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European History

World War II worldwide conflict lasting from 1939 to 1945
Genocide the planned killing of a race of people
Holocaust the systematic killing of 6 million Jews by the Nazis
Axis Powers a group of countries that opposed the Allied powers in World War II, including Germany, Italy, and Japan
Allied Powers a group of countries that opposed the Axis powers in World War II, including the US, Great Britain, France, and the USSR
Treaty of Versailles the document signed to end World War I (it explained what the winners would win and what the losers would lose)
Reparations payments made to a group of people for loss or damage
Nazism a political movement in Germany from the end of WWI through the end of WWII led by Adolph Hitler
Iron Curtain a term used to describe the imaginary line dividing Eastern (Communist) and Western (Democratic) Europe during the Cold war
Berlin Wall a wall built by the East German government in 1961 to divide East and West Berlin; wall came to symbolize Cold War divisions
Cold War period of distrust and misunderstanding between the Soviet Union and its former allies in the West
Communist describes a government that owns or controls most farms and businesses
propaganda information, usually misleading or biased, designed to promote a particular political ideology
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