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History WW2

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Who were the Allies in WW2? (not the leaders the countries) Great Britain France Soviet Union USA
Who were the Axis powers in WW2? ( not the leaders the countries) Germany Italy Japan
Who were the Democratic leaders of WW2? Frfanklin Roosevelt(USA) Harry Truman(USA) Winston Churchill(Great Britain) Joseph Stalin(Soviet Union)
Who were the Facist Dictators? Tojo(Japan) Hitler(Germany) Mussolili(Italy)
FASCIUM: WHEN TOTAL POWER IS GIVEN TO A DICTATOR AND FREEDOM IS DENIED
ANTI-SEMITISM: DISCRIMINATION AGAINST JEWS
ARYAN SUPREMACY: THE BELIF THAT BLONDE-HAIRED, BLUE EYED NORTHERN EUROPEANS ARE SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHER RACES
INFLATION: WHEN TOO MUCH MONEY IS PPRINTED AND LOSES ITS VALUE AND CAUSES PRICES TO RISE
ISOLATIONISM: THE POLICY OF NOT GETTING INVOLVED POLITICALLY OF ECONOMICALLY IN AFFAIRS IN THE WORLD
LIBERATION: TO SET FREE
Political instability causes of WW2 (1) Rise of Fascist Dictators
Economic devastion causes os WW2 High inflation High war debt Worldwide depression massive unemployment
Major turning points in WW2 (Pacific front) rising tensoin between Japan and USA USA wins Battle of Midway (turning point) USA drops atomic bomb on Japan (Twice)
Major turning points in WW2 (European front) Germany and Soviet Union invade Poland Germany invades France and captures Paris Germany Loses Battle of Britain USA passes Lend Lease Act Gremany invades SovietUnion and loses Battle of Stalingrad( turning point) invasion in France and D-DAY
HOLOCAUST Tactics used by Hitler- boycatts, threats, segergation, inprisonment in CCamps Camps were liberated by Allied forces
Homefront Efforts USA involvement in war ended Great Depression Women took jobs in defence plants (rosie the Riveter) Conservation and rationed resources African Americans Hired however discrimination continued Japanese Americans Served, were put in internment camps
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