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Unit 5 Lesson 2 Notes 3 Vocabulary

Tuskegee Airmen The first black American pilots. They won respect during their service in World War II.
Code Talkers The name used for Native Americans who used their unwritten language to transmit codes about troop movements, battlefield tactics, and other important communications during World War II
Women's Army Corps (WAC) American women who served in the army during World War II. They were the first women other than nurses to serve in the army.
International Military Tribunal The group that tried the major war criminals responsible for the Holocaust at Nuremberg, Germany
Israel Founded by the United Nations after WWII as a country for the Jewish people, in order to provide them safety from religious persecution
Palestine Geographic region in Western Asia between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River. In 1948 it was partitioned into an Arab State, a Jewish state (Israel) and the International Regime for the City of Jerusalem.
Big Three Major countries of the Allies: Russia, the United States, and Great Britain
Winston Churchill Prime Minister of Britain (1940-1945 and 1951-1955) during World War II. Attended Potsdam and Yalta conferences
Joseph Stalin Leader of the Soviet Union (1922-1953) during World War II and its aftermath
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