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Denne's Chapter 30

Restrictions intended to enforce international law Sanctions
No weapons or fortifications permitted. de-militarized
Satisfying reasonable demands in exchange for peace appeasment
Agreement between Hitler and Stalin. Nazi-Soviet Nonaggression Pact
The Japanese used _______________ pilots in suicide mission against U.S. fighting ships at sea. Kamikaze
The British civilians were heavily affected by German air raids or the ________________. Blitz
Great Britain adopted a policy of ______________ and Germany knew they would not invade. Appeasement
The conference that created the United Nations and divided Germany. Yalta
The conference that led to an agreement on the final assault on Germany. Tehran
All of the following are examples of aggressive actions taken by Germany leading to WW2 except invaded Manchuria.
Hitler wanted to dominate other countries because he believed Germany’s people were superior to everyone else.
What two countries did Hitler occupy without opposition from France and Great Britain? Austria and Czechoslovakia
Why did Japan seize Manchuria and North China? To obtain natural resources
Hitler was confident the western states that had signed the Treaty of Versailles would not mobilize their military to enforce it.
What was the result of the Battle of Britain? The British air force rebuilt its strength.
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor caused The United States to enter the war.
Harry S. Truman authorized dropping the atomic bomb on Japan because he thought an invasion would kill too many U.S. Troops.
Citizen of the Soviet Union experienced severe food and housing shortages because nearly all of the available resources went into the war economy.
The Victims of the Holocaust included large numbers of European Jews.
The United States carried on an “island-hopping” campaign to get close enough to mainland Japan to take over.
Which event ended the war in the Pacific? The bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Churchill compared postwar Soviet policy in Eastern Europe to an iron curtain.
Hitler demanded and was given what area in northwestern Czechoslovakia? the Sudetenland
All of the following are examples of Japanese Aggression prior to WW2 except They attacked U.S.
The United States experience was quite different than other major powers because the United States was not fighting on its own territory.
The _____________ lead to the occupation of France by German armies. French armistice
The ________________ stated that Germany could occupy Czechoslovakia, but nothing else, when Hitler tries taking part of Poland, Great Britain offers help. Munich Conference.
Allied Powers Great Britain, Soviet Union, the United States
The ______________________ resulted in the death of 100,000 Chinese and the raping of thousands of women. Rape of Nanjing
In the _______________ the Japanese blew up their own railroad and blamed it on the Chinese. Mukden Incident
Germany took France and occupied 3/5 of its’ land with an authoritarian regime under German control and named it _____________. vichy
The Anti-Comintern Pact between ____________ and ______________ created a unified front against communism. Germany, Japan
The U.S. joined the war in 1941
Hitler violated the ___________ when he invaded the Soviet Union. Non-Aggression Pact
Axis Powers Japan, Germany, Italy
The Soviet Union and the United States were able to stay out of WW2 until 1941.
During the Battle of Stalingrad, the Soviets continued to push the Germans further west.
Widespread Spread out
A swift and sudden military attack Blitzkrieg
Abstention from alliances and other international political/ economic relations Isolationism
The refusal to take sides in wars between other nations Neutrality
A disregard of rules or agreement Violation
A resistance fighter during WW2 Partisan
People who have common racial, religious, or cultural origins Ethnic
A person who assists the enemy Collaborator
Based on a set of beliefs Ideological
Political tension between the Soviet Union and the United States after WW2 Cold War
The process of assembling troops and preparing for war Mobilization
The conference in which the European powers agreed to appease Hitler after his occupation of Czechoslovakia. Munich
Signed between Japan and Germany. Anti- Comintern Pact
Was signed between the Soviet Union and Germany. Nazi-Soviet Non- Aggression Pact
The U.S. joined in the war in 1941
Japan wanted to establish a new order in Asia while promoting “Asia for Asians.”
Hitler first violated the _______ when he invaded the Soviet Union. Nazi-Soviet Nonaggression Pact
The European powers practiced a policy of appeasement with________ after meeting at Munich. Germany
The Soviet Union and the United States were able to stay out of WW2 until 1941.
During the Battle of Stalingrad, the Germans were forced to surrender.
Created by: m0llymarie