A. the Japanese would use the atomic bomb.
B. Japanese losses would be heavy.
C. Americans would suffer heavy losses.
D. Japan’s culture would be ruined.
A. Darwinian social struggle.
C. racism, especially anti-Semitism
A. fear Germany more then Stalin
B. be concerned about Italy;s expansion in Africa.
C. mobilize their military to enforce it.
D. not use force to maintain it.
A. World War I propaganda had exaggerated German atrocities.
B. Collaborators refused to help the Nazis hunt down Jews.
C. Allied forces chose to focus on ending the war.
D. Some people pretended not to notice.
A. Soviet Union
C. Great Britain
A. “Soviet Surprise”
B. “Iron Curtain”
D. “Steel Magnolia”
A. putting women to work in factories.
B. public works project and a rearmament program.
C. building more churches and universities.
D. passing the “Nuremberg Laws.”
A. Cold War
B. Yalta Era
C. Iron Curtain
D. Potsdam Period
A. the creation of Hitler’s secret police under Heinrich Himmler.
B. the inspiration for the anthem of the Nazi Party.
C. a destructive rampage against German Jews led by Nazis
D. the signing of Hitler’s agreement with Russia.
A. German control of Britain.
B. Japanese control of Poland.
C. Japanese domination if the Pacific.
D. Japanese rule of California.
B. Mein Kampf
A. invading Poland.
B. declaring war on Germany.
C. feeling that peace was secured.
D. feeling that war was at hand.
A. the reestablishment of the pre-war national boundaries
B. freely elected governments
C. widespread demilitarization
D. a joint British-Russian military presence
A. League of Nations mandates.
B. unconditional surrender.
C. the return of Poland.
D. an apology in writing.
A. gave up and focused their attention on the Soviet front.
B. tried ti speed them up using zepplins.
C. invaded England.
D. built special extermination camps in Poland.
A. “Slavery is freedom”
B. “Colonialism is God’s will”
C. “Rice for every worker.”
D. “Asia for the Asiatics.”
A. forced workers to work double and sometimes even triple shifts.
B. brought in Korean and Chinese laborers.
C. allowed women to hold jobs from which they had previously been banned.
D. developed robots.
A. a monarchy.
B. an industrial society.
C. an agricultural society.
D. a democracy.
A. help from the allies.
B. local collaborators.
C. large offices.
D. Italian helpers
A. a strategy in which armies rested very little between attacks to wear the enemy doen more quickly.
B. a form of attack that used tank divisions supported by air attacks.
C. an air force strategy that combined jets and helicopters in a single attack.
D. a new form of warfare that used airplanes exclusively for the first wave of attack.
A. launched a full-scale invasion of Southern China.
B. attacked the British colony on the Bataan Peninsula.
C. invaded Alaska.
D. launched a surprise attack on the U.S. Pacific fleet at Pearl Harbor.
A. allow the economy to re-build itself.
B. replace communism.
C. restore the Romanov dynasty.
D. create a permanent capitalist system.
A. warfare between the West and Russia.
B. the League of Nations.
C. Germany being divided along a north-south line into East and West.
D. Europe being divided into North and South.
A. SLavic people.
A. Heinrich Himmler
B. Reinhard Heydrich
C. Heinrich Strasser
D. Adolf Hitler
A. invaded French Indochina.
B. taught Japan how to industrialize.
C. formed a front against Japan.
D. pretested at the League of Nations.
A. a no-man’s land corridor
B. new democracies.
C. satellite, pro-Soviet state governments.
D. demilitarized zones.
A. to establish a League of Nation organization after the war.
B. to defeat Germany and then unite against China.
C. to a partition of postwar Germany.
D. to end the League of NAtions mandates over the Middle Eastern countries.
D. ancient Greeks and Romans.
A. Pearl Harbor.
B. the Coral Sea.
C. Halfway Island.
D. Midway Island.
B. firm resistance
A. France and Britain.
B. the United States and Britain.
C. Stalin and the Communists.
D. Germany and Italy
A. Third Worker’s Party.
B. Third Depression.
C. Third Reichstag.
D. Third Reich, or German Empire.
A. they all had large middle classes.
B. the systems were weakened by repayments.
C. these states had little democratic tradition.
D. the citizens were too well educated.
A. resolve all future disagreements peacefully to avoid another such terrible war.
B. allow free elections in Africa.
C. the establishment of a United Nations organization after the war.
D. a military treaty pledging support to each other against any future attacks.
D. the Maginot Line