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20th century- WW2 final vocabulary
Terms in this set (19)
Germany, Japan, Italy
United States, Britain, France, Russia
A form of government that completely controls the people's lives
A form of national policy that refrains from relations with other countries
The policy of intervening (getting involved) in affairs of another sovereign state.
A night where the Nazis attacked Jewish people and destroyed their property
Cash & Carry (Neutrality Act of 1939)
Banned US ships from carrying goods or passengers to belligerent ports but allowed US sales of munitions on a "cash-and carry" basis.
The program under which the United States of America supplied many of the allied nations with vast amounts of war material
an intense military campaign intended to bring about a swift victory
the code name for the American project set up in 1942 to develop an atom bomb
the day (August 15) in 1945 on which Japan ceased fighting in World War II, or the day (September 2) when Japan formally surrendered
the day (may 8) marking the allied victory in Europe in 1945
a Japanese aircraft loaded with explosives and making a deliberate suicidal crash on an enemy target.
travel from one island to another
making someone less mad by accepting their demands
extermination of the European Jews
One of the main concentration camps. Most people were sent here to die.
Little Boy & Fat man
Atomic Bombs that the US drop of Japan.
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