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Chapter 26

American History 202


Philippines

Japan


Chiang Kai-shek

Nationalist Party

Manchurian Crisis

Manchukuo

Shanghai

Good Neighbor Policy

Pan-American Conference

nonintervention

Benito Mussolini

fascism


Adolf Hitler

Emperor Hirohito

Nye Committee

Neutrality Acts

Rhine River

Francisco Franco

Spanish Civil War

World War II

Germany

Japan


Italy

Anti-Comintern Pact

Quarantine Speech

Panay


Poland

War Resources Board

Office of Emergency Management

Battle of Britain

Hermann Goering

Lend-Lease Act

Wendall Wilkie

The Atlantic Charter

Four Freedoms

Reuben James


Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere

Tripartite Pact

French Indochina

Vietnam


General Hideki Tojo

Guam


Philippines

Hawaii


December 7, 1941

Pearl Harbor

General Erwin Rommel

Desert Fox

North Atlantic (U-Boats)

Wolfpacks

Far East

Douglas MacArthur

United Nations

Big Three

Joseph Stalin

Winston Churchill

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Allies


Soviet Union

Great Britain

United States

France


Axis

Germany


Italy

Japan


strengths of Allies

weaknesses of Axis

World War II theatres (fronts)

North Africa

European

Pacific


Nazi Germany

Battle of Coral Sea

Battle of Midway

Admiral Yamamoto


USS Yorktown


Operation Torch

Dwight D. Eisenhower

George S. Patton

Stalingrad

Women’s Army Corps

War Production Board

James F. Byrnes

Office of War Mobilization

victory gardens

Manhattan Project

Enrico Fermi

Albert Einstein

Leo Szilard

Revenue Act of 1942

War Labor Board

Smith-Connolly Act

Issei

Nisei


Executive Order 9066

assembly centers


Korematsu v. United States


Executive Order 8802

Fair Employment Practices Commission

bracero program

Detroit riots

Zoot Suit riots

Henry Wallace

Harry S. Truman

Operation Overlord

June 6, 1944

Normandy


D-Day

Battle of the Bulge

European Theatre

Pacific Theatre

Admiral Chester W. Nimitz

Battle of Leyte Gulf

kamikaze pilots

Battle of Okinawa

Four Policemen

Yalta Conference

“Declaration of Liberated Europe”

Poland


Poland Question

Warm Springs, GA

Schutzstaffel (SS)

Buchenwald

Dachau

Auschwitz



Holocaust and Hitler

International Monetary Fund

International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

United Nations

Tehran

Yalta


Potsdam

Clement Atlee

atomic diplomacy

Manhattan Project

Alamogordo, New Mexico

nuclear race

August 6, 1945

Enola Gay


“Little Boy”

Hiroshima

“Fat Man”

Nagasaki


Terms


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American History 202







Cold War

power vacuum

Harry Truman

spheres of influence

Joseph Stalin

Soviet Union’s five-year plan

Iron Curtain

Fulton Speech

containment

George F. Kennan

long telegram

Truman Doctrine

Marshall Plan

George C. Marshall

European Recovery Program

Czechoslovakia

Berlin Crisis

NATO


Warsaw Treaty Organization

McMahon Act

Atomic Energy Commission

General Leslie Groves

Postwar prosperity

Serviceman’s Readjustment Act

Civil Rights

labor


Taft-Hartley Act

election of 1948

Fair Deal

conservative anticommunism

hydrogen bomb

China falls to communism

Chiang Kai-shek

Mao Tse-Tung

Alger Hiss

Federal Employee Loyalty Program

House Committee on Un-American Activities

McCarran Act

Joseph R. McCarthy

McCarthyism

NSC-68

Department of Defense



police action in Korea

38th parallel

Kim Il Sung

Dean Acheson

Dwight D. Eisenhower

Richard M. Nixon

J. Robert Oppenheimer

Terms


Chapter 28

American History 202


consensus

suburban growth

baby boom

G.I. Bill

William Levitt

Interstate Highway Act of 1956

religion


Pledge of Allegiance

Billy Graham

two-income families

television

Professor Alfred Kinsey

The Kinsey Report


Social Security

St. Lawrence Seaway

Earl Warren

William J. Brennan

Dwight D. Eisenhower

John Foster Dulles

brinkmanship

hydrogen bomb

Nikita Khrushchev

Vietnam (North and South)

Dien Bien Phu

Ho Chi Minh

17th parallel

Geneva Accords

Southeast Asia Treaty Organization

Quemoy and Matsu

Egypt

Suez Canal



Gamal Abdul Nasser

Aswan Dam

Israel

Eisenhower Doctrine



Jacobo Arbenz Guzman

Guatemala

Beirut, Lebanon

Cuban Revolution

Fidel Castro

Fulgencio Batista


Sputnik


National Defense Education Act

fallout shelters

“missile gap”

Berlin Crisis

U-2 Incident

Francis Gary Powers

Sunbelt
NAACP

John F. Kennedy



Lyndon B. Johnson


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