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How did U.S. exports in 1929 compare to exports in 1914?
The nations that comprised the Axis Powers in World War II were _______.
The weakness of the League of Nations was revealed when it did nothing after Italy invaded _______.
In the 1930s, support for pacifism was particularly strong among _______.
What did the Nye Committee investigate?
What did the first neutrality act, passed in 1935, prohibit?
British and French leaders met with Hitler in Munich in 1938 to discuss his demand for _______.
Hitler started World War II by invading ________ on September 1, 1939.
Roosevelt's Lend-Lease policy _______.
In October 1941, German U-boats sank the _______.
When the United States and the Dutch East Indies banned trade with Japan, the Japanese lost their source of _______, which eventually led them to attack the United States.
What event brought the United States into World War II?
What was the greatest single advantage that the United States and its allies had during World War II?
During World War II, the closest ally of the United States was _______.
United States troops first went into combat against German troops in _______.
The turning point of the Pacific war was the American victory at the battle of _______, which gave the United States control of the Central Pacific.
Which of the following statements best describes the migration of the American population during World War II?
What was the role of the Office of Economic Stabilization?
The Fair Employment Practices Committee (FEPC) was a federal agency designed to protect _______.
During World War II, which group was placed in relocation camps in the United States?
The term "D-Day" refers to which of the following dates?
When American troops entered Germany, they were shocked to discover _______.
The Soviet Union experienced a diplomatic triumph when Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin met in 1945 at the _______.
The United States dropped its first atom bomb on the city of _______ on August 6, 1945.
Why did the U.S. back off from its interventionist policy in Latin America in the 1920s and after?
What did the League of Nations do after the Italian invasion of Ethiopia?
Which of the following was a consequence of the Nye Committee's findings?
How did Great Britain and France respond to initial German aggression in 1938?
With the outbreak of war in Europe in 1939, President Roosevelt _______.
Why were Americans worried about Hitler's attacks against Great Britain in particular?
How did FDR help Great Britain after France fell to the Nazis?
Which statement best describes Hitler's orders to his submarine commanders in the Atlantic?
How did President Roosevelt attempt to halt Japanese aggression between 1940 and 1941?
Why were the Chinese displeased with the Allies' initial strategy?
Which of the following best characterizes U.S.-Soviet relations during the war?
What did the Soviet Union look forward to after its victory in World War II?
What did the United States look forward to after its victory in World War II?
Which of the following statements describes a social problem during World War II?
Why did A. Philip Randolph threaten a massive march on Washington in 1941?
What led to riots in both Los Angeles and Detroit in 1943?
Why was the Battle of the Bulge an important battle during World War II?
How did the contribution of the Soviet Union in Europe during the war compare to the American contribution?
How did Americans feel about collective security toward the end of World War II?
Which approach did the U.S. military favor when Japan's defeat was deemed inevitable?
What was President Truman's primary motive for using atomic weapons against Japan?
Which factors most contributed to American isolationism in the 1930s?
Which of these slowly pushed popular sentiment in the U.S. to favor entering the war?
America's use of the atomic bomb to defeat Japan resulted in all of the following EXCEPT _______.
Which of the following best describes the state of the nation in the wake of World War II?
The conference at Potsdam in July of 1945 ended on a note of _______.
The fundamental disagreement between the United States and the Soviet Union at the beginning of the Cold War was over _______.
To what does the term "Iron Curtain" refer?
Which country came under Soviet control after World War II?
The disarmament plan that the Truman administration proposed to the United Nations after World War II was called _______.
George Kennan's "containment" policy proposed _______.
In 1946 and 1947, conflict in __________ caused the Truman administration to worry about the spread of communism around the globe.
The Truman Doctrine stated that American policy would be to _______.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) _______.
The National Security Act (1947) established the _______.
As a result of military reforms during the Cold War, the __________ became the dominant branch of the American armed forces.
After the Soviet Union exploded its first atomic bomb, Truman appointed a committee to explore the possibility of _______.
The defense policy statement known as NSC-68 _______.
Where did the United States and the Soviet Union face their first Cold War confrontation?
What erroneous advice did General MacArthur give President Truman during the Korean War?
As president, Truman tried to _______.
The Taft-Hartley Act was a 1947 bill that outlawed _______.
The most famous disclosure of espionage activities in the U.S. government in the late 1940s involved the case of _______.
Joseph McCarthy led the crusade against alleged __________ in American government during the 1950s.
What was Eisenhower's campaign pledge that helped seal the election?
In 1954, Indochina was divided at the 17th parallel, creating _______.
In 1954, Secretary of State Dulles signed a security treaty to agree to defend _______ from Chinese forces.
How did the Allies decide to divide reparations in postwar Germany?
The Soviet Union first learned of the American atomic bomb _______.
What effect would the Baruch Plan have had on America?
How did the Soviet Union approach disarmament discussions after World War II?
What was the biggest factor in placing the United States on a collision course with the Soviet Union?
Why were people in Italy and France voting for communist parties in 1947?
What effect did the Marshall Plan have?
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was formed due to _______.
What effect did the formation of NATO have on the Cold War?
In order to test the resolve of his American, British, and French opponents, in 1948 Stalin _______.
The passage of the National Security Act in 1947 _______.
The defense policy known as NSC-68 was based on the premise that _______.
In the Chinese Civil War, Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalists _______.
How did the United States react to the 1950 Sino-Soviet treaty?
After General MacArthur's victory at Inchon, Korea, Truman _______.
The most significant result of the Korean War was that it _______.
Truman's prospects in the 1948 election looked _______.
Actions in which area helped Truman win the 1948 election?
Why did Truman establish a loyalty program in 1947?
How did Joseph McCarthy develop power over his fellow senators?
How did President Eisenhower deal with Joseph McCarthy?
Which of the following was NOT a reason why Congress voted to implement the Marshall Plan?
How did U.S. intervention in China differ from its intervention in Korea?