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A group of isolationists that included aviator Charles Lindbergh formed the
a) Americans for Peace Committee.
b) America First Committee.
c) Neutrality Now League.
d) American Anti-War League.

Congress passed Neutrality Acts that were designed to
a) support other neutral states around the world.
b) support other nations in the Western Hemisphere.
c) limit international involvement.
d) allow nations to purchase weapons on credit.

During the 1930s, the United States focused largely on
a) preparing for war.
b) domestic affairs.
c) international affairs.
d) international and domestic affairs.

In the Manchurian Incident, the Japanese army
a) acted on its own to overrun the whole of Manchuria.
b) consulted with the Japanese government before entering Manchuria.
c) was run out of Manchuria by the Chinese.
d) made a pact with Russia in order to occupy Manchuria.

In September 1940, Japan allied itself with
a) the Axis Powers.
b) the Allies.
c) the Chinese.
d) the Dutch East Indies.

Why did two Chinese leaders, Jiang Jieshi and Mao Zedong, unite?
a) to help form the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere
b) to fight the Japanese
c) to defend the Burma Road
d) to set up a puppet state in Manchuria

What was Manchukuo?
a) part of the Dutch East Indies
b) a town along the Burma Road
c) puppet state after Manchuria
d) an important Japanese city

Which was the real motive behind the Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere?
a) Japan wanted to liberate Asia from European colonizers.
b) China wanted to expand its influence to the south.
c) Japan, China, and Korea wanted to share their common natural resources.
d) Japan wanted the region’s natural resources for its war against China.

By the beginning of World War I, Japan had
a) been partly dominated by China.
b) become a neutral country.
c) become the strongest East Asian nation.
d) encouraged Korean self-rule.

Who inspired the British people to resist the German invasion?
a) Charles de Gaulle
b) Franklin D. Roosevelt
c) Winston Churchill
d) Jose Stalin

In what battle did Hitler launch the greatest air assault the world had yet seen?
a) Battle of Paris
b) Battle of Britain
c) Battle of Dunkirk
d) Battle of Stalingrad

The Vichy government of France adopted which of the following policies after
a) resistance
b) surrender
c) appeasement
d) collaboration

Where did one of the greatest rescues in the history of warfare take place?
a) Dunkirk
b) Paris
c) Warsaw
d) London

Hitler signed a Nonaggression Pact with
a) Britain.
b) the Soviet Union.
c) France.
d) Poland.

Hitler used which of the following military strategies when invading Poland?
a) a sitzkrieg
b) the Maginot Line
c) a blitzkrieg
d) U-boat attack

What historical event contributed to the rise of fascism in both Italy and Germany, and to the rise of totalitarianism in the Soviet Union?
a) the Spanish Civil War
b) the Russian Revolution
c) the Nuremberg Party rally
d) World War I

Nazism was an extreme form of
a) communism.
b) fascism.
c) nationalism.
d) none of the above

In order to modernize agriculture in the Soviet Union, Joseph Stalin
a) encouraged small farmers to buy modern farm equipment.
b) provided state funds to small farmers for more modern equipment.
c) demanded that all farmers raise their levels of production.
d) combined small family farms into collective farms run by the state.

Which militant Japanese general became prime minister in October of 1941?
a) Hideki Tojo
b) Hirota Koki
c) P’u-I
d) Manchukuo

All of the following events led up to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor except
a) Japanese forces took control of French Indochina.
b) a group of isolationists formed to block aid to Britain.
c) President Roosevelt froze Japanese financial assets in the United States.
d) the Japanese looked to the Dutch East Indies for oil.

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