Axis Powers/ Leaders
Military alliance formed between Germany (____________-leader's last name) and Italy (____________-leader's last name), and later Japan (____________-leader's last name)
Allied Powers/ Leaders
________________ (country) (Franklin D. Roosevelt), ________________ (country) (Churchill), ________________ (country) (Chamberlain), and ________________ (country) (Stalin)
attempts by the Department of Justice to arrest and deport left-wing _____________, especially anarchists from the United States
Taft Hartley Act
law that weakened unions. Federal law allowed for the _______________ to monitor the activities and powers of the labor unions.
Mexican farm and railroad workers who came to the United States during ___________ (major world event) as a result of a U.S./Mexico agreement
While the US was at war with ________, the government rounded up all the Japanese Americans and moved them to detention centers away from the ________
Cold War Alliances
NATO was a military alliance formed between the US and Western European nations to combat the spread of _____________. ___________ was formed between the Soviet Union and other Eastern European nations in response to NATO.
Conference at the end of WWII that resulted in the division of ___________ into four occupied zones.
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg
Husband and wife that were convicted of providing _________________ (country) with atomic-energy secrets during WWII.
Gulf of ________Incident
an attack on US ships, which led to direct involvement of the US in the Vietnam War.
Huge assault/ attack launched by the North Vietnamese against important South Vietnamese targets
War _________ Act
reaffirmed Congress' constitutional power to declare war; set a 60-day limit on President's authority to commit US troops to serve in a foreign conflict
Johnson's domestic plan that focused on poverty, Civil Rights, education, and healthcare
Organization of Petroleum ___________ (OPEC)
Alliance formed in 1960 by major oil producing countries to maintain high prices by controlling the production and sale of oil.
practical foreign policy advocated by ___________ (president's last name). The country should follow what is best for it regardless of human rights abuses.
Strategic _____________________ Talks (SALT)
Talks between U.S. president Nixon and Soviet leader Brezhnev that led to a treaty limiting the number of ICBM missiles each country could have