World War II Vocabulary Crossword
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Crossword
Description

If European states satisfied other unsatisfied powers reasonably, then those powers would become satisfied
Hitler forms a union with Austria
A Demilitarized part of Germany
Not permitted to have weapons or fortifications
Northwestern Czechoslovakia that was inhabited by Germans
Japanese Army took over and made it into a separate state
The largest extermination center in Poland
Restrictions intended to enforce international law
Name for the German Air force
"Lightning War"
The three big powers met again in Southern Russia
History’s greatest Naval Invasion took place here
The physical extermination of the Jewish people
The Mass Slaughter of European Jews
A Nazi death camp that killed over one million Jews
“Divine Wind” Went on Suicide Missions against US
Crowded Placements for Jews
Led the battle at the Beaches of Normandy
A US General that would move through the Philippines, New Guinea, and the South Pacific Islands
Prime Minister of Great Britain
Lifted China into the Modern World
President of the US after Roosevelt

Chapter 26 Vocabulary Crossword World War II

Chapter 26 Vocabulary Crossword World War II
Type
Crossword
Description

satisfying reasonable demands pf dissatisfied powers in an effort to maintain peace and stability
union with Austria, Hitler’s native land
part of Germany, not permitted to have weapons or fortifications there
not permitted to have weapons or fortifications
area in northern Czechoslovakia that was inhabited largely by Germans
- a large Japanese army named Manchuria into separate state and renamed it Manchukuo
A death camp for Jewish people, it’s larges camp in Germany
- restrictions intended to enforce international law
the German air force- began massive bombing of British cities
the German air force- began massive bombing of British cities
“lightning war,” used armored columns, called panzer divisions, supported by air planes
where the big three powers met again in southern Russia in February 1945
a beach filled with bombs and tricks, a great history naval invasion by U.S general Dwight D. Eisenhower
the deliberate mass murder or physical extinction to a particular retail, political, or cultural group
the mass slaughter of Jews, or Hebrew Shoah. Total Destruction
noble killers, the job was to round up Jews and kill them
young Japanese serve as pilots, suicide mission Against U.S fighting ships. Also known as
did not change the basic direction of the New Deal
would move into the Philippines through New Guinea and the South Pacific Islands
a symbol of British strength and determination during the Blitz
set up a “new Life Moment.” Its goal was to promote traditional Confucian social ethics such as integrity, and righteousness
became president after Rosevelt died in in April, with a difficult decision to make. Should he use newly developed atomic weapons to bring the war to an end?

WW2 Crossword

WW2 Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

satisfying reasonable demands of dissatisfied powers in an effort to maintain peace and stability
union with Austria, Hitler’s native land
a part of Germany, set foot on march 7, 1936
a safe zone, for, for Germany are not allowed to have any type of weapons
area in northern Czechoslovakia that was inhabited largely by Germans
a large Japanese army named Manchuria into separate state and renamed it Manchukuo
A death camp for Jewish people, it’s larges camp in Germany
restrictions intended to enforce international law
the German air force- began massive bombing of British cities
“lightning war,” used armored columns, called panzer divisions, supported by air planes
where the big three powers met again in southern Russia in February 1945
a beach filled with bombs and tricks, a great history naval invasion by U.S general Dwight D. Eisenhower
the deliberate mass murder or physical extinction to a particular retail, political, or cultural group
the mass slaughter of Jews, or Hebrew Shoah. Total Destruction
noble killers, the job was to round up Jews and kill them
young Japanese serve as pilots, suicide mission Against U.S fighting ships. Also known as “Divine Wind”
a place where families were crowded together in unsanitary housing
did not change the basic direction of the New Deal
would move into the Philippines through New Guinea and the South Pacific Islands
a symbol of British strength and determination during the Blitz
set up a “new Life Moment.” Its goal was to promote traditional Confucian social ethics such as integrity, and righteousness
became president after Rosevelt died in in April, with a difficult decision to make. Should he use newly developed atomic weapons to bring the war to an end

World War II Crossword

World War II Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

reasonable demands in and effort to maintain peace and stability.
Hitler wanted to union his native land.
Part of Germany that Treaty of Versailles saw as a demilitarized area.
Elimination or prohibition of weapons and other Military installations.
Area in northwestern Czechoslovakia.
original name was Manchuria.
1 of the 6 extermination centers for Jews.
Restrictions intended to enforce international law.
German air force.
History's greatest naval invasion.
Physical extermination of the Jewish people.
The mass slaughter of European Jews.
Special Strike Forces.
Pilots that serve in suicide missions.
where the Polish Jews were kept at.
U.S. General that landed on Normandy beaches.
U.S. Gerneral that commanded one of the operations that allied forces with Asia.
Former British prime minister
succeded Sun Yat-sen as head of the Nationalist Party
became President after Roosevelt died in April

Holocaust Crossword Puzzle

Holocaust Crossword Puzzle
Type
Crossword
Description

Who was Hitler's main target in the Holocaust?
About how many Jews were murdered during the Holocaust?
This category began paying income taxes for the first time in 1942 with the Revenue Act
FDR rejected a plan where by U.S. would have bombed RR tracks leading to this camp in Poland during WW2
Hitler's favored people
The term used for the offical policy of the extermination of all European Jews
"Lighting War"- term used to describe German military strategy during WW2
German word for Jews
Walled section of a city in which Jews were required to live during the Holocaust
Prejudice against Jews
An interment camp holding enemies of German-often identified with Jews during WW2
National socialist German workers' party-the party of Adolf Hitler and those in power in Germany during WW2
The name given to the deaths of about six-million Jews during WW2
Originally Hitler's elite guard- later in charger of death camps
Large charmbers, built and used in Nazi death camps

