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What was one main reason for the start of the Vietnam War? Cold War
What agreement caused France to withdraw their troops from Vietnam? Geneva Agreement
How long was the Vietnam War? Ten Years
Which president started the Vietnam War? Johnson
Who had the most tours in the Vietnam War? Robert Lewis Howard
In what region of Vietnam did 284,000 soldiers die? South
Who was the highest-ranking American general to die in the war? Harold J. Greene
How long were US troops stationed in Vietnam? Nineteen Years
What was the last battle fought in the Vietnam War? Xuan Loc
What country stole land from Vietnam and turned it into plantations? France
At the time who was the leader of Vietnam? Ho Chi Minh
What branch of the American military lost the most soldiers? Army
What was the deadliest day in the Vietnam War? November 19 1967
What incident led to the US engaging directly in the Vietnam War? The Gulf of Tonkin
What president was in office at the end of the War? Nixon
What year did the US intervene into the War? 1954
Who was the last soldier ever reported to have died in the Vietnam War? Charles McMahon
Who was the youngest soldier to have ever died in the Vietnam War? Dan Bullock
How old was Dan Bullock when he died? Fifteen
Who lead France during the Vietnam War? Charles de Gaulle

Vietnam crossword

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A symbol of the cold war from 1961-1989 it seperated communist east Germany from Free west Germany Berlin Wall
a communication link established in 1963 to allow the leaders of the United States and the Soviet Union to contact each other in times of crisis Hot line
an organization whose goal it was to win Vietnam's independence from foreign rule Vietminh
the idea that if a nation falls under communist control, nearby nations will also fall under communist control Domino Theory
A law enacted in 1973, limiting a president rights to send troops into battle without consulting congress War Powers Act
A conflict of words and ideas between nations rather than armies. Cold war
a 1954 peace agreement that divided Vietnam into Communist-controlled North Vietnam and non-Communist South Vietnam until unification elections could be held in 1956 Geneva Accords
the southern Vietnamese soldiers with whom U.S. troops fought against communism and forces in the North during the Vietnam War ARVN
a gasoline-based substance used in bombs that U.S. planes dropped in Vietnam in order to burn away jungle and expose Vietcong hideouts Napalm
equired enrollment in the armed services Draft
South Vietnams President, a strong anti-Communist Ngo Diem
a drop or reduction in time in service. A soldier with 150 days or less remaining on his active duty commitment when he DEROSed from Vietnam also ETSed from the army under the Early Out program. Early-Outs
refers to soldiers who are qualified as parachutists Airborne
a Vietnamese leader who demanded Vietnam’s independence from France Ho Chi Minh
National Liberation Front (NLF), South Vietnamese guerrilla fighters supported by communists in North Vietnam Vietcong
a supporter of Johnson’s war policies hawk
a coordinated assault, in January 1968, by the Vietcong and North Vietnamese on South Vietnamese cities and bases Tet Offensive
the difference between what the Johnson administration said about the war and what journalists in Vietnam saw and reported credibility gap
a village in South Vietnam where U.S. soldiers killed unarmed civilians My Lai
a 1973 agreement between the United States, South Vietnam, North Vietnam, and the Vietcong for a cease-fire and U.S. troop withdrawal from South Vietnam Paris Peace Accords

