nation in which a single party controls the government and every aspect of people's lives
Italian Prime Minister who turned the country into the world's first fascist state
a political system based on militarism, extreme nationalism, and blind loyalty to the state and its leader
an agreement in which Britain and France agreed to let the German leader occupy the Sudetenland, a portion of Czechoslovakia populated largely by German-speaking people. In return, Hitler promised that he would seek no further territory.
Neutrality Act of 1935
this law forbade the President of the United States from selling arms, making loans, or giving any other kind of assistance to any nation involved in war
Good Neighbor Policy
U.S. foreign policy that attempted to strengthen U.S. ties with Latin America by saying that the U.S. no longer had the right to intervene in Latin American affairs
a non-aggression agreement made between Hitler and Stalin in which Germany and the Soviet Union agreed not to attack each other and agreed to divide up Poland
a law that allowed the U.S. to lend or lease supplies to Britain and other nations fighting the Nazis
an agreement made between Roosevelt and Churchill in August 1941, in which they agreed that the U.S. and Britain would seek no territorial gain from the war and emphasized the right of all people to choose their own government. In this agreement, they also called for the creation of a United Nations to replace the weak League of Nations.
an American strategy in which American forces would capture some Japanese-held islands and go around others