Study guide for wwii

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  • 1. Study Guide for WWII <br />
    • Who were the allies of the US during WWII?
    • 2. Who were the allies of Germany during WWII?
    • 3. What were the three topics of the Neutrality Acts?
    • 4. What were the three ways that women were encouraged to support the war?
    • 5. What event brought the US into the war?
    • 6. Give 4 examples of how the US practiced isolationism before entering the war.
    • 7. Which countries were the first to be taken over by Hitler?
    • 8. What does appeasement mean?
    • 9. Give an example of how we appeased Hitler?
    • 10. What did the Non-Aggression Pact do?
    • 11. What did the Stimson Doctrine say?
    • 12. What is fascism?
    • 13. Explain how women, African Americans and Japanese Americans were treated before and during WWII?
    • 14. How did African Americans distinguish themselves in WWII?
    • 15. What happened at the Munich Conference?
    • 16. Why did the US drop the bomb on Japan?
    • 17. List 3 organizations that women joined in the military.
    • 18. Why did the US not join the League of Nations?
    • 19. What were Hitler’s goals in WWII? How did he want Europe to look?
    • 20. What was the Nye report?
    • 21. What happened with the Panay and how did that event show isolationism?
    • 22. What is sitzkreig?
    • 23. What is blitzkrieg?
    • 24. Who are issei?
    • 25. Who are nissei?
    • 26. Explain the outcome of the Korematsu case.
    • 27. What was the purpose of the Office of War Mobilization?
    • 28. Why did Americans on the homefront buy fewer consumer goods during the war?
    • 29. How did preparation for war help to save the US economy?
    • 30. What is the Double V campaign?
    • 31. Interventionists believed that we should help which country while still staying out of war.
    Study Guide for WWII <br />
    • Who were the allies of the US during WWII?
    • 32. Who were the allies of Germany during WWII?
    • 33. What were the three topics of the Neutrality Acts?
    • 34. What were the three ways that women were encouraged to support the war?
    • 35. What event brought the US into the war?
    • 36. Give 4 examples of how the US practiced isolationism before entering the war.
    • 37. Which countries were the first to be taken over by Hitler?
    • 38. What does appeasement mean?
    • 39. Give an example of how we appeased Hitler?
    • 40. What did the Non-Aggression Pact do?
    • 41. What did the Stimson Doctrine say?
    • 42. What is fascism?
    • 43. Explain how women, African Americans and Japanese Americans were treated before and during WWII?
    • 44. How did African Americans distinguish themselves in WWII?
    • 45. What happened at the Munich Conference?
    • 46. Why did the US drop the bomb on Japan?
    • 47. List 3 organizations that women joined in the military.
    • 48. Why did the US not join the League of Nations?
    • 49. What were Hitler’s goals in WWII? How did he want Europe to look?
    • 50. What was the Nye report?
    • 51. What happened with the Panay and how did that event show isolationism?
    • 52. What is sitzkreig?
    • 53. What is blitzkrieg?
    • 54. Who are issei?
    • 55. Who are nissei?
    • 56. Explain the outcome of the Korematsu case.
    • 57. What was the purpose of the Office of War Mobilization?
    • 58. Why did Americans on the homefront buy fewer consumer goods during the war?
    • 59. How did preparation for war help to save the US economy?
    • 60. What is the Double V campaign?
    • 61. Interventionists believed that we should help which country while still staying out of war.