Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Socialists and communists
Germans dug tunnels and made a surprise attack on the British.
Americans provided new machine guns for the British.
Soldiers on both sides met each other without weapons and sang Christmas carols including the most famous song, Silent Night, Holy Night.
British used chemical gas for the first time in war.
French journalists who opposed an army cover-up
People who wanted a homeland in Palestine for the Jews
Founders of France's Third Republic
Supporters of the British Parliament
Loss of appetite
Protect the nation's industries from foreign competition
Give government complete control of the means of production
Establish minimum wages and maximum working hours
Limited government interference in economic matters
Election of Abraham Lincoln
Attack by the British
War with Mexico
The Emancipation Proclamation
Nigeria and South Africa
Ethiopia and Liberia
French West Africa and Algeria
Egypt and the Sudan
Dresden and Berlin
Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Tokyo and Hong Kong
Leyte Island and Midway
German Democratic Republic, or East Germany
Soviet Union only
Democratic nations of Western Europe
Soviet Union and its satellite nations
Front line land
The battle land
General George Patton
General Erwin Rommel
General Dwight D. Eisenhower
General Bernard Montgomery
Riots and street killings
Non-violent resistance and civil disobedience
Attacking British government buildings
A coalition government.
People had a fear of Communist revolution.
Fascists promised a loss of individual rights.
Fascists wanted to control industry.
All of the above