5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Countries that Hitler conquered....
- motion pictures('silent films')
- Collectivization of farms
- Axis Powers
- a Germany, Italy, and Japan
- b a series of filmed images projected on a screen so rapidly the illusion of motion is created.
- c Poland, Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, France, Norway, Yugoslavia, Greece, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Bylorussia, Ukraine, Crimea (if you count portions of the Soviet Union as the separate states that Germany treated them as) Allied to Germany but under her control were, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Finland. Also you must count Austria and Czechoslovakia
- d a form of socialism that abolishes private ownership; political theory favoring collectivism in a classless society
- e combining small farms into large, factory-like farms run by the government.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the secret state police in Nazi Germany; known for its terrorist methods
- led the Allied invasion of North African and planned and executed the D-Day invasion at Normandy and the Battle of the Bulge
- The one European communist country able to resist Russian exploitation and control
- "Der Fuhrer"; German Nazi dictator during World War II (1889-1945); Leader of the Nazi Party and the Third Reich; He led Europe into World War II
- crash in U.S. in 1929 !!!!CORRECT!!!
5 True/False Questions
Nazi-Soviet Nonaggression Pact → 1939-Secret agreement between German leader Hitler and Soviet Leader Stalin not to attack one another and to divide Poland
Luftwaffe → The one European communist country able to resist Russian exploitation and control
Benito Mussolini → An artistic movement that sought to capture a momentary feel, or impression, of the piece they were drawing
Rhineland → a picturesque region of Germany around the Rhine river; name of the territory in which Hitler sent troops into in defiance of the Versailles treaty in 1935.
Winston Churchill → British statesman and leader (prime minister) during World War II; received Nobel Prize for literature in 1953 (1874-1965)