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Jeopardy. WORLD WAR II. Click to begin. 1920s and 1930s. Mobilization!. Europe. Pacific. Pot Luck. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 20 Points. 20 Points. 20 Points. 20 Points. 20 Points. 30 Points. 30 Points. 30 Points. 30 Points. 30 Points. 40 Points.

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    1. Jeopardy WORLD WAR II Click to begin.

    2. 1920s and 1930s Mobilization! Europe Pacific Pot Luck 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points

    3. Appeasement was originally tried when Germany tried to take what territories?

    4. Rhineland and Sudetenland (10)

    5. What problems did Russia have with the Treaty?

    6. They did not get back their lands and were not invited to the negotiations (20)

    7. List one difference between fascism and communism

    8. Fascists were nationalists, communists were internationalists • Fascists did not want a classless society • (30)

    9. List two similarities between communism and fascism

    10. Ruled by dictators, one party system • Denied individual rights • State was supreme • No democracy • (40)

    11. How did Hitler consolidate power so he had complete control?

    12. Combined the position of Chancellor and President • Pushed through the Enabling Acts, suspending the civil rights of the German people • (50)

    13. What term is used to explain U.S. reluctance to enter WWII?

    14. Isolationism (10)

    15. How does FDR get the U.S. ready for war even before Pearl?

    16. Peacetime draft (20)

    17. Which group received the most unequal treatment in the armed services?

    18. African Americans (30)

    19. How was the Home Front in WWII similar to that in WWI?

    20. Economic control by gov’t • Rationing • Selling war bonds for $ • Total War!

    21. Explain the different steps in U.S. neutrality

    22. Neutrality Acts – no trade with belligerent nations • Neutrality Act – “Cash & Carry” belligerent nations can buy goods from the U.S. and pick them up themselves • Lend-Lease – U.S. will give war materials to Allied nations • (50)

    23. Germany’s battle strategy was called:

    24. Blitzkrieg (10)

    25. Explain the significance of the Battle of Britain

    26. First time Germany was unable to conquer their intended territory (20)

    27. What was Operation Torch?

    28. Allied landings in Africa – opening of a “second front” (30)

    29. Who led Allied troops in Europe?

    30. Dwight D. Eisenhower (40)

    31. Explain the results of the Yalta Conference.

    32. Laid out what would happen to Europe after the war ended • Ensured Soviets would enter war in Pacific after 2-3 months if they were given lands in China • Soviets came out on top of the negotiations! • (50)

    33. What did Japan need that made them start expanding?

    34. Oil Natural Resources (10)

    35. Why did the U.S. intern Japanese Americans?

    36. Prejudice! People were afraid they were spying on the U.S. (20)

    37. What was the significance of the Battle of Midway?

    38. Broke Japanese codes to win – decimated their aircraft carrier fleet (30)

    39. How was the Pacific theatre different from the European theatre?

    40. Was much more of a naval war than a land based war (40)

    41. List 2 reasons to drop the atomic bomb

    42. Keep the USSR out of the Pacific and keep them from gaining lands Land invasion would cost too many lives Part of a larger total war effort – Truman was responsible for American lives (50)

    43. What questionable medical treatment would FDR get?

    44. Cocaine for sinus infections (10)

    45. Where did Ms. Schram go to college?

    46. BOSTON COLLEGE

    47. Where is the furthest from NJ Ms. Schram has lived?

    48. Melbourne, Australia

    49. How tall was Ms. Schram’s grandpa?

    50. 6’8”