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WWII, People

TermDefinition
Winston Churchill Prime minister of Great Britain during WWII.
Neville Chamberlain Leader who made concessions to Hitler in hopes of ending German aggression and stated "I believe it is peace in our time."
Dwight D. Eisenhower American general who commanded the Allied troops in Europe during WWII.
Adolf Hitler Dictator of Germany during WWII.
Douglas MacArthur Commander of Allied ground forces in the Southwestern Pacific and kept his pledge to return to the Philippines.
Benito Mussolini Dictator or Italy during WWII.
Robert Oppenheimer Headed the Manhattan Project research team.
Harry Truman US President who decided to use nuclear weapons on Japanese cities.
Erwin Rommel German General who controlled North Africa for the first 3 years of the war and known as "Desert Fox."
Franklin D Roosevelt US President who asked Congress for a declaration of war against Japan.
Hideki Tojo Dictator of Japan during WWII.
Created by: PLHShistory