies.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Propaganda that repeats a message so often that it has become annoying or tiresome.
- Propaganda that used of a well-known figure to support a position.
- Nazi paramilitary group that terrorized political opponents on the streets (Storm Troopers)
- Book writen by Hitler where he outlines his beliefs: Germans are a superior race, The Treaty of Versailles treated Germany unfairly and that a crowed Germany needed the lands of Eastern Europe and Russia.
- Germany, Italy and Japan during World War II.
5 True/False Questions
propaganda → Ideas spread to influence public opinion for or against a cause.
Vichy France → The French government in power before the Nazis defeated France. Anti-Nazi and located on London, England.
Neville Chamberlain → British Prime Minister prior to WWII who signed a peace treaty with Germany which promised "Peace in our time." Hitler did not honor the treaty, attacked Britain, and Winston Churchill replaced Chamberlain.
Non-aggression Pact → September 1938 British and French leaders allowed Hitler to annex part of Czechoslovakia in return for his promise to make no future demands.
Operation Sea Lion → Hitler's plan to invade Great Britain. Resulted in Battle of Britain and failed.