After WWI, by what type of institution were international disputes suppose to be settled?
an international pact
When Japan proceeded to invade Manchuria,
disarmament policies were proven both unsuccessful and unrealistic.
In the 1930s, Britain and France tried to prevent war by following a policy of ____, giving in to some of Germany's demands.
The Soviet Unions state controlled economy was planned for in a block of this number of years under Josef Stalin.
This policy held by the European victors of WW I allowed Hitler to make small gains during the mid-to-late 1930s.
What was one result of the Manchurian Incident?
It greatly increased power of the Japanese army over the government.
Which was the real motive behind the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere?
Japan wanted the region's natural resources for its war against China.
The rise in military power in Japan was a direct result of
a failing economy and a growing lack of faith in democracy.
Why was the Rape of Nanjing significant?
Over 100,000 people were massacred.
It was a direct act of manipulation and terrorism.
The United States began to pay attention to Japan's growing influence in the Pacific.
Under Japan's Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere policy, they promoted it to other nations by stating what?
It would lead to liberation from European nations.
In Japan the lack of unity in its legislature led to the military assuming control during the early 1930s.
The military in the 1930s in Japan used this theme to erode support for the civilian government and increase support for them.
The Atlantic Charter stated that the United States and Britain would not
pursue territorial expansion.
In 1941, $7 billion in military supplies was appropriated to non-Axis countries by
the Lend-Lease Act.
The Pacific Charter was an agreement between the United States and Great Britain that neither country would pursue territorial expansion.
Which of the following led to Germany continuing to spread its military influence throughout Europe?
Which of the nations listed below was excluded at the Munich Conference despite being a significant topic?
When Germany invaded and took a piece of Poland, they didn't fear U.S. or European reactions because
the Munich Conference had gone peacefully and Germany's desires were met.
there had been no reaction when Germany had remilitarized.
Europeans powers continued to embrace a policy of appeasement in an effort to avoid war.
Even though the U.S. was not at war Roosevelt met with Great Britain to sign this secret pact that neither country would seek territorial gains after the war.