5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Hitler went in a bunker under the city and killed himself.
- The Neutrality Act made it so the President couldn't sell arms, make loans, or give assistance to any nation at war. The goal was to keep the U.S. at peace.
- Women were nurses, in noncombat roles such as the Woman's Army Corps or were pilots that ferried bombers from base to base.
- Germany was now open on the east and west, and also running low on men.
- a How did women serve in the armed forces during WWII?
- b What was the significance of the Battle of Bulge?
- c the act of setting limits on the amount of scarce goods people can buy.
- d What did Hitler do when the Soviets invaded Berlin?
- e What did the Neutrality Act of 1935 do? What was the its goal
5 Multiple choice questions
- a nation in which a single party controls the government and every aspect of people's lives
- What was V-E Day?
- In 1929 he was a sole dictator of the Soviet Union and made the Soviet Union a totalitarian state
- What was the Bataan Death March?
- What happened for the first time in history in Nuremberg, Germany after the war?
5 True/False questions
Japan would not give up, and would rather die than give up. → What convinced American war planners that a full-scale invasion of Japan was necessary?
island hopping → American forces would capture some Japanese-held islands and go around others
Hitler betrayed Stalin, and so Stalin worked with Britain to bring down Germany. → Who did Hitler betray on June 22, 1941? What was the result?
Britain,France, the Soviet Union, U.S., and China. → Who led the Allied powers?
America stopped giving Japan steel, iron, and oil. → Why was Mussolini's dismissal a blow to Hitler?