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Which event prompted the US to enter WWII?
a) Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor
b) Hitler killing Jews in concentration camps
c) US bombed Japan
d) Germany invaded Poland

When did WWII end?
a) 1945
b) 1944
c) 1940
d) 1941

Who was the president of the US that decided to drop the atomic bomb on Japan?
a) Roosevelt
b) Truman
c) Lincoln
d) Washington

Joseph Stalin was the leader of which nation?
a) Japan
b) Germany
c) Soviet Union
d) Great Britain

Who was president of the US when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor? He was also the only president to serve 4 terms
a) Woodrow Wilson
b) Richard Nixon
c) Harry Truman
d) Franklin Roosevelt

Which of the following was not a main cause of WWII?
a) The failure of the Treaty of Versailles
b) The rise of Hitler gaining power from a struggling Germany
c) The buildup of arms and money in Germany leftover from WWI
d) The failure of the League of Nations

How did the US feel about entering WWII at the beginning of the war?
a) US wanted to remain neutral
b) US did not want to enter the war no matter what
c) US wanted to wait until Germany gained more allies
d) US wanted to enter the war and stop Germany

What event started WWII?
a) Japan bombed Pearl Harbor
b) HItler killed Jews in concentration camps
c) United States bombed Japan
d) Germany invaded Poland

Which country was not part of the Axis powers?
a) Germany
b) United States
c) Italy
d) Japan

Where is Pearl Harbor located?
a) Okinawa
b) Hiroshima
c) Nagasaki
d) Hawaii

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