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WWII TWO WWII THREE Harry S Truman Dwight D. Eisenhower Jazz Age Roaring 20 s $200 $200 $400 $400 $600 $600 $800 $800 $1000 $1000
FINAL JEOPARDY Cold War
Final Jeopardy As a result of being called soft on communism President Truman issued these to combat that accusation
Depression One - $100 Name given to the makeshift shantytowns built in vacant lots during the Depression.
Depression One - $200 Facing the financial crisis of the Depression, WW I veterans tried to pressure Congress to pay them their retirement bonuses early. Angry veterans marched on Washington, D. C. , and Hoover called in the army to get the veterans out of there.
Depression One - $300 Created in 1932 to make loans to banks, insurance companies, and railroads, it was intended to provide emergency funds to help businesses overcome the effects of the Depression
Depression One - $400 Congressional compromise serving special interest, it raised duties on agricultural and manufactured imports. It may have contributed to the spread of the international depression.
Depression One - $500 Many of the advisers who helped Roosevelt during his presidential candidacy continued to aid him after he entered the White House
Depression Two - $100 A federal agency which insures bank deposits, created by the Glass-Steagall Banking Reform Act of 1933.
Depression Two - $200 Created to supervise stock exchanges and to punish fraud in securities trading
Depression Two - $300 It offered contracts to farmers to reduce their output of designated products. It paid farmers for processing taxes on these products, and made loans to farmers who stored crops on their farms. The Supreme Court declared it unconstitutional.
Depression Two - $400 One of the most important features of the Second New Deal established a retirement for persons over 65 funded by a tax on wages paid equally by employee and employer
Depression Two - $500 March 11, 1933 - Roosevelt closed all banks and forbade the export of gold or redemption of currency in gold.
Pre - WWII - $100 Japan seized this land from China to get access to oil fields in 1931
Pre - WWII - $200 German fascist dictator. Leader of the National Socialist Workers Party, or Nazis. Elected Chancellor of Germany in 1933, he quickly established himself as an absolute dictator.
Pre - WWII - $300 Authorized the president to transfer, lend, or lease any article of defense equipment to any government whose defense was deemed vital to the defense of the U. S. Allowed the U. S. to send supplies and ammunition to the Allies without technically becoming a co-belligerent.
Pre - WWII - $400 In this speech Franklin D. Roosevelt compared Fascist aggression to a contagious disease, saying democracies must unite to quarantine aggressor nations.
Pre - WWII - $500 On the Yantze River in China, Japanese aircraft sank an American gunboat escorting tankers. The U. S. accepted Japan's apologies
WWII - $100 Led by Eisenhower, over a million troops (the largest invasion force in history) stormed the beaches at Normandy and began the process of re-taking France. The turning point of World War II.
WWII - $200 A secret U. S. project for the construction of the atomic bomb.
WWII - $300 Jan. 14 -23, 1943 - FDR and Churchill met in Morocco to settle the future strategy of the Allies following the success of the North African campaign. They decided to launch an attack on Italy through Sicily before initiating an invasion into France over the English Channel. Also announced that the Allies would accept nothing less than Germany's unconditional surrender to end the war.
WWII - $400 This was the presidential order that sent Japanese Americans to internment camps
WWII - $500 Government agency which successful combated inflation by fixing price ceilings on commodities and introducing rationing programs during World War II.
Cold War One - $100 Eastern European countries conquered by the U. S. S. R. during the Cold War.
Cold War One - $200 A member of the State Department, George Kennan felt that the best way to keep Communism out of Europe was to hold the Soviets wherever they tried to spread their power.
Cold War One - $300 Stated that the U. S. would support any nation threatened by Communism especially Greece and Turkey
Cold War One - $400 This proposed massive and systematic American economic aid to Europe to revitalize the European economies after WWII and help prevent the spread of Communism
Cold War One - $500 Chartered April, 1949. The 11 member western nations agreed to fight for each other if attacked. It is an international military force for enforcing its charter.
Cold War Two- $100 It was the first hot war in the Cold War era
Cold War Two- $200 To counter the NATO buildup, the Soviets formed this military organization with the nations of Eastern Europe. Also gave Russia an excuse for garrisoning troops in these countries.
Cold War Two- $300 Dulles and Eisenhower warned the Soviets that if aggression was undertaken, the U. S. would retaliate with its full nuclear arsenal against the Soviet Union itself. However, the U. S. would not start conflicts.
