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Agression, Nationalism and the World Wars

Which two countries were particularly hard hit by the Depression? japan and germany How did the Communists win the civil war in Russia after World War I? leon trostsky and the red army The German attack at Stalingrad was important because turning point because it cut off fuel and supplies The slogan repeated in fascist […]

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World War 2 Essay Response

In the 1920s and 1930s, how did the United States respond to acts of aggression in Europe and Asia. Why? In general, the United States did little in response to acts of aggression in Europe and Asia because Americans did not want to be pulled into another European war. The general mood of isolationism forced […]

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Essay Topics: Interwar Period and World War 2

Interwar Developments: US New forms of media (Ex. radio), suffered through the Great Depression, went into isolationism, FDR created the New Deal, Went to war when Pearl Harbor was bombed. Interwar Developments: GB/France Lost generation in population, went into industrial era, Women were elected to Parliament, high unemployment rate, suffered from depression, poor trade, did […]

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World War 2 Essay Questions

How do you account for the early successes of the Germans from 1939 to 1941? To what degree did Blitzkrieg play a role in these successes? I would account for the early successes of the Germans from 1939 to 1941 by the German-Soviet Nonaggression Pact, Germany invasion on Poland, Soviet Union invasion on Poland, Division […]

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Research paper note cards- World War 1

Front Back History.com Staff. \”World War I History.\” History.com. A&E Television Networks, 2009. Web. 30 Jan. 2017. \”The assassination of Franz Ferdinand and Sophie set off a rapid chain of events: Austria-Hungary, like many in countries around the world, blamed the Serbian government for the attack and hoped to use the incident as justification for […]

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Chapter 24: World War One

question agreement to stop fighting answer armistice question ideas spread to help or hurt a cause answer propaganda question payment for losses suffered during war answer reparation question policy of defending an ally if that ally goes to war answer Alliance System question policy of building up strong armed forces to prepare for war answer […]

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The Coming of War (World War 2)

question totalitarianism answer theory of gov. in which a single party or leader maintains strict control question Joseph Stalin answer russian leader known as the Great Terror question Benito Mussolini answer Italian leader that founded the Fascist Party question Adolf Hitler answer German Dictator who wanted to unify all German people into one state question […]

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World war 2 APUSH

question Schecter Poultry Corp vs. Us answer was a decision by the Supreme Court of the United States that invalidated regulations of the poultry industry…a main component of President Roosevelt’s New Deal, unconstitutional. question Butler Case answer ruled that the processing taxes instituted under the 1933 Agricultural Adjustment Act were unconstitutional. question Merchants of death […]

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World War 1- A New Kind of War

question Stalemate on the Western Front answer -the Belgians resisted more than German generals had anticipated -the German’s Schleiffen Plan failed -Russia mobilized more quickly than expected -British and French troops pushed back the German drive along the Marne River question The Western Front and the Eastern Front answer -Both sides began to dig deep […]

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World War 2 Study Guide

question What did Hitler violate when he expanded the military and militarizing RHineland? answer Treaty of Versailles question Where did Hitler militarize? answer Rhineland question Great Britain employed a policy of what? answer appeasement question What did Germany and Japan sign that promised a united front against communism? answer Anti-Comintern PAct question At what conference […]

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World War 2 Test

question september 1, 1939 answer When did Germany invade Poland? question Non-agression Pact answer secret agreement between Hitler and Stalin not to attack each other and to divide Poland. question sanctions answer economic or political penalties imposed by one country on another to force a change in policy question appeasement answer a policy of making […]

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World War 2 Terms APUSH

question neutrality acts answer created to limit american participation in a European War. prevented americans from selling munitions to belligerents. question Good neighbor Policy answer stressed nonintervention in latin america, it was begun under Herbert Hoover but is associated with FDR question Fall of France answer as the successful German invasion of ______ and the […]

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world war 2 battles in europe

question who was winning the and who was losing in the beginning of the war? answer -allied powers were losing -axis powers winning by a lot on Europe and pacific (from taking land) question who were the axis powers answer Japan, Italy, and Germany question who were the allied powers answer United States, Great Britain, […]

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World War 2 Review

question Nonaggression pact answer Joseph Stalin’s ten year agreement with Hitler in return of no Russia invasion while Hitler grants Stalin more territory. The secret part of the pact demonstrated that Germany and the Soviet Union agreed on dividing Poland between them, while agreeing that the USSR could conquer Finland , and the Baltic counties […]

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Ch. 11 World War 2

question Section 1 answer question Dropping large amounts of bombs to inflict maximum damage answer Saturation bombing question general known as Blood and Guts answer George S Platton Jr. question dropping bombs that target key political and industrial centers answer strategic bombing question accepting defeat without any concessions answer unconditional surrender question led the Allied […]

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World War 1: 1914-1919

question Causes of World War 1 answer 1. Imperialism 2. Militarism 3. Nationalism question Imperialsim answer When a nation builds an empire by taking over smaller less powerful countries. question Militarism answer Glorification of the military. question Nationalism answer Having pride in your nation or ethnic group. question How did the alliance systems cause the […]

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The Heritage Of The Great War

question the three -isms answer militarism imperialism industrialism nationalism question militarism answer having a large, standing army to show military dominance in comparison to other nations; significant because nations competed to have the “better” military question industrialism answer question imperialism answer question nationalism answer question The Triple Alliance answer Austria-Hungary, Germany, Italy question In what […]

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World War 1 and Russian Revolution Study Guide

question The Triple Alliance answer The countries Germany, Austria-Hungary, and The Ottoman Empire, they started WWI. question The Triple Entente answer The countries Great Britain, France, and the Russian Empire. (The good guys) question Militarism answer the belief or desire of a government or people that a country should maintain a strong military capability and […]

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World War 2 Test Study Guide

question Dictator answer a ruler who has absolute power question Blitzkrieg answer “Lighting war”, typed of fast-moving warfare used by German forces against Poland in 1939 question Totalitarian State answer country where a single party controls the government and every aspect of the lives of the people question Fascism answer a political system headed by […]

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World War 1 Study Guide

question The Fourteen Points answer Wilson’s proposition for world peace and democracy after the horrors of the global conflict in WWI. It was viewed with mixed reaction from many Americans who wanted to return to post-war isolationism and those that wanted America to play a large role in post-war peace question Rationing answer a limited […]

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Test Answers on World War 2 Study Guide

question Appeasement answer A policy of making concessions to an aggressor in the hopes of avoiding war. Associated with Neville Chamberlain’s policy of making concessions to Adolf Hitler. question Lend-Lease Act answer 1941 law that authorized the president to aid any nation whose defense he believed was vital to American security question Office of War […]

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