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  • World War II (1939–45)
    Having seen what World War I did to Europe and what it did in terms of killing and maiming so many American boys, opposition to involvement in foreign wars had taken deep root in the American...

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  • History
    Nazism was a political ideology that followed the ideas of fascism. It arose in Germany in the years after WWI and became powerful in the early 1930s. The basic Nazi idea was that all people in...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    There were many causes of World War II. The most significant cause was the rise of Nazism in Germany. This itself had causes reaching back to the end of World War I and the Treaty of Versailles,...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    Inevitable, no. Very likely, yes. Many things could have happened in the war that would have shifted the tide of the war in a different direction, though outright Axis victory seems very unlikely....

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    At Tehran, held in the winter of 1943, the Allied leaders agreed that a second front should be opened against Nazi Germany. Stalin, whose Soviet Union was bearing most of the brunt of the war...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    Many things could have happened in the four-year struggle between Japan and the United States to alter the course of the war. But from the beginning, the Japanese failure to destroy the US carrier...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    This is a somewhat complicated question as there were a number of different people who could be called the leader of France during the war. When the war began, the leader of France was Edouard...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    Whenever confronted with a multiple choice question, it is good practice to make sure a text or course readings are consulted in finding the right answer. In this particular question, I think that...

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  • Axis Powers
    The correct answer is 'D. All of the Above.' Here is how the choices apply to the Axis Powers: A. Pursued Similar Goals of Expansion Hitler's Germany had the plan of 'Lebensraum'--that the German...

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    The answer to this question is 4-Potsdam. The US President in question was Harry S. Truman. The United States first successfully tested an atomic bomb in New Mexico as the Potsdam Conference was...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    Of these choices, the best answer is choice 1. It is certain that Joseph Stalin agreed, at the Yalta Conference, to get into the war against Japan at a specific time. Before Yalta, there was no...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    The correct answer to this question is (c). The Allies agreed in general that the main focus of the war effort was to destroy Hitler's Germany first, then turn to Japan. This approach had long been...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    To be precise, this should be the "Date of Infamy" speech since President Roosevelt said that December 7, 1941 was a date that would live in infamy. He was, of course, referring to the Japanese...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    There are many possible turning points for WWII. The most commonly cited turning point for the European theater of the war is the Battle of Stalingrad while the most commonly cited turning point...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    The use of the atomic bombs against Japan was necessary because the Japanese were not willing to surrender and were, instead, willing to fight to the death to prevent the invasion of their country....

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    The United States prepared for WWII in a number of ways. Let us look at two of the most important. On the one hand, the US prepared by helping Britain and the other Allies in ways that fell short...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    Your analysis of the various aspects of this issue is very good. I would agree with everything that you say here. The one thing I would suggest is that you should say that the American reaction...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    The obvious negative impact was that thousands of American families suffered the loss of a family member during the war. There is, of course, no way to measure the impact of these losses on...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    The two most important new aspects of warfare seen in this war were blitzkrieg and strategic bombing. Blitzkrieg was an idea pioneered by the Germans early in the war. It was based on being able...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    The two most important new concepts in warfare in this war were blitzkrieg and strategic bombing. The concept of blitzkrieg was of war based on rapid mobility and close coordination between...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    Singapore was only called this for a short time. This was during WWII when the Japanese conquered and occupied the island. Syonan-to (also can be Romanized as Shonan-to) is made up of three...

