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Japanese Americans weren't sent to camps for being successful. Japanese Americans were forced to relocate to guarded camps because they were becoming successful businesspeople.
a) True b) False c) d)
The blood bank was very important during the war. Which of the following contains a list of innovations that resulted from the challenges posed by World War II?
a) the jeep, landing craft, blood bank b) torpedoes, planes, the use of ether c) landing craft, balloons, smallpox vaccine d) the jeep, submarines, surgery
Fighting two fronts is a challenge. Which of the following statements correctly summarizes the difficulties of fighting a two-front war?
a) It was impossible to keep forces in two theaters supplied with ammunition. b) It was a challenge to decide how to divide forces and protect two coasts. c) It was difficult to enlist enough soldiers and sailors to supply forces on two fronts. d) It was nearly impossible to keep lines of communication open to both fronts.
Airpower had a mechanical impact on the war. Which of the following statements describes one way in which the use of airpower during World War II changed warfare?
a) Airpower meant less destruction and fewer deaths. b) Airpower made killing a mechanical act rather than a personal act. c) Airpower was not effective without unbreakable codes. d) Airpower did not change the way wars are fought.
The military used codes. Which of the following statements about codes and code breakers is true?
a) Codes were not used during World War II because they had become too easy to break. b) Codes were used during the war but were not useful. c) Military commanders used codes to communicate secretly. d) Code breakers were never able to break enemy codes.
Anti-semitism is hatred toward Jews. Hitler built up hostility against the Jews by incorrectly blaming them for Germany’s problems of inflation, debt, and economic depression. What is this hostility towards Jews called?
a) anti-Jewism b) anti-Semitism c) Nazism d) economic blame
Hitler did not care about the Jews. What was the purpose of Hitler's concentration camps?
a) to educate German Jews in Nazi philosophy b) to train German youth to fight c) to provide a safe haven for those being persecuted by the Nazis d) to detain and kill Jews
Roosevelt believed the US was in danger. We must recognize the impending danger to the United States. The Lend-Lease Act is needed to support the war in Europe.
a) Billy Mitchell b) Franklin Roosevelt c) an isolationist d) a pacifist
Isolationists don't want to get involved. There is no need for us to involve ourselves in the business of Italy. We should deal with our own affairs alone.
a) Billy Mitchell b) Franklin Roosevelt c) an isolationist d) a pacifist
Pacifists don't want to fight in war. I must take a stand against war. I cannot support killing another human being. If we demonstrate peace, others may follow.
a) Billy Mitchell b) Franklin Roosevelt c) an isolationist d) a pacifist
Billy Mitchell was an Colonel in the Air Force. We need to be prepared. We need to build up our air force and we need to build more aircraft carriers for our navy. The oceans will no longer protect us.
a) Billy Mitchell b) Franklin Roosevelt c) Albert Einstein d) a pacifist
What scientist said this? The president must consider the possibility of developing the atomic bomb. I believe it will be done and I think we must do it before the Germans do.
a) Billy Mitchell b) Franklin Roosevelt c) Albert Einstein d) a pacifist
Germany invading Poland didn't have a positive impact. What event triggered World War II?
a) Germany's annexation of Austria b) Germany's invasion of Poland c) Germany's occupation of the Sudetenland d) Germany's invasion of France
Japan became aggressive to the US. What event brought the United States into World War II?
a) Germany's bombing of English cities b) Germany's final solution for the Jews--the Holocaust c) Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor d) Italy's invasion of Ethiopia
The US didn't get involved in the war until after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. Which of the following was not one of the major events of World War II prior to December 1941?
a) Democratic countries in Europe appeased Hitler by letting Hitler take the Sudetenland, Czechoslovakia, and Austria. b) Germany invaded Poland, bringing Great Britain, France, and the United States into the war. c) Japan occupied Manchuria and other parts of China. d) Japan invaded French Indochina and threatened Thailand, the Philippines, and other Pacific nations.
Hitler wanted to get rid of all of the Jewish people. What was the final solution?
a) Germany's determination to pay off its World War I debts b) Germany's plan to exterminate all the Jewish people in Europe c) Russia's answer to the problems brought about by famine d) Europe's strategy for solving the problem of declining resources
Many children were sent to camps. What happened to the German children Hitler was willing to ship out of the country?
a) They were separated and sent to several different countries. b) They were sent to death camps in Germany. c) The United States allowed them to immigrate. d) German families took them in and protected them.
Hitler sent all kinds of people to the camps. Whom did Hitler send to the death camps?
a) Jews b) the handicapped c) people who did not agree with him d) all of the above
Japanese American people were active during camps. As a result of being interned against their will, most Japanese Americans lost interest in life and did very little in the camps.
a) True b) False c) d)
Japanese Americans had to move quickly to camps. As a result of being interned against their will, most Japanese Americans lost interest in life and did very little in the camps.
a) True b) False c) d)
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