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Chapter 14 war

Chapter 14

1. Totalitarianism Theory of government in which a leader controls the lives of its people
2. Anti-Semitic Prejudice and discrimination against Jews
3. Appeasement Policy of granting concessions in order to keep the peace
4. Anschluss Union of Germany and Austria in 1933
5. Munich pact Agreement between Germany, Italy, Great Britain, and France that sacrificed the Sudetenland to preserve peace
6. Blitzkrieg "Lightening war" that emphasized the use of speed and firepower to penetrate deep into the enemy's territory
7. Axis powers Germany, Italy, and Japan
8. Allies Britain, France, the U.S., and the Soviet Union
9. Neutrality act of 1939 allowed nations at war to buy goods in the U.S. if they paid cash and carried the merchandise on their own ships
10. Tripartite pact Axis powers alliance
11. Lend-lease act Allowed FDR to sell war supplies to any country whose defense he considered vital to the safety of the U.S.
12. Atlantic charter Declaration by Great Britain and the U.S. that endorsed national self-determination and an international systemic general security
13. Pearl Harbor American military base attacked by the Japanese on December 7, 1941
14. WAC (women's army corps) provided noncombat jobs in the army for women
15. Bataan death march American and Filipino prisoners of war march under brutal conditions by the Japanese military
16. Battle of the coral sea Battle between Japanese and American aircraft carriers
17. Spanish Civil War Revolution of fascist in Spain
Created by: eafarrow97