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USHistory Chap 16-17

US History Chapter 16-17 Review Vocab A

Axis Powers Germany, Italy, Japan
Allied Powers Group of nations, including United States, Britain and the Soviet Union that opposed the Axis Powers
Facism Political system based on a strong, centralized government headed by a dictator
Nuremberg Laws 1935 - stripped Jews of their citizenship, jobs, and property
Kristallnacht Name give to the night of November 9, 1938, when Nazis in Germany attacked Jews, their businesses and synagogues
Holocaust Systematic murder of 11 million Jews and other people in Europe by the Nazis.
Final Solution Imposed by Hitler - A policy of genocide to murder the entire population of Jews.
Munich Pact Turned the Sudentenland over to Germany without a single shot being fired. Signed between Germany, France and Britain in 1938.
Neutrality Act Laws passed by Congress to ban the sale of arms or loans to nations at war.
Lend-Lease Act Plan by President Roosevelt to lending or leasing arms and other supplies to "any country whose defense was vital to the United States"
Created by: PLHShistory