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5 Matching questions

  1. Hiroshima
  2. Neutrality Acts
  3. Internment
  4. Adolf Hitler
  5. Rationing
  1. a totalitarian dictator of Germany, head of the Nazi Party. Fascist leader.
  2. b No American could legally sail on a belligerent ship, or sell or transport munitions to a belligerent nation, or make loans to a belligerent. This displayed that America was not willing to go to war and desired to remain neutral and isolationist.
  3. c City in Japan, the first to be destroyed by an atomic bomb, on August 6, 1945. The bombing hastened the end of World War II.
  4. d a limited portion or allowance of food or goods; limitation of use
  5. e the name for the forced relocation and confinement of Japanese-Americans to concentration camps

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The code name for the beginning plans of D-day and the invasion of France's coast
  2. were series of trials in 1945 conducted by an International Military Tribunal in which former Nazi leaders were charged with crimes against peace, crimes against humanity, and war crimes.
  3. Approve by Congress in March 1941; The act allowed America to sell, lend or lease arms or other supplies to nations considered "vital to the defense of the United States."
  4. strategy of Allies in WWII of capturing some Japanese-held islands and going around others
  5. totalitarian dictator of the Soviet Union

5 True/False questions

  1. NazismStressed nationalism and placed the interests of the state above those of the individuals.

          

  2. The Atlantic CharterA declaration of the right to freedom of trade

          

  3. Axis Powersin World War II, the nations of Germany, Italy, and Japan, which had formed an alliance in 1936.

          

  4. AlliesStressed nationalism and placed the interests of the state above those of the individuals.

          

  5. Women's Auxiliary Army CorpsWAAC: May 15, 1942 women volunteers could serve in noncombatant positions; nurses, ambulance drivers, radio operators, electricians