WWII Vocab

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Joseph Stalin 15.4
"Soviet leader (...) moved toward a more controlling government." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 458.
Totalitarianism 15.4
"In this political system, the government controls every part of citizens' lives." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 458.
Fascism 15.4
"A strong government led by one person." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 459.
Benito Mussolini 15.4
"A strong leader in former journalist soldier." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 459.
Adolf Hitler 15.4
"War veteran and politician." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 459.
Nazis 15.4
"National Socialist Party." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 459.
Axis Powers 15.4
"Germany and Italy formed a military alliance." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 460.
Good Neighbor Policy 15.4
"Economic aid to Latin American countries." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 458.
Blackshirt 15.4
"Mussolini's followers (...) after the color of their uniforms." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 4589
Kristallnacht 15.4
"Nazis went on a rampage (...) "Night of Broken Glass" injured hundreds or more." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 460
Neutrality Acts 15.4
"The first act prohibited the U.S government from shipping arms to the nations at war. Later neutrality acts extended the ban to include groups involved in civil wars." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 461
Winston Churchill 16.1
"British politician (...)" According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 471.
Allied Powers 16.1
"Britain and France - known as the (...) declared war against Germany." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 471.
Appeasement 16.1
"Giving in to an aggressor to keep peace." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 471.
Nonaggression Pact 16.1
"Agree not to attack one another". According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 471.
Munich Conference 16.1
"In September 1938, France and Great Britain gave the Sudetenland to Germany." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 471.
Blitzkrieg 16.1
"Concentrated airplanes and tanks in strategic areas to break through enemy lines." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 471.
Battle of Britain 16.1
"The German air force began to attack RAF airfield and aircraft." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 472.
Lend-Lease Act 16.1
"This law allowed the president to loan $7 billion dollars worth of weapons and supplies to Britain." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 472.
Battle of the Atlantic 16.1
"A long fight to control the ocean trade routes (...)" According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 473.
Atlantic Charter 16.1
"Agree to work for peace after the war ended." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 471.
Maginot Line 16.1
"French troops gathered their troops behind the (...) a fortified line of defenses along its border with Germany." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 471.
Interment 16.2
"Under this system, the government forcibly relocated and imprisoned Japanese Americans." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 479.
Baceros 16.2
"To meet the labor shortage in the Southwest, the federal government allowed Mexican workers called (...) to under the United States beginning in 1942." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 478.
A. Philip Randolph 16.2
"Many African Americans migrated from the South to cities in the North to join the industrial labor force. Once there, they often received less pay than white workers in similar jobs. To protest this kind of treatment, African labor leader (...) planned a march on Washington, D.C. When President Roosevelt issued an executive order forbidding racial discrimination in the defense of industries, Randolph agreed to cancel the march." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 478.
Selective Training and Service Act 16.2
"(...) which started the first peacetime draft in U.S history. At first, only men between the ages of 21 and 35 had to register. Later, men aged 18 to 45 were included." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 475.
Fair Employment Practices Committee 16.2
"Prevent discrimination in war industries and governemtn jobs". According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 478.
Battle of El Alamein 16.3
"A master of welfare and surprise attacks, Rommel (...). By the summer of 1942, he seemed ready to take Egypt. However, a shortage of troops and supplies slowed Rommel's offensive. In November, British forces under General Bernard Montgomery stopped Rommel's advances in the Battle of El Alamein." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 481.
Battle of Stalingrad 16.3
"After their initial invasion in June 1941, Axis forces had advanced deep into the Soviet Union. In September 1942 a German army entered the city of Stalingrad and began fighting for the city. The main battle, the Battle of Stalingrad, was a fierce struggle." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 482.
Battle of the Bulge 16.3
"On December 16 some 25 division of the German army attacked (...) They almost broke Allied lines." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 485.
D-Day 16.3
"on the morning of June 6, 1944, (...) Allied soldiers finally landed in Normandy". According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 482.
Erwin Rommel 16.3
"A master of warfare and surprise attacks (...) gained the nickname Desert Fox." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 481.
Dwight D. Eisenhower 16.3
"U.S. general (...) was a master of organization and planning." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 481
Omar Bradley 16.3
"U.S. general (...) led the breakout from the beaches and into occupied France". According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 484
George Patton 16.3
"Broke through the German lines in July." (u.s.) According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 484.
Kamikaze 16.4
"Planes found their targets off the island of Okinawa. They caused heavy damage to the Allied ships and killed nearly 5,000 sailors."
Hideki Tojo 16.4
"Under General (...) Japan continued it's policy of expansion" According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 484.
Douglas MacArthur 16.4
"General (...) made a stand against Japanese invasion." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 484.
Island Hopping 16.4
"The Allies planned to conquer one Pacific island after another, landing only on the most important islands." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 489.
Bataan Death March 16.4
"The Japanese treated the prisoners harshly during their 65-mile forced march up the peninsula." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 484.
Chester Nimitz 16.4
"Commander of the U.S. Navy in the Pacific had an important, top-secret advantage against the Japanese." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 484.
Battle of Coral Sea 16.4
"U.S. planes sank one Japanese carrier and damaged." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 487.
Battle of Midway 16.4
"Took place between June 3 and 6, was a battle of carrier-based airplanes. Japanese and U.S warplanes fought in the air, trying to sink each other's aircraft carriers." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 488
Battle of Leyte Gulf 16.4
"The Japanese navy gathered to block the Allied invasion force in October 1944. (...) The largest Naval battle in history." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 484.
Atomic bomb 16.5
"A weapon that produced great destructive power by splitting atoms." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 493.
Genocide 16.5
The deliberate mass killing of things ex: hitler and the jews in concentration camps
Harry S. Truman 16.5
"On April 12, President Roosevelt had died of a stroke. Vice President (...) took over as the new president." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 493.
Holocaust 16.5
"The attempt by Hitler and The Nazis to murder the Jews of Europe." According to the textbook "Call to Freedom" on page 495.
Manhattan Project 16.5
"This huge effort to develop an atomic bomb employed more than 600,000 people. According to the textbook" Call to Freedom" on page 493.