Cards in this guide (20)
What was part of the Marshall Plan
The United States sent money to Europe.
The United States agreed to pay to rebuild Europe.
What did prisoners wear in concentration camps
Black and white striped jumpsuits at some camps. At others, you
had but the shirt on your back.
Certain ethnic/religious groups were also forced to wear
identifying badges (Jews had the yellow star, Jehovah's Witnesses
had the purple triangle, homosexuals wore the pink triangle).
What war followed the great war
What are three countries that became communist following world war ii
Why were the Normandy landings historically significant
They forced the German army into retreat from France, allowing
the Allies to liberate the country.
Why was the Soviet Union able to prevent Germany from advancing toward Moscow
Answer this question…The Soviet army had more soldiers than the
German army, and German soldiers were not prepared for the harsh
What world leader signed a secret nonaggression pact with Germany
Joseph Stalin of the Soviet Union (USSR).
The secret Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact (1939), among others, allowed Germany and the USSR to divide Poland between them. However, on June 22, 1941, Hitler broke the treaty and invaded the USSR.
How did D-Day change the course of the war in Europe
Answer this question… D-Day was the first step in the Allied liberation of France.
It gave the Allies a foot hold on Europe to destroy German forces...
Why was the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor unsuccessful for Japan
Answer this question…The attack didn't destroy the entire U.S.
Which of the following describes a major impact of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
It served as a symbol of anti-Nazi resistance that inspired Jews in
How did the event known as Kristallnacht affect Jews living in Germany
It led to the mass removal of Jews to Nazi concentration
Which of the following terms describes the mistreatment of Jews that occurred in Europe in the centuries leading up to the Holocaust
Which of the statements explains one reason why the Allied leader's met at the Yalta and Potsdam conferences
They met to discuss the terms under which the Soviet Union would enter the war against Japan. APEX
Why did the united States support the formation of the north Atlantic treaty organization
To prepare for a potential conflict with the Soviet Union.
What illustrates one effect of the Yalta and potsdam conferences
The Alies agreed that International courts would prosecute Nazis for war crimes.
How were nazi prison camps established before the start of the holocaust different from those created after the holocaust
The nazis did not plan to murder all prisoners in camps built
before the holocaust
Which of they following countries aligned with the United States after world war 2
How do japans actions before and during world war ii compare with Germany's actions over the same period
Both countries became highly militaristic and built powerful
Examine the map and answer the following question Which inference does the locations of Nazi extermination camps support
Nazi leaders wanted to keep the existence of extermination camps secret.
What describes an attempt by western liberal democracies to increase their influence in Europe and slow the spread of communism following world war 2
The Marshall Plan sent United States monetary aid to Europe to
help with reconstruction.