5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Flip Side
- a the nations which fought against the United States of America and the other allied nations
- b a new jazz form introduced by black musicians in the early 1940's Popularized by performers such as Dizzy Gillispie , this style of music had more complex rhythms than swing and developed separately from swing
- c An exclamation of approval especially when referring to someone of the opposite sex
- d this term for the other side of a record was first coined in the 1940's
- e good,cool,hip,etc.
5 Multiple choice questions
- after the attack on Pearl Harbor,fear of an other attack on the mainland led to the formation of the office of Civil Defense. By 1934' nine million civilian volunteers were serving as spotters scanning the skies for enemy aircraft' and as air-raid wardens checking to see that all houses were blacked out when air-raid sirens sounded . Coastal cities were dark at night . Fear of attack by submarines or planes led city leaders to order building lights turned off.
- a mischievous goblin who supposedly caused military equipment to malfunction
- an attractive girl
- drinking soda pop that only cost a dime at that time
- short for the office of strategic services, a for runner of the C.I.A.
5 True/False questions
cats → short for civilian defense, a volunteer organization of air raid wardens, ham radio poerators and the like.
Cut A Rug → An athletic often acrobatic dance with "breakaways." Make the jitterbug song and dance as unrestrained as possible.The jitterbug was only a c-r-a-z-y dance with leaps and jumps and tossing partners about, was also wildly popular during WWII.
C.D. → Means Government Issue ,but the initials also stand for enlisted personnel G.I."Joe."
Eight To The Bar → An athletic often acrobatic dance with "breakaways." Make the jitterbug song and dance as unrestrained as possible.The jitterbug was only a c-r-a-z-y dance with leaps and jumps and tossing partners about, was also wildly popular during WWII.
Messin' around → carried away by music