Hist16 - 1) DuringthebattleofOkinawa,(1pt)

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1 ) During the battle of Okinawa, (1pt)   the people of Okinawa took the opportunity to rebel against their  Japanese oppressors.   the United States suffered a devastating defeat that almost cost  them the entire war.   the United States introduced its own variety of the V-1 rocket.   the United States was able to seize 90 percent of Vietnam.   roughly 110,000 Okinawan civilians died refusing to surrender. 2 ) The German  Blitzkrieg  referred to (1pt)   an elaborate series of concrete bunkers built on the experiences of  World War II.   the Nazi plan for a "final solution" to the "Jewish question."   the living space in the east that was necessary for an expanding  Germany.   a lightning war.   the German representative assembly that voted Hitler into power. 3 ) The U.S. victory in the Pacific that turned the tide against the  Japanese was (1pt)   Pearl Harbor.   Guam.   Midway.   Iwo Jima.
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  Okinawa. 4 ) The Japanese goal in the bombing of Pearl Harbor was to (1pt)   take the first step in a planned invasion of the United States.   draw the Americans away from fighting the Germans in Europe.   permanently add Hawai`i to the Japanese empire.   weaken the United States' naval capacity.   implement the "final solution." 5 ) By December 1941, the Soviets gained two new allies in their 
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course HIST 1023 taught by Professor Sommer during the Spring '10 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Hist16 - 1) DuringthebattleofOkinawa,(1pt)

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