Study Guide for Chapter 29 – World War II                                                                 Terms and People to Know
Ch 29 Sec1 (Pages 997-1004)
Mein Kampf   Lebensraum    Manchuria   The Lytton Report   Earl of Lytton    Stresa Front   Ethiopia    Battle of Adowa  
Rome-Berlin Axis   Rhineland  Locarno Agreements    Alfred Jodl   appeasement   Maginot Line   Spanish Civil War
Spanish Popular Front   Falangists   General Francisco Franco   Spanish Morroco   Rome-Berlin Axis Pact   
Anti-Comintern Pact    Guernica   Kurt von Schuschnigg   Anschluss   Sudetenland   Konrad Henlein   Neville Chamberlain
Berchtesgaden   Edouard Daladier   Munich Agreement  Polish Corridor   Danzig   The Nazi Soviet Nonagression Pact
Ch 29 Sec2 (pages 1004-1018)
blitzkrieg   Bessarabia  sitzkrieg  Battle of Dunkirk   Marshall Henri Philippe Petain   Vichy Government  Winston Churchill
Duke of Marlborough   Franklin D. Roosevelt   Lend - Lease Act   Luftwaffe  Operation Sealion   The London Blitz
The Battle of Britain   Royal Air Force  Operation Barbarossa  Albania   Count Ciano  General Erwin Rommel   Desert Fox 

Third Reich   germanization  General Hideki Tojo   Pearl Harbor   El Alamein   Battle of the Coral Sea   Battle of Midway
Guadalcanal   Marshall Bernard Montgomery  Dwight D. Eisenhower  Tunisia   Marshall  Pietro Badoglio 
Battle of Stalingrad    Rosie the Riveter   Dresden  Operation Overlord   D-Day Invasion    Battle of the Bulge  island hopping
Iwo Jima  Okinawa  kamikaze attacks   Atomic Bomb    Hirsohima    Nagasaki    Emperor Hirohito  President
Harry S. Truman   USS Missouri  General Douglas MacArthur     
Ch 29Sec3 (pages 1018-1023
Holocaust   Untermenschen   Heinrich Himmler   Judenrein  Untermenschen    holocaust   Official Nationalism  Yiddish     

Ch 28 Sec4 (pages  1023-1033)
Albert Speer  Josef Goebbels   Vichy government     General Charles de Gaulle   French National Committee of Liberation
"Free French"    Fourth Republic   Battle of Britain  Lord Beaverbrook    " The Blitz"   British Broadcast Company   
"It's That Man Again"  The Great Patriotic War    State Committee for Defense  War and Peace  Leo Tolstoy
Serge Eisenstein    Ivan the Terrible   Dimitri Shostakovich    Leningrad Symphony  The Atlantic Charter  "The Big Three"
Tehran   Yalta   Sakhalin  Kurile Islands    Potsdam   President Truman  Clement Atlee   Council of Foreign Ministers 
Ideas to remember
•What were Hitler's foreign policy aims? Was he bent on conquest in the east and dominance in the west, or did he simply want to return Germany to its 1914 boundaries?
•Why did Britain and France adopt a policy of appeasement in the 1930's? What were its main features? Did the appeasers buy the West valuable time to prepare for war by their actions at Munich in 1938?
• How was Hitler able to defeat France so easily in 1940? Why was the air war against Britain a failure? Why did Hitler invade Russia? Why did the invasion fail? Could it have succeeded?
• Why did Japan attack the United States at Pearl Harbor? What was the significance of American intervention in the war? Why did the United States drop the atomic bombs on Japan? Did it make the right decision to do so?
• Who contributed most to the defeat of Hitler, Britain, the United States or the Soviet Union? Support your answer.
• How and why did the Soviet Union and its wartime allies come into conflict?
•What impact did the war have on the domestic fronts of Britain, Germany, France, and the Soviet Union? In what ways did the civilian population of each country suffer? Assess especially the propaganda battle.
•How would you characterize the Vichy regime in France? Who supported it and why? Who opposed it?  Should those who were associated with it be condemned?