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War crimes trials for Axis leaders accused of crimes against humanity were held here after the war ended.
a) London and Washington, DC b) Nuremberg and Tokyo c) Moscow and Versailles d) Hiroshima and Nagasaki
What two Japanese cities were destroyed by atomic bombs at the end of WWII?
a) Tokyo and Kyoto b) Kyoto and Nagasaki c) Hiroshima and Tokyo d) Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Churchill, FDR, and Stalin met here and decided to divide Germany into four military zones after the war.
a) Yalta b) Berlin c) Normandy d) Okinawa
This was the top secret U.S. plan to build the atomic bomb.
a) Holocaust b) Manhattan Project c) Island Hopping d) D-Day
This person became U.S. president when FDR died on April 12, 1945.
a) Benito Mussolini b) George S. Patton c) Harry Truman d) Eleanor Roosevelt
U.S. strategy in the Pacific of attacking islands that were less well defended in order to launch attacks on Japanese ships.
a) Island Hopping b) Blitzkrieg c) Holocaust d) Kamikaze
Germany surrendered on May 8, 1945 which is also known as:
a) V-E Day b) D-Day c) V-J Day d) Armistice Day
U.S. stopped the Japanese advance in the Pacific with this 1942 victory.
a) Battle of Okinawa b) Battle of Guadalcanal c) Battle of Iwo Jima d) Battle of Midway
The Nazi planned killing of 11 million Jews and others targeted by Hitler.
a) Kamikaze b) Holocaust c) Blitzkrieg d) Manhattan Project
This was the invasion of German-occupied France on June 6, 1944.
a) V-J Day b) V-E Day c) D-Day d) A day that shall live in infamy
This is where the Soviets defeated the Nazis, stopping the German advance into Russia.
a) Poland b) Stalingrad c) Berlin d) North Africa
On December 7, 1941, this was attacked causing the U.S. to enter WWII.
a) The USS Maine b) The White House c) The U.S.-Mexico border d) Pearl Harbor
This allowed the U.S. to provide war supplies to Allied nations even before the U.S entered WWII.
a) Lend Lease Act b) Treaty of Versailles c) 18th Amendment d) the New Deal
This group included Germany, Italy, and Japan.
a) Allied Powers b) Axis Powers c) Central Powers d) League of Nations
When did Germany invade Poland starting WWII in Europe?
a) October 1929 b) December 1941 c) September 1939 d) May 1945
This person was the leader of Germany during WWII.
a) Benito Mussolini b) Joseph Stalin c) Harry Truman d) Adolf Hitler
This person was the leader of the Soviet Union during WWII.
a) Benito Mussolini b) Joseph Stalin c) Harry Truman d) Adolf Hitler
This person was the leader of Italy during World War II.
a) Benito Mussolini b) Joseph Stalin c) Harry Truman d) Adolf Hitler
Japan surrendered on August 15, 1945. This day is known as:
a) V-E Day b) V-J Day c) D-Day d) Black Tuesday
This term was used for Japanese suicide pilots in WWII.
a) Blitzkrieg b) Nazi c) Kamikaze d) Samurai
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