5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- To overcome the German opposition in France
- An outlining of America's goals for a postwar world
- Jews were banned from public schools They could not get a job or degree for medicine or law *Jews began to be rounded up and sent to labor camps
- Germany, Italy, and Japan.
- Made their own victory gardens Bought war bonds to help pay military costs *Americans issued ration coupons to purchase goods.
- a What was the Atlantic Charter?
- b What were the consequences of the anti-Semitic laws?
- c What 3 civilian efforts helped pay for the war and gave civilians a sense that they were helping?
- d Who led the Axis powers?
- e What was the goal of the D-Day invasion?
5 Multiple choice questions
- wartime acts of cruelty and brutality that are judged to be beyond the accepted rules of war and human behaviors
- How were the beliefs of the militarists in Japan like Hitler's Nazis?
- an extreme nationalist, became a leader to the National Socialist, or Nazi Party
- How did women serve in the armed forces during WWII?
- a warlike act by one country against another without a cause
5 True/False questions
Benito Mussolini → In 1929 he was a sole dictator of the Soviet Union and made the Soviet Union a totalitarian state
Victory in Europe. The day Germany surrendered. → Why was Mussolini's dismissal a blow to Hitler?
Racism → a political system based on militarism, extreme nationalism, and blind loyalty to the state and its leader
fascism → the deliberate attempt to wipe out an entire nation or ethnic group
Germany was now open on the east and west, and also running low on men. → What was the significance of the Battle of Bulge?