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Quiz – Modern U.S. . Attitude of Americans toward European affairs in the 1930s. isolationism. Official policy of the United States toward European conflicts in the 1930s. neutrality. Leader of fascist Italy. Mussolini. Leader of Nazi Germany. Hitler. Military leader of Japan during WWII.

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    1. Quiz – Modern U.S.

    2. Attitude of Americans toward European affairs in the 1930s • isolationism

    3. Official policy of the United States toward European conflicts in the 1930s • neutrality

    4. Leader of fascist Italy • Mussolini

    5. Leader of Nazi Germany • Hitler

    6. Military leader of Japan during WWII • Tojo

    7. Emperor of Japan during WWII • Hirohito

    8. First Act of Japanese aggression during the 1930s • Invasion of Manchuria

    9. Howthe U.S. attempted to stop Japanese aggression (1930s) • embargo

    10. The agreement that Hitler broke by invading Czechoslovakia • Munich Pact

    11. The German action that began World War II • Invasion of Poland

    12. The new German style of war • blitzkrieg

    13. FDR’s first effort to aid Britain with weaponry • “cash and carry”

    14. Program of “ships for bases” • Lend-lease

    15. The statement of Allied Purpose signed by FDR and Churchill • Atlantic Charter

    16. 1941– What the U.S. was attacking before being attacked • German submarines

    17. The event that brought the U.S. into WWII • Pearl Harbor

    18. What Americans were encouraged to buy to support WWII • War bonds

    19. What Americans were encouraged to develop in their backyards to support WWII • Victory gardens

    20. The limiting of consumer goods during WWII • rationing

    21. Character who represented women’s role in WWII • Rosie the Riveter

    22. Labor leader who fought for non-discrimination in war time employment • Philip Randolph

    23. Immigrants who were encouraged to fill farm jobs during WWII • Mexicans

    24. What African American soldiers experienced in the army • segregation

    25. Treatment of Japanese Americans during WWII • internment

    26. Supreme court case that made Japanese internment constitutional • Korematsu

    27. The “Big Three” during WWII • U.S., Great Britain, U.S.S.R.

    28. Agreement the Soviet Union had signed with Germany in 1939 • Non-Aggression Pact

    29. U.S. program the Soviet Union utilized after being attacked by Germany • Lend - lease

    30. What the Soviet Union kept asking for between 1942 and 1944 • A second front

    31. The British Air force • RAF

    32. Germany’s effort to force Britain into surrender • Battle of Britain

    33. Britain and U.S. delayed the invasion of France in order to build these • Bombers

    34. What the U.S. was trying to protect by launching Operation Torch • Middle East oil fields

    35. The battle that turned the tide on the eastern front of WWII • Battle of Stalingrad

    36. Who took control of the Italian peninsula after Italy surrendered • Germany

    37. Code name for the invasion of Normandy • Operation Overlord

    38. The last German offensive • The Battle of the Bulge

    39. The U.S. strategy in the Pacific during WWII • Island Hopping

    40. 1942– Naval battle that put Japan on the defensive • Battle of Midway

    41. Two island battles that showed how costly an invasion of Japan would be • Iwo Jima and Okinawa

    42. Conference at which the U.S. sought Soviet aid in defeating Japan • Yalta

    43. Peninsula into which the Soviet Union moved as soon as the war in Europe was over • Korea

    44. Cities upon which the U.S. dropped atomic bombs • Hiroshima and Nagasaki

    45. The area that Soviet troops occupied at the end of WWII • Eastern Europe

    46. The laws that restricted the rights of German Jews • Nuremburg Laws

    47. Organized attacks on Jewish businesses in Germany • Kristallnacht

    48. The term Hitler used to refer to his effort to eliminate the Jews The final solution

    49. The trials of German war criminals • Nuremburg Trials

    50. What Nazi war criminals claimed in their defense • “We were just following orders”