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 • Munich Pact – Britain and France gave Hitler the Sudetenland • Submit • Munich Pact – Britain and France gave Hitler the Sudetenland • Submit to Hitler’s demands to keep the peace

appeasement • Munich Pact – Britain and France gave Hitler the Sudetenland • Submit appeasement • Munich Pact – Britain and France gave Hitler the Sudetenland • Submit to Hitler’s demands to keep the peace

 • 38 th Parallel dividing line • Communist North crosses the 38 th • 38 th Parallel dividing line • Communist North crosses the 38 th parallel to invade Democratic South • Mac. Arthur pushed Communists North • China became involved and pushed US out of country

Korean War • 38 th Parallel dividing line • Communist North crosses the 38 Korean War • 38 th Parallel dividing line • Communist North crosses the 38 th parallel to invade Democratic South • Mac. Arthur pushed Communists North • China became involved and pushed US out of country

 • • Beginning of WWII in Europe Isolationism Quarantine Speech Neutrality Acts • • Beginning of WWII in Europe Isolationism Quarantine Speech Neutrality Acts

FDR’s Policies • • Beginning of WWII in Europe Isolationism Quarantine Speech Neutrality Acts FDR’s Policies • • Beginning of WWII in Europe Isolationism Quarantine Speech Neutrality Acts

 • Collective security organization • If one country is attacked, the others will • Collective security organization • If one country is attacked, the others will come to its defense • USA • Britain • France • Canada • Italy

NATO • Collective security organization • If one country is attacked, the others will NATO • Collective security organization • If one country is attacked, the others will come to its defense • USA • Britain • France • Canada • Italy

 • Collective security organization • If one country is attacked, the others will • Collective security organization • If one country is attacked, the others will come to its defense • Soviet Union

Warsaw Pact • Collective security organization • If one country is attacked, the others Warsaw Pact • Collective security organization • If one country is attacked, the others will come to its defense • Soviet Union

 • • • Lightening war Hitler’s military strategy Poland Denmark Norway France • • • Lightening war Hitler’s military strategy Poland Denmark Norway France

Blitzkrieg • • • Lightening war Hitler’s military strategy Poland Denmark Norway France Blitzkrieg • • • Lightening war Hitler’s military strategy Poland Denmark Norway France

 • Economic Aid to Western Europe • Containment Policy • Economic Aid to Western Europe • Containment Policy

Marshall Plan • Economic Aid to Western Europe • Containment Policy Marshall Plan • Economic Aid to Western Europe • Containment Policy

 • Military assistance to countries threatened by communists • Containment Policy • Military assistance to countries threatened by communists • Containment Policy

Truman Doctrine • Military assistance to countries threatened by communists • Containment Policy Truman Doctrine • Military assistance to countries threatened by communists • Containment Policy

 • Save American lives • Japan’s unconditional surrender • Show Stalin the power • Save American lives • Japan’s unconditional surrender • Show Stalin the power the US had at its disposal

Decision to drop A- bomb • Save American lives • Japan’s unconditional surrender • Decision to drop A- bomb • Save American lives • Japan’s unconditional surrender • Show Stalin the power the US had at its disposal

 • Keep Communism where it exists • Do not let Communism spread to • Keep Communism where it exists • Do not let Communism spread to new nations

Containment • Keep Communism where it exists • Do not let Communism spread to Containment • Keep Communism where it exists • Do not let Communism spread to new nations

 • Stalin closed roads leading to Democratic island in East Germany • Soviet • Stalin closed roads leading to Democratic island in East Germany • Soviet Union Blockade of West • 15 months • US & western powers flew supplies in to maintain Democracy • Part of Containment policy

Berlin Airlift • Stalin closed roads leading to Democratic island in East Germany • Berlin Airlift • Stalin closed roads leading to Democratic island in East Germany • Soviet Union Blockade of West • 15 months • US & western powers flew supplies in to maintain Democracy • Part of Containment policy

 • Pacific Theater • A-Bomb dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki • August 15, • Pacific Theater • A-Bomb dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki • August 15, 1945 • End

V-J Day • Pacific Theater • A-Bomb dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki • August V-J Day • Pacific Theater • A-Bomb dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki • August 15, 1945 • End

