5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Neutrality Acts
- Adolf Hitler
- a totalitarian dictator of Germany, head of the Nazi Party. Fascist leader.
- 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.
- 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.
- d a limited portion or allowance of food or goods; limitation of use
- e the name for the forced relocation and confinement of Japanese-Americans to concentration camps
5 Multiple choice questions
- The code name for the beginning plans of D-day and the invasion of France's coast
- 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.
- 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."
- strategy of Allies in WWII of capturing some Japanese-held islands and going around others
- totalitarian dictator of the Soviet Union
5 True/False questions
Nazism → Stressed nationalism and placed the interests of the state above those of the individuals.
The Atlantic Charter → A declaration of the right to freedom of trade
Axis Powers → in World War II, the nations of Germany, Italy, and Japan, which had formed an alliance in 1936.
Allies → Stressed nationalism and placed the interests of the state above those of the individuals.
Women's Auxiliary Army Corps → WAAC: May 15, 1942 women volunteers could serve in noncombatant positions; nurses, ambulance drivers, radio operators, electricians