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US History- World War 1
Allied Powers
Central Powers
Trench Warfare
Machine guns
Great Britain, Russia, Serbia, France
Germany, Ottoman Empire, Austria Hungray, Bulgaria
WWI strategy of defending your territory from deep ditches
shoots in rapid succession, changing how wars are fought
Allied Powers
Great Britain, Russia, Serbia, France
Central Powers
Germany, Ottoman Empire, Austria Hungray, Bulgaria
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World War 1- US History
What's an alliance?
Who was Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
Who were the Allies?
Who were the Central Powers?
A formal agreement between two or more nations or powers to c…
Heir to the Austria-Hungarian throne who was assassinated in…
Great Britain, France, and Russia; later joined by the U.S
Germany, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire
What's an alliance?
A formal agreement between two or more nations or powers to c…
Who was Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
Heir to the Austria-Hungarian throne who was assassinated in…
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World War 1- US History
What's an alliance?
Who was Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
Who were the Allies?
Who were the Central Powers?
A formal agreement between two or more nations or powers to c…
Heir to the Austria-Hungarian throne who was assassinated in…
Great Britain, France, and Russia; later joined by the U.S
Germany, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire
What's an alliance?
A formal agreement between two or more nations or powers to c…
Who was Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
Heir to the Austria-Hungarian throne who was assassinated in…
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US History World War II
George Marshall
WAAC
Manhattan project
War Production Board-(WPB)
Army Chief of Staff who suggested using women for noncombat m…
the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps created by Congress for mili…
secret development of the atomic bomb led by J. Robert Oppenh…
government agency that decided which companies would make ... w…
George Marshall
Army Chief of Staff who suggested using women for noncombat m…
WAAC
the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps created by Congress for mili…
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World War II (US History)
Munich Conference
Isolationism
Axis Powers
German invasion of Poland
France and Great Britain gave Germany control over Sudetenland
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
Germany, Italy, and Japan
1939, this event caused France and Great Britain to declare w…
Munich Conference
France and Great Britain gave Germany control over Sudetenland
Isolationism
A national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
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US History- World War 1
Allied Powers
Central Powers
Trench Warfare
Machine guns
Great Britain, Russia, Serbia, France
Germany, Ottoman Empire, Austria Hungray, Bulgaria
WWI strategy of defending your territory from deep ditches
shoots in rapid succession, changing how wars are fought
Allied Powers
Great Britain, Russia, Serbia, France
Central Powers
Germany, Ottoman Empire, Austria Hungray, Bulgaria
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US History: World War One
nationalism
militarism
Allies
Central Powers
A patriotic feeling marked by a feeling of superiority over o…
the belief the government or people of a country should maint…
Good guys of WWI (England, France, Russia)
the alliance of Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey
nationalism
A patriotic feeling marked by a feeling of superiority over o…
militarism
the belief the government or people of a country should maint…
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US History: World War Two
Joseph Stalin
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
fascism
leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until 1953; wor…
He seized total power as dictator and ruled Italy as Il Duce…
leader of the Nazi Party; almost completely responsible for W…
a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power…
Joseph Stalin
leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until 1953; wor…
Benito Mussolini
He seized total power as dictator and ruled Italy as Il Duce…
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US History - World War I
Militarism
Alliance
Nationalism
Allied Powers
Political orientation of a people or a government to maintain…
Formal agreement establishing an association between nations…
A sense of unity binding the people of a state together; devo…
During World War I, the association of Great Britain, France,…
Militarism
Political orientation of a people or a government to maintain…
Alliance
Formal agreement establishing an association between nations…
World War I - US History
Nationalism
Militarism
Brinkmanship
No man's land
When the nation becomes the primary recipient of political lo…
Believing warfare is a solution to all problems.
Going to the edge of war over every disagreement.
In WWI, the unoccupied region between opposing armies.
Nationalism
When the nation becomes the primary recipient of political lo…
Militarism
Believing warfare is a solution to all problems.
