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CP - Unit 4.3 - WWII, Day 1 Mini-Check

Quiz by Kevin Benson

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  • Q1

    The Neutrality Acts passed by Congress in the 1930s reflected

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    strong isolationist feelings in the U.S. prior to World War II

    national outrage over the bombing of Pearl Harbor

    support for a policy of appeasement with Germany

  • Q2

    Which of the following is an example of appeasement?

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    A nation invades a foreign country and, in return, is attacked by other countries who feel threatened.

    A nation invades a territory & the international community agrees to let them have it in exchange for a promise not to show any further aggression.

    A nation invades a territory & is immediately met with economic sanctions meant to make them withdrawal.

  • Q3

    Why did FDR want to see the the United States get involved in WWII?

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    He believed that communism was a threat & was concerned that Hitler had aligned himself with Stalin.

    He believed that if Great Britain fell to Hitler, it would be a threat to U.S. democracy also.

    He wanted to protect U.S. political & economic interests solely based in France.

  • Q4

    Which Legislation supports this statement made by President Roosevelt? (click on the quote to enlarge it).

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    Lend-Lease Act

  • Q5

    Why did President Roosevelt refer to December 7, 1941 as, "a day which will live in infamy?"

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    It was the day Germany invaded Poland.

    It was the day Japanese planes bombed Pearl Harbor.

    It was the day the world learned of the Holocaust.

  • Q6

    Which of the following statements best describes President Roosevelt's feeling regarding the war just prior to Pearl Harbor?

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    He strongly favored war because the U.S. had been attacked by Japan.

    He understood isolationism, but believed that the U.S. could not afford to stay out of the war any longer because its allies needed help.

    He adamantly opposed war because he was an isolationist.


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