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Review Test Submission: Unit V Assessment Content User Submitted Status Score Instructions 3/16/12 3:29 PM Completed 85 out of 100 points 1. You may open this assessment multiple times but you may on once. 2. You may print the assessment and prepare your answers offl 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Question 1 3 out of 3 points In 1931, in foreshadowing of the war to come, Alternatively, you may enter and save your...

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Test Review Submission: Unit V Assessment Content User Submitted Status Score Instructions 3/16/12 3:29 PM Completed 85 out of 100 points 1. You may open this assessment multiple times but you may on once. 2. You may print the assessment and prepare your answers offl 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Question 1 3 out of 3 points In 1931, in foreshadowing of the war to come, Alternatively, you may enter and save your answers for a por assessment, and continue at a later time. Your textbook and other reference materials may be used to c this exam. When answering the multiple choice questions mark the cor response in Blackboard. When answering the fill-in-the-blank questions, type the cor response in Blackboard. a. If the answer is a formal name, give the full commo associated with the figure as written in the textbook, i proper capitalization and middle names or initials. When answering the written response questions please follo requirements: a. Your answer to each question should contain a min word response. b. Spelling and grammar will impact your grade. Mak proofread each response carefully before clicking on button. c. General encyclopedias are not acceptable sources i. Examples include, but are not limited to, W Encarta, and World Book. d. Make certain that all of your sources (including you are referenced at the end of your response and that t information within your response is cited to show the between your ideas and your sources. Once all questions have been answered, click the "Submit" b located at the bottom of the exam. If you have questions regarding your sources or general ques regarding the exam, please contact your professor. Japan adopted an aggressive imperialist policy and forcefully secured territory from __________. Answer Selected Answer: China Correct Answer: China Question 2 3 out of 3 points The bill passed in March 1941 that allowed President Roosevelt to provide aid to Great Britain was the __________. Answer Selected Answer: Lend Lease Act Correct Answer: Lend Lease Act Question 3 0 out of 3 points Following World War II, Truman tried to revive the New Deal, but Congress shut down most of his proposals. Truman then introduced: Answer Selected Answer: the Marshall Plan. Correct Answer: The twenty-one-point program. Question 4 3 out of 3 points The policy that outlined U.S. relations toward the Soviet Union and Communism attempted to stop the spread of communism and was referred to as __________. Answer Selected Answer: containment Correct Answer: containment Question 5 3 out of 3 points Following his election in 1948, Truman instituted a domestic program entitled the __________. Answer Selected Answer: Fair Deal Correct Answer: Fair Deal Question 6 3 out of 3 points World War II began when Great Britain and France declared war on Germany after their September 1939 invasion of __________. Answer Selected Answer: Poland Correct Answer: Poland Question 7 3 out of 3 points Adolf Hitler's principles and plans for Germany included all of the following EXCEPT: Answer Selected Answer: nurturing opposition parties in order to bring lasting democracy to Germany. Correct Answer: nurturing opposition parties in order to bring lasting democracy to Germany. Question 8 0 out of 3 points During World War II, African Americans sought to promote equal rights in all of the following ways EXCEPT: Answer Selected Answer: participating CORE sponsored sit-ins. Correct Answer: conducting "hate strikes." Question 9 0 out of 3 points On tactics designed to end the Holocaust, the war department's position was: Answer Selected Answer: Correct Answer: all military operations should be designed to target death camps and interfere with their operations. attempts to rescue civilians would divert resources from military operations and therefore could not be allowed. Question 10 0 out of 3 points The National Security Act was responsible for the creation of all of the following EXCEPT: Answer Selected Answer: Department of Defense. Correct Answer: House Un-American Activities Committee. Question 11 10 out of 10 points Refer to this map as you match the items below. Answer Question The largest naval battle in history occurred between the United States and Japan from October 23-6, 1944 at __________. The largest American amphibious operation in the Pacific began on April 1st 1945 with the invasion of __________. In February 1943 American troops gained control of the island of __________ after a six month struggle. This struggle served as proof that the Americans could defeat Japanese forces in jungle combat. The Enola Gay dropped an atomic bomb on August 7, 1945 on which Japanese city? Because of the Soviet blockade of the German city of __________ following World War II, the United States began an airlift known as Operation Vittles. Question 12 27 out of 30 points What goals did the U.S. have for the Korean War? Were these goals accomplished? Describe the varied negative effects the Korean War had on both the U.S. and Korea at the time of the war as well as over time. Answer Selected Answer: Correct Answer: Korea, but escalated to an international conflict, when member countries of the United Nations united to defend South Korea and China came into North Koreans assistance. The Korean War is regarded as the "forgotten war" since it occurred so close to World War II, then surpass by the Vietnam War. The US committed to aiding South Korea, as there was an intense fear