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LD SS WWII QUIZ B

LD SS WWII CHAPTER 26 QUIZ

TermDefinition
WWII BEGAN 1939
US GOT INVOLVED December 8, 1941
WWII ENDED 1945
ALLIED POWERS US, Great Britain, Soviet Union, China
AXIS POWERS Germany, Japan, Italy
GERMAN LEADER Adolf Hitler
ITALIAN LEADER Benito Mussolini
JAPAN LEADER Emperor Hirohito
APPEASEMENT Giving into the demands of a hostile power in order to avoid conflict
MUNICH AGREEMENT Promised Great Britain he could keep the land, but take no more
COUNTRIES HILTER INVADED THAT VIOLATED MUNICH AGREEMENT Poland
NEUTRALITY ACTS 1935-1937 - Banned weapons sales and loans to nations that were at war. Many countries did not pay WWI loans so US did not want any more debt.
CASH AND CARRY ACT Let Britain and France to buy weapons if they transported them back to their country.
LEND-LEASE ACT Allowed the US to lend military equipment to certain nations.
COUNTRY JAPAN INVADED BEFORE PEARL HARBOR Much of China and South East Asia
EMBARGO Not trading products with a specific nation
WHERE JAPAN ATTACKED US Pearl Harbor
CONGRESSIONAL RESPONSE The next day they declared war on Japan
Created by: desilva13