Global History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 31 of 40)

Global History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 31 of 40)
Global History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 31 of 40)
Global History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 31 of 40)
Global History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 31 of 40)
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World War II, Treaty of Versailles, Japan's invasion of China, Germany's attack on Poland, beginning of WWII in Europe and Asia, invasion of Poland by Nazi forces, lacked natural barriers, Japan's invasion of Manchuria, Italy's attack on Ethiopia, Germany's blitzkrieg in Poland, military aggression, annexation of Czechoslovakia, weakness of the League of Nations, appeasement, attempt to avoid conflict by meeting the demands of an aggressor, Adolf Hitler, Britain, France, Munich Conference, prevent the start of another world war, allowed the aggressive actions of Germany to go unchecked, Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis, embargo on scrap iron, steel and oil exports, Pearl Harbor attack, the Allied Powers, D-Day, invasion of France, forced Germans to fight a two-front war, Bosporus and Dardanelles Straits, strategic objective, provide access to the Black and Mediterranean Seas, Napoleon, strategic military error, invading Russia with limited supplies, climate, geographic factor, Napoleon's defeat in 1812, Hitler's defeat at Stalingrad in 1943, harsh climate, Japanese invasion of southeast Asia, acquire supplies of oil and rubber, korean peninsula, location has led to invasion and occupation by other nations, United States bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Rape of Nanking (Nanjing), human rights violation, Armenian massacre, the Holocaust, Jews, the Final Solution, Nuremberg Trials, principles of responsibility for human rights violations, Nazi political and military leaders were held accountable for their actions, crimes against humanity, United Nations, means of solving international problems, collective security, coordinating global peacekeeping
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