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US History- World War 1
Allied Powers
Central Powers
Trench Warfare
Machine guns
Great Britain, Russia, Serbia, France
Germany, Ottoman Empire, Austria Hungray, Bulgaria
strategy of defending your territory from deep ditches separa…
shoots in rapid succession, changing how wars are fought
Allied Powers
Great Britain, Russia, Serbia, France
Central Powers
Germany, Ottoman Empire, Austria Hungray, Bulgaria
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US History Honors World War I
Desertion and mutiny
Committee on Public Information
Harriot Stanton Blatch
the best nation would win any internat…
reasons why Germany surrendered
responsible for promoting support of WWI
wrote "Mobilizing Women Power" to encourage women to support…
Social Darwinism
Desertion and mutiny
reasons why Germany surrendered
Committee on Public Information
responsible for promoting support of WWI
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US History: The World Wars
Yalta Conference
Potsdam Conference
Battle of Normandy
Executive order 9066
- FDR, Winston Churchill and Stalin met at this conference du…
- divide and conquer ... - divide Germany into 3 zones to inform…
- Allied fores invaded Normandy,France to regain power in the…
- signed by FDR ... - the law that put Japanese and Japanese Ame…
Yalta Conference
- FDR, Winston Churchill and Stalin met at this conference du…
Potsdam Conference
- divide and conquer ... - divide Germany into 3 zones to inform…
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US History- World War II
Causes of Hitler's rise to power
Fascism
Totalitarianism **
Appeasement
Treaty of Versailles made Germany pay war reparations, take b…
Promotes a strong Central government headed by a powerful dic…
A government that controls all aspects of its citizens lives.
giving up on principles to pacify an aggressor
Causes of Hitler's rise to power
Treaty of Versailles made Germany pay war reparations, take b…
Fascism
Promotes a strong Central government headed by a powerful dic…
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US History: World War I
Nationalism
Militarism
Imperialism
Kaiser Wilhem II
- Pride in one's nation
- Use of militarism force as a normal tool to accomplish goals
- A policy of extending your rule over foreign countries
- The German emperor during the war
Nationalism
- Pride in one's nation
Militarism
- Use of militarism force as a normal tool to accomplish goals
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US HISTORY: World War I
Imperialism
Militarism
Nationalism
Alliance System
A long-term cause of World War I; involved a contest for colo…
A long-term cause of World War I; involved the development of…
A long-term cause of World War I; A devotion to the interest'…
the two major defense alliances in Europe
Imperialism
A long-term cause of World War I; involved a contest for colo…
Militarism
A long-term cause of World War I; involved the development of…
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US History - World War I
Herbert Hoover
Marne
Dough Boys
Liberty Bonds
This person headed the Food Administration and eventually wil…
At this early battle the Germans were stopped just north of P…
Name given by the press for US troops in Europe.
In order to invest in the war effort you would buy these.
Herbert Hoover
This person headed the Food Administration and eventually wil…
Marne
At this early battle the Germans were stopped just north of P…
US History - World War 2
Joseph Stalin
Winston Churchill
Benito Mussolini
Neville Chamberlain
Succeeded V.I. Lenin, and sent many people to die in Siberia.…
British Prime Minister (after Neville) meet with FDR and Stal…
Becomes Italy's dictator (1925), and begins a political movem…
Britian's Prime Minister, met with Hitler (1938), agree that…
Joseph Stalin
Succeeded V.I. Lenin, and sent many people to die in Siberia.…
Winston Churchill
British Prime Minister (after Neville) meet with FDR and Stal…
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US History- World War I
Militarism
Alliances
Allied Powers
Central Powers
Policy of building up armed forces in an aggressive way to pr…
Partnership
Britain France Russia and the US
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria and Ottoman Empire
Militarism
Policy of building up armed forces in an aggressive way to pr…
Alliances
Partnership
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US History: World War Two
Joseph Stalin
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
fascism
leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until 1953; wor…
He seized total power as dictator and ruled Italy as Il Duce…
leader of the Nazi Party; almost completely responsible for W…
a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power…
Joseph Stalin
leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until 1953; wor…
Benito Mussolini
He seized total power as dictator and ruled Italy as Il Duce…
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World War I US History
General Strike
Nicholas II
U-Boats
Red Scare
Anti-labor protest that incorporates all the laborers in a pa…
Last Czar of Russia
German submarines
Nationwide panic that communism would spread to the US
General Strike
Anti-labor protest that incorporates all the laborers in a pa…
Nicholas II
Last Czar of Russia
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US History... World War I
Failure of Schliefen Plan saved France…
Wilson's foreign policy
Spark that propelled Europe toward war
Triple Alliance
Miracle on the Marne
Moral diplomacy
Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy
Failure of Schliefen Plan saved France…
Miracle on the Marne
Wilson's foreign policy
Moral diplomacy
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US History Test #7 World War II
Consequences of Truman's decision to u…
On the home front, the United States i…
The Battle of Midway demonstrated the…
From 1942 to 1945, the United States w…
...
...
...
...
Consequences of Truman's decision to u…
...
On the home front, the United States i…
...
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US History Vocab: World War II
1939-1945
The rise of dictators and aggression
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
Beginning with Nazi Germany's invasion of Poland and ending w…
Due to the terms of the Treaty of Versailles which ended Worl…
Fascist ruler of Italy from 1925 until his death near the end…
Leader of the Nazi Party and dictator of Germany. Started Wor…
1939-1945
Beginning with Nazi Germany's invasion of Poland and ending w…
The rise of dictators and aggression
Due to the terms of the Treaty of Versailles which ended Worl…
US History- World War 1 exam
Triple Entente
Triple Alliance
Trench Warfare
Tanks and Machine guns
Great Britain, Russia,France
Germany, Austria Hungary, Italy
WWI strategy of defending your territory from deep ditches
shoots in rapid succession, changing how wars are fought and…
Triple Entente
Great Britain, Russia,France
Triple Alliance
Germany, Austria Hungary, Italy
World War 1- US History
What's an alliance?
Who was Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
Who were the Allies?
Who were the Central Powers?
A formal agreement between two or more nations or powers to c…
Heir to the Austria-Hungarian throne who was assassinated in…
Great Britain, France, and Russia; later joined by the U.S
Germany, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire
What's an alliance?
A formal agreement between two or more nations or powers to c…
Who was Archduke Franz Ferdinand?
Heir to the Austria-Hungarian throne who was assassinated in…
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US History - World War II
Josef Stalin
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
Hideki Tojo
leader of the Soviet Union, totalitarian dictator, communist…
leader of Italy, totalitarian dictator, fascist (far right)
leader of Germany, totalitarian dictator, Nazism (right), tri…
dictator of Japan, gave his approval for the attack on Pearl…
Josef Stalin
leader of the Soviet Union, totalitarian dictator, communist…
Benito Mussolini
leader of Italy, totalitarian dictator, fascist (far right)
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US History World War 1
Nationalism
Imperialism
Militarism
Neutrality
feeling of intense loyalty to one's country or group
a policy of extending a country's power and influence through…
a rise in military expenditure, an increase in military or na…
the state of not taking sides, especially in a war or dispute.
Nationalism
feeling of intense loyalty to one's country or group
Imperialism
a policy of extending a country's power and influence through…
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US History Chapter 17 - World War I
arms race
terrorist
stalemate
propaganda
a contest to build weapons and military power
a person who uses violence for a political cause
a situation in which neither side wins nor loses
the spreading of ideas, information and beliefs to help or hu…
arms race
a contest to build weapons and military power
terrorist
a person who uses violence for a political cause
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US History World War I
Imperialism
Militarism
Archduke Francis Ferdinand
Western Front
The policy by which stronger nations extend their political,…
Glorification of the military and building up a nation's arme…
Heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, was assassinated by a…
Battlefront in Western Europe (mostly France) where the Allie…
Imperialism
The policy by which stronger nations extend their political,…
Militarism
Glorification of the military and building up a nation's arme…
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World War 2 US History
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
Neville Chamberlain
Winston Churchill
Italian dicator under a facist government, killed by his own…
german facist dicator, commits suicide, April 30, 1945
British prime minister, peace
2nd british prime minister
Benito Mussolini
Italian dicator under a facist government, killed by his own…
Adolf Hitler
german facist dicator, commits suicide, April 30, 1945
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US History: Unit 14: World War II
World War II
Treaty of Versailles
Blitzkrieg
Neutral
(1939 - 1945) A war fought in Europe, Africa and Asia between…
...
