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Chapter 14 Study Guide

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Five Power Treaty (1922)
helped keep peace and prevent World War II
Nine Power Pact
promised that no countries will take land from China
Kellogg Briand Pact
made war illegal throughout several countries
Manchuria (China)
Railroads built in this Chinese Province, Japanese people killed by explosion of railroad. Blame was put on China but it was a false flag. League of Nations claims that Japan was actually the blame
Invasion of Ethiopia
when the League of Nations applied Fines on Italy for this event; Other nations refused to intervein
Francisco Franco
used 'double agents' to win war called the "5th column"; Leader of the Falange Party
Austria
Country where in the 1920's nazis formed and were forced into government cabinets in 1938
Czechoslovakia
demanded independence after annexation of Austria
Munich
Neville Chamberlain (great britain) Edouard Daladier (french) and Mussolini met with Hitler about Czech crisis
Also talked about Sudetenland Annexation
Gleiwitz
staged attack by germans to dress as Poles and 'invade' Germany so German troops could counter attack
Sietzkrieg
Phone war on war Front. "sitting war" where France and Britain waited around for Germany to fire first
Dunkirk
A successful evacuation of British and French troops from German
Charles DeGaulle
leader of the Evacuation of Dunkirk
Phillipe Petain
Dictator of Vichy France
Great Britain
Last free country in Europe durin WWII
blietzkrieg
"lightning war" , lightning war; quick and brutal attacks on troops tanks and airpower
Erwin Nowel
"The Desert Fox"
Italy
Opened 2nd front and relieved Pressure on Soviet Union
Atlantic Charter
meeting between Churchill & Roosevelt aboard warships near Newfoundland and expressed war aims of democracies
Neutrality Acts
United States decides to stay neutral and prohibited loans to belligerents and American visits to war zones
Loosened Neutrality acts
U.S decides to to allow sale of munitions on cash and carry basis
Lend-Lease Act
Allowed supplies sent to Great Britain on credit but only with approval of president
Final Solution
'The Final Solution for the Jewish Question' was the cover name for Hitler's plan to destroy all the Jews in Europe, It began in December 1941