How many Canadians served Asia during the Second World War? (estimately)
What is the name of the Rememberance poem?
Who made the Rememberance Day Poem?
When was the Rememberance Day poem published?
Who was John McCrae?
What does the symbol of the poppy mean?
When did World War II start?
When did World War II end?
The ________ and many more brave people helped fight in World War II
Rememberance Day is also know as
When is it Rememberance Day?
World War I started and ended on?
Canada tried to keep peace in Egypt and Israel from being controlled by other nations this almost lead to?
More than 4000 Canadian Armed Forces memebers served in 1990-1991 during the _______.
The Gulf War in Persia ended when the Coalition Forces..?
The capital of West Germany.
The capital of East Germany.
The Berlin Wall was built on 13. _____________ 1961
East Germany abbreviation
West Germany abbreviation:
Berliner __________ (wall)
3. Oktober 2020 celebrates this many years of reunification
____.November 1989 - when the wall came down.
Wiedervereinigung is the German word for:
East and West Germany were created after World War ____.
True or False: The entire Berlin wall was destroyed.
True or False: The wall was built to keep West Berliners from leaving.
True or False: The Berlin wall ended up surrounding all of East Berlin
Soviet work camp
Originally designed to avoid American involvement in World War II by preventing loans to those countries taking part in the conflict
Japanese Special Attack Units of military aviators who initiated suicide attacks
American pilots who fought for China
American's backyard gardens for helping the war effort
Mass slaughter of Jews, Gypsies, homosexuals, and the retarded
Japanese forced about 60,000 of Americans and Philippines to march 100 miles with little food and water, most died or were killed
Native Americans form a code that the Japanese could not interpret
United States Marine Corps landed on and eventually captured this island from Imperial Japanese Army
Became President when FDR died
US war strategy in the Pacific
A 1944-1945 battle in which Allied forces turned back the last major German offensive of World War II
Who did Germany invade during The Blitz?
Where did people hide to get away from the bombings?
What sound would worn people a bombing raid was about to start?
What was it called when every one had to turn off the lights and put newspaper and tape on their windows?
What was the names of the balloons that were used to make the German aircrafts fly higher?
How many nights was London bombed for?
Who organised the attacks on Britain?
What was the name of the German Air Force ?
What was the name of the V-1 flying bomb?
What was it called when children had to move away during the war to stay safe?
What is the name of the British Air Force ?
What Muslim scholar travelled through the known medieval world documenting his travels as he went?
What monarch is credited with beginning Manlike expansion and creating the Mali Empire?
The first Ming emperor of China was
Where was the capital of the Mongol empire under Chinggis Khan?
What Chinese dynasty succeeded the Mongol Yuan dynasty in China?
In the early 12th century, the Jin kingdom of northern China was defeated by a Mongol confederation under the leadership of Chinggis Khan's great grandfather,
Who was the Turkic nomadic leader who began a period of conquest beginning in the 1360s?
What admiral commanded China's great overseas expeditions between 1405 and 1433?
What Russian city profited most from the Mongol invasion?
In 1271, Kubilai Khan changed the name of the Mongol dynasty in China to
a group that heavily influenced the ratification of the 18th amendment
man who traveled across the Atlantic ocean solo from NYC to Paris
who started the back to Africa movement
president who wanted to return to Normalcy
group of people that were feared during the red scare
created the first plane to take off and land n water
the men who were arrested and executed due to nativity fear spurred on by the red scare
movement of African Americans to the north for jobs
music that was contributed from the harlem renaissance
selling of this product was a major cause of prosperity
court case that argued modern vs traditionalism
women who challenged traditional restrictions
scandal that warren Harding was involved in sold land with oil on it
people that disliked foreigners and immigrants
18th amendment led to a rise in
repealed prohibition and brought alcohol back
investing in the stock market
effort of the harlem renaissance
underground club that sold alcohol illegally
types of purchases that increased
awakening of African Americans culture in NYC
German Nazi dictator during World War II
The alliance of Britain, France, and Russia
A nuclear weapon in which enormous energy is released by nuclear fission
The alliance of Italy, Germany, and Japan
Italian fascist dictator
German word meaning “lightening war”
The first day of the Allied invasion of Normandy
A ruler who is unconstrained by law
United States general who supervised the invasion of Normandy and the defeat of Nazi Germany; 34th President of the United States
Nickname for the American plane that that dropped the Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima, Japan
Became 33rd. President of the United States on Roosevelt’s death in 1945 and was elected President in 1948; authorized the use of Atomic bombs against Japan
Japanese Prime Minister and mastermind of Japanese military
United States physic who directed the project at Los Alamos that developed the first atomic bomb
Communist dictator of Soviet Union
Code name for the secrete United States project set up in 1942 to develop atomic bombs for use in World War II
A German member of Adolf Hitler’s political party
Culture icon representing the women who worked in factories during World War II
The date the Allies celebrated victory in Europe. May 8, 1945
Japan surrendered to the Allies, August 14, 1945; formal surrender took place Sep. 2, 1945, ending the war
A war in which Great Britain, France, the Soviet Union, and the United States
One of main causes that kick started the Civil War.
