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ch 14 and 15 vocab

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a single party controls the economic , social, and cultural lives of its people. totalitarianism
prejudice and discrimination against Jews antisemitism
franciscos rebellion against the demo republic Spanish Civil War
granting concessions in order to keep the peace appeasement
union of germany and austria anschluss
sacrificed the sudentenland to preserve peace (agreement) munich pact
lightning war blitzkrieg
germany, italy and japan that fought the allies in ww2 axis powers
britian, france, us, and soviet union that fought the axis powers allies
allowed nation at war to buy goods and arms in the U.S. if they paid cash and carried the merchandise on their own ships neutrality act 1939
an alliance between germany, italy, and japan tripartite pact
allowed roosevelt to sell or lend war supplies to any country whose defense he considered vital to the safety of the U.S. lend-lease act 1941
a joint declaration made by great britian and the U.S. that endorsed national self-determination and an international system of general security atlantic charter
american military base attacked by the japanese pearl harbor
the march of American and Filipino prisoners of war under brutal condition by the Japanese military Bataan death march
took place between japanese and american aircraft carriers battle of coral sea
provided clerical workers, truck drivers, and lab technitians for the U.S. army womens army corps
giving up completlety without and concessions uncondiditnal surrender
dropping massive bombs to inflict max damage saturation bombing
dropping bombs an specific targets strategic bombing
escorted bombers in the air over Europe Tuskegee airmen
the Japanese advance was stopped in the pacific battle of midway
assured fair hiring practices executive order 8802
brought laborers from mexico to work on american farms brancero program
temporary imprisonment internment
Japanese American Volunteers 442 regimental combat
limit on the amount of goods civilians could buy during wartime rationing
encouraged support of the war owi
June 6 1944 the day allies landed on the beaches of France d-day
crippled Germany by using up reserves and demoralizing its troops battle of bulge
seizing selected Japanese-held islands in the pacific island hopping
Japanese pilots who deliberately crashed planes into American ships kamikaze
atomic bomb code name Manhattan project
the systematic murder of Jews holocaust
prejudice and discrimination against Jews antisemitism
denied German citizen ship to Jews Nuremberg laws
organized attacks on jewish communities. night of the broken glass. kristallnacht
annihilation of a racial, political, or cultural group genocide
imprisoned underirable mambers of society concentration camp
camp designed for the extermination of prisoners death camp
agency to save eastern european jews war refugee board
strategy meeting of Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin Yalta conference
powerful country that plays a dominant economic. political, and military role. superpower
aimed to lower trade barriers GATT
organization to promote peace united nations
promoted basic human rights and freedoms universal declaration of human rights
the humane treatment of wounded soldiers and prisoners of war Geneva convention
Nazi leaders were charged with war crimes Nuremberg trials
Created by: lillyivey