Vietnam War crossword puzzle

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The establishment of a colony in one territory. colonialism
All property and all means of production belong to the government, private property does not exist and all goods are shared equally. communism
America's belief that if one country came under control of communists, then neighboring countries would as well. Domino Theory
A form of irregular warfare in which a small group of combatants use military tactics to fight a larger army. Guerilla Warfare
Extreme loyalty to one's country. Nationalism
The army that fought the United States and the South Vietnamese governments. Vietcong
Individuals that served in the armed forces of their country. Veterans
The 35th president of the United States and was assassinated in 1963. John Kennedy
The 37th president of the United States and got them out of the Vietnam War. Richard Nixon
The leader of the North vietnamese during the Vietnam War. Ho Chi Minh
The 34th president and was a commander in Europe during WW2. Dwight Eisenhower
The 36th president and was put into office after Kennedy was assassinated. Lyndon Johnson
The forced induction of a person into the armed forces. draft
a series of surprise attacks by the Vietcong and North Vietnamese forces. tet offensive
American foreign policy to stop the spread of communism. containment
Help by the United States they fought against North Vietnam. South Vietnam
A sprayable gel that the United States military used as a weapon in the Vietnam War. napalm
President Nixon's plan to take all the United States troops in Vietnam and let South Vietnam fight North Vietnam. vietnamization
A soldier that has been taken captive by the enemy. Prisoner of war
People that are against something. protest

Vietnam War Crossword

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What country entered the war to stop communism? United States
this Country controlled Vietnam before and right after WWII France
The leader of the North Vietnam Ho Chi Minh
What were the Vietnamese guerilla fighters called? Vietcong
the president of the United States since 1963 - 1968 Lyndon Johnson
The two countries that helped North Vietnam with supplies China, Soviet Union
The trail that helped the Vietnamese supply their troops Ho Chi Minh Trail
What country did the United States support during the Vietnam War? South Vietnam
In 1975, the Fall of _________ occured. Saigon
What was one type of protest during the Vietnam War? Hippie protest

World War One Crossword

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german attack plan in case of two front war schlieffen
whose assassination resulted in ww1 Franz Ferdinand
allaince between Germany, Italy, and Austria-Hungary triple alliance
allaince between France, Britain, and Russia triple entente
which country switched sides in the war Italy
country that Germany gave a blank check Austria Hungary
country that left the war in 1918 Russia
having pride in the military and keeping an army ready for war militarism
agreement to stop fighting that ended ww1 armistice
limiting supplies such as food and clothes etc. rationing
one sided information created to keep people supporting the war propaganda
a way of attack where soldiers run out of trenches at the enemy trench warfare
the last central power to leave the war Germany
person from the U.S. who made series of peace proposals woodrow Wilson
french person who was nicknamed Tiger and really wanted Germany to be punished Clemenceau
the country germany invaded to get to France Belgium
the front in which France and Britain was fending off Germany western
the front at which there was more movement of land gained and lost eastern
Woodrow Wilson's plan for achieving lasting peace fourteen points
what battle happened july 1-November 18 1916 and was one of the bloodiest battles of the war Somme
what country did the Germans plan on defeating first france
country the person who kill Archduke Ferdinand is from Serbia
the sinking of what ship caused 1,198 deaths of citizens and almost dragged the u.s. into the war Lusitania
pledge the Germans signed to stop unrestricted warfare on ships sussex
what advance/revolution allowed for modern weapons to be produced industrial
some countries got extra soldiers from their_______. colonies
what country declared war on Germany april 6, 1917 Unitedstates
the person who assassinated the archduke of Austria Hungary june 28, 1914 Princip
the person who took Russia out of ww1 Lenin

Early Republic of America Crossword

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Description

Who enforced the laws in the Whiskey Rebellion? George Washington
Who lead the Democratic Republicans? Thomas Jefferson
What was used to protect domestic trade? Protective Tarrifs
What does Washington's farewell address warn us about? Political Parties
The _______ cabinet were advisors under Washington. Presidential
The Proclamation of _________ was stated by Washington to be impartial toward other countries. Neutrality
Alexander Hamilton was a ________ Federalist.
Thomas Jefferson was a Democratic __________. Republican
Washington's Proclamation of Neutrality tells us to be ________ . Impartial
Who was president during the XYZ Affair? John Adams
What was the diplomatic disagreement between the U. S. and France? XYZ Affair
The ____ and Sedition acts were passed during John Adams presidency. Alien
The Sedition act violated an amendment? Sedition
What amendment was violated? First amendment
Jefferson's refused John Adams midnight_________ and lead to Marbury vs Madison Appointments
What was established in Marbury vs Madison? Judicial Review
Jefferson was president during the _______ Purchase. Louisiana
Jefferson was also president during the _____ Act of 1807 Embargo
Who was president during the War of 1812 James Madison
The War of 1812 was between the U. S. and ______. Britain
What was a main cause of the War of 1812 Impressment
What treaty ended the War of 1812 Treaty of Ghent
The Battle of New Orleans helped who gain fame? Andrew Jackson
Who was the Monroe Doctrine written by? James Monroe
What was Hamilton's solution to the debt problem? National Bank