Cold War Two- $400 The principle of not backing down in a crisis, even if it meant taking the country to the brink of war. Policy of both the U. S. and U. S. S. R. during the Cold War.
Cold War Two- $500 Eisenhower proposed and obtained a joint resolution from Congress authorizing the use of U. S. military forces to intervene in any country that appeared likely to fall to communism. Used in the Middle East.
WWII TWO- $200 Who were the two main allies of the United States during WWII?
WWII TWO- $400 This was the military strategy in the Pacific Theater to defeat the Japanese
WWII TWO- $600 This congressional action not only raised money for World War II but also contributed to the national debt
WWII TWO- $800 Which WWII Conference did Stalin agree to hold free elections in the countries of Eastern Europe?
WWII TWO- $1000 The following four characterize which group of people • worked in factories. • established themselves as a vital part of the economy. • participated in the war effort. • defined a new role in society
WWII THREE - $200 One of the most important domestic results of the war effort was the swift end of the
WWII THREE - $400 This 1941 statement that declared that both Britain and America would support self-determination, freedom of the seas, joint disarmament, and territorial integrity for all after World War II ended
WWII THREE - $600 This declined as a result of mobilization of industry for WWII
WWII THREE - $800 This Executive Order required defense industries to make jobs available without discrimination based on race, creed, color, or national origin
WWII THREE - $1000 This African-American labor leader demanded equal employment opportunities for blacks during World War II.
Harry S Truman - $200 The main reason for the defeat of most of Truman’s Fair Deal programs was opposition of the ________ in Congress.
Harry S Truman - $400 The following four deals with what event • the surrender of Japan • the end of WWII • destruction of two Japanese cities • the deaths of thousands of civilians
Harry S Truman - $600 Truman’s foreign policy revolved around the concept of
Harry S Truman - $800 During Truman’s presidency these four issues dealt with what nation • establishment in Communist governments in Eastern Europe • access to Berlin • Marshall Plan aid • Development and control of atomic weapons
Harry S Truman - $1000 The following four issues deal with what event • whether to expand the war by attacking China • whether Congress should have declared war • the removal of General Douglass Mac. Arthur • the policies of containment and “limited war”
Dwight D. Eisenhower - $200 “We declare that however acute the two systems – the socialist and the capitalist – we must solve questions in dispute among states not by war, but by diplomatic negotiation. ” This statement by Nikita Khrushchev in 1957 expressed the idea of
Dwight D. Eisenhower - $400 U. S. intervention in Iran in 1953 and Guatemala in 1954 are examples of the use of covert action by the
Dwight D. Eisenhower - $600 In a farewell message to the American public, President Eisenhower warned of the growth of the _______. This term refers to the influence of defense contractors on Congress
Dwight D. Eisenhower - $800 Under Eisenhower, a general acceptance of the New Deal programs and a balanced budget was known as
Dwight D. Eisenhower - $1000 Whose New Look policy do the following ideas refer to? • taking Communist nations to brink of war to force them to back down • threatening massive retaliation with nuclear weapons to prevent Soviet aggression • supporting the liberation of captive” nations • reducing conventional forces of the U. S. Army and Navy
Jazz Age - $200 To the people living in the decade of the 1920 s, which supreme court case symbolized immoral decadence
Jazz Age - $400 This Tennessee court case represented a dispute between modernists and traditionalist in the 1920 s
Jazz Age - $600 The first talking motion picture was
Jazz Age - $800 During the 1920 s, the main goal of this group was to promote white supremacy
Jazz Age - $1000 The rise of organized crime was a result of this nationwide law
Roaring 20 s - $200 In 1919, the Communist Party was gaining strength in the U. S. , and Americans feared Communism. In January, 1920, Palmer raids in 33 cities broke into meeting halls and homes without warrants. 4, 000 "Communists" were jailed, some were deported.
Roaring 20 s - $400 He was the founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) and Backto-Africa movement
Roaring 20 s - $600 Langston Hughes, "Song to A Negro Wash Woman" and The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain“ represented this literary period
Roaring 20 s - $800 They demonstrated that individualism was still alive in a modern American dominated by corporations and team players. Name one of these two heroes
Roaring 20 s - $1000 White Anglo-Saxon Protestants wanted to bar immigrants of different racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds caused the passage of this law