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How did the Great Depression eventually change Germany politically?
Germans eventually believed that Hitler would solve their economic problems.
What actions did Japan take in an attempt to recover from the Great Depression?
Japan seized control of resources in other nations.
What impact did the appeasement policy of the United States, Britain, and France have on German aggression?
It encouraged further aggression.
The Neutrality Act of 1939 allowed nations at war to buy arms and other supplies from the United States so long as those nations what?
Paid cash and transported the materials themselves.
Interventionists claimed that the United States could avoid war if it what?
Sent aid to Britain.
What piece of U.S. legislation was perceived as being equivalent to declaring economic war against the Axis powers?
the Lend-Lease Act (1941).
What goal did President Roosevelt hope to achieve when he enacted the embargo on Japanese naval and aviation supplies in 1940?
to stop Japanese expansion.
What role did the Office of War Mobilization (OWM) play during the war?
It supervised use of industry resources.
Where does the Bataan Peninsula lie in relation to Manila
Italy and Japan were dissatisfied with the peace settlements provided in the Treaty of Versailles because both countries expected more...
territory in exchange for their sacrifices during World War I.
Which political party rose to power in Germany during the 1930s?
the Nazi Party.
What was one of the major ways Mussolini maintained his power in Italy?
outlawing political parties.
The League of Nations did not prevent German and Italian aggression against other nations because it...
had no standing army and no real power to enforce its decrees.
Why did the United States initially follow a policy of appeasement toward Germany?
The United States wanted to focus on its own economic troubles.
Roosevelt delivered his "Four Freedoms" speech to Congress in January 1941 to...
increase economic support for Britain.
How did Roosevelt's response to German aggression toward Britain differ from his response to Japanese aggression in toward China?
He condemned both acts of aggression but provided support to Britain.
What did interventionists believe?
Interventionists believed that providing Britain with aid would keep the United States out of war.
Who appeared to be winning the war by the end of 1940?
Germany and Italy.
How did support for hte Allies change following Roosevelt's reelection in 1940?
Support increased; Congress approved the Lend-Lease Act.
Why did the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941?
The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor because they wanted to destroy ships and planes that could potentially thwart their expansion efforts.
Which ships survived the attack on Pearl Harbor?
How did the attack on Pearl Harbor change the political divisions between the isolationists and the interventionists?
The attack ended political divisions between interventionists and isolationists; it was a definitive indicator that we could not avoid war any longer.
After declaring war, the United States government...
transformed peacetime industries to wartime industries.
After the United States declared war, the nation's economic situation...
Who was the founder of the fascist party?
How did America take a step toward war in 1941?
Congress approved the Lend-Lease Act
What event led to the House and Senate voting to declare war?
The attack on Pearl Harbor ended any divisions between isolationists and interventionists
Which of the following statements is true regarding the actions taken after the attack on Pearl Harbor?
All of the above
How did Adolf Hitler explain the problems facing Germany in his book "Mein Kampf"?
He blamed the problems on Jewish people and the great threat they caused Germany.
Between 1941 and 1942, how did the size of the United States Navy change?
It doubled in size.
How did interventionists feel about Axis aggression?
Axis aggressions were wrong and threatened American interests (democracy).
What is totalitarianism?
A theory of government in which one person or party controls all aspects of life.
Who was the dictator who wanted to unite all Germanic people into one state?
What was the Atlantic Charter?
A document signed by Churchill and Roosevelt signed during a covert meeting on a boat off the coast of Newfoundland in August 1941. It endorsed national self-determination and an international system of "general security". Its signing signaled the deepening alliance between the U.S. and Britain.
What does blitzkrieg mean?
Who was the British leader who said that Nazi aggression threatened all democracies?
What was Anschluss?
Germany's peaceful union with Austria.
What document formally created the alliance between Germany, Italy, and Japan?
The Tripartite Act.
What was the WAC, and what did it do?
The Women's Auxiliary Corps provided clerical workers, truck drivers, instructors, and lab technicians for the United States Army. More than 150,000 women volunteered for the service.
Which general staged the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor?
Who was the commander of the United States Army forces in Asia?
What board oversaw the conversion of peacetime industry to wartime industry?
The War Production Board, or WPB.
Which statement represents the viewpoint of the interventionists?
Axis aggression were wrong and threatened American interests
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