American History Chapter 22 T/F

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The Roosevelt administration paid little attention to foreign affairs before the attack on Pearl Harbor. Answer Selected Answer: False
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Question 2 3.04 out of 3.04 points Most of the bloodshed that occurred in Europe during World War II took place on the eastern front. Answer Selected Answer: True
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Question 3 3.04 out of 3.04 points Following America’s entry into the war, the federal government assumed vast powers to oversee the national economy. Answer Selected Answer: True
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Question 4 3.04 out of 3.04 points War mobilization lifted the industrial Northeast out of the Depression, but left the economies of the South and the West virtually untouched. Answer Selected Answer: False
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Question 5 3.04 out of 3.04 points With the coming of peace, women employed in war-related industries came under increasing pressure to leave their jobs and resume their role as homemakers. Answer Selected Answer: True
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Question 6 3.04 out of 3.04 points President Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066 ordered the internment of all Japanese-Americans who refused to sign an oath of loyalty to the United States. Answer Selected Answer: False
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Question 7 3.04 out of 3.04 points War mobilization greatly strengthened the size and stature of the American labor movement. Answer Selected Answer: True
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Question 8 3.04 out of 3.04 points As the war drew to a close, tensions emerged among the Allied powers over Stalin’s reluctance to allow self-rule in eastern Europe, and Churchill’s reluctance to allow self-rule for Great Britain’s colonies. Answer Selected Answer: True
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Question 9 3.04 out of 3.04 points By the late 1930s, Americans were nearly universally in favor of intervening militarily in Germany to stop the horrors being perpetrated against Jews and others by Adolf Hitler and his followers. Answer Selected Answer: False
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Question 10 3.04 out of 3.04 points The Ford Motor Company employed slave labor provided by the German government. Answer Selected Answer: True
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Question 11 3.04 out of 3.04 points Eighty percent of Japan’s oil came from the United States prior to 1941. Answer Selected Answer: True
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Question 12 3.04 out of 3.04 points Senator Gerald P. Nye’s 1934-1935 hearings demonstrated that bankers had suffered terrible economic setbacks during World War I. Answer Selected Answer: False
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Question 13 3.04 out of 3.04 points The America First Committee sought to ensure that America would be one of the first nations to enter the conflict against Adolf Hitler. Answer Selected Answer: False
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Question 14 3.04 out of 3.04 points The term “blitzkrieg” means “lightning war.” Answer Selected Answer: True
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Question 15 3.04 out of 3.04 points Josef Stalin and Adolf Hitler were bitter enemies who could agree on nothing at the beginning of World War II. Answer Selected Answer: False
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Question 16 3.04 out of 3.04 points In World War I the French had been successful at keeping the invading German army out of Paris; in World War II, the French also succeeded in keeping the Nazis from occupying Paris. Answer Selected Answer: False
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Question 17 3.04 out of 3.04 points At Bataan in the Philippines, U.S. and Filipino forces captured 78,000 Japanese soldiers in the largest surrender in Japanese military history. Answer Selected Answer: False
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Question 18 3.04 out of 3.04 points In May 1942, the United States Navy thwarted a Japanese attack against Australia in the Battle of the Coral Sea. Answer Selected Answer: True
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Question 19 3.04 out of 3.04 points The United States inflicted severe losses on the Japanese Navy in the Battle of Midway Island. Answer Selected Answer: True
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Question 20 3.04 out of 3.04 points As late as December 1944, more American military personnel were deployed in the Pacific theater of war than against Germany. Answer Selected Answer: True
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Question 21 3.04 out of 3.04 points During Germany’s effort to seize Stalingrad beginning in August 1942, 800,000 Germans and 1.2 million Russians died in the fighting. Answer Selected Answer: True
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Question 22 3.04 out of 3.04 points Germany suffered far higher casualties among its soldiers on the Western Front than it did on the Russian Front. Answer Selected Answer: False
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Question 23 3.04 out of 3.04 points At least 20 million Russians died during World War II, both soldiers and civilians. Answer Selected Answer: True
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Question 24 3.04 out of 3.04 points By 1944, the United States produced a plane every five minutes, and a ship every day. Answer Selected Answer: True
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