Kellogg-Briand Peace Pact
This pact was signed by 62 nations that promised not to use war as an answer to their problems.
In 1931, Japan invaded this area of China.
This man was the leader of Italy during World War 2.
This man was the leader of Germany during World War 2.
This man was the leader of the US during World War 2.
This man was the leader of Great Britain for most of World War 2.
This man was the leader of the Soviet Union during World War 2.
Good Neighbor Policy
This was the policy of the US to attempt to ease tensions with Latin Americans countries.
Hitler was interested in attacking this area of Czechoslovakia.
This document signed by Adolf Hitler and Neville Chamberlain gave the Sudetenland of Czechoslovakia to Germany because Hitler agreed to stop his aggression. This is an example of appeasement legislation.
This document signed by Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin split Poland in half. Russia and Germany agreed not to fight one another.
This was the night in Nazi Germany when gangs destroyed Jewish homes, synagogues, and businesses.
These laws passed in Nazi Germany took away all political rights from the Jews.
The deliberate and systematic killing of a group of people is known as:
World War 2 began when Germany attacked this nation.
This is the type of warfare that Germany used against the nations of Europe. The literal translation is "lightening warfare".
Germany, Italy, Japan
These nations made up the Axis Powers in World War 2.
Great Britain, France, Russia, USA
These nations made up the Allied Powers in World War 2.
This allied nation to the west of Germany was attacked and under Nazi control in two months.
Battle of Britain
Great Britain fought against the Nazis in the summer of 1940. This battle was won by the R.A.F. through the invention of radar.
Battle of Stalingrad
this was the turning point in World War 2 on the eastern front in Europe. This is the battle where the Russians finally turned the Germans back.
Rosie the Riveter
This is the name of the character that represented women working in factories during World War 2.
Korematsu vs. US
This was the court case where a Japanese man challenged the decision to put Japanese citizens into concentration camps in the US during World War 2.
This American general was in charge of the Atlantic(European) theater of war during World War 2.
This American general was in charge of the Pacific theater of war during World War 2.
Attack on Pearl Harbor
The US was brought into World War 2 because of this event.
The massive allied invasion of France on the beaches of Normandy France is known as.....
Battle of Midway
This battle marked the turning point in the Pacific of the Americans. In this battle, Hawaii was protected and the Japanese offensive was halted.
Okinawa, Iwo Jima
These two battles in the Pacific let the US know that an invasion of mainland Japan would be a horrible bloodbath. There were many Kamikaze pilots at these battles. These were the last two battles before the US dropped the atomic bombs on Japan.
This was the method developed by the US to only attack major islands of the Pacific in order to quickly be in a position to bomb and invade the Japanese homeland.
Battle of the Bulge
This was the last offensive push by the Germans in Europe.
The research done to develop an atomic bomb was called this..............
The man in charge of the Manhattan Project was.......
Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Two atomic bombs were dropped on two different Japanese cities. What are these cities?
This president had to make the horrible decision to drop the atomic weapons on Japan.
This group of people were put into camps in the US, against their will, during World War 2.
This was the Nazi General in North Africa during World War 2.
These trials were held for Nazi officers after the war was over.......