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1. totalitarianism theory of government in which a single party or leader controls the social, economic, and cultural lives of people
2. anti-Semitic pedjudidiced against Jewish people
3. Spanish Civil War a bloody conflict that raged from 1936 until 1939
4. appeaseament France and Britain pursued against aggressive nations during the 1930s
3. Anschluss gave Austria little choice but to accept union
4. Munich pact an agreement reached at the at the conference
5. blitzkrieg sudden attack on poland from three directions
6. Axis Powers included Germany,Italy, and Japan, and several other nations
7. Allies included Britain, France, and many other nations, including the Soviet Union, the United States, and China
8. Neutrility Act of 1939 included a cash-and-carry provision
9. Triparite Pact Germany, Italy, and Japan became allies
10. Lend-Lease Act symbolically number 1776, after another heated debate between isolationists and interventionists
11. Atlantic Charter a document that endorsed national self-determination and an international system of general security
12. Pearl Harbor Hawaii, the site of the United States Navy's main Pacific base
13. WAC Women's Army Corps
14. Bataan Death March more than 7,000 American and Filipino troops died during the grueling journey
15. Battle of Coral Sea helped to kindle hope for the American military in the Pacific
16. unconditional surrender giving up completely without any concessions
17. saturation bombing inflict maximum damage
18. strategic bombing to destroy Germany's capacity to make war
19. Tuskee Airmen played a key role in the campaign, escorting bombers and protecting them from enemy fighter pilots
20. Battle of Mid-way the turning point of of the war in the pacific, ending the seemingly unstoppable Japanese advance
21. Executive Order 8802 the measure for shared practices
22. Bracero bringing laborers from Mexico to work on American farms
23. internment temporary imprisionment
24. Koremastu v. United states the supreme court upheld the governments wartime policy
25. 442nd Regimental fought in the Italian campaighn
26. combat team
27. OWI office war information
28. D-Day the allies hit Germany in force
29. Battle of the Bulge the counter attack
30. island Hopping strategy capturing some Japanese held islands and ignoring others in a steady path towards japan
31. karmikaze pilots that crashed their planes and American ships
32. Manhattan project cost several billion dollars and employed tens of thousands of people
33. Holocost the Nazi attempt to kill all the Jews
34. anti-semitism Nazi movement
36. Nuremburg law named for the city of Jews, denied German citizenship
37. kristallnacht Night of the broken glass
38. genocide racial, political, or cultural group
39. concentration camp members of designated groups were confined
40. death camps prisoners were exterminated
41. War Refugee Board worked with red cross to save thousands of Jews
42. Yalta Conference the big three Poland, Bulgaria, and romania
43. super power they dominated the postwar world
44. CATT General Agreement on Tarriffs and Trade
45. United Nations where the league of nations failed
46. Universal Declaration of Human Rights
47. Nuremberg trials Bataan Death Match
48. Geneva Convention an international agreement governing the humane treatment of wounded soldiers and prisoners
49. rationing economic control
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