The killing of an entire race of people
Political ideaology of dictators
Had a strong Anti-Semitic agenda after WWI
Camps that held Japanese-Americans during the war
Capture some islands, ignore others
Italian dictator that believed in facism
Japanese suicide fighters
Act used to borrow war equipment and return or replace after
pact broken by Hitler when he invaded the Soviet Union
laws used against the jews prior to the war
Act passed by the U.S. initially kept it out of WWII
act that authorized the draft
The site of the Japanese attack on December 7th, 1941
Believed in communism and ruled Soviet Union
The ________ Civil War of 1936 ended with the victory of Francisco Franco
Document drafted by Winston Churchill of England and FDR of U.S. in 1941 which outlined the goals for the post-WWII world and formed the basisof the United Nations
Elected into power in Japan
Destroy theenemy's ability to make war by bombing factories, bases,and farmers
Treaty that Hitler blamed for causing Germany's severe economic depressionand its downfall as a world power after WWI
hatred or dissapproval of Jewish culture or religion
biggest and most popular Nazi death camp
Prime minister of Great Britain during the war
Term meaning 'lightning war"
All goods, services, and land are shared equally by the people
a time of economic disaster in America starting in 1929
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