UNIT THIRTEEN: WORLD WAR TWO Unit 13: World War Two (Chapter 31) Terms: Define the following as they pertain to the historical topic at hand. Term Appeasement Spanish Civil War Nazi-Soviet Pact Blitzkrieg Operation Sea Lion Operation Barbarossa Pearl Harbor Genocide Total War Battle of El Alamein Battle of Stalingrad Island Hopping Kamikaze Define Importance (why is this significant?) Holocaust People: Identify the following individuals Individual(s) Generalissimo