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Who did Joseph Stalin lead? Russia
Who did Winston Churchill lead? British Prime Minister
Who was the Nazi German leader? Adolf Hitler
Who was the president during WWII for the U.S? Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Who was the leader for Italy? Benito Mussolini
What was the result in the Battle of the Philippines? Japanse capture the Philippines
What was the importance of the Battle of the Philippines? Last Americans to surrender in the Pacific
What was the result in the Battle of Midway? U.S. sank 4 Japanese aircraft carriers
What was the importance of the Battle of Midway? It limited Japan's ability to attack Allied positions
What was the result in the Battle of Guadal Canal? U.S. defeated Japanese, gaining control of the island
What was the importance of the Battle of Guadal Canal? Guadal Canal became a military base from which to attack
What was the result in D-Day? Flee of 4,000 ships carried Allied troops to Normandy in order to invade France
What was the importance of D-Day? Allied forces liberated Paris from Nazi rule
What does Blitzkrieg mean? Lightning war because the Germans were so fast and devastating
What does Appeasement mean? Giving in, in order to avoid war
What was the Non-Aggression Pact? Adolf Hitler signed it to agree not to fight
Who was the U.S. President? Franklin Roosevelt
What were bomb targets? The locations that the U.S. dropped their bombs
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