5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- island hopping
- Charles De Gaulle
- Franklin D. Roosevelt
- a French general and statesman who became very popular during World War II as the leader of the Free French forces in exile (1890-1970)
- b President of the US during Great Depression and World War II
- c An artistic movement that sought to capture a momentary feel, or impression, of the piece they were drawing
the official emblem of the Nazi Party and the Third Reich; a cross with the arms bent at right angles in a clockwise direction
- e the American navy attacked islands held by the Japanese in the Pacific Ocean. The capture of each successive island from the Japanese brought the American navy closer to an invasion of Japan.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 1939-Secret agreement between German leader Hitler and Soviet Leader Stalin not to attack one another and to divide Poland
- 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.
- the great depression in the U.S. and much of europe, the league of nations being formed, the french and british selling out the czechs at munich, no one aiding ethiopia when italy invaded, and the german invasion of poland.
- Russian leader who succeeded Lenin as head of the Communist Party and created a totalitarian state by purging all opposition (1879-1953)
- the prolonged bombardment of British cities by the German Luftwaffe during World War II and the aerial combat that accompanied it
5 True/False Questions
Vincent van Gogh → prison camps used under the rule of Hitler in Nazi Germany. Conditions were inhuman, and prisoners, mostly Jewish people, were generally starved or worked to death, or killed immediately.
Vichy government of France → Govt. of France after German occupation at the beginning of WWII.
Allied Powers → French impressionist painter (1840-1926)
Collectivization of farms → prison camps used under the rule of Hitler in Nazi Germany. Conditions were inhuman, and prisoners, mostly Jewish people, were generally starved or worked to death, or killed immediately.
1945 → Pearl Harbor Bombing; the U.S.A. joins in WWII