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- Question 1 of 10
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Which THREE counties made up the Axis powers that fought the allies? (Choose Three)Correct
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Which of these national leaders was NOT one of the three allied leaders that participated in the Yalta summit?Correct
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Which allied general said in a speech, “…British and American peoples were destined to rule the world,” and allegedly said if he were in between the Germans and Russians (who were allies at the time) that he’d attack in both directions?Correct
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Which leader promised “peace in our time” after he negotiated a peace with Adolf Hitler, allowing his invasion of Czechoslovakia and many violations of the Treaty of Versailles to go unchecked?Correct
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Which two countries signed a “non-aggression pact” shortly before each invading the country of Poland? (Pick two)Correct
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Where was the first atomic bomb dropped on an enemy during World War II?Correct
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Which decisive naval battle won by the U.S. was considered the turning point in the war in the Pacific?Correct
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Which European battle was the last major German offensive in the war, won mostly by General Patton’s Third Army?Correct
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In May 1940, almost the entire British army was trapped at this beach, where a nationwide, civilian-led operation sent as many boats as possible to evacuate the men to Britain before Germany could destroy them.Correct
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On what day, described by FDR as a “day that will live in infamy”, did Japan launch a war on the United States at Pearl Harbor?Correct