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World War II

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2.Countries that had an alliance to oppose German, Italian, and Japanese aggression, and included the US, Britain, and France
5.Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin met at here in 1945 to discuss peace settlements, and is sometimes referred to as the Crimea Conference
8.In the Battle ______ Sea in 1942, American carrier planes inflicted heavy damage in Japanese fleets and would prevent further invasion of New Guinea
10.These countries were united by their opposition to the Western countries and Soviet Union, and included Germany, Italy, Japan, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria
12.The Japanese invasion of Manchuria and an assault on China was the beginning of what the Japanese would refer to as the _______ War
16.These Acts were passed by Congress and was spurred by the growth of isolationism and non-interventionism but would later be repealed
17.Many Japanese Americans, after Pearl Harbor, were sent to these camps
18.One of the largest concentration camps that forced labor on its prisoners
20.The War began when _______ invaded Poland in 1939
21.Young girl who lived in Germany and hid away in an annex to prevent being captured
23.This was the primary source of news and entertainment for most American households during the war
27.Prime Minster from 1941 to 1944 of Japan, and was a strong supporter of the Tripartite Pact
30.Also known as U-Boats and was a strategy Germany used to counteract the naval blockades
31.The famous atomic bombs dropped in Japan were on Nagasaki and this other city
34.Operation ________ was the codename for Nazi Germany's invasion of the Soviet Union during World War II -- led to USSR joining the Allies
35.The Siege of ______ was fought between the German and Polish army in 1939, and this capital was surrendered to the Germans
36.The uses of these kind of weapons made this War the deadliest in history
37.Roosevelt also set up the Office of Scientific Research and Development where one of the main goals was to develop the ______ bomb
38.Western countries started a ______ blockade of Germany to destroy its economy and war effort
39.The Battle of the _______ was the first naval battle of WWII and took place in South America, and had the United Kingdom fighting Germany
40.Japan used the Three _____ Policy, also known as the scorched earth policy, and was adopted in China
1.This Senator presented the “cash and carry” concepts, which amended the Neutrality Acts where the US was allowed to sell supplies, but the countries had to come and pick it up themselves and pay in cash
3.Systematic mass murder of millions of Jews brought on by the Nazi Party and Hiter
4.The Siege of ______ was a military campaign in the Mediterranean that pitted Italy and Germany against Britain
6.This Pact established the Axis Powers of the World, which included Germany, Italy, and Japan
7.The first major Japanese defeat was at the Battle of _______ where American planes sank four Japanese aircraft carriers
9.Passenger liner from New York headed to Liverpool and was torpedoed by German U-Boats
11.Island ______ was a tactic where the American navy attacked islands that were controlled by the Japanese in the Pacific Ocean
13.Germany’s Air Force was known as this
14.The _______ for Bases Agreement stated that the United States agreed to a trade of American destroyers for British bases
15.Operation _______ was the largest seaborne invasion in history, involving over 156,000 troops crossing the English Channel from England to Normandy
18.The Lusitania was discovered to be carrying passengers, in addition to _______
19.The legal name for this act was “An Act to Further Promote the Defense of the United States”
22.The Greco-Italian War was a conflict between Italy and Greece and marked the beginning of the _______ Campaign in early the 1940s
24.The US resorted to an _______ policy toward the end of World War II and through the beginning of World War II
25.Hitler's autobiography, title translates to "My Struggle"
26.The Battle of the ______ was the longest continuous military campaign, and at its core was the Allied naval blockade of Germany
28.Although Germany was the main u-boat powerhouse, a major victory came for the British when they sunk this German ship in 1941
29.The USS ______ battleship that was bombed during the Pearl Harbor attack, killing over 1,000 officers and crewman
32.______ the Riveter was a star of a government campaign aimed at recruiting female workers
33.This German race was the superior race, according to Hitler
36.Pearl Harbor was a US ______ base

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