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Causes of WWII Quiz. 5 Minutes to study!. Vocabulary. Using American Journey, define each word in your history notebook with a sentence or picture. Franklin Delano Roosevelt: President for most of WWII Harry Truman: (pg 824) Ration: (glossary or page 817) Pearl Harbor: (page 813)

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causes of wwii quiz
Causes of WWII Quiz

5 Minutes to study!

vocabulary
Vocabulary

Using American Journey, define each word in your history notebook with a sentence or picture.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt: President for most of WWII

Harry Truman: (pg 824)

Ration: (glossary or page 817)

Pearl Harbor: (page 813)

Internment Camps: (page 819 or glo)

the war begins
The War Begins

September 1, 1939: Germany attacks Poland, marks the start of WWII

September 3, 1939: Great Britain and France declare war on Germany

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April 1940: Capture Denmark and Norway

Germany soldiers march into Norway

france is invaded
France is Invaded

May 1940: Attack Netherlands and Belgium (between Germany and France)

Attack Ardennes (between France and Belgium) and started to march towards Paris

June 22, 1940: France surrenders to Germany

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Battle of Britain: August to October 1940: Germany sends aircraft across the English Channel to attack Britain, specifically their Royal Airforce (RAF)
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London Blitz: attacking civilians and terrorizing British ports and cities

Early 1941: Hitler calls off his plans to invade Britain

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June 1941: Hitler broke his non-aggression pact with the Soviet Union and invades

3 million Germans attack, but the Soviet Union does not collapse, Germans do not reach Leningrad and Moscow

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June 1941: Japan moves it’s forces into French Indochina

December 7, 1941: Japan attacks Pearl Harbor