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Chapter 19

facism Aggressive nationalism. The nation is more important than the individual.
Joseph Stalin Leader of the Soviet Union during WWII.
Adolf Hitler Leader of Germany during WWII.
Axis Powers Germany, Japan, and Italy
Allied Powers Great Britain, France, Soviet Union, & United States
Winston Churchill Leader of Great Britain during most of WWII.
Franklin Roosevelt Leader of the United States during most of WWII.
Blitzkrieg Lightning warfare
appeasement Giving in to the demands of an enemy to avoid war
Holocaust Catastrophe where the Nazis killed nearly 6 million Jews.
Nuremberg Laws Restricted the rights and citizenship of Jews in Nazi-controlled Europe.
Concentration Camps Detention centers where "healthy" prisoners would work as slave laborers until their deaths.
Extermination Camps Attached to many of the concentration camps where many Jews were executed in massive gas chambers
Poland The invasion of this country started WWII.
Neutrality Not choosing sides in a conflict
Lend-Lease Act The U.S. would send weapons to Britain if they promised to return or pay rent on them after the war
Pearl Harbor The attack here drew the United States into WWII.
September, 3, 1939 Start date of WWII.
December 7, 1941 Date the U.S. enters WWII
Anschluss Annexation of Austria by Germany
Created by: mmatulevicz