 • Appeasement • Britain and France Gave Hitler the Sudetenland • Keep peace • Appeasement • Britain and France Gave Hitler the Sudetenland • Keep peace to prevent war

Munich Pact • Appeasement • Britain and France Gave Hitler the Sudetenland • Keep Munich Pact • Appeasement • Britain and France Gave Hitler the Sudetenland • Keep peace to prevent war

 • Marshall Plan • Truman Doctrine • Berlin Airlift • Marshall Plan • Truman Doctrine • Berlin Airlift

Containment Examples • Marshall Plan • Truman Doctrine • Berlin Airlift Containment Examples • Marshall Plan • Truman Doctrine • Berlin Airlift

 • NATO: North Atlantic Treaty Organization • Warsaw Pact • SETO: Southeast Asia • NATO: North Atlantic Treaty Organization • Warsaw Pact • SETO: Southeast Asia Treaty Organization

Collective Security Examples • NATO: North Atlantic Treaty Organization • Warsaw Pact • SETO: Collective Security Examples • NATO: North Atlantic Treaty Organization • Warsaw Pact • SETO: Southeast Asia Treaty Organization

 • Germany • Third Reich • Nazi Party • Germany • Third Reich • Nazi Party

Hitler • Germany • Third Reich • Nazi Party Hitler • Germany • Third Reich • Nazi Party

 • • Militarism Totalitarian dictators One political party State more important than individual • • Militarism Totalitarian dictators One political party State more important than individual

Fascism • • Militarism Totalitarian dictators One political party State more important than individual Fascism • • Militarism Totalitarian dictators One political party State more important than individual

 • Separated democratic west from communist east • No political or economic exchange • Separated democratic west from communist east • No political or economic exchange • Churchill named

Iron Curtain • Separated democratic west from communist east • No political or economic Iron Curtain • Separated democratic west from communist east • No political or economic exchange • Churchill named

 • Leader of the Manhattan project • Said, “Now I am become death, • Leader of the Manhattan project • Said, “Now I am become death, the destroyer of worlds. ” • A-bomb and destructive power

Robert Oppenheimer • Leader of the Manhattan project • Said, “Now I am become Robert Oppenheimer • Leader of the Manhattan project • Said, “Now I am become death, the destroyer of worlds. ” • A-bomb and destructive power

 • Secret project • Develop the A-bomb • Secret project • Develop the A-bomb

Manhattan Project • Secret project • Develop the A-bomb Manhattan Project • Secret project • Develop the A-bomb

 • • Final Solution Auschwitz Genocide Jews Extermination Gypsies Homosexuals • • Final Solution Auschwitz Genocide Jews Extermination Gypsies Homosexuals

Holocaust • • Final Solution Auschwitz Genocide Jews Extermination Gypsies Homosexuals Holocaust • • Final Solution Auschwitz Genocide Jews Extermination Gypsies Homosexuals

 • Outlawed war • Weak agreement • Could not enforce dictates • Outlawed war • Weak agreement • Could not enforce dictates

Kellogg-Briand Pact • Outlawed war • Weak agreement • Could not enforce dictates Kellogg-Briand Pact • Outlawed war • Weak agreement • Could not enforce dictates

 • Causes: – Embargo on Japan – Japanese Imperialism – US Navy blocked • Causes: – Embargo on Japan – Japanese Imperialism – US Navy blocked expansion in Pacific • • December 7, 1941 “day that will live in infamy. ” FDR US became involved in WWII Declared war on Japan

Pearl Harbor • Causes: – Embargo on Japan – Japanese Imperialism – US Navy Pearl Harbor • Causes: – Embargo on Japan – Japanese Imperialism – US Navy blocked expansion in Pacific • • December 7, 1941 “day that will live in infamy. ” FDR US became involved in WWII Declared war on Japan

 • • Mac. Arthur “I shall return” Japanese Attack Bataan Death March • • Mac. Arthur “I shall return” Japanese Attack Bataan Death March

Philippines • • Mac. Arthur “I shall return” Japanese Attack Bataan Death March Philippines • • Mac. Arthur “I shall return” Japanese Attack Bataan Death March

 • • • US strategy in Pacific Clear out Japs Iwo Jima Guadalcanal • • • US strategy in Pacific Clear out Japs Iwo Jima Guadalcanal Okinawa

