Essay about Driver Ed

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` A ` 1 R4 a system of brutal Russian labor camps- Gulag
Nazi secret police- Gestapo militant supporters of Benito Mussolini- Black shirts
“Night of Broken Glass”- Kristallnacht a class of wealthy farmers whom Stalin destroyed- Kulaks
German city in which Allies held war crimes trials- Nuremberg giving in to an aggressor’s demands to maintain peace- Appeasement site of Allied war strategy meeting- Yalta
“lightning war”- Blitzkrieg site of major Russian victory over German troops- Stalingrad opposition to all war- pacifism location of first U.S. atomic bombing- Hiroshima
League of Nations respond when Japan invaded Manchuria in 1931 by condeming Japan’s action but did nothing to stop it
U.S. president Franklin D. Roosevelt proposed a massive package of Depression relief called the New Deal
The a key characteristic of fascism in the 1920s and 1930s was the supremacy of the state
On Stalin’s collectives, the government provided tractors, fertilizers, and seed
Stalin attempted to make the cultural life of the Soviet Union more Russian by promoting a policy of russification
Dawes Plan- agreement reduced German reparations and provided U.S. loans to Germany
In 1935, the Nazis passed the Nuremberg Laws which deprived Jews of German citizenship
The U.S. became the world’s leading economic power in the 1920s
Governments raised tariffs to protect their economies contributed to the spread of economic problems around the world in the 1930’s
Under Mussolini’s rule in Italy there was a one-party dictatorship
The fascists ended political feuding in government was the appeal of Mussolini’s fascist government to Italians
Stalin feared rival party leaders was the cause of the Great Purge
The elite often suffered from Stalin’s purges was a drawback of being among the Soviet elite under Stalin
Rearming Germany a rejection of the Versailles treaty
Nazi-Soviet Pact gave Germany a free hand in Poland the Spanish Civil War was called a “dress rehearsal” for World War II because The Nazis used the war to test their new weapons
Hitler decided to invade the Soviet Union because he wanted the Soviet Union’s vast natural resources
Relocation to ghettos was official Nazi policy towards the Jews of Germany and the occupied territories the Battle of the Bulge- It delayed the Allied advance from the west
The German air force was almost grounded by the time of the D-Day invasion because the Germans had little fuel due to Allied bombing
The U.S. strategy of “island-hopping” in the Pacific allowed the U.S. to gradually move north toward Japan to create a protective buffer zone of friendly governments was one of Stalin’s major goals in Eastern Europe after World War II
Truman Doctrine was rooted in the idea of containment.
The League of Nations voted sanctions against Italy for invading Ethiopia in 1935
Hitler violated the Versailles treaty in 1936 by He sending troops into the Rhineland the British and French persuaded the Czechs to surrender the Sudetenland at the Munich Conference in 1938 to avoid war
The Luftwaffe attacked ground targets from the