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thanks again so much! im having alot of trouble with this worksheet. could you help me with a few more?
you're the best! How did the United States continue trade during the war without actually entering the war effort? It established the cash-and-carry policy for warring nations. It encouraged members of the Axis powers to buy its war products. It signed the Kellogg-Briand Pact to allow for trade and keep the country out of war. It increased its trade efforts with countries that were not involved in the war.
The answer for this one is A We got around it by selling them weapons which they payed for with CASH. They would then load these on their own ships and CARRY them to assume all risks associated with transporting the weapons.
oh okay! i understand that one better now. here's the next one:
How did President Roosevelt get around the Neutrality Acts after Japan invaded China in 1937? pressuring Congress to add cash and carry provisions to the acts selling decommissioned naval ships to American arms merchants allowing the transportation of arms to the Chinese on British ships ignoring Soviet efforts to smuggle American-made arms into China
The answer for this one is C And it's pretty much self explanatory on how he did it.
Which statement explains why the United States did not enter World War II until directly attacked by Japan? Isolationist sentiment was strong in the United States. The United States did not have vital economic interests involved. Public sentiment was evenly divided about which side to support. Military leaders did not think the United States was prepared for war.
A Up until the attacks on Pearl Harbor we really viewed the war as taking place in a faraway land. Most people in our country did not support sending our troops to another war with the images of WWI fresh in our minds from only 20 years prior.
Which of these resulted from the Holocaust? world-wide spread of anti-Semitism reunification of Germany creation of war crimes trials payment of war reparations to Israel
I think this one is C... it would be the best choice since Israel got nothing, Germany was divided, and we went to war against anti-Semitism.
i just have a few more left! :) How did the U.S. government respond to Nazi persecution of the Jews during World War II? taking little action to aid Jews until World War II was nearly over setting up aerial attacks on concentration camps sending special forces to concentrate on liberating concentration camps repealing immigration restrictions against Jews migrating to Europe
I know we sent Army Rangers to liberate the camps. So that would be my answer.
Based on the image and your knowledge of history, with which post World War II movement would these young people be associated? the movement to transfer Polish land to Holocaust survivors the movement to create Jewish communities in the United States the movement to gain women’s suffrage in Europe the movement to establish a Jewish state in the Middle East
That is Israel's flag, so I would feel confident putting D as the answer.
The quote below was written during the 1940s: "The senselessness of all the inactive manpower. . . . [M]en who are able and willing to do all they can to lick the Axis. . . . Why won't America let us?" Based on the quote, which conclusion can be made about the United States during World War II? Minority groups living in the United States contributed more to the war effort than the government realized. Minority groups living in the United States felt that they were able to contribute equally to the U.S. war efforts. The government feared that certain groups might work to sabotage and not help U.S. efforts in the war. The government had more than enough able bodies to win the war that they turned volunteers away.
The Atlantic Charter was an agreement between which countries? United States and France France and Britain United States and Britain United States and Canada
Franklin Roosevelt was more sympathetic to the Allied cause due to his friendly relationship with which leader? Tojo Stalin Mussolini Churchill
Churchill was PM of Great Britain.
Which term describes Germany's systematic approach to eliminate specific groups from Europe? Bataan Death March Blitzkrieg D-day Final Solution
Why did the Supreme Court ruling in Korematsu v. United States (1944) anger supporters of civil liberties? It affirmed the declaration of war against all people of Japanese descent. It made the internment of certain American citizens legitimate. It granted Japanese Americans compensation for property seized during wartime. It placed limits on the civil rights of all Asian immigrants.
5 left! Which argument would have been used to justify increased government influence over American society during World War II? Government intervention is needed to guarantee that Americans will support the war. The American people expect strong government leadership during times of crisis. Capping the price of war materials is necessary to prevent runaway government debt. The American people are not swayed by propaganda and advertising.
I would put B... but I'm torn between B and A
How did World War II impact African Americans? It intensified efforts to protect segregation. It established a network of black-owned businesses. It expanded African Americans' economic opportunities. It drove many African Americans back to agricultural work.
What was the Atlantic Charter? an alliance among the democratic nations of Europe a statement of post war goals after an Allied victory an agreement to form the United Nations after World War II was over a program that enabled the United States to evade the Neutrality Acts
Why was the Battle of the Coral Sea significant for the Allies? It destroyed the Japanese navy's carrier fleet. It re-opened American trade with Europe. It kept the Soviet Union out of the Pacific war. It showed the strength of aircraft carriers in battle.
D It was the first time ships fought each other without being able to see each other.
The development of an atomic bomb by the United States did which of these? pressured German leaders to surrender increased tensions between Truman and Stalin worried the leaders of France and Great Britain led Stalin to postpone a Soviet invasion of Japan
B I say this because of the fact we had to cold war right after WWII
laaaaaast one! :) The quote below was written in the 1940s: "There was almost no talk I can remember on our trip back to the base. It was just too much to express in words, I guess. We were all in a kind of state of shock. I think the foremost thing in all our minds was that this thing was going to bring an end to the war and we tried to look at it that way." —Sergeant Joseph Stiborik, Radar Operator on the Enola Gay What conclusion can you draw from this statement? The crew of the Enola Gay had participated in atomic testing before their mission. The crew of the Enola Gay was responsible for the order to drop the bomb. The crew of the Enola Gay believed that the atomic bomb was the best way to force Japan’s surrender. The crew of the Enola Gay did not care that they had caused civilian casualties.
C They were devastated they just ended so many lives in the flash of a seconds bombing... but they knew it had to be done to avoid another situation like Iwo Jima.
thanks so much for ALL of your help! i can't tell you how much i appreciate it! thank you SOOOO much! :)))
No problem, have a good day!
you too :)