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Sold to help pay for war; kept inflation down. Blitzkrieg. D-Day. Provided pro-Allied, anti-Axis posters and movies. Showed individuals are responsible for their actions, even in wartime. African American pilots used to escort bomber planes. Tuskegee Airmen.

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D day

Sold to help pay for war; kept inflation down

Blitzkrieg

D-Day

Provided pro-Allied, anti-Axis posters and movies

Showed individuals are responsible for their actions, even in wartime

African American pilots used to escort bomber planes

Tuskegee Airmen

Commander in North Africa and Sicily; used tanks well

Good Neighbor Policy

Allied Powers at start of WW II

Island hopping

Britain, France, US

George Patton

Strategy of liberating Japanese control, one at a time

Dictator in Germany; more brutal than Stalin

Korematsu

Adolf Hitler


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Hitler's plan to murder all European Jews

60 miles; 5,000 Americans died

Vernon Baker

US destroys 4 Japanese aircraft carriers; halted Japanese advance

Nuremberg Trials

Battle of Midway

Regulating amount of goods consumers can obtain

1st city targeted by atomic bomb

Omar Bradley

Led first army to land in France

US would not interfere in Latin America

Hiroshima

Rationing

Soviet Union, Germany, Italy, Japan

Sued US for trying to evict him from his home

Axis powers at start of WW II


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Relocation of Japanese Americans to internment camps

The idea that peaceful nations band together to stop aggressors

Executive Order 9066

Political party that took advantage of fears to gain power

Used to treat soldiers battle wounds

Soviet Union, Britain, France, US

Victory Gardens

German National Socialists (Nazis)

Ensured there was enough food for troops and home

Antibiotics

Attacked on December 7, 1941; brought US into WW II

Selling of non-military goods to Britain and other countries

Pearl harbor, Hawaii

Rapid movement of tanks, troops, and airplanes

Office of War Information

War Bonds


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President who decided to use the atomic bomb

Collective security

Harry S. Truman

Used to send supplies to China; destroyed 300 Japanese aircrafts

Established dictatorship in Soviet Union

Navajo Code Talkers

Used to communicate without being found out

Joseph Stalin

Flying Tigers

Allies after 1941

Commander in charge of D-Day invasion

Dwight Eisenhower

cash-and-carry

African American awarded Distinguished Service Cross

Invasion of beaches of Normandy

Bataan Death March

Final Solution


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