President of the United States for four terms, died during forth term, right before war ended
Became the prime minster of Britain in 1940, a few months into World War Two.
Füther of Nazi Germany, appointed chanclor of Germany in 1933
The chief of staff of Japans Army, later becomes Japan's prime minister in 1941.
Dictator of Communist Russia, took power in 1924
Fasist leader of Italy, came to power in 1922
A book writen by Hitler which was a compination of autobiography and his political ideals.
A series of acts passed by Congress that limited the U.S.'s ability to either sides in the beginning of WWII
Charles de Gaulle
A French General and leader of the French Free Forces during WWII
The two days when Nazi troops attacked Jewish homes, businesses and synoguoges, also know as "Night of the Broken Glass."
Germany, Italy and Japan
Britain, The Soviet Union, France (until taken over), U.S.
The joint declaration of war aims signed by the U.S. and England on the Battleship the U.S.S. Augusta.
The U.S. Navel Base in Hawaii bombed by the Japanese, drawing the U.S. into WWII
Selective Service Act
An act first passed before the U.S. entered the war which required 16 million men between 16 and 35 to sign up for the draft. It was later expanded when the U.S. entered the war.
Japanese Americans who's parents were born in Japan but they themselves were born here.
People who were born in Japan but immigrated to the U.S.
The day of German's unconditional surrender, stands for Vicorty in Europe
American physicist who was the scientific director of the Manhatten Project.
An intense scienctifc project that devolped the atom bomb for the U.S. Worked on by some of the time's greatest scientists.
The Japanese city where the atom bomb was first used. Most structures colapesed and more than 200,000 died.
City hit by an atom bomb after the Japanese refused to surrender following Hiroshima. Half of city leveled and more than 200,000 died as a result of related injeries.
A muteal defense treaty signed by Germany, Italy and Japan. Created the Axis powers
A conference between Stalin, Churchill and FDR where they dicussed the fate of Germany and the post World War Europe.
A world peace keeping organization thought off by FDR. One of the products of the Yalta conference.
A pact between German and the Soviet Union Agreeing not to go to war together.
Battle of Britain
An ongoing arieal battle between the British and German airforces.
Battle of Stalingrad
A battle over Russian city Stalingrad between Germany and the Soviets.
Battle of Midway
Japanese attack U.S. island of Midway. U.S. fends off Japan and Japan sufferes heavy losses.
A pact of mutal defense signed by Germany, Italy and Japan
Army chief of staff during world war two.
The day the Allies invaded Normandy, France.
The President of the U.S. following the death of FDR. Gave order to drop atomic bomb.
Executive Order 9066
Order given by FDR to allow government to designate areas in which certain people, (Japanese Americans), could be excluded.
Universe of obligation
The order in which you put your obligations to the people and world around you.
A state in which the Government attempts so control all aspects of society.
A form of extreme nationalism where the interests of the state are put above indivual needs.
A formal treaty or pact between to or more countries who share similar goals and aims.
The predujce and extermination of Europeon Jews by Germany.
The attempeded extermination of a practicler group of people.
Imprisonment, Interment camps in the U.S. were used to detain Japanese Americans.
The act of a government setting fixed amounts of certain goods that are in shortage.
The Japanese strategy of crashing bomb-laden planes into Allied ships/
A form of Japanese ritual suicide preformed of many Japanese soldiers, especially officers, following defeat.
Giving up one's principles to pacify an aggressor.
The increase of prices and/ or the decrease of the spending power of money
Opposed to political and economic entanglements with other countries.
The policy of not supporting either side of a conflict.
Biased or exaggerated information or images usually premoting a certain cause or idea.
Someone who is present during an event but does not take part in the incedent.
Excessvie regulations or formalities.