The Lend-Lease Act
was a policy allowing the U.S. to provide arms to certain foreign countries.
many new democracies were established in Europe, but later became dictatorships.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
was the Supreme Commander of the U.S. Forces in Europe.
were subjected to internment during the war.
decided to drop the atomic bomb to save American lives and end the war.
"I shall return"
Douglas MacArthur vowed that, __________ when his troops were forced to abandon the Philippines.
was the day Germany surrendered.
The invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe
was code named D-Day.
The Battle of the Bulge
was the last German offensive.
led the 3rd Army into Paris to liberate it from German occupation.
During the Battle of Britain,
Germany bombed Britain for 2 months.
The actions of Japan
finally got the U.S. to enter the war.
Following the policy of appeasement,
France and Britain submitted to Hitler's demands.
Who transformed the Soviet Union from a rural nation to an industrial power.
is the extermination of specific group of people.
The Jewish people
suffered 6 million deaths during the Holocaust.
opposed the Munich Pact.
France and Britain
went with a policy of appeasement toward Germany before the war began.
is the surprising and overwhelming force of aggression.