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    "Kamikaze" is the popular term used to refer to Japanese suicide airplane attackers who were used against the Americans late in World War II. The word "kamikaze" is made up of the words "kami,"...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    The major cause of WWII was that Germany and Japan, in particular, were unhappy with the way things were in the years after WWI. Germany was very unhappy because it had lost WWI and had had harsh...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    The reason for this is that the US was very lucky. None of its aircraft carriers were in harbor on the date that Pearl Harbor was attacked. This was just luck, not the result of any sort of...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    There are at least three major similarities. First, both wars were caused by the efforts of some countries to change the international order and the efforts of other countries to prevent that. For...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    One problem with this is that World War II is not something that can really be affected socially or economically. You could talk about Pearl Harbor's impact on how the war went or you can talk...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    In the United States, World War II helped to complicate the issue of gender and gender roles in the United States. The main way in which it did this was by forcing (or allowing) women to play...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    In fact, President Truman had indicated to the War Department that he wanted "no women and children" harmed in the bombing of Hiroshima. It is true that President Truman was faced with the choice...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    The Tokyo and Nuremberg trials were based on the notion that there were universal laws and principles which members of all nations were bound to obey. With their decisions, the tribunals helped...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    Operation Valkyrie did not ever actually take place. This was a plan that was supposed to be implemented after the death of Adolf Hitler. However, Hitler did not die (at that time) and so the...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    This is a hard question, because war typically is not a children's topic. In light of this, some sensitivity will be necessary. Let me give you a few examples. First, you might want to talk about...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    When Japan surrendered, the war was over. The end of the war affected the US tremendously. Most importantly, Americans stopped dying in large numbers. There were no more battles killing and...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    ALLIES United States. Franklin Delano Roosevelt, President. General Dwight D. Eisenhower, Supreme Commander. Great Britain. King George VI. Winston Churchill, Prime Minister. General Bernard...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    The major importance of Operation Sea Lion is that it was never carried out. This was a plan that never actually happened. Operation Sea Lion was the name given to the planned invasion of...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    Midway was a turning point in the war because it inflicted huge damage on Japan's offensive abilities. Up until this battle, Japan had been on the offensive. It had many carriers and well-trained...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    I'm not sure that the U.S. had underestimated the Japanese; in fact American intelligence had broken the Japanese code and were constantly intercepting messages sent from Tokyo to the Japanese...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    There were two categories of economic costs faced by Japan during this time. One was the cost of the war materiel that was needed to fight. The other was the cost in damages to Japanese people...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    The policy of appeasement that future Allied leaders like Chamberlain followed were critical in the expansionism and aggression that defined the Nazi rise to power. I think that there is an...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    First of all, please remember that Germany was split into four parts after the war. One part was ruled by each of France, Britain, the US, and the USSR. The first three of these eventually merged...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    You can say that Germany's aggressive expansion started at home. It began with the following steps. Hitler breaks the Treaty of Versailles by instituting a military draft and creating an air...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    Aggressive powers emerged before WWII because of their unhappiness with the international system in the years after WWI. We can see this particularly clearly with Japan and Germany. Germany was...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    You are right that Stalingrad was a major turning point in the war in Europe. But that can't be right even if it were the right number of letters because Stalingrad only involved the Soviets (so...

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  • World War I (1914–18)
    The major difference between these two is that World War II ended very definitively while World War I just sort of fizzled out with Germany's surrender. In WWI, Germany was not decisively defeated....

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    Hitler’s foreign policy was pegged on the Nazi Party policies which sought to bring to an end Germany’s restrictions under the Versailles treaty, promote Germany’s re-armament, expand...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    There were two main theaters of war in World War II. There was the European theater, where the war ended in May of 1945 and the Pacific theater where it ended in August of that year. In the...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    The number of casualties of this war was tremendous. It is impossible to know how many people exactly died as a result of this war. However, it is estimated that something like sixty million...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    This event was given this name because each of the words in the name apply to it. Bataan is one of the provinces in the Philippines. It is a peninsula that helps to from Manila Bay. After the...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    The United States resisted entering World War II until the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7 1941. While the citizenry and media were openly (if not overtly) hostile towards Germany and Japan, the...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    The final efforts that brought Allied victory in Asia consisted of moving closer and closer to Japan by conquering islands in the Pacific. From these islands, the Americans were able to bomb Japan...

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  • World War II (1939–45)
    Japan had successes early on because it was not fighting anyone who was particularly well prepared and/or armed. Japan's armed forces were well-trained and had good plans. They were were ready to...

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