5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- The Executive Order 9066 temporarily imprisoned about 110,000 Japanese-Americans for the duration of the war.
- America stopped giving Japan steel, iron, and oil.
- Jews were banned from public schools They could not get a job or degree for medicine or law *Jews began to be rounded up and sent to labor camps
- NAACP and National Association of Colored Graduate Nurses.
- For the first time in history Allied judges tried to prominent Nazis for putting the world into war and for death camps that killed millions.
- a What was Executive Order 9066?
- b What happened for the first time in history in Nuremberg, Germany after the war?
- c What kind of units did African-Americans serve in?
- d What prompted Japan to attack Pearl Harbor?
- e What were the consequences of the anti-Semitic laws?
5 Multiple choice questions
- Inexperienced high-officer, used the atomic bomb on Japan. VP of Roosevelt
- Why were the American and Filipino forces unable to effectively defend the Philippines?
- What was the Nazi-Soviet Pact of 1939?
- What promise did MacArthur keep in the Pacific?
- What did Hitler do when the Soviets invaded Berlin?
5 True/False questions
Dwight D. Eisenhower → An American general that went to Morocco and Algeria
Mussolini was an ally to Hitler → Why was Mussolini's dismissal a blow to Hitler?
Made their own victory gardens Bought war bonds to help pay military costs *Americans issued ration coupons to purchase goods. → What 3 civilian efforts helped pay for the war and gave civilians a sense that they were helping?
Many American, British, and Canadian troops crossed the English Channel. → What was the goal of the D-Day invasion?
Prisoners were either killed in gas chambers Torture labor or used for medical expiraments. → What happened to the prisoners of Nazi death camps?