Presidents Crossword

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Description

Who became known as "The Father of Our Country"? George Washington
The famous claim that George Washington had teeth made of _____ is just a myth. Wood
One of George Washington’s major jobs before the presidency. Surveyor
What president added the oval office to the White House? Taft
Which President never lived in the White House? Washington
What president ended World War II? Truman
The 13th Amendment abolished what? Slavery
What president said, “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country”? Kennedy
What president ended the Korean War? Eisenhower
What president created the Civilian Conservation Corps? FranklinRoosevelt
How many presidents were impeached by the U.S. House of Representatives? Two
Who is the only U.S. President with no political or military experience? Trump
What president resigned before he could be impeached? Nixon
What president served the shortest term, but was credited with the longest inaugural address in history? Harrison
How many presidents were assassinated while in office? Four
What president became virtually blind due to a boxing accident while he was a president? TeddyRoosevelt
What is the most common presidential first name? James
The longest lived president was _______ _____ who died at age 93 years and 165 days. GeraldFord
Who is the youngest person to ever become president at the age of 42 years and 322 days? TheodoreRoosevelt
President who delivered the shortest inauguration speech in American history at 133 words? Washington
President who died on July 4th at his mountain top home and is also buried there? Jefferson
What president said, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself”? FranklinRoosevelt
Who was the oldest president to take office? Trump
How many Founding Fathers died on July 4th within 5 hours of each other? Two
President ___________ gifted his 189 acre farm to the federal government; Congress designated the property a National Historic Site. Eisenhower
Who was the tallest president at 6’4”? He was 1 foot taller than the shortest president Madison at 5’4”. Lincoln
The two tallest first ladies are Michelle Obama and _______ _______ at 5’11”. EleanorRoosevelt

Persian Gulf War Crossword

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Crossword
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Iraq invaded ___. Kuwait
Who did the U.S. go to defend? saudiarabia
Colin ___ was the Joint Chief of Staff for the U.S. Powell
What month was a ceasefire declared? February
How many soldiers were badly wounded for the U.S? 458
The ___ War was recognized as a decisive victory. Gulf
The U.S. used the ___ force. air
The war was called the ____ Gulf War. Persian
When did the war end? 1991
How many soldiers were wounded for Iraq? 300000
Who was the Secretary of Defense for the U.S? Cheney
What month did the war begin? August
What country had 100,000 soldiers killed? Iraq
Who was the president of the U.S? Bush
What was used in missiles? microchips
The U.S. relied on ____ satellites. spy
Both sides used ____ troops. ground
Saddam ____ was the president of Iraq. Hussein
When did the war start? 1990
How many soldiers were killed for the U.S? 200

