Test Answers on world war ii

APUSH: World War II (1920-1945)

question Good Neighbor Policy answer withdrawal of American troops from foreign nations (especially Latin America) to improve international relations and unite western hemisphere; Clark Memorandum (rebukes the “big stick”); peaceful resolution of Mexican oil fields question Isolationism in 1920s & 1930s answer Americans concerned with economic depression; sought to avoid European involvement, no apparent immediate […]

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Analyzing US World War II Political Messages (Quiz)

question Read the excerpt from Roosevelt’s State of the Union address. We take off our hats to the farmers who have faced an unprecedented task of feeding not only a great Nation but a great part of the world. What is the effect of repeating the word great in this excerpt? answer It stresses a […]

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APUSH Chapter 22: Fighting for The Four Freedoms: World War II

question Four Freedoms answer Freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. question Good Neighbor Policy answer Proclaimed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in his first inaugural address in 1933, it sought improved diplomatic relations between the United States and its Latin American neighbors. question isolationism answer Isolationism—the 1930s version […]

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Analyzing US World War II Political Messages Quiz 70%

question Look at the poster. What is the effect of the rhetorical language that appears in this poster? answer “Early stopping will make a late victory” stresses the idea that having lower levels of production means it will take longer to win the war. question Read the excerpt from Roosevelt’s State of the Union address […]

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Entering World War II

question The form of government in Germany under Adolf Hitler can best be described as answer Totalitorian question When Hitler sent troops into Rhineland in 1936 and Austria in 1938, other European nations answer Offered no resistance question Which practice is sometimes characterized by extreme nationalism? answer Fascism question Germany’s reparation payments after World War […]

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Analyzing US World War II Political Messages

question Read the excerpt from Roosevelt’s State of the Union address and the poster below it. As spokesmen for the United States Government, you and I take off our hats to those responsible for our American production—to the owners, managers, and supervisors, to the draftsmen and the engineers, and to the workers—men and women—in factories […]

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World War II pt 2

question What did Hitler become and begin to do? answer • Hitler becomes Chancellor of Germany and begins expanding the army, navy and air force beyond the limits set out by Versailles question What was the German military slogan? answer • German military slogan is, “Today Germany. Tomorrow the world.” question Mussolini invades Ethiopia answer […]

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World War II (1941-1945)

question Mussolini becomes dictator of Italy, 1922 answer fascist who took control of Italy; an Italian politician, journalist, and leader of the National Fascist Party, ruling the country as Prime Minister from 1922 until his ousting in 1943. He ruled constitutionally until 1925, when he dropped all pretense of democracy and set up a legal […]

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Chapter 14 – America and World War II

question During World War II, American workers were more productive than German workers or Japanese workers. answer t question President Truman fully integrated the military after World War II was over. answer t question In World War II, the United States suffered more casualties in combat than any of its allies. answer f question In […]

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Chapter 19: World War II

question ___ administered the Nazi’s Final Solution answer Reinhard Heydrich question when the Einsatzgruppen proved to be to slow for the Nazis, they answer built special extermination camps in Poland question at the Potsdam conference, Truman demanded ____ throughout Eastern Europe answer freely elected governments question Neville Chamberlain boasted that the Munich conference meant answer […]

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World War II Terms

question Cash n’ Carry: answer Cash and carry was a policy requested by US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt at a special session of the United States Congress on September 21, 1939, subsequent to the outbreak of war in Europe. It replaced the Neutrality Acts of 1936. The revision allowed the sale of materiel to belligerents, […]

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Nazi Germany and World War II

question NOTE answer World War II was the second major conflict of the twentieth century. It was fought mainly in Europe and and on the islands of the Pacific Ocean. question Events Leading up to WW11 answer Japanese aggression, Rape of Nanjing, Italian agression, and German agression question Japanese agression answer Japan took over Korea, […]

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6. Causes of World War II in Asia

question Commodore Matthew Perry answer American naval officer who sailed into the harbour of what is now Tokyo in 1853 and forced the Japanese to open their country to American trade. question Meiji Restoration answer The period beginning in 1868 when the shogun, who had been the de facto ruler of Japan was overthrown and […]

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World history quiz (World War II)

question appeasement answer policy of giving in to an aggressor’s demands in order to keep the peace question pacifism answer opposition to all way; neutrality question neutrality acts answer a series of acts passed by the U.S. Congress from 1935 to 1939 that aimed to keep the U.S. from becoming involved in WWII. (One law […]

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8. Course of World War II Europe and Asia

question Battle of Kursk answer The last attempt by Germany at an offensive in the East in the summer of 1943. It was the largest tank battle of all time. Germany was defeated. question Leningrad answer This city was besieged by the Germans for about 872 days between September 8 1941 and January 27 1944. […]

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Unit 9: World War II

question German Aggression answer The war in Europe began in September 1939, when Germany, under Chancellor Adolf Hitler, invaded Poland. Britain and France responded by declaring war on Germany but took little action over the following months. In 1940, Germany launched its next initiative by attacking Denmark and Norway, followed shortly thereafter by attacks on […]

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Causes of World War II

question Communism {Causes of World War II} answer An economic system in which there is no private property and the government produced question Expansionism {Causes of World War II} answer consists of expansionist policies of government and states.. question Militarism {Causes of World War II} answer is the belief or desire of a government or […]

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Chapter 27- World War II Section 1-4

question Section 1 answer Section 1 question Totalitarian government -define their actions and rule -specifics -An example of this type of government ruling through … answer -Government controls the economy, the press, freedom of speech and every action or life of those in their nation. *Ex:How people learn, look, dress, eat etc. -Government rules through […]

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Ch 26 Test – World War II: US History AGS

question ______ and his Nazi party attempted to make Germany the ruler of all Europe. answer Adolf Hitler question One of the early events in the Holocaust was called ______. answer Kristallnacht question ______ became the Fascist dictator of Italy in 1922 and stayed in power until he was executed by Italian people in 1943. […]

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chapter 25 World War II and the Holocaust

question which of the following statements best characterizes the totalitarian state in the 1930’s? answer B.) It was an all-compassing, authoritarian dictatorship that subordinated individual needs, and employing police power and mass propaganda to achieve total control. question Mussolini became prime minister of Italy… answer A.) When King Victor Emmanuel, reacting to Fascist intimidation, appointed […]

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World War II – Europe

question Benito Mussolini answer Founded fascist party; He marched on Rome with his “black Shirt” followers. They forced the Italian King to appoint him head of the government and got rid of most of the free speech and free press rights. Tried to create a new Roman empire by conquering Ethiopia, Albania, etc. He wanted […]

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