Chapter 27 – World War II (1935-1945). Section 2 – The War Begins. War in Asia. 1937 – Japan begins an all-out war against China. Planes bombed cities. Thousands of civilians killed. Japanese troops occupied northern and central China.
Section 2 –
The War Begins
Invaded Manchuria, China
All-out war against China
Why was the US concerned about this?
Both A and B
Why did the US not take a firm stand against the Japanese?
Internationalist feelings in the US
Isolationist feelings in the US
Many Japanese living in US.Review – Pull out your ABCD cards
Because Germany invaded the Rhineland
Because Germany took over Austria
Because Germany took over Czechoslovakia
Because Hitler said he thought western Czechoslovakia should be part of Germany
When one gives in to aggression in an attempt to avoid war, it is called:
Hitler felt it was safe to invade Poland because:
The Munich Conference said Hitler could have Poland
Hitler and Stalin agreed to divide Poland.
England, France and the US promised not to attack Germany.
All of the above.Review – Pull out your ABCD cards
What do these countries have in common: Denmark, Norway, Holland, Belgium and France?
They were all part of the Axis Powers
They were countries that Britain invaded in 1940
They were countries that Germany invaded in 1940
They were countries that Russia invaded in 1940
Why was Britain not in the list of countries in the first question?
Britain is a group of islands and the others were all on the mainland of Europe.
The British speak English and the other countries do not.
Britain invaded Germany in 1940 instead of Germany invading Britain.
Britain successfully defended itself against Germany in 1940.Review – Pull out your ABCD cards
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What did FDR want that resulted in the compromise “cash-and-carry” plan?
Allow government to sell weapons to warring nations
A “checks-only” policy
Allow government to sell weapons only to countries not at war.
Why did FDR say the US should be the “great arsenal of democracy”?
In September of 1940, what did Congress create?
The first peacetime draft in US history
A constitutional amendment to keep presidents from running for more than 2 terms
A law allowing weapons manufacturers to sell to whatever countries they wanted.
None of the above
What was the Lend-Lease Act?
What was the Atlantic Charter?Review – Pull out your ABCD cards