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World War II Vocabulary. fascism. a totalitarian government that glorifies one race , one nation and war; characterized by a strong dictator ; socioeconomic control ; and, suppression of opposition. dictator. one person who has total control of a country. rhetoric.

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fascism
fascism

a totalitarian government that glorifies one race, one nation and war; characterized by a strong dictator; socioeconomic control; and, suppressionof opposition

dictator
dictator

one person who has total control of a country

rhetoric
rhetoric

the art of making persuasive speeches to influence the thought and conduct of an audience

appeasement
appeasement

to give in to someone who is threatening to fight in order to keep the peace

concession
concession

the act of conceding or yielding a privilege, an item, or an argument

internment
internment

to confine and watch a group of people for the protection of society, especially in wartime

genocide
genocide

attempting to or eliminating an entire race of people

anti semitic
anti-semitic

strong dislike of Jewish people

holocaust
Holocaust

systematic mass execution of millions of people during WWII by the Nazis

rationing
rationing

Controlling the amount of something (i.e. sugar; gasoline; plastic)

embargo
embargo

Not allowing a shipment of goods into or out of a nation’s ports

blitzkrieg
Blitzkrieg

Lightening warfare;

German military strategy during WWII

superpowers
superpowers

U.S. and Soviet Union after WWII