Chapter 35 terms

Chapter 35 America in World War II, 1941-1945
Identify the historical significance of the following:
ABC-1,  “Double V,” Office of Price Administration,
Smith-Connelly Act,  baby boomers, merchant marine,
“warfare-welfare state,” Enigma,  Detroit riot,
saboteurs,  internment camps,  War Production Board,
Issei, Nissei, black market,
Smith-Conally Act, WAACS, WAVES,
SPARS, GI,  “Rosie the Riveter,”
Sunbelt,  A. Philip Randolph, Fair Employment Practices Comm.,
braceros,  CORE,  code talkers,
zoot-suit riots, OSRD,  Bataan/Corregidor,
Douglas MacArthur,  Battle of the Coral Sea, Chester Nimitz,
Battle of Midway,  Guadalcanal,  leapfrogging,
wolf packs,  “Desert Fox,”  Bernard Montgomery,
Stalingrad,   Dwight Eisenhower,  Casablanca Conference,
unconditional surrender,  Teheran,  D-Day,
Aachen, George S. Patton, underground/resistance,
Thomas E. Dewey,  Henry A. Wallace, Battle of the Bulge,
Harry S. Truman,  V-E Day,   Okinawa,
kamikazes,  “soft underbelly,” Potsdam Conference,
Hiroshima,  Nagasaki,  USS Missouri,
Korematsu v. US,   V-J Day, Executive Order No. 9066,
B-29s,  Saipan,   “silent service,”
El Alamein ,  Big Two,  “Marianas Turkey Shoot,”
Iwo Jima, Jiang Jeshi,  Anzio
Be able to explain the following fully:
— Explain how the decision to seek unconditional surrender of Germany was a potentially controversial decision. Outline the basic strategy used to defeat Hitler.
— Explain why Germany was the first target of the allies.  What particular danger did Hitler pose by the time America entered the war?
— Explain the reasons an invasion of Japan was so widely feared, and demonstrate what effect this fear had on the creation of an atomic bomb.

2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by LittleEep on March 5, 2009 at 5:18 pm

    Hmm….here is the terms outline for Chapter 35. Do you by some chance have a notes outline for this chapter available at all?

  2. Posted by zach on March 8, 2009 at 6:33 pm

    yeah i like the outline notes MUCH better

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: