A political movement that allows rights to the people, and gives exclusive right to vote.
A type of government where two leaders rule adjacently.
A dictatorship where the people control business.
A political movement that denies individual rights, insisting on government controlling business.
The Wiener Republic.
The United States of America.
The Weimar Republic.
The National Socialist German Workers Party.
Went to war with Germany.
Printed paper money and caused inflation.
Caused Italy to clash with France.
Was led by Winston Churchill.
The National Socialist German Workers Party
The Workers Union of Germany
German Workers Unite
The German Workers Party
The Italian and German Axis Powers
The Italy-Germany Axis
The Mussolini-Hitler Axis
The Rome-Berlin Axis
Hitler, Dadlier, and Chamberlain
Hitler, Dadlier, and Churchill
Stalin, Hitler, and Churchill
Stalin, Churchill, and Dadlier
That Germany could take all of Poland if they left Austria alone
Italy could take half of Germany if they allowed Hitler to assume power of the Vatican
Italy and France would attack Germany at the nearest site to their armies
Germany would take Sudetenland and leave the rest of the country alone
France and Great Britain
Germany and Italy
Italy and France
Germany and USSR
The Fake War
The Lend-Lease Act and the Naval Act
The Naval Assistance Act and the Battleship Act
The Destroyer Act and the Lend-Lease Act
The Destroyer Act and the Naval Act
Some of Great Britain's military bases
Territory from the British Empire
Half of Poland
Of the attack at Pearl Harbor
They had declared war on each other
The US didn't like that Japan attacked Manchuria
The US was prejudiced against Japanese people
The March of Manchuria
The Bataan Death March
The March of Death
It was won by the Japanese
Nobody was killed
It was a turning point in the war in the Pacific for the Allies
The Japanese cracked the American code
The Japanese were invited back into Hawaii
The Battle of Canal
The Battle of Guava
The Battle of Guadalcanal
The Battle of Britain
False; Battle of Britain
False; Battle of Midway
False; Battle of Iwo Jima
Auschwitz and Chamberlain
Limbertin and Auschwitz
Treblinka and Chamberlain
Auschwitz and Treblinka
Mass shootings and mass graves
Jumping off cliffs
That the USSR was evil
That bananas were tasty
That Italy should fight against Germany
That Italy should fight against the Allied powers
USSR, the United States, and Great Britain
Stalin, Churchill, and FDR
FDR, Hitler, and Churchill
Germany, USSR, and the United States
An invasion of Germany
Operation Overlord, an amphibious attack on France
Operation Overlord, an amphibious attack on Germany
Stalin and FDR would meet for another conference
The Yalta Conference
The Malta Conference
The Lalitha Conference
The Casablanca Conference
Mussolini, Hitler, and Stalin
Stalin, Mussolini, and Dadlier
Churchill, FDR, and Mussolini
Hitler, Mussolini, and FDR
Victory of the English
Victory in England
Victory in Europe
The Casablanca Conference by Stalin
The Potsdam Conference by Truman
The Yalta Conference by FDR
The Yalta Conference by Churchill
Harry S. Truman
400,000 and 40,000
500,000 and 1,000,000
40,000 and 200,000
10,000 and 500,000