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WWII Part I

Week 21 Social Study Guide

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At first, European leaders gave into Hitler's demands using the policy of appeasement
The event that led to the start of WWII was when Germany invaded Poland.
Adolf Hitler come to power during the mid-1930s.
United States, Britain, France, and the Soviet Union were the major Allied Powers during World War II.
Germany, Italy, and Japan were the major Axis powers during World War II
The Lend-Lease Act allowed the United States to sell, lend, or give ships, planes, tanks, and other equipment to the Allies.
The Germans listened to Hitler in the 1930s (before WWII started) because they were hurting; he promised to give them better lives.
Adolf Hitler was the dictator of Germany during WWII. 
Joseph Stalin was the dictator of the Soviet Union during WWII.
Emperor Hirohito was the dictator of Japan during WWII.
Benito Mussolini was the dictator of Italy during WWII.
Franklin D Roosevelt was the President of the United States at the start of World War II.
Winston Churchill was the leader of Great Britain during World War II.
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