Chapter 29 Crossword

Chapter 29 Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

giving in to the demands of an aggressor in order to keep the peace
oppostion to all war
laws passed in the mid 1930s by the US congress
Germany, Italy, and France
conservative general that led a revolt in 1936
union of Austria and Germany
region of western Czechoslovakia
German air force
beach where stranded troops were
place where puppet state was set up
one of Hitlers brilliant commanders
detention centers for civilians considered enemies of the state
Nazis massacred 6,000,000 people
American General

WW1 and WW2 Crossword

WW1 and WW2  Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

giving in to the demands of an aggressor
opposition to all war
Germany, Italy, and Japan
union of austria and germany
home to thousands of german-speaking czechs
great britain, france, USA, USSR/soviet union
wanted to avoid another european war
president of the USA at the start of WW1
british prime minister (last name)
us cheif of staff of FDR
improved tank and airpower technology
German Air force
place jews lived in
murder of many people by hitler
allowed to sell or lend war materials

WW2 Crossword

WW2 Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

satisfying reasonable demands of dissatisfied powers in an effort to maintain peace and stability
union with Austria, Hitler’s native land
a part of Germany, set foot on march 7, 1936
a safe zone, for, for Germany are not allowed to have any type of weapons
area in northern Czechoslovakia that was inhabited largely by Germans
a large Japanese army named Manchuria into separate state and renamed it Manchukuo
A death camp for Jewish people, it’s larges camp in Germany
restrictions intended to enforce international law
the German air force- began massive bombing of British cities
“lightning war,” used armored columns, called panzer divisions, supported by air planes
where the big three powers met again in southern Russia in February 1945
a beach filled with bombs and tricks, a great history naval invasion by U.S general Dwight D. Eisenhower
the deliberate mass murder or physical extinction to a particular retail, political, or cultural group
the mass slaughter of Jews, or Hebrew Shoah. Total Destruction
noble killers, the job was to round up Jews and kill them
young Japanese serve as pilots, suicide mission Against U.S fighting ships. Also known as “Divine Wind”
a place where families were crowded together in unsanitary housing
did not change the basic direction of the New Deal
would move into the Philippines through New Guinea and the South Pacific Islands
a symbol of British strength and determination during the Blitz
set up a “new Life Moment.” Its goal was to promote traditional Confucian social ethics such as integrity, and righteousness
became president after Rosevelt died in in April, with a difficult decision to make. Should he use newly developed atomic weapons to bring the war to an end?

Causes of WW2 Crossword

Causes of WW2 Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Hitler's title in Germany
Germany wanted to unite with this country
Hitler invaded this country in 1939
Britain's policy of trying to keep peace
Britain's Prime Minister at the start of WW2
Britain's Prime Minister at the end of WW2
Part of Czechoslovakia
Hitler's steps to make Germany militarily strong
Part of France Germany was forbidden to enter
Lightening War

Holocaust Crossword Puzzle

Holocaust Crossword Puzzle
Type
Crossword
Description

About how many Jews were murdered during The Holocaust ?
What class began paying income taxes for the first time in 1942 with the Revenue Act ?
"Lighting War"- term used to describe German military strategy during WW2.
Walled section of a city in which Jews were required to live during The Holocaust.
Who was Hitler's main target in The Holocaust ?
FDR rejected a plan where by U.S. would have bombed RR tracks leading to this camp in Poland during WW2.
Hitler's favored people.
The term used for the official policy of the extermination of all European Jews.
German word for Jews.
Prejudice against Jews.
National socialist German workers' party- the party of Adolf Hitler and those during WW2 in power in Germany during WW2.
Originally Hitler's elite guard- later in charge of death camps.
Large chambers built and used in Nazi death camps.
An interment camp holding enemies of German- often identified with Jews.
The name given to the deaths of about six million Jews during WW2.

Holocaust Vocabulary Crossword

Holocaust Vocabulary Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

A walled off section of cities where Jews were forced to live.
November 9, 1938 "night of broken glass" in which synagogues and Jewish businesses were attacked.
Process where incoming prisoners in the death camps would either be selected for slave labor or for the gas chamber.
Schutztaffel Defense Corps was an elite guard formed from the storm troopers, under the command of Heinrich Himmler.
"Mobile death squads" of the SS which had the task to seek out and kill Jews, Communists, Gypsies, and other 'undesirable people' in occupied lands.
Term used by the Nazis during World War II. Plan to fully exterminate European Jews.
The mass killing of European Jews(over 6 million) and other groups by the Nazis during WWII.
Doctrine the Nazis used declaring that the Aryans were the master race and should rid the world of undesirable groups.
Place where prisoners were forced to perform slave labor, with harsh conditions, little food, and often death.
The most notorious of the death camps, located in Poland; well over one million people died in its gas chambers.
Sign at the entrance of Auschwitz and other camps - English translation "Work sets you free".
The 1st concentration camp, opened within months of Hitler coming to power. The 1st prisoners arrived March, 1933. Hitler came to power on January 30, 1933.
Six of these were located in Poland with the main task being to kill Jews and other undesirables. These were Auschwitz, Sobibor, Chelmno, Treblinka, Belzec, and Majdanek
Poison gas used to kill hundreds of thousands of people in the gas chambers. The gas chambers were built to look like showers so that the people had hopes of survival as they arrived at the camps.
All prisoners in the camps, and Jews in the ghetto had to wear colored badges that identified what group they were in. Jews were forced to wear this symbol.
Not only Jews were victims of the Nazi's plan to eliminate undesirables. Gypsies, Jehovah witnesses, communists, handicapped, criminals, and homosexuals were also singled out for treatment.
As the Nazis began to restrict Jews in Germany these laws were passed which began by depriving Jews of basic Civil Rights and eventually leading to great restrictions on Jews' ability to work, go to schools, or run a business.