AIR US History From Isolation To World War II: Question Preview (ID: 27858)

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What foreign policy position did the Neutrality Acts reflect?
a) isolationism b) Big Stick Diplomacy c) imperialism d) Good Neighbor Policy
Which factor most influenced the United States to move away from Isolationism?
a) German, Italian and Japanese military aggression b) Soviet Union expansion into Eastern Europe c) political instability in oil-rich countries in the Middle East d) enforcement of the Roosevelt Corollary in Latin America
Which of these US Policies DO NOT reflect US involvement in Europe during the 1930’s?
a) Neutrality Acts b) Atlantic Charters c) Cash and Carry d) Lend-Lease
True/ False: The Monroe Doctrine reflects Us Involvement in Europe during the 1930’s.
a) False b) True c) d)
True/ False: Rationing limiting certain foods is an example of how war time mobilization impacted the lives of domestic civilians.
a) True b) False c) d)
True/ False: Women left their families to serve in the war.
a) False b) True c) d)
To help produce more weapons for the war, what happened?
a) Factory reorganization b) The draft c) Rationing d) Victory Gardens
What is the draft?
a) When men are called to serve in the military during a time of war b) When women are called to serve in the military during a time of war c) When dogs are called to serve in the military during a time of war d) When men are told not to serve in them military
What is Internment?
a) When Japanese Americans were forced to move and live in concentration camps b) When Jewish people were forced to move and live in concentration camps c) When Japanese Americans were sent out of the country d) When Germans were forced out of the United States
Why did the United States enter WWII?
a) Japan bombed Pearl Harbor b) Hitler assassinated the president c) Germany bombed Pearl Harbor d) We felt like it
Who was the President of the United States during WWII?
a) Franklin Roosevelt b) Teddy Roosevelt c) John F. Kennedy d) Barrack Obama
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