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a strategy used in WWII that called for attacking key islands and then using them to leapfrog to other islands
Type of government with a one-party totalitarian state in which the leader uses terror and violence to control and unit the country
These Americans were targeted after the attack on Pearl Harbor - they were seen as a threat and placed in internment camps.
This word describes the United States' stand on war at the beginning of WWII because we wanted to stay away from all the fighting
By taking this island in the Pacific, the US had a landing base closer to Japan and did not have to rely on aircraft carriers.
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