What treaty, which brought the war World War I to an end, left many nations dissatisfied?
Treaty of Versailles
What system of government stressed the glory of the state with little concern for the rights of individuals?
Who was the first new leader to emerge in Eurpoe (Italy)
Whose domination of all aspects of Soviet life made him one of the eras most notorious totalitarian dictators?
In what nation did military leaders use violence to gain control over the government?
The most significant science program of World War II to build an atomic bomb was code named:
The Manhattan Project
Working women of the war came to be represented by what symbolic figure?
Rosie the Riveter
This plan gave Mexican workers the chance to work temporarily in the U.S.
In June of 1942 the government (U.S.) created this agency to spread propaganda and information to promote the American cause in the Second World War through posters and films
Office Of War Information (OWI)
This Court located at Nuremberg, Germany put twenty-two Nazi's on trial for war crimes?
International Military Tribunal
By 1943 what was happening on the Eastern Front?
The German army was retreating all along the front
One of the cruelest episodes of World War II in which 10,300 men died in a sixty-five mile march?
Bataan Death March
How many cases of espinage involving Japanese Americans were discovered during the war?
What general was indisputably MacArthurs superior?
What American Admiral masterminded the greatest victory in the history of the U.S. Navy at Midway?
What was the German General Erwin Rommel's nickname?
The Desert Fox
The invasion of North Africa was known as?
The decision to fire bomb Tokyo was controversial. How many people dies there in a single night?
What was the invasion of Normandy code named?
On D-day what was the percentage of casualties expected on the beach?
Reporter Andy Rooney calls Eisenhower?
"the quintessential American"
Of what did the Allies take advantage?
America's industrial power
At what place did American and Soviet soldiers meet?
The U.S. "cold war" policy became the basic foreign policy of the U.S. until 1991 and said the U.S. must confront the Soviets when they try to expand their influence in the world?
This policy of the "cold war" was aimed at rebuilding European economies with U.S aid?
In 1953 George Marshall became the only professional soldier to win the?
Nobel Peace Prize
After his narrow victory in 1948 Truman put forward his own plan for the country known as?
The Fair Deal