Island Hopping • • • US strategy in Pacific Clear out Japs Iwo Jima Island Hopping • • • US strategy in Pacific Clear out Japs Iwo Jima Guadalcanal Okinawa

 • Supreme Court decision • Internment Constitutional if military emergency • Japanese • Supreme Court decision • Internment Constitutional if military emergency • Japanese

Korematsu v. US • Supreme Court decision • Internment Constitutional if military emergency • Korematsu v. US • Supreme Court decision • Internment Constitutional if military emergency • Japanese

 • • Low interest home loans to veterans Job priority Education Expanded the • • Low interest home loans to veterans Job priority Education Expanded the middle class

GI Bill • • Low interest home loans to veterans Job priority Education Expanded GI Bill • • Low interest home loans to veterans Job priority Education Expanded the middle class

 • • • US v. USSR Brinkmanship Nuclear War Naval blockade of Cuba • • • US v. USSR Brinkmanship Nuclear War Naval blockade of Cuba USSR backed down and removed missiles US agreed to remove missiles from Turkey

Cuban Missile Crisis • • • US v. USSR Brinkmanship Nuclear War Naval blockade Cuban Missile Crisis • • • US v. USSR Brinkmanship Nuclear War Naval blockade of Cuba USSR backed down and removed missiles US agreed to remove missiles from Turkey

 • Last German offensive • Named because line fanned out • General Patton • Last German offensive • Named because line fanned out • General Patton rescued Allied troops

Battle of the Bulge • Last German offensive • Named because line fanned out Battle of the Bulge • Last German offensive • Named because line fanned out • General Patton rescued Allied troops

 • Soviet Union’s land • German expansion of land • Would give land • Soviet Union’s land • German expansion of land • Would give land for the Third Reich to last 1000 years

Lebensraum • Soviet Union’s land • German expansion of land • Would give land Lebensraum • Soviet Union’s land • German expansion of land • Would give land for the Third Reich to last 1000 years

 • France captured by Hitler • Battle of Britain • German expansion threat • France captured by Hitler • Battle of Britain • German expansion threat to US democracy • Possibility of Britain falling to Germans

FDR’s Reasons to go to war • France captured by Hitler • Battle of FDR’s Reasons to go to war • France captured by Hitler • Battle of Britain • German expansion threat to US democracy • Possibility of Britain falling to Germans

 • • UN Authorize military action Five permanent members USSR Britain France China • • UN Authorize military action Five permanent members USSR Britain France China US

Security Council • • UN Authorize military action Five permanent members USSR Britain France Security Council • • UN Authorize military action Five permanent members USSR Britain France China US

 • US could not sell weapons to nations at war • US could • US could not sell weapons to nations at war • US could not become involved in WWII

Neutrality Act • US could not sell weapons to nations at war • US Neutrality Act • US could not sell weapons to nations at war • US could not become involved in WWII

 • Germany • Italy • Japan • Germany • Italy • Japan

Axis Powers • Germany • Italy • Japan Axis Powers • Germany • Italy • Japan

 • US • Britain • USSR • US • Britain • USSR

Allies • US • Britain • USSR Allies • US • Britain • USSR

 • Loan war materials to nations that were vital to maintain US democracy • Loan war materials to nations that were vital to maintain US democracy • “Give a hose to a neighbor” • Policy for loaning war materials to Britain

Lend-Lease • Loan war materials to nations that were vital to maintain US democracy Lend-Lease • Loan war materials to nations that were vital to maintain US democracy • “Give a hose to a neighbor” • Policy for loaning war materials to Britain

 • • Operation Overlord planned invasion The day of the invasion French beaches • • Operation Overlord planned invasion The day of the invasion French beaches Landing of allied forces Normandy Omaha Utah Paratroopers dropped behind the lines

D-Day • • Operation Overlord planned invasion The day of the invasion French beaches D-Day • • Operation Overlord planned invasion The day of the invasion French beaches Landing of allied forces Normandy Omaha Utah Paratroopers dropped behind the lines

 • • • Pacific turning point Nimitz Sunk Japanese fleet Let US fight • • • Pacific turning point Nimitz Sunk Japanese fleet Let US fight an offensive war in Pacific Japan went on the defensive

