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Kosloski History 10

Unit 1 (Part 2/2) WWII Vocab

Systematic murder-or genocide-of Jews and other groups in Europe by the Nazis before and during WWII..... Holocaust
A city neighborhood in which a certain minority is pressured or forced to live..... Ghetto
Confinement or a restriction in movement, especially under wartime conditions..... Internment
Under this bill, women volunteers would serve in noncombat situations..... WAAC (Women's Auxiliary Army Corps)
Involving or engaging in the deliberate crashing of a bomb-filled airplane into military target..... Kamikaze
Deliberate and systematic extermination of a particular racial, national, or religious group..... Genocide
Economic and political system based on one-party gov't and state ownership of property..... Communism
Court proceedings held in Nuremberg, Germany, after WWII, in which Nazi leaders were tried for war crimes..... Nuremberg Trials
A prison camp operated by Nazi Germany in which Jews and other groups considered to be enemies of Adolf Hitler were starved and murdered..... Concentration Camp
Research at Columbia University in Manhattan to develop a bomb as quickly as possible..... Manhattan Project
"Night of broken glass" November 9, 1938, when gangs of Nazi storm troopers attack Jewish homes, businesses and synagogues in Germany..... Kristallnacht
Agency established by Congress to control inflation during WWII..... OPA (Office of Price Administration)
Agency established during WWII to coordinate the production of military supplies by U.S industries..... WPB (War Production Board)
Establish fixed allotments of goods deemed essential to military..... Rationing
June 6, 1944 which the Allies launched an invasion of Europe mainland during WWII..... D-Day (Day-Day)
Name given to May 8, 9145, on which General Eisenhower's acceptance of unconditional surrender to Nazi Germany. Marked end of WWII in Europe..... VE-Day (Victory in Europe Day)
Organization that pushed the U.S. Gov't to compensate Japanese Americans for property they had lost when they were interned during WWII..... JACL (Japanese American Citizens League)
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