First battle of the Civil War in Manassas Junction, Virginia.
Mini-civil war between pro- and anti-slavery in Kansas from 1856 to 1865.
President in control during the Civil War.
Spiked -shaped weapon that fits on the end of a musket.
American military officer and politician, the 18th President.
Pro-slavery group in the Civil War
Anti-slavery group in the Civil War.
Warships designed to be impervious to enemy shot, due to their iron-armored wooden hulls.
Heavy large-caliber muzzle-loading usually smooth bore shoulder firearm.
Person who worked to end slavery.
To separate from the Union.
Post Civil War Southern states were rebuilt and brought back to the Union.
Former slave who sued for his freedom.
The dictator ( leader ) of Italy during WWII
The dictator ( leader ) of Germany during WWII
The emperor ( leader ) of Japan during WWII
The Prime Minister ( leader ) of Great Britain during WWII
US First Lady during most of WWII. Helped promote the Tuskegee Airmen and the formation of the U.N.
United States President during most of WWII ( he died in office in 1945 )
United States President ( after FDR's death ) who decided to drop the atom bombs on Japan.
The premier ( leader ) of the Soviet Union during WWII
An elite African American group of pilots
An image used to represent women who helped in war efforts
The air raid of the United States' main naval harbor in Hawaii that lead the United States to enter World War II
Japan invades parts of China and Taiwan.
Germany invades neighboring countries. They also invade Poland
A major battle in the Pacific that helped lead to the defeat of Japan.
The beach invasion in Normandy, France that helped lead to the defeat of Germany
Victory in Europe Day- the day the Allies accepted Germany's surrender; marks the end of WWII
Victory in Japan Day- the day Japan surrendered to the Allies
The mass detention and killing of many, particularly those of Jewish heritage
Where the United States dropped atomic bombs ( in Japan )
Leader and Dictator of Nazi Germany who led Europe into World War II.
___ Powers consisted of the US, Britain, France, and Soviet Union who opposed and were against the Axis powers during World War II
The mass murder of Jews through the Nazis. More than 6 million Jews were killed as well as non- Jews including people with disabilities and gypsies from 1941 to 1945
When Japan bombed Hawaii on December 7th 1941. It caused the US to go into World War II
Leader of the national fascist party and leader of Italy. He was a dictator and helped Germany in WW2
___ Powers consisted of Germany, Italy, and Japan who formed an alliance and were against the Allied Powers in World War II
Political party in Germany led by Adolf Hitler. They started the Third Reich and lasted from 1920 to 1945, the end of World War II
Turning point of the war, when the Allies invaded and defeated Germany at the beaches in Normandy France. A very important victory for the Allies Blitzkrieg / means “lightning war” in German. When the Nazis and Hitler would quickly attack a country and take it before it could fight back
Franklin D. ___ was the 32nd president of the United States who was in office during World War II and had the United States enter the war
Harry ___ was the 33rd president who took office after FDR died. He was the leader of the US during the two atomic bombs that were dropped on Japan and the end of World War II. He tried to help limit communism by improving foreign policy
City in Japan that was bombed August 9th, 1945. The second atomic bomb to be dropped in Japan by the United States to get them to surrender and accept the Potsdam Declaration. The Bombing was nicknamed Fat Man
City in Japan that was bombed August 6th, 1945. The first atomic bomb to be dropped in Japan by the United States to get them to surrender and accept the Potsdam Declaration. The Bombing was nicknamed Little Boy
Battle of the ___ lasted from December 1944 to January 1945 when the Allied Powers stalled at the German border after taking back France. Germany attacked them in Belgium and Luxembourg, which pushed a 30-mile bulge into the Allied Lines. The Allies stopped the Germans and eventually the Germans lost
___ Day happened on May 8,1945 When the Allies finally won the part of the war in Europe and everyone celebrated
Hideki ___ was the Prime Minister of Japan and general of the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II. He led Japan to War by giving approval for the attack of Pearl Harbor and played a major part in their military decisions
__ Test was America's top secret testing of atomic weapons in New Mexico in July 1945. It was part of the also top-secret Manhattan Project
Joseph ___ was the dictator of the Soviet Union during World War II. He is known for brutally killing at least 20 million people and starved anyone to death who disagreed with him
___ Sea Battle Lasted from May 4 - May 8, 1942. This was the first time Japan and America battled each other off the coast of Australia. America and Australia tried to stop the Japanese from attacking Port Moresby with aircraft and naval ships
___ camps were prison camps established by Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party for Jews and other political prisoners during the war. There millions of people were brutally tortured and killed