Midway • • • Pacific turning point Nimitz Sunk Japanese fleet Let US fight Midway • • • Pacific turning point Nimitz Sunk Japanese fleet Let US fight an offensive war in Pacific Japan went on the defensive

 • • Mass produced homes Affordable GI’s could use V-A loan to buy • • Mass produced homes Affordable GI’s could use V-A loan to buy suburbs

Levittowns • • Mass produced homes Affordable GI’s could use V-A loan to buy Levittowns • • Mass produced homes Affordable GI’s could use V-A loan to buy suburbs

 • • • Hitler Exterminate Jews Genocide Poland Death Camps • • • Hitler Exterminate Jews Genocide Poland Death Camps

Final Solution • • • Hitler Exterminate Jews Genocide Poland Death Camps Final Solution • • • Hitler Exterminate Jews Genocide Poland Death Camps

 • Blitzkrieg Poland • Failure of Appeasement • Britain and France declare War • Blitzkrieg Poland • Failure of Appeasement • Britain and France declare War

WWII Beginning • Blitzkrieg Poland • Failure of Appeasement • Britain and France declare WWII Beginning • Blitzkrieg Poland • Failure of Appeasement • Britain and France declare War

 • • Soviet Union Germany Promise to not attack one another Hitler signed • • Soviet Union Germany Promise to not attack one another Hitler signed without the intention of keeping his promise to not attack: he wanted lebensraum in USSR

Non-Aggression Pact • • Soviet Union Germany Promise to not attack one another Hitler Non-Aggression Pact • • Soviet Union Germany Promise to not attack one another Hitler signed without the intention of keeping his promise to not attack: he wanted lebensraum in USSR

 • • US spy plane Shot down Gary Powers captured by soviets Eisenhower • • US spy plane Shot down Gary Powers captured by soviets Eisenhower denied that US was spying on USSR

U-2 Incident • • US spy plane Shot down Gary Powers captured by soviets U-2 Incident • • US spy plane Shot down Gary Powers captured by soviets Eisenhower denied that US was spying on USSR

 • Sustained bombing of London • German air raids • Royal Air Force • Sustained bombing of London • German air raids • Royal Air Force fought Germans in the sky

Battle of Britain • Sustained bombing of London • German air raids • Royal Battle of Britain • Sustained bombing of London • German air raids • Royal Air Force fought Germans in the sky

 • • Trials War crimes of Nazi leaders Holocaust Crimes against Humanity • • Trials War crimes of Nazi leaders Holocaust Crimes against Humanity

Nuremburg Trials • • Trials War crimes of Nazi leaders Holocaust Crimes against Humanity Nuremburg Trials • • Trials War crimes of Nazi leaders Holocaust Crimes against Humanity

 • Economic cooperation between US and Latin America • Containment policy • John • Economic cooperation between US and Latin America • Containment policy • John F. Kennedy

Alliance for Progress • Economic cooperation between US and Latin America • Containment policy Alliance for Progress • Economic cooperation between US and Latin America • Containment policy • John F. Kennedy

 • Failed • Covert operation that started with Eisenhower and took place during • Failed • Covert operation that started with Eisenhower and took place during Kennedy • CIA trained Cuban exiles • Overthrow Fidel Castro

Bay of Pigs • Failed • Covert operation that started with Eisenhower and took Bay of Pigs • Failed • Covert operation that started with Eisenhower and took place during Kennedy • CIA trained Cuban exiles • Overthrow Fidel Castro

 • Ended Cuban Missile Crisis • Limited nuclear testing • Installed hot line • Ended Cuban Missile Crisis • Limited nuclear testing • Installed hot line between Kremlin and White House

Test-Ban treaty • Ended Cuban Missile Crisis • Limited nuclear testing • Installed hot Test-Ban treaty • Ended Cuban Missile Crisis • Limited nuclear testing • Installed hot line between Kremlin and White House

 • Symbol of communism • Separated democratic west from communist east • Stood • Symbol of communism • Separated democratic west from communist east • Stood for a quarter of century

Berlin Wall • Symbol of communism • Separated democratic west from communist east • Berlin Wall • Symbol of communism • Separated democratic west from communist east • Stood for a quarter of century

