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WWII/Holocaust

SS7 WWII and the Holocaust

TermDefinition
Eisenhower
Rommel
Trotsky
Truman
Churchill
Hitler
Stalin
Franklin Roosevelt
Axis Powers Italy, Germany, and Japan
Allied Powers France, Great Britain, and U.S.
European Theater battles/fronts located in Eastern and Western Europe
Pacific Theater battles/fronts located in Asia; consisted of 'Island Hopping' campaign
Sudetenland area of Czechoslovakia that Hitler demanded be given to Germany
Battle of Britain
Battle of Midway
Gaudal Canal
Stalingrad
D-Day
Neutrality Acts
Blitzkrieg
Appeasement
Munich Conference
Aircraft carrier
island hopping tactic for clearing islands in Asia of Japanese threat
Lend-Lease Act
Atomic Bomb
Pearl Harbor December ?, 1942; the Japanese attacked the U.S. causing the U.S. to join WWII.
Anti-Semitism hatred of Jews seen throughout Europe and practiced by Adolf Hitler and the Nazis
Holocaust the systematic killing of Jews during WWII
Nuremberg Trial trials of Nazi's accused of war crimes and atrocities during the Holocaust
Final Solution Hitler's plan to exterminate the entire Jewish population
Ghettos neighborhoods in which Jews were rounded up and forced to live. They were heavily guarded.
Kristallnacht Day in which Jewish shops and houses were destroyed. Jews were beaten and killed while many were arrested.
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