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Georgia & WWII
Review of Chapter 23
|Compensation/money paid for war damages
|A philosophy of government characterized by a dictator; it believes in superiority of a particular group, and works to benefit government
|A leader with absolute power
|A "lightning war"
|The deliberate killing of a particular group of people
|Germany, Italy, Japan
|U.S, Great Britain, France
|An agreement that nations will only resort to war in self-defense
|"Night of broken glass" where Jewish homes, businesses and churches were vandalized or destroyed
|Countries fighting AGAINST the Axis Powers were allowed to borrow military supplies from the U.S.
|Important Naval Base that was bombed by the Japanese on Dec. 7, 1941
|How did WWII help bring Georgia out of the depression?
|Military and Defense manufacturers hired civilians who had been unable to find work.
|Largest boot camp during the war (Infantry training)
|Military Supplies,prison camp and hospital
|Company that made the B-29 bomber.
|Two areas where ships were built in Georgia
|Savannah & Brunswick
|Limiting the purchase of certain items
|Why was sugar not rationed for the Coca-Cola Company during the war?
|It was a morale booster for the soldiers.
|Inventor of Coca-Cola
|Name one of the two other people who bought the rights to Coca-Cola at various times.
|Asa Candler & Ernest Woodruff
|People planted these to help provide food for their families during times of rations.
|Illegal sale of rationed goods
|Systematic killing of approximately 6 million Jews in Germany
|President during WWII
|"Father of the Two Ocean Navy"
|Senator from GA who supported FDR and was a strong military advocate
|Where was "The Little White House" located?
|Warm Springs, GA
|What medical problem did FDR have?
|What was the Enola Gay?
|B-29 bomber that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima
|What was GA's largest civilian contribution to the war?
|What were the ships called that were built in GA for WWII?
|Name two men's occupations in which women worked during WWII?
|Building aircraft and building ships
|Why did women have to enter the workforce during WWII?
|Many of our men were off fighting the war.
|This governor of GA cost UGA its accreditation in the early 1940's.
|Considered by many to be the best reform governors in GA's history.
|Name three things that Governor Arnall accomplished during his 4-year term.
|Took away the Governor's power to pardon; got rid of the chain gangs; lowered the voting age to 18; helped make changes to the GA constitution; ended the poll tax and white primaries;
|What agricultural changes helped Georgia grow and transform?
|No tenant farmers; greater use of tractors; larger but fewer farms; reduced number of crops being grown; increase in poultry farming
|Mayor who helped Atlanta grow by focusing on improvements in transportation.
|Mayor who helped Atlanta grow by focusing on sports and entertainment.
|Ivan Allen, Jr.
|What four systems make GA the transportation center of the Southeast?
|Aviation; Interstates; Railroads; and Deep Water ports