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WWII Vocabulary 2

Vocabulary Terms for WW2 Part 2

Holocaust the killing of millions of Jews and others by the Nazis during World War II
Kamikazes in World War II, Japanese pilots who loaded their aircraft with bombs and crashed them into enemy ships
D-Day June 6, 1944, the first day of the Allied invasion of Normandy in World War II
Concentration camps detention sites created for military or political purposes to confine, terrorize, and, in some cases, kill civilians
V-E Day (1945) May 8, 1945, a term used by the Allies, it stands for "victory in Europe" during World War II
Final Solution the Nazi Party’s plan to murder the entire Jewish population of Europe and the Soviet Union
V-J Day (1945) August 15, 1945, a term used by the Allies, it stands for "victory over Japan" during World War II
Yalta Conference (February, 1945) a meeting between Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin to reach an agreement on what to do with Germany after World War II
United Nations international organization formed in 1945 to maintain world peace and encourage cooperation among nations
Potsdam Conference (1945) A meeting of Allied leaders in the German city of Potsdam to address issues about the post-World War II Europe
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