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... Nazi Party?
• Why were the Western democracies unable to find a way to contain
or stop Hitler from rearming and seizing one territory after another
in the run up to all-out war?
• What led the Japanese to attack the U.S., thereby provoking it into
entering the war in the Pacific?
• What advantages u ...
World War 2 Study Guide Identify in detail: Sudetenland Battle of
... Answer the following questions:
1. List the Allied Powers.
2. List the Axis Powers.
3. What area of Czechoslovakia did Hitler demand? Did he get it?
4. What was the agreement between Hitler and Mussolini?
5. What event spurred France and Great Britain to declare war on Germany?
6. What country did H ...
... • The Treaty of
Versailles, that ended
World War I,
German economy. This
was made worse by
the Great Depression.
determined to regain
power and status.
Adolf Hitler was able
to gain support and
take power in
Germany- forming a
World War II
... and leader of Germany from 1934 until
until his death. He was the leader of the
National Socialist German Workers Party,
better known as the Nazis Party.
What Began the World War II?
... Behind them they left chaos, 2403 dead, 188
destroyed planes, and 8 damaged or destroyed
battleships. This made the U.S. furious and
joined the war.
... 2. What were the United Kingdom, France and Canada called?
3. What was the agreement between the Soviet Union and
4. What was the area of Czechoslovakia that was given to the
5. What is the policy of giving up principles to make an
6. Who was the leader of the Unit ...
... Willingness to use military force. Disregard for the opinions of other
nations. Stop the spread of communism.
7. Who did the Germans and Italians aide in the Spanish Civil War and why?
... During World War II all sorts of essential and
non-essential foods were rationed, as well as
clothing, furniture and petrol. To make the
British weak, the Germans tried to cut off
supplies of food and other goods. German
submarines attacked many of the ships that
brought food to Britain.
Before the ...
Hitler`s Big Mistake
... Battle of Stalingrad Nov 1942
• Germans controlled 90% of city. Then
winter sets in!!!
• Soviets counterattacked, took back the
city, & went on the offensive, driving the
German army back
... • Japanese Path to War
– Japan was in search of natural resources
to fuel their industries.
• They began annexing territory in China in the
– The US warned Japan that it would apply economic
sanctions unless it withdrew from China. The US
would cut Japan off from the oil and scrap iron it wa ...
Why was Germany defeated in 1945?
... Nazi Germany was never able to match the resources of the USA
Hitler was forced to fight a two and later three front war
The Wehrmact lost a number of key battles
The Luftwaffe lost control of the skies over Germany
The High Command lost confidence in Hitler
Germany ran out of military resources
... ______________ was the murder of 11 million Jews and others by Nazis before
and during WWII.
What is the term used for the deliberate extermination of a specific group
of people, a practice which the Nazis used both before and during WWII?
This nation, in order to gain some of its’ own living space, ...
Ch 31 Powerpoint
... Hitler killed himself. Soviet Union took
Japan surrendered Sept. 2, 1945 shortly after
the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in
United Nations was formed
• More effective than League of Nations
• Headquarters in NY, NY
Key Events of World War II
... • These two Japanese cities were the targets of the only two
atomic bombs ever used in war on August 6 and 9, 1945
• Their destruction led Japan to surrender to the Allies
• Each single bomb destroyed the target city and killed 1000s
of people immediately
• The effects of radiation caused 100,000s m ...
... PARIS APPEALS TO LEAGUE. Paris, March 7- France has
brought Germany’s latest violation of the Treaty of
Versailles to the League of Nations (an international group
created to solve problems between countries peacefully).
AT the same time the French government made it quite
clear it would not negotia ...
... 2. Rahvasteliidu läbikukkumine:
-Ei suutnud rahu säilitada
-Ei suutnud luua tingimusi desarmeerumiseks
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... 12. Which European battle was the last offensive attack by the Germans?
13. Francisco Franco of Spain was the leader of which group?
14. What happened at the Munich Conference?
15. What happened on D-Day?
16. In which nation was the pre-war government allowed to return to power after WWII?
17. What ...
... Poland close ties with
Soviet Union, France and
Soviet Union and
Germany agree to not
attack each other
Soviet Union and
agreement to divide
Lesson 23-2: Europe Erupts in War
... on Germany. They became known as the Allies.
The Allies did not attack Germany. Instead, they decided to
wait for Germany to make its next move. They believed that
Germany’s army would grow weak trying to invade France.
Germany made plans to invade France through the Ardennes
Forest. This was rugged ...
World War II
... had landed in France
Pushed back German forces, Battle of the Bulge
last German stand.
1945 German had been defeated, Hitler
committed suicide in bunker, V-E Day May 7,
Anglo-German Naval Agreement
The Anglo-German Naval Agreement of June 18, 1935, was a naval agreement between Britain and Germany regulating the size of the Kriegsmarine in relation to the Royal Navy. The Anglo-German Naval Agreement fixed a ratio whereby the total tonnage of the Kriegsmarine was to be 35% of the total tonnage of the Royal Navy on a permanent basis. It was registered in League of Nations Treaty Series on July 12, 1935. The agreement was renounced by Adolf Hitler on April 28, 1939.The Anglo-German Naval Agreement was an ambitious attempt on the part of both London and Berlin to reach better relations, but it ultimately foundered because of conflicting expectations between the two states. For the Germans, the Anglo-German Naval Agreement was intended to mark the beginning of an Anglo-German alliance against France and the Soviet Union, whereas for the British, the Anglo-German Naval Agreement was to be the beginning of a series of arms limitation agreements that were made to limit German expansionism. The Anglo-German Naval Agreement was highly controversial, both at the time and since, because the 35:100 tonnage ratio allowed Germany the right to build a Navy beyond the limits set by the Treaty of Versailles, and the British had made the agreement without consulting France or Italy first.