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- What were the Nuremberg Laws?
a. Regulations passed by Congress that allowed the President to declare war on Germany
b. Regulations passed by Congress that limited the number of Jewish immigrants admitted into the U.S.
c. Regulations by the U.N. that helped convict Nazi war criminals
d. Regulations passed by Germany that eliminated Jewish people’s rights, such as citizenship
- One of the first and largest concentration camps built on German soil in 1937 was:
a. Buchewald b. Anschluss
c. Kristallnacht d. Munich
- Which factor encouraged neutrality in the U.S. during the 1930s?
a. Disillusionment from World War I and its results b. Decline of military readiness
c. economic prosperity of the period d. Strong Nazi sympathy within the U.S. government
- When France fell to the Nazis, French and British troops were evacuated from:
a. Dunkirk b. Danzig
c. Buchenwald d. Normandy
- Concentration and Extermination camps were a part of what the Nazis called:
a. the ultimate justice b. the final solution
c. Blitzkrieg d. population control
- In order to side-step Neutrality Laws and aid the British, the U.S. created
a. the America First Committee b. the Wannsee Conference
c. NATO d. the Hemispheric Defense Zone
- Which side one the Battle of Britain? And what new technology made that victory possible?
a. The Allies; depth charges b. The Axis; depth charges
c. The Allies; radar d. The Axis; radar
- Winston Churchill wanted to attack the ____ of the German Empire. This led the Allies to the invasion of North Africa.
a. eastern front b. periphery
c. heart d. western front
- The Allies were able to win the Battle of the Atlantic because of:
a. the Manhattan Project and the atomic bomb b. B-29 Bombers and napalm
c. both a and b d. sonar and depth charges
- The Invasion of Normandy was important because it
a. brought the Soviet Union into the war b. forced the Germans to fight on a second, western front
c. protected the western fleet d. ended Italy’s involvement in the war
- What ultimately led to the Japanese surrender that ended WWII?
a. Dropping of the atomic bombs b. Threat of invasion from the Soviet Union
c. both a and b d. None of the above
- Which of the following was a major outcome of the Yalta Conference?
a. the division of Germany b. the terms of German surrender
c. the establishment of satellite nations d. the establishment of NATO
- What was the underlying goal of the Marshal Plan?
a. Aid Asian nations against the Soviet Union
b. Rebuild European economies and stop the spread of Communism
c. Americanize Western European nations
d. Aid the Soviet Union in containing Germany
- In one sentence, explain President Eisenhower’s military strategy of Brinkmanship. Give 2 examples.
- One major cause of the growth of the suburbs was the
a. loss of blue-collar jobs b. affordability of housing
c. television d. increase in juvenile delinquency
- Name three medical breakthroughs produced in the 1950s.
- What is important about the Beat Movement of the 1950s and 60s?
Short Answer Questions (28 points)
- Describe the Supreme Court case Korematsu v. United States (1944). How did the Court rule? What is its legacy?
- Detail the rise to power of one of the dictatorships that we discussed in class- Germany, Italy, Soviet Union, Japan.
- Describe the Battle of the Bulge. What made this battle so important?
- Discuss the post-war Red Scare and McCarthyism that gripped American society in the 1940s and 50s.