Study Guide for Chapter 29 - World War II and Its Aftermath         Terms and People to Know
Ch 29 pgs. ( 922-929)  Sec 1
Manchuria  2nd Sino-Japanese War  Ethiopia    Haile Selassie   Rhineland    appeasement   pacifism   Neutrality Acts  
Rome-Berlin-Tokyo Axis   Axis Powers    The Spanish Civil War      Francisco Franco   Nationalists     Loyalists    "Guernica"  
Anschluss   Sudetenland    Munich Conference  
Neville Chamberlain        Edouard Daladier   Nazi-Soviet Pact   Invasion of Poland  
Ch 29 pgs. (930-938) Sec 2
blitzkrieg    Luftwaffe    Battle of Dunkirk    Vichy Government    Charles de Gaulle   
Operation Sea Lion  Winston Churchill    The Battle of Britain      The London Blitz        
Gen. Erwin Rommel     Operation Barbarossa      Siege of Leningrad    The New Order
Concentration camps    Final solution   Holocaust    Genocide    Auschwitz   Treblinka   Bergen - Belsen  
Lend -Lease Act    The Atlantic Charter   General Tojo Hideki     The Battle of Pearl Harbor        

Ch 29 pgs. (939 - 947) Sec 3  
 “All out war”   Total War   “Rosie the Riveter”   Marie Fourcade   Lily Litvak  aircraft carriers     
The Battle of the Coral Sea    The Battle of Midway   “The Big Three”     Tehran Conference
Gen. Bernard Montgomery El Alamein   Gen. Dwight Eisenhower  Anzio The Battle of Stalingrad    D-Day            
Normandy   George S. Patton   Bombing of Hamburg   Battle of the Bulge  Yalta Conference
Ch 29 pgs. ( 948 - 951) Sec 4
V-E Day      Bataan Death March    Battle of Guadalcanal   “island hopping”   Gen. Douglas MacArthur   
Admiral Chester Nimitz     Iwo Jima    Okinawa    kamikaze     Manhattan Project    Harry Truman    

Potsdam Meeting       Atomic bomb       Hiroshima    Emperor Hirohito    The Missouri   
Ch 31 pgs. ( 952 - 961) Sec 5
Nuremberg Trials     The United Nations      UN Charter       General Assembly    Security Council   
The Cold War     Truman Doctrine     containment    The Marshall Plan    Berlin Airlift     NATO   
The Warsaw Pact     The Arms Race      "The Iron Curtain"  
Ideas to Understand
·        Describe how dictators undermined the peace of the 1930s.
·        Describe how the Spanish Civil War was a dress rehearsal for WWII.
·        Describe how the new technologies of War affected the fighting.
·        Describe and explain the goals of the Axis powers and how they treated conquered peoples.
·        Identify and describe the battles that were turning points in the War in Asia, Europe and Africa.
·        Explain why the U.S. used the Atomic bombs on Japan.
·        Describe and explain the causes of the Cold War
Essay Questions
1. Describe and explain the causes and effects of World War II. Explain how WWII began and how it changed the global balance of power.
2. Describe and explain three battles that were turning points in the War. ( Be specific )
3. Describe and explain the events at the end of World War II that lead to the Cold War. (be specific)