 • Led communist revolution in China • Led communist revolution in China

Mao Tse-tung • Led communist revolution in China Mao Tse-tung • Led communist revolution in China

 • Turning point • European Theater • Soviet Union fought off 90, 000 • Turning point • European Theater • Soviet Union fought off 90, 000 German troops • US did not send help • Created tension between the US & USSR

Battle of Stalingrad • Turning point • European Theater • Soviet Union fought off Battle of Stalingrad • Turning point • European Theater • Soviet Union fought off 90, 000 German troops • US did not send help • Created tension between the US & USSR

 • Strong woman during WWII • Worked in factory in traditional man’s job • Strong woman during WWII • Worked in factory in traditional man’s job • Filled the gap left by men serving in war

Rosie the Riveter • Strong woman during WWII • Worked in factory in traditional Rosie the Riveter • Strong woman during WWII • Worked in factory in traditional man’s job • Filled the gap left by men serving in war

 • • WAC: Women’s Army Corps Tuskegee Airmen Code Talkers 442 nd • • WAC: Women’s Army Corps Tuskegee Airmen Code Talkers 442 nd

Minorities in Service WWII • • WAC: Women’s Army Corps Tuskegee Airmen Code Talkers Minorities in Service WWII • • WAC: Women’s Army Corps Tuskegee Airmen Code Talkers 442 nd

 • • • Planned Pacific War Japan Unconditional Surrender Truman & Stalin Truman • • • Planned Pacific War Japan Unconditional Surrender Truman & Stalin Truman revealed A-Bomb Stalin wanted reparations – Truman told him to take them out of his occupation zone

Potsdam Conference • • • Planned Pacific War Japan Unconditional Surrender Truman & Stalin Potsdam Conference • • • Planned Pacific War Japan Unconditional Surrender Truman & Stalin Truman revealed A-Bomb Stalin wanted reparations – Truman told him to take them out of his occupation zone

 • Big Three – Stalin – Churchill – Roosevelt • Declaration of a • Big Three – Stalin – Churchill – Roosevelt • Declaration of a liberated Europe – Free Elections in future • Created four occupation zones • Conference scheduled to create United Nations

Yalta Conference • Big Three – Stalin – Churchill – Roosevelt • Declaration of Yalta Conference • Big Three – Stalin – Churchill – Roosevelt • Declaration of a liberated Europe – Free Elections in future • Created four occupation zones • Conference scheduled to create United Nations

 • May 8, 1945 • Hitler committed suicide on April 30, 1945 • • May 8, 1945 • Hitler committed suicide on April 30, 1945 • Germany unconditional surrender

V-E Day • May 8, 1945 • Hitler committed suicide on April 30, 1945 V-E Day • May 8, 1945 • Hitler committed suicide on April 30, 1945 • Germany unconditional surrender

 • • Pamphlets Newsreel Posters Magazines • • Pamphlets Newsreel Posters Magazines

Propaganda • • Pamphlets Newsreel Posters Magazines Propaganda • • Pamphlets Newsreel Posters Magazines

 • • • North Africa Rommel: German Commander Eisenhower: Commander of Allied Forces • • • North Africa Rommel: German Commander Eisenhower: Commander of Allied Forces Patton: US Commander Invasion to create a launch pad for a mainland invasion through Italy

Operation Torch • • • North Africa Rommel: German Commander Eisenhower: Commander of Allied Operation Torch • • • North Africa Rommel: German Commander Eisenhower: Commander of Allied Forces Patton: US Commander Invasion to create a launch pad for a mainland invasion through Italy

 • Freedom of speech and expression • Freedom of every person to worship • Freedom of speech and expression • Freedom of every person to worship God in his own way • Freedom from want • Freedom from fear

Four Freedoms • Freedom of speech and expression • Freedom of every person to Four Freedoms • Freedom of speech and expression • Freedom of every person to worship God in his own way • Freedom from want • Freedom from fear

 • • African Americans Moved North Escape discrimination Job opportunities in north • • African Americans Moved North Escape discrimination Job opportunities in north

Northern Migration • • African Americans Moved North Escape discrimination Job opportunities in north Northern Migration • • African Americans Moved North Escape discrimination Job opportunities in north