Unit 7.1
Unit 7.2
Unit 7.3
Unit 7.4/7.5
Unit 7.5

100

Who was the Dictator who ruled Germany during WWII?

Who is Adolf Hitler?

100

During the 1940's, ______ filled otherwise male-dominated jobs while the men were fighting overseas. 

Who are Women?

100

Name used to describe the chilly tension between the US and Russia after the events of WWII

What is the Cold War?

100

The imaginary line that divides Western Europe (Democracy) and Eastern Europe (Communism).

What is the Iron Curtain?

100

What event in 1969 gave the United states the lead in the Space Race?

What is the moon landing?

200

What country was invaded by Germany in 1939, sparking war in Europe?

What is Poland?

200

What was the name given to gardens planted by men and women in the US during WWII to save resources for soldiers overseas?

What are Victory Gardens?

200

Who were the three allied leaders during WWII, often referred to as the "Big Three?"

Who is FDR/USA ; Churchill/Great Britain ; Stalin/USSR?

200

The policy implemented by the Truman administration to stop the spread of Communism after WWII.

What is Containment?

200

Cuban dictator who developed strong ties with the Soviet Union

Who is Fidel Castro?

300

As conflict grew outside of the US, these acts were passed by congress to keep the US out of War. It was part of the United State's policy of isolationism 

What were the Neutrality Acts?

300

Most Iconic image of women’s plight in WWII. This figure was often seen flexing her muscle to show her strength.

Who is Rosie the Riveter?

300

Place where the Allied Nations met to plan war strategy and make post-war plans

What is Yalta?

300

This Barrier dividing the West and the East became the face of the Cold War

What is the Berlin Wall?

300

This fear of Communism led the United States to look for an enemy within.

What is the Second Red Scare (Late 1940's - Early 1950's)?

400

With this policy, FDR shifted from isolationism to international involvement by allowing England to purchase American Military supplies (Tanks, planes, escort destroyers, etc.).

What is Cash & Carry?

400

The US Supreme Court Case upholding that internment camps were constitutional.

What is Korematsu vs. US?

400

During what battle was the iconic image of the men raising the flag taken? (Hint: You may have drawn this image in your notes)

What is Iwo Jima?

400

The United Nations proposed a plan to divide Palestine into a Jewish State and an Arab State, creating this nation.

What is the Nation of Israel?

400

Initiative designed to provide financial aid to (Democratic) Western Europe to help them quickly rebuild after the war.

What is the Marshall Plan?

500

What was the main goal of the Atlantic Charter, and what two countries made this declaration?

Declaration between United States and Great Britain outlining their opposition to the Axis Powers

500

FDR's Action against Japanese living in the US. They were forced to internment camps to be deported

What is Executive Order 9066?

500

What event pulled the US into the War, and what was the goal of the attack?

The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor hoping to destroy the United States Navy before they were able to mobilize against them. Japan wanted free reign of the Pacific.

500

What was the name of the Soviet Union's military treaty against NATO?

What is the Warsaw Pact?

500

Which Government Agency trained 1,400 Cuban Exiles to invade Cuba and overthrow Fidel Castro during the Bay of Pigs?

What is the CIA?