Chapter 25 - IDs Good Neighbor Policy Munich Nye Committee...

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Chapter 25. Americans and a World in Crisis 1933-1945 Hist 1302 1. How did Hitler's geographic expansion lead to WWII? (specific territories) a. How did Japan's geographic expansion lead to WWII? (specifics?) b. Geography and WWII: Allies' path to victory (territories: from Second Front to Germany) 2. How did WWII change American society? (the Depression and politics, farming, unions, education (2), women and lifestyles [p.604], African Americans)
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Unformatted text preview: IDs: Good Neighbor Policy Munich Nye Committee Neutrality Acts Kristallnacht Blitzkrieg Battle of Britain (the blitz) Wendell Wilkie Charles Lindbergh Lend Lease Atlantic Charter Greer incident Hideki Tojo Sunbelt ENIAC Manhattan Project Second Front Stalingrad D-Day Bulge Midway General Douglas MacArthur Harry S. Truman Rosie the Riveter Smith vs. Allwright A. Philip Randolph Executive Order 8802 Nisei Yalta Holocaust Iwo Jima Hiroshima...
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