World War 2 Crossword

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country where a single party controls the government and every aspect of people's lives totalitarian state
Those countries fighting against the Axis powers. i.e. Britain, France, USA, Canada, USSR etc allies
Great Britain's Prime Minister, Churchill was an eloquent speaker, who steeled the British to defy the Nazis, even as the Luftwaffe bombed London nightly Winston Churchill
The fascist leader of Nazi Germany and the architect of the Holocaust which killed six million Jewish people. Adolf Hitler
The communist leader of the Soviet Union. Joseph Stalin
The seeds for Germany's discontent and susceptibility to a racist like Hitler began with the end of WWI.Germany signed this which required it give up 13% of its territory including Alsace-Lorraine. That area alone included 6 million residents, vast raw materials (65% of Germany's iron ore reserves and 45% of its coal), and 10% of its factories. Germany also had to pay for the war's damages. Treaty of Versailles
Germany, Italy, and Japan axis
December 1944 — January 1945. Hitler's final, surprise counteroffensive to the Allied invasion. Took place in the Ardennes, a densely forested mountain range between France and Belgium, and was an attempt to recapture Antwerp, the Allies' major supply port. A blizzard kept Allied airplanes grounded, but the U.S. Army was able to move its troops through the snow to double its number of soldiers and triple its armored tanks in four days. It was the largest and bloodiest battle the Americans fought, with 19,000 soldiers killed. The hard-won Allied victory was a turning point in the war. Battle of the Bulge
"Lightening war," a surprise attack devised by Hitler, in which land-and-air attacks were coordinated, quick and brutal. Hitler used fast-moving tanks called Panzers, with infantry transported by trucks and dive-bombing planes that strafed soldiers and refugees. Battle maps from the Combat Studies Institute offer more information about Blitzkrieg and paths taken during the war. Blitzkrieg
June 6, 1944, the Allied landing on France's Normandy beaches to begin the liberation of Europe. The D doesn't stand for anything other than "day." About 156,000 American, British, and Canadian troops landed in Normandy under heavy attack by German strongholds. Of those, the American forces numbered 23,250 on Utah Beach, 34,250 on Omaha Beach, and 15,500 airborne troops. Millions more men and women were involved in its preparations D-Day
Short for Unterseeboote, German submarines. U-boats
A political system promoted by Hitler and his ally, Italian dictator Mussolini, that called for citizens to be unquestioningly loyal to the nation and obedient of its leader. The needs of the state outweighed the needs, beliefs, or freedoms of the individual. Emphasis was on national pride, traditions, and racial purity. There was no freedom of speech. Foreigners — those who were simply minority ethnic or religious groups included — were hated and persecuted. Fascism
A member of the National Socialist German Workers' Party that Hitler came to lead. A believer in Hitler's fascism, anti-Semitism, and Aryan supremacy. nazi
The codename for the U.S. project to produce an atomic bomb. Manhattan Project
The act of genocide carried out by Germany on the Jewish population of Europe Holocaust
"lightning war"; swift attacks launched by Germany in WWII during the night blitzkrieg
Germany's failed attempt to subdue Britain in 1940 in preparation for invasion (Germans bombed Britain continuously but Britain resisted with fighter pilots and Hitler gave up invasion) Battle of Britain
a 1942 battle in the Pacific during which American planes sank 4 Japanese aircraft carriers (protected Hawaii) Battle of Midway
code name for the Allied invasion of Europe in 1944 Operation Overlord
German counter-attack in December 1944 that temporarily slowed the allied invasion of Germany (Audie Murphy was the hero) Battle of the Bulge
during WWII, Allied strategy of capturing Japanese-held islands to gain control of the Pacific Ocean (American ships shelled an island; troops waded ashore; hand-to-hand fighting occured until island was captured) island hopping
during WWII, Navajo soldiers who used their own language to radio vital messages during the island-hopping campaign Navajo code-talkers
WWII Japanese pilots trained to make a suicidal crash attack, usually upon a ship kamikaze
message sent by the Allies in July 1945 callin for the Japanese to surrender Potsdam Declaration
Nazi war crime trials held in 1945 and 1946 Nuremberg Trials
Organization created by isolationists who argued that the United States should keep out of Europe's business. American First Committee
Process by which a government gains control over a territory not presently under their jurisdiction. annex
policies, views, or actions that harm or discriminate against Jews Anti-Semitism
British-American declaration that stated the countries aims for the outcome of the war. Stated people of every nation should be free to choose their own form of government and live free of fear and want, disarmament, and a permanent system of general security. atlantic charter
policy by which Great Britain and France agreed to Germany's annexation of the Sudetenland in agreement for not taking any additional Czech territory. appeasment
April 1942, American soldiers were forced to march 65 miles to prison camps by their Japanese captors. It is called the Death March because so many of the prisoners died en route. Bataan Death March
an aerial battle fought in World War II in 1940 between the German Luftwaffe (air force), which carried out extensive bombing in Britain, and the British Royal Air Force, which offered successful resistance. battle of britian
1939; Britain and France could buy goods from the United States if they paid in full and transported them. cash and carry
protective measures in case of attack civil defense
Political leader who rules a country with absolute power, usually by force dictator
giving up military weapons Disarmament
Wiping out an entire group of people genocide
the gathering of resources and preparation for war. mobilization
Originally designed to avoid American involvement in World War II by preventing loans to those countries taking part in the conflict; modified in 1939 to allow aid to the Allies Neutrality Acts
US military base on Hawaii that was bombed by Japan on December 7, 1941, bringing the United States into World War II Pearl Harbor

