They became communist
They were torn apart by civil wars
They were replaced by dictators
Hitler had taken power in Germany
Germany had attacked Poland
Germany had attacked Czechoslovakia
Germany had pulled out of the League of Nations
Germany joined the Axis powers
Germany engaged in a three-front war
Germany bombed Britain for two months
Germany entered into a nonaggression pact with Britain
Ownership of property
He agreed with the isolationists and promoted an isolationist policy.
He wanted to help the Allies but had to appease U.S. citizens who opposed entering the war.
He wanted to avoid the war because he did not see it as a threat to the United States.
He did not understand the position of isolationists and was eager to join the war.
A statement of war aims compiled by Roosevelt and Churchill
A nonaggression pact between Germany and the Soviet Union
A policy allowing the president to provide arms to certain foreign countries
An order to shoot German U-boats on sight
Raise and extend the income tax.
Impose wage and price controls.
Encourage the purchase of war bonds.
Increase production of consumer goods.
Fighter pilots and foot soldiers.
Shipbuilders and waitresses.
Scientists and factory workers.
Nurses and radio operators.
Invade the coast of Great Britain and then take over the entire country.
Keep food and war supplies from reaching Great Britain and the Soviet Union.
Prevent Allied forces from landing in Normandy and liberating France.
Prevent the invasion of North Africa.
A brutal winter.
A massive Allied invasion.
A massive Soviet counterattack.
Hitler's refusal to order a German retreat.
End the war quickly.
Weaken Japan for a long time.
Get revenge for Pearl Harbor.
Save Japanese lives.
African Americans to serve in combat positions.
Soldiers to take short leaves from fighting
Veterans to attend college for free.
Enlisted men to receive officer training.
Strong anti-Japanese sentiment.
Verified reports of Japanese Americans acting as spies.
The lack of Japanese Americans serving in the armed forces.
Rumors that the Japanese were developing an atomic bomb.
Sit-ins in the South staged by CORE
The actions of the Tuskegee Airmen.
Anti-Mexican demonstrations in Detroit.
The zoot suit riots in LA
Severely punished Japan for its role in the war
Allowed Japan to keep its government, as long as different people were in control
Refused to help rebuild Japan's economy
Occupied Japan and helped it to establish a constitution and democratic government
A series of trials to sentence U.S. military deserters from World War II
A series of trials in which Americans were accused of being communists
An international tribunal to try Nazi officials for crimes against humanity
The lawsuits brought by German Americans against the United States over internment
They were paid much less than men for the same jobs.
They were paid as much as men for the same jobs.
They worked mainly in secretarial and office jobs.
They showed that they couldn't perform many of the jobs men normally did.
Began to export more products to South America than to Europe.
Most assembly jobs to Mexico.
Began to manufacture more products in Japan rather than in the United States.
Spread to the South and West, historically dominated by ranching and mining.
The start of the motion picture industry.
Faster and more powerful trains.
The invention of the atomic bomb.
The start of the automobile industry.
The United States should wait until the USSR had developed one before using it.
Its power was greater than needed to defeat the Japanese.
It should be kept a secret for several more years.
The Japanese would retaliate against U.S. cities.
Limit the aid the USSR would give Turkey and Greece.
Allow free elections in Eastern Europe.
Allow Italy to retain its previous form of government.
Allow capitalism in Poland and Austria.
Their ships had engaged in several naval battles in the Pacific.
They did not have diplomatic relations and had not formally talked for several years.
They shared control of military bases on the island of Midway.
Diplomats on both sides had agreed to talk to avoid a showdown.
How strong the Japanese military could be if the Allies did not have USSR support.
That an invasion of Japan might involve too many Allied casualties.
That the Allies should do most of their fighting by air, without risking ground troops.
How weak Japanese resistance would be to an invasion of the mainland.