- The result of this led Hitler to call off the invasion of Britain indefinitely.
- a policy allowing the president to provide arms to certain foreign countries
- the deliberate extermination of a specific group of people
- Leader who disapproved of the policy of appeasement
- Leader whose political philosophy was based on both nationalism and racism
- dismal, overcrowded, segregated Jewish areas in cities that were sealed off with barbed wire and stone walls.
- Joseph Stalin and Benito Mussolini disagree on
- Stripped Jews of their civil rights and property if they tried to leave Germany; forced Jews to wear Jewish stars sewn to their clothing
- Japan took over French military bases in Indochina. In response, the United States placed a(n) ___ on Japan.
- Country that began the war in an alliance with Germany but ended the war fighting against Germany
- Gangs of Nazi thugs broke the windows of Jewish homes, businesses, and synagogues
- Prior to the invasion of Poland, this is what Germany and the Soviet Union agreed to.
- In 1938, this country was Germany’s first target.
- This nation won the Battle of Britain.
- Leader who made concessions to Hitler in hopes of ending German aggression
- Leader whose totalitarian regime was based on a communist philosophy
- Prime Minister of England who declared peace in our time
- group of people suffered 6 million deaths during the Holocaust
- After the fall of France, he set up a government in exile in Britain.
- Country that, with England, declared war on Germany after the German invasion of Poland
- Leader that transformed the Soviet Union from a rural nation into an industrial power
- This country invaded Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg.
- The belief in the superiority of Aryans and the inferiority of Jews and other non-Aryans; belief that inferior groups threatened the strength and purity of the “master race” was justification for the __________.
- Crowded wooden barracks infested with rats and fleas; meager meals; long, hard work; constant threat of being beaten or killed describes
- Congress boosted defense spending and created the first peacetime ___ in U.S. history.
- Policy carried out by Germany using a strategy called blitzkrieg
- Churchill and Roosevelt met secretly aboard the U.S.S. Augusta. Together, they drafted the ___.
- Country that was split between Germany and the Soviet Union near the beginning of the war
- Japan launched a surprise attack on the naval base at ___.
- Winston Churchill opposed this treaty signed by Hitler and Neville Chamberline
- Leader of the fascist government in Italy
- Dictator of Spain
- Who or what did President Roosevelt describe as “the rattlesnakes of the Atlantic”?
- Adolf Hitler opposed this treaty that ended WWI
- country that finally forced the United States to enter the war
- Policy of submittion to Hitler’s demands
- Military attack using surprise and overwhelming force
- signed a nonaggression pact with Germany
- Germany bombing of Britain for two months is known as ______.
- Germany, Italy, and Japan were called the ___ powers.
- After promising his emperor that he would try to maintain peace, Japanese Prime Minister ___ ordered the Japanese navy to prepare for attack on the United States.