Main objection to US joining The League of Nations

Test 2 Review for Multiple Choice Test

1. Main objection to US joining The League of Nations
2. What was the Great Migration?
3. Date women were granted the right to vote
4. Espionage Act of 1917 and Sedition Act 1918
5. What was the CPI?
6. Define Welfare Capitalism
7. National Origins Act 1924
8. Dawes Plan of 1924
9. What year did the Great Depression begin
10. Shanty towns named for a president during the Great Depression
11. What Pres Hoover encouraged companies to do during Great Depression
12. What financial institutions FDR close the day after he took office in 1933
13. Emergency Banking Act of 1933
14. Civilian Conservation Corps gave jobs to how many men and what work did they do
15. Agricultural Adjustment Act gave farmers money to do what
16. Social Security provides what
17. FDR overturned prohibition starting with what and when
18. Result of FDR’s attempt to enlarge the Supreme Ct
19. Indian Reorganization Act of 1934
20. First women to serve in a cabinet level position
21. What ended the Great Depression in America
22. Dictator of Italy between 1922 – 1943
23. Dictator general leading Spain during WWII
24. Name of Hitler’s book that outlines his ideas for world domination
25. Munich Conference allowed Germany to take over what
26. When did Germany take over the rest of Czechoslovakia
27. What German action convinced US Congress to pass Lend-Lease Act
28. Name of peaceful take over of Austria by Germany
29. Date and country where World War II began
30. What was the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact and what countries signed it
31. Define Blitzkrieg
32. Name of non-occupied southern France
33. What country stood alone against Nazi Germany between June 1940 – June 1941
34. Code name of Nazi invasion plans for Soviet Union
35. Who were the Einsatzgruppen
36. Turning point of WWII in Europe
37. 1942-43 Churchill insisted allies not invade France but instead invade where
38. From 1941-43 Stalin wanted the allies to take what action to help free up Russia
39. 2 reasons why Germany lost to Russia
40. Why was the invasion of North Africa crucial to the Allies in WWII
41. Conference of Allies where “Unconditional Surrender” is announced
42. Where did the Allies begin the invasion of Nazi occupied Europe
43. Which allied army arrived in Berlin first during the Battle of Germany
44. What area did the Japanese invade in 1931
45. Response of US to Japanese complete invasion of French Indochina
46. City where Chinese were massacred by Japanese
47. Date of the attack on Pearl Harbor
48. Two battles in 1942 that turned allies into the opposition in the Pacific
49. Name of Japanese suicide pilots in WWII
50. Name of battle that was the turning point in the Pacific
51. Secret code name for the atomic bomb project
52. What country do historians think the US intended to intimidate with the dropping of the Atom bomb on Japan
53. Second atomic bomb was dropped on what Japanese city
54. Anti-Semitic story written as evidence of world wide Jewish conspiracy
55. Name of laws limiting Jewish freedoms in Nazi Germany
56. First victims of Nazi mass killings by gas
57. What was the US governments response to the Holocaust
58. Why were Japanese Americans interned on the west coast
Essay Questions – 10 points each
1. Discuss the three events you consider most important in drawing the United States into World War II. (Use your book)

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