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Type of government that attempts to assert total control over the lives of its citizens.
a) Totalitarianism b) Socialism c) Fascism d) None of the above
A ruler who has total power over a country and its people.
a) Ill Duce b) President c) Dictator d) Prime Minister
When a government completely controls all parts of people’s lives.
a) Democracy b) Dictatorship c) Communism d) Fascism
A totalitarian government where its goal is to form a society where everything is shared equally.
a) Democracy b) Nazism c) Communism d) Fascism
A war fought from 1939 to 1945 between the Axis powers and the Allied powers.
a) World War II b) World War I c) Imperialism d) Age of Discovery
The alliance formed between Germany, Japan, and Italy during WWII.
a) Allied Powers b) Power Rangers c) Axis Powers d) Central Powers
.The alliance formed between Britain, France, USA, and Soviet Union (and Canada) during WWII.
a) Star Troopers b) Central Powers c) Axis Powers d) Allied Powers
The act of giving something to an aggressive power to keep the peace.
a) Bribery b) Appeasement c) Peace d) Giving candy to a baby
The belief that a country should not be involved with other countries.
a) Keeping it quiet b) Communism c) Isolationism d) Appeasement
The killing of large groups of people who belong to a particular racial, political, or cultural group.
a) Massacre b) Genocide c) Crime d) None of the above
On December 7, 1941, the US military base on Hawaii was bombed by Japan, bringing the United States into World War II.
a) World War I b) World War II c) Pearl Jam d) Pearl Harbor
Detention centers where more than 100,000 Japanese Americans were relocated during World War II by order of the President.
a) Prison Camps b) Work Camps c) Internment Camps d) Concentration Camps
On June 6, 1944, 60,000 American and Allied troops surprised attacked the Germans at Normandy.
a) V-Day b) D-Day c) VE Day d) VJ Day
May 8, 1945 Germany surrendered to the Allies. Also known as Victory in Europe Day.
a) D-Day b) V-Day c) VJ Day d) VE Day
September 2, 1945 Japan ceased fighting in World War II and surrendered. Also known as Victory over Japan.
a) VJ Day b) VE Day c) V-Day d) D-Day
Which dictator believed in Communism?
a) Tojo b) Hitler c) Stalin d) Mussolini
Which dictator believed in Nazism?
a) Hitler b) Stalin c) Franco d) Mussolini
Which dictator believed in Fascism?
a) Stalin b) Tojo c) Mussolini d) Franco
Which dictator remained neutral in World War II?
a) Stalin b) Franco c) Mussolini d) Hitler
Which dictator was promoted as a military dictator and responsible for Pearl Harbor?
a) Mussolini b) Hitler c) Stalin d) Tojo
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