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A war fought from 1939 to 1945 between the Axis powers — Germany, Italy, and Japan — and the Allies, including France and Britain, and later the Soviet Union and the United States.
a) WW1 b) WW2 c) Vietnam War d) Civil War
Idea that the United States should avoid involvement in world affairs.
a) Isolationist b) Expansionist c) Imperialism d) Fascism
U.S. policy emphasizing cooperation and trade rather than military force to maintain stability in the Western Hemisphere.
a) Big Stick b) Roosevelt Corollary c) Good Neighbor d) Containment
Banned the export and transportation of arms to nations at war and were attempt to isolate the U.S. from the problems erupting in Asia and Europe.
a) The Neutrality Acts b) Lend-Lease c) Axis Powers d) NAFTA
Allowed Great Britain and France to acquire any items except arms from the US, as long as they immediately paid for the items and carried them on non-American ships
a) Isolationist b) The Draft c) Armed and Dangerous Policy d) Cash and Carry Policy
Allowed sales or loans of war materials to any country whose defense the president deems vital to the defense of the U.S
a) Lend-Lease b) Good Neighbor Acts c) Neutrality Acts d) Isolationist
Alliance of Germany, Italy, and Japan during World War II.
a) Allied Powers b) Foreign Powers c) Axis Powers d) The Red Powers
1941-Pledge signed by US president FDR and British prime minister Winston Churchill not to acquire new territory as a result of WWII amd to work for peace after the war
a) Expansionism b) Containment c) Atlantic Charter d) Treaty of Versailles
U.S. Naval Base in Hawaii that was bombed by Japan on December 7, 1941. It ended U.S. isolationist policies and led the U.S. declare war on Japan on December 8, 1941.
a) 9/11 b) Pearl Harbor c) Battle of Antietam d) D-Day
the process of assembling troops and supplies and making them ready for war
a) Assembization b) Transformation c) Cash and Carry d) Mobilization
Rationing Restricting the amount of food and other goods people may buy during wartime to assure adequate supplies for the military
a) Rationing b) Mobilization c) Total War d) The Draft
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