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What is the English name for “Kristallnacht,” an attack instigated by the Gestapo against Jewish neighborhoods and businesses in Germany ?
After Ethiopian emperor Haile Selassie addressed the League of Nations with an impassioned plea for action after his country was overrun by the Italians, what action did the League take?
What term did the Nazis use to describe their need for more “living room” for the German people, land they planned to take from the Slavic peoples of Poland and Russia?
What country did Germany and the Soviet Union jointly invade in September 1939, an event which prompted Britain and France to declare war on Germany?
What was the name of Germany’s new military tactic of striking with tremendous speed and force, with the intention of knocking out your enemy before they can react to your attack?
After giving up on invading Britain, Germany focused on terror-bombing civilian targets with the hopes of weakening British morale. What do we call this period of attacks?
What city saw the bloodiest battle in human history, with possibly as many as 3 million casualties, and is the largest example of modern urban warfare?
What is the general term for the Nazis’ plan to exterminate the Jews and other “undesirables” through the use of death camps and forced labor?
What group was detained by the US government in “internment camps” for the entire duration of WWII due to fears of potential sabotage and espionage?
What do we call the US strategy of fighting for only strategically important islands in the Pacific, rather than trying to take back every island one at a time?