World War 1 Vocabulary Crossword

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A disease that makes your feet swell normally does not go away. trench feet
This is what the soldiers ate in their trenches. dogbiscuits
The stretch of land between the opposing sides and no body wanted to be there. nomansland
Small explosives that are thrown into a small area with the enemy in it. grenade
Sharp twisted strands of wire that are not designed to kill. barbedwire
Used underwater to fight. submarine
One type of communication was... wirelessradio
This led to unification of Italy and Germany. nationalism
This made Germany envy France and the British because they had the richest colonies. imperialism
An agreement or promise between two countries or people. alliance
This is building up the armed forces and getting ready for war. militarism
They only get invited to solve the problem and promote peace. internationalists
This ignored the warning to not cross british water and then 128 americans died. lusitania
In the Zimmermann note this country plans to ally with Japan. germany
These people stay out of war. isolationists
This is a 100 mph monoplane. aircraft
A wartime condition in which two oposite forces can't win on the western front. waroffronts
Who was part of the triple entente from France? raymondpoincare
This battle was the first time posion gas was ever used. battleofypres
In the Battle of Verdun the first what was used? flamethrower

Declaration of Independence Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Who has the first and the biggest signature on the Declaration of Independence? John Hancock
Who was the oldest person to sign the Declaration of Indepencence? Benjamin Franklin
Who wrote the Preamble? John Adams
Who was the last person to sign the Declaration of Independence? Matthew Thornton
What crime were the signers commit when they signed the Declaration Independence? Treason
How many people signed the Declaration of Independence 56
What year was the Declaration of Independence written? 1776
What was the age difference between the youngest and oldest signer? 44 years
What day celebrates the signing of the Declaration of Independence? July 4
Who wrote everything but the Preamble of the Declaration of Independence? Thomas Jefferson
How many days did it take to write the Declaration of Independence? 17 days
How many grievances were there in the List of Grievances? 27
How many signers were from England? Eight
Who helped write the Declaration of Independence but did not sign it? Robert Livingston
What was the average age of the signers? 45
What state had the most amount of signers? Pennsylvania
What state had the least amount of signers? Rhode Island
What day was the Declaration of Independence actually signed? July 2
What person was the List of Grievances written about? King George
How many colonies were there when the Declaration of Independence was written? 13
How many people who signed the Declaration of Independence became president? 2
What is the name of the opening statement of the Declaration of Independence? Preamble
What future president did not sign the Declaration of Independence? George Washington
Where was the Declaration of Independence signed? Philadelphia
Where was the Declaration of Independence during World War 2? Fort Knox
Who was the only person to live to the 50th anniversary of the signing? Charles Carroll
How many signers died on the 50th anniversary of the signing? Two
What city has the Declaration of Independence been in since December 12. 1952? Washington DC
What city rioted after George Washington read the Declaration of Independence in City Hall? New York City
How many signers were educated at Harvard University? Seven