"Lighting war", type of fast-moving warfare used by German fo…
...
World War II
(1939 - 1945) A war fought in Europe, Africa and Asia between…
Treaty of Versailles
...
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US History World War 2
Joseph Stalin
Winston Churchill
Benito Mussolini
Neville Chamberlain
Was the leader of the Soviet Union
Was a British Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Was an Italian politician, journalist, and leader of the Nati…
Was a British politician who served as Prime Minister of the…
Joseph Stalin
Was the leader of the Soviet Union
Winston Churchill
Was a British Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
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US.History: Unit 3 World War 2
Neutrality
Internationalism
The "Big Three"
"Double V" campaign
Not aligned with any political or ideological group
A national policy of actively trading with foreign countries…
Churchill, Roosevelt, and Stalin- the three leaders of the Al…
The World War II-era effort of black Americans to gain "a Vic…
Neutrality
Not aligned with any political or ideological group
Internationalism
A national policy of actively trading with foreign countries…
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US History - World War 2
Joseph Stalin
Winston Churchill
Benito Mussolini
Adolf Hitler
Succeeded V.I. Lenin, and sent many people to die in Siberia.…
British Prime Minister (after Neville) meet with FDR and Stal…
Becomes Italy's dictator (1925), and begins a political movem…
Leader of the National Socialist German Worker's Party (Nazi)…
Joseph Stalin
Succeeded V.I. Lenin, and sent many people to die in Siberia.…
Winston Churchill
British Prime Minister (after Neville) meet with FDR and Stal…
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US History Unit 15 - World War II
Atomic bomb
Manhattan Project
Battle of Midway
Battle of Stalingrad
Type of bomb built during WW II that was more powerful than a…
Code name for the U.S. effort during World War II to produce…
U.S. naval victory over the Japanese fleet in June 1942, in w…
Unsuccessful German attack on the city of Stalingrad during W…
Atomic bomb
Type of bomb built during WW II that was more powerful than a…
Manhattan Project
Code name for the U.S. effort during World War II to produce…
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World War I US history
Triple Alliance
Triple Entente
conscription
Serbia
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy (at first), Alliance betw…
France, Great Britain, and Russia (at first)
a military draft
Country seeking independence from Austria, supported by Russia
Triple Alliance
Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy (at first), Alliance betw…
Triple Entente
France, Great Britain, and Russia (at first)
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US history world war 2
totalitarianism
stalin
mussolini
hitler
all gov control goes to one person
leader of the communist party
founder of the fascist party
led the nazi party
totalitarianism
all gov control goes to one person
stalin
leader of the communist party
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World War II -- Continued (US History)
General Rommel
General MacArthur
Harry Truman
Winston Churchill
The Axis commander in charge of Africa
Army commander in the Pacific
The President who allowed the use of atomic warfare in WWII
Great Britain's Prime Minister during WWII
General Rommel
The Axis commander in charge of Africa
General MacArthur
Army commander in the Pacific
US History World War I
Woodrow Wilson
Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand
Militarism, Alliances, Imperialism, Na…
Allies, Central Powers
-Born in Virginia in?1856... -President of Princeton ... University…
How did World War I initially begin?
Other causes for World War I? (Hint: MAIN)
What were the 2 sides of World War I?
