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Great Britain, France, the United States, and the Soviet Union were part of which alliance during World War II?
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Great Britain, France, the United States, and the Soviet Union were part of which alliance during World War II?
Allied Powers
Germany, Italy, and Japan were part of which alliance during World War II?
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Germany, Italy, and Japan were part of which alliance during World War II?
Axis Powers
What event caused Britain and France to declare war on Germany in September of 1939?
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What event caused Britain and France to declare war on Germany in September of 1939?
Poland
Great Britain's pre-war policy towards Hitler, which was based on the idea that satisfaction of reasonable demands would maintain peace in Europe, was known as what?
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Great Britain's pre-war policy towards Hitler, which was based on the idea that satisfaction of reasonable demands would maintain peace in Europe, was known as what?
Appeasement
Which German government was in power and took the blame for signing the unfavorable Treaty of Versailles?
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Which German government was in power and took the blame for signing the unfavorable Treaty of Versailles?
Weimar Republic
In which two theaters was World War II fought?
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In which two theaters was World War II fought?
Europe & Pacific
What was the largest land, sea, and air military campaign in history that occurred on June 6, 1944?
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What was the largest land, sea, and air military campaign in history that occurred on June 6, 1944?
Battle of Normandy
What was the German word for “lightening war” that was a form of attack that used tank divisions and soldiers supported by air attacks to create chaos was used in the invasion of Poland?
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What was the German word for “lightening war” that was a form of attack that used tank divisions and soldiers supported by air attacks to create chaos was used in the invasion of Poland?
Blitzkrieg
What was Hitler's ultimate intention with regards to the Nazi-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact?
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What was Hitler's ultimate intention with regards to the Nazi-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact?
Violate the Pact
Why was the Battle of Stalingrad a turning point in the Eastern Front in World War II?
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Why was the Battle of Stalingrad a turning point in the Eastern Front in World War II?
Germans would be on the defensive in the Eastern front for the remainder of WWII
The systematic murder of European Jews by the Nazis is known as what?
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The systematic murder of European Jews by the Nazis is known as what?
Holocaust
Where did the Nazis imprison Jewish people and other “undesirables”?
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Where did the Nazis imprison Jewish people and other “undesirables”?
Concentration Camps
The deliberate mass murder or physical extermination of a particular racial, political, or cultural group is called what?
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The deliberate mass murder or physical extermination of a particular racial, political, or cultural group is called what?
Genocide
The extermination of the Jews by the Nazis that was largely carried out by the Einsatzgruppen was known by what name in Germany?
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The extermination of the Jews by the Nazis that was largely carried out by the Einsatzgruppen was known by what name in Germany?
Final Solution
Which German laws, defined who was a Jew, excluded Jews from German citizenship, and forbade marriages between Jews and Germans?
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Which German laws, defined who was a Jew, excluded Jews from German citizenship, and forbade marriages between Jews and Germans?
Nuremberg Laws
The period of political tension following World War II between the US and USSR was known as what?
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The period of political tension following World War II between the US and USSR was known as what?
Cold War
Who was the Communist leader of the Soviet Union during WWII and the start of the Cold War?
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Who was the Communist leader of the Soviet Union during WWII and the start of the Cold War?
Joseph Stalin
Dropping the atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end the War in the Pacific Theater began what new age?
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Dropping the atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end the War in the Pacific Theater began what new age?
Atomic Age
In 1945 and 1946, trials held in Nuremberg, Germany, condemned Nazi leaders for what crimes?
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In 1945 and 1946, trials held in Nuremberg, Germany, condemned Nazi leaders for what crimes?
Crimes Against Humanity
Who was the German journalist that introduced a radical type of socialism that said workers would overthrow business owners to create a classless society?
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Who was the German journalist that introduced a radical type of socialism that said workers would overthrow business owners to create a classless society?
Karl Marx
Who was the German monk who led a protest movement against the Catholic Church during 1500s that became known as the Reformation.
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Who was the German monk who led a protest movement against the Catholic Church during 1500s that became known as the Reformation.
Martin Luther
Who was the true “Renaissance Man” who painted the Mona Lisa and the Last Supper?
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Who was the true “Renaissance Man” who painted the Mona Lisa and the Last Supper?
Leonardo da Vinci
Who was the English scientist that developed the universal law of gravitation and established three laws of motion?
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Who was the English scientist that developed the universal law of gravitation and established three laws of motion?
Isaac Newton
Who was the German born inventor that created the moveable type printing press, allowing ideas to quickly spread throughout Europe?
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Who was the German born inventor that created the moveable type printing press, allowing ideas to quickly spread throughout Europe?
Johannes Gutenberg
Who was the English philosopher who came up with the Scientific Method and believed that scientists should use inductive reasoning?
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Who was the English philosopher who came up with the Scientific Method and believed that scientists should use inductive reasoning?
Francis Bacon

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