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5 Matching questions

  1. Atlantic Charter
  2. Anschluss
  3. Pearl Harbor
  4. Kurt Schuschnigg
  5. Manchurian Crisis
  1. a Churchill and FDR start formulating plan for allied victory, based on Wilsonian principles
  2. b -first attempted Austrian coup, Mussolini moved his army to the Austrian boarder
    -Hitler sends his army into Austria, Mussolini doesn't object, Germany and Austria united
  3. c -Japan, led by emperor Tojo, expands into Korea and moves in on Manchuria
    -China files complaint with League of Nations, League agrees that Japan was violating China's soverignty, Japan withdrew from the League
    -Japanese captured Manchuria and renamed it Manchuko, became an integral part of Japan, Japan went on to conquer the Pacific Rim
  4. d Japanese attack of American naval base in Hawaii, America declared war on Japan, Germany and Italy declared war on America, America entered war on two fronts
  5. e -Austrian prime minister, refused to be intimidated by Hitler, held plebiscite, forstalled by Hitler

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. German air forces
  2. Czechoslovakia, Poland, Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Netherlands, France
  3. Anti-Comintern Pact - between Germany and Japan, two countries had most to fear from Russian expansion, both politically opposed to Soviet union, joined by Italy
  4. -Chamberlain and Hitler meet, Hitler clearly willing to go to war for Czechoslovakia
    -Britain asks France to break alliance with Czechoslovakia
    - Czechs forced to give up Sudentenland
  5. -members of United Nations - Great Britain, U.S., France, Chia, and Soviet Union
    -largely powerless, Stalin sees NATO as subversion of UN

5 True/False questions

  1. Milosevicethnic Serb in Yugoslavia, preformed 'ethnic clensing', wanted to exterminate Muslims inside Serbia, arrested
    -Yugoslavia divided into seven new states based on nationalities

          

  2. German Soviet Nonagression Pact-Germany and Soviet Union promise to remain neutral if the other entered a war
    -secret deal - Germans would move on western Poland, Soviets move on eastern Poland, destruction of Poland

          

  3. Capture of Berlin-British began naval blockade of Germany
    -Luftwaffe attacked southern British airfields, switched targets to London, bombed every night for two months, extensive damage, 15,000 killed
    -united British against the Germans
    -RAF inflicted heavy losses on Luftewaffe, Spitfire and Hurricane fighter planes, newly developed radar system

          

  4. Perestroikaeconomic changes, inspired by Lenin's NEP, some capitalist reform

          

  5. Rhineland-territory within Czechoslovakia, had German majority of citizens, Nazis used propaganda to influence them
    -Nazis call for self determination in Sudentenland, Czechs refuse

          

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