5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- To be re-elected 3 times
- approved greater spendings for army and navy passed a peace time draft *had African-Americans have an Army Air Corps
- Women were nurses, in noncombat roles such as the Woman's Army Corps or were pilots that ferried bombers from base to base.
- People like Poles, Slavs, Gypsies, communists, and disabled people were targeted by Nazis.
- Prisoners were either killed in gas chambers Torture labor or used for medical expiraments.
- a President Roosevelt was the first president to do what?
- b How did women serve in the armed forces during WWII?
- c What happened to the prisoners of Nazi death camps?
- d What steps did the U.S. take to prepare for war?
- e What people were targeted by the Nazi's during the Holocaust?
5 Multiple choice questions
- wartime acts of cruelty and brutality that are judged to be beyond the accepted rules of war and human behaviors
- a warlike act by one country against another without a cause
- What was the goal of the D-Day invasion?
- a political system based on militarism, extreme nationalism, and blind loyalty to the state and its leader
- What circumstances allowed dictators to take power in some European countries?
5 True/False questions
Josef Stalin → an extreme nationalist, became a leader to the National Socialist, or Nazi Party
America stopped giving Japan steel, iron, and oil. → What prompted Japan to attack Pearl Harbor?
Hitler claimed that the Jews were the cause to the loss of WWI. The german people believed him because they all wanted somebody to blame for their losses and problems. → What did Hitler claim had caused Germany to lose WWI? Why did the German people believe him?
economic depression → the deliberate attempt to wipe out an entire nation or ethnic group
The Neutrality Act made it so the President couldn't sell arms, make loans, or give assistance to any nation at war. The goal was to keep the U.S. at peace. → What did the Neutrality Act of 1935 do? What was the its goal