Woodrow Wilson
-Born in Virginia in?1856... -President of Princeton ... University…
Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand
How did World War I initially begin?
US History: World War Looms
Joseph Stalin
Totalitarian
Benito Mussolini
Fascism
Communist dictator of the Soviet Union
Govt. that has complete control over its citizens & puts down…
Fascist dictator of Italy
Political system based on a strong, centralized govt. headed…
Joseph Stalin
Communist dictator of the Soviet Union
Totalitarian
Govt. that has complete control over its citizens & puts down…
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World War II - US History
September 1, 1939
September 3, 1939
December 7, 1941
December 8, 1941
Hitler invades Poland.
Great Britain and France declare war on Germany.
"a date which will live in infamy..." --> attack on Pearl Har…
FDR asks for declaration of war.
September 1, 1939
Hitler invades Poland.
September 3, 1939
Great Britain and France declare war on Germany.
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US History: World War One
Jeannette Rankin and William Jennings…
Allies
Central Powers
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Two prominent pacifist of the pre-war America.
Started as the Triple Entente: France, Britain, and Russia. L…
Started as the Triple Alliance: Germany, Austria-Hungary, and…
The heir to the Austrian throne and was assassinated by Serbi…
Jeannette Rankin and William Jennings…
Two prominent pacifist of the pre-war America.
Allies
Started as the Triple Entente: France, Britain, and Russia. L…
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US History - World War I
1. Militarism
2. Military alliances
3. Germany and France dispute over con…
Imperialism
A CAUSE OF WWI ... -World powers investing many resources into…
A CAUSE OF WWI - Central Powers , Allies
A CAUSE OF WWI
A CAUSE OF WWI Germany is jealous of imperial holdings of o…
1. Militarism
A CAUSE OF WWI ... -World powers investing many resources into…
2. Military alliances
A CAUSE OF WWI - Central Powers , Allies
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hudsong - US History - World War 2
Hirohito/Tojo
Beginning of WWII
Germany
Dunkirk/Calais
...
...
...
...
Hirohito/Tojo
...
Beginning of WWII
...
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Us History world War 1
Central Powers
Allies
StaleMate
autoCrat
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and Ottoman Empire
an alliance of nations joining together to fight a common enemy
a situation in which no progress can be made or no advancemen…
a ruler with unlimited power
Central Powers
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and Ottoman Empire
Allies
an alliance of nations joining together to fight a common enemy
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US History - World War 1
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
Central Powers
Treaty of Versailles
Archduke Franz Ferdinand
treaty in which Russia lost substantial territory to the Germ…
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and Ottoman Empire
1)stripped Germany of all military 2) Germany had to repair w…
Archduke of Austria Hungary assassinated by a Serbian in 1914…
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
treaty in which Russia lost substantial territory to the Germ…
Central Powers
Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, and Ottoman Empire
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US History World War II
not long after WWI what did Benito Mus…
Bento Mussolini
fascism
italian children were taught to follow
Italy
Italian dictator during WWII
an economic and political system in which the totalitarian go…
fascism
not long after WWI what did Benito Mus…
Italy
Bento Mussolini
Italian dictator during WWII
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Chapter 23 US history world war 2
what framed American was a strong supp…
What was the Neutrality Act of 1935?
Isolationism?
Describe the Quarantine speech?
Charles Lindbergh
USA would not give money to other country and not involed in…
USA protect themsleves and does not get involed in war
Roosevelt ask Americans to take a side against countries who…
what framed American was a strong supp…
Charles Lindbergh
What was the Neutrality Act of 1935?
USA would not give money to other country and not involed in…
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US History World War II
Isolationism
Washington Conference
Kellogg-Brland Pact
Dawes Plan
United States would stay out of other countries business
was a meeting of many countries to voluntarily reduce their n…
a document saying that it is against the law for anyone to go…
U.S. loans money to Germany to keep Britain and France from g…
Isolationism
United States would stay out of other countries business
Washington Conference
was a meeting of many countries to voluntarily reduce their n…
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