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Which of the following is NOT a reason for the high number of displaced persons after WWII?
a) The United States deported thousands of Japanese-Americans to Japan.
b) Border changes caused people to find themselves in the wrong country.
c) Prisoners of war tried to return to their homelands.
d) Holocaust survivors searched desperately for missing loved ones.

Which of the following nations paid the greatest price in terms of the number of lives lost during WWIIr?
a) Soviet Union
b) Germany
c) Japan
d) France

Which of the following factors led to the fall of France to the Nazis?
a) all of these
b) the fall of Dunkirk
c) evacuation of the British forces
d) the fall of Paris

Which of the following did Stalin repeatedly urge Churchill and Roosevelt to do in order to relieve German pressure on Soviet armies?
a) invade Germany through France in the west
b) use atomic bombs on Germany
c) invade Germany through Italy in the south
d) invade Germany directly by air

Which of the following battles marked the final German offensive of WWII?
a) Battle of the Bulge
b) Battle of Stalingrad
c) Battle of Leyte Gulf
d) Battle of El Alamein

Which of the following cities was NOT extensively damaged during WWII?
a) Paris, France
b) Tokyo, Japan
c) Warsaw, Poland
d) Berlin, Germany

Which general led the victorious troops in the Battle of El Alamein?
a) Bernard Montgomery
b) Erwin Rommel
c) Friedrich von Paulus
d) Dwight D. Eisenhower

Where were atomic bombs dropped?
a) Hiroshima and Nagasaki
b) Tokyo and Hong Kong
c) Dresden and Berlin
d) Leyte Island and Midway

What was the significance of the Atlantic Charter both during and after the war?
a) It upheld rights of free trade and choice of government, and it became the plan for postwar peace.
b) It was signed on a ship in the Atlantic where the U.S. Navy would soon enter an undeclared naval war with Germany.
c) It established an alliance between Great Britain and the United States to oversee postwar peace.
d) It cut off trade with Axis Powers and established trade embargoes for the postwar era.

Which of the following occurred on D-Day?
a) the Allied invasion of France
b) the Allied invasion of Italy
c) the Allied bombing of Hiroshima
d) the Allied bombing of Nagasaki

Which of the following was addressed by the Nuremberg Trials?
a) the Holocaust
b) the use of nuclear bombs
c) the firebombing of Dresden
d) the internment of Japanese-American citizens

Which of the following was the location of a Nazi extermination camp?
a) Auschwitz
b) Dresden
c) Warsaw
d) Berlin

Who was the supreme commander of the Western Allied forces in Europe?
a) General Dwight D. Eisenhower
b) General George Patton
c) General Erwin Rommel
d) General Bernard Montgomery

Why did President Truman agree to use the atomic bomb?
a) to bring the war to the quickest possible end
b) to destroy weapons plants in Japan
c) to punish Japan for Pearl Harbor
d) to revenge those who died in the Bataan Death March

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