of communism spread and the upsurge of the next World War. The United Nations connected forces with the United States and the Republic of South Korea to block the invasion. North Korea was sustained by the Soviets and then by China. This the was prelude to the next bloody years. The United Nations divided Korea at the 38th parallel. That was the border that North Koreans crossed to invade South Korea to form one country led by a Communist government. The US entered the war under the assumption that the conflict would be a supporting force to intimidate North Koreans back. The boundary line was crossed several times on both ends; it was until the People Republic of China perceived the conflict as a thread that the conflict escalated further into a war that lasted three years (1950 - 1953), and left 58,127 combat deaths, and 175,743 wounded( to defend South Korea from Communist North Korea invasion, and to prevent the growth of Communism in Southeast Asia. Both goals were met; however, it noteworthy that to end the war it was signed a cease fire, as a formal peace agreement was never signed, which probably explains the tensions between both Koreas since the combat actions ended. On the other hand, while in Korea, the US was helping combat communist forces, in French Indochina (currently known as Vietnams were trying to take over the country by overthrowing the French colonial government. Therefore, the US police of controlling the spread of communism cannot be considered an overall success. The consequences were devastating for the region; left Korea divided, making difficult any relations between China and the United States, the war also brought the Cold War to Asia, and left South Korea subject to the harassing intents of North Korea. However, the US achieved larger goals, which included the promotion of NATO and defending Japan. The campaign also persuaded "the U.S. Cold War policies of containment and militarization, setting the stage for the further enlargement of the U.S. defense perimeter in Asia"(Office of the Historian,n.d.). References: Korean War Stuff (2011)Total 2012 from U.S. Department of State Office of the Historian. War, 1950-1953. http://history.state.gov/milestones/1945-1952/KoreanWar2 [None] Response Rolando, The Korean War is one of the harder wars to explain in American Feedback: US military history. All of the Cold War wars are hard to know what the objectives are because stopping Communism is not a particularly clear goal, nor are we able to clearly know how or when we've reached that goal. Talking about Truman and the discussion over whether or not the President has the power to send troops to Korea without Congressional voting is important in this answer. We'll be feeling more effects of this conflict in the coming weeks I fear as the power vacuum in Korea is again upon us. Please note that the best source for your work is your book -- a website called Korean Stuff is suspect and not the most appropriate thing you can use. Great work here. Question 13 30 out of 30 points Describe the American family following World War II. Specifically, did the role of women change in this conversion to peace? If so, how? Answer Selected Answer: in the war efforts at home, was abruptly neglect as the men returned from World War II, woman were now needed at the elemental role of homemakers, they were perceived as role takers from men. "Rosie the Riveter" was no longer a heroine. By 1950s, America had different heroines, that superwoman did not work, only did housework, and raise children. Limit childcare resources, divorce, and neglected children were social problems that arise with women incursion in the job market. Women who were widows, divorced or had children out of wedlock struggled to continue having manufacturing jobs since they needed to support their families. The war changed American society there was a raise in weddings, job offerings, the media praise women who loyally stayed at home, and national proud morale was on the decline among some Americans. Racism worsened during, and after the war. some women stayed on their jobs, to purchased household items needed by the family. The American Dream finally appears to be a reality for families as they found possible to afford things they could not have before, such a house, automobiles, and household appliances. "As a result of the war, the country became more urbanized because 1.5 million Americans had moved from rural areas into the cities" (u-s-history.com, n.d.). Society resented the difference between reality, and the media display of the ideal image of the American society, which reflected perfect white, middle class families, living in the suburbs with women only fitted to be housewives and mothers. The reality was that the post culture war transformed American society and many Americans were still struggling to have a normal life. References: Wars and Battles, World War II Home Front. Retrieved March 13, 2012 from http://www.u-s-history.com/ Faragher, J. M., Buhle, M. J., Czitrom, D., & Armitage, S.H. (2009). of many: A history of the American people Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. Correct Answer: [None] Response Feedback: WWII was hard one everyone. The great answers remember that family sizes were smaller with families broken up and less to eat and have during this time (the Depression was still on during this time too). However, increased health benefits do come from soldiers being in the war and the return to work for many women and men as a result of war industry jobs. It's always important to remember all Americans, especially those of Japanese ancestry on the West Coast who were rounded up and put into forced detention camps during the war. Remembering this tragic chapter is worthy of your attention indeed. Good work on this answer, but remember that war is always hard on families on both sides of any war. Good work, Rolando. Friday, March 30, 2012 9:06:21 AM CDT

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