Exam Three, Chapters 29-35, 1939-1980

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Exam Three, Chapters 29-35 Tuesday, December 14 11:30-2:00 PM 1939-1980 1. In 1925, Benito Mussolini became the dictator of what country? A. Los Alamos B. Great Britain C. Facist Italy D. Austria 2. What three countries made up the Axis Powers? A. France, Germany, Russia B. Germany, Italy, and Japan C. China, Italy, Japan D. France, Britain, Russia 3. The National Socialist German Workers Party evolved into what political party in the 1920s and 1930s? A. Fascists ‘R Us B. Reich Power C. Jiang Jieshi D. Nazis 4. Germany and Italy formed what pact with Japan in 1940? A. Triple Alliance B. Greater World Power C. Rome-Berlin Axis D. Tripartite Pact 5. During most of her teenage years, Helene Shiver lived at Dachau. What was Dachau? A. A Nazi concentration camp. B. Her home in Bulgaria. C. A boarding school in Eastern Europe.
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D. The US embassy in Switzerland. 6. “Blitzkrieg,” Germany’s style of warfare during World War II means what? A. “lighting war” B. “putrid warfare” C. “mêlée war” D. “night and fog” warfare 7. Hoping to knock one of the Allied powers out of the war, Hitler’s continual bombing effort of the enemy in 1940 was called the A. Battle of London. B. Battle of Dresden. C. Battle of Britain. D. Battle of Berlin. 8. What plan allowed Britain to “borrow” military equipment for the duration of the war? A. Lend-Lease Act B. American First Act C. Defense Article Act D. Atlantic Charter Act 9. Under the Atlantic Charter of August 1941, Roosevelt and Churchill agreed to A. defeat Germany first. Japan was secondary. B. defeat Japan first. Germany was secondary. C. fight a two front war against Germany and Japan. D. eliminate Mussolini and Italy first before dealing with Hitler. 10. Following the attack at Pearl Harbor, the US, Great Britain, the USSR and twenty-three other countries, A. agreed to annihilate the Japanese navy. B. pledged not to negotiate a separate peace. C. began talks with Japan to settle an agreement. D. approached Hitler with a negotiated settlement.
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11. During World War II, battles were taking place in six different regions. Which of the following was NOT an area that experienced warfare? A. North Africa B. Western Spain C. Southeast Asia D. Eastern front 12. The significance of the Battle of Stalingrad is that A. it was the first German mass surrender. B. it was a devastating defeat for the Red Army. C. over 330,000 Axis soldiers were killed or wounded. D. it was the first major airlift offensive for Germany. 13. The first check to Japanese expansion came on May 7-8, 1942, in the Battle of Coral Sea, where A. the US suffered immense losses in terms of ships, planes, and pilots. B. it was a huge victory for the Japanese navy.
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