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  1. WW 2 Jeopardy AP and US History

  2. The Italian fascist leader

  3. Benito Mussolini (Il Duce)

  4. The President of the USA through much of WW 2

  5. FDR

  6. The President of the USA at the end of the war-decided to drop the atomic weapons on Japan

  7. Harry S. Truman

  8. The Spanish dictator and fascist who won the Spanish Civil War

  9. Francisco Franco

  10. The Japanese Military commander and Prime Minister during WW 2

  11. General Tojo

  12. The British Prime Minister of Great Britain during WW 2-“we will never surrender!”

  13. Winston Churchill

  14. The German airforce

  15. Luftwaffe

  16. The Japanese suicide pilots

  17. Kamikaze

  18. The military alliance of Japan, Germany and Italy

  19. The Axis

  20. The military alliance of the USA, Britain, France and USSR (Russia)

  21. The Allies

  22. The Soviet Dictator who made a deal with Hitler to divide up Poland

  23. Josef Stalin

  24. The supreme Japanese leader during WW 2 worshipped as a god

  25. Hirohito

  26. Famous Cubist Spanish artist who painted the disturbing “Guernica.”

  27. Pablo Picasso

  28. Belief that we create our own morality (right and wrong) and that there is no meaning to this life especially beyond the grave-this ideology influenced many wartime artists

  29. nihilism

  30. The German commander of the Afrika Corps who reconquered all of North Africa for the oil fields and other resources

  31. Erwin Rommel (“the Desert Fox”)

  32. The nickname for the icon of female factory workers during WW2

  33. Rosie the Riveter

  34. Hitler’s long-time mistress turned wife

  35. Eva Braun

  36. War-time surreal painter famous for his optical illusions and strange artwork.

  37. Salvador Dali

  38. The act of giving something and pleasing another in order to avoid conflict or trouble

  39. appeasement

  40. The foreign policy of strict non-involvement in world affairs, usually accompanied by claiming neutrality in conflicts

  41. Isolationism

  42. What did Hitler use concentration camps for?

  43. To imprison and kill Jews and other “enemies”

  44. The largest of the Holocaust concentration camps (located in Poland)

  45. Auschwitz

  46. The name of the boat filled with Jewish refugees that FDR and US government turned away

  47. SS St. Louis

  48. Why did the American government force Japanese American citizens into intern camps during WW 2

  49. wartimes call for protecting national security more than protecting individual rights (Jap-americans viewed as a threat)

  50. Which foreign policy did the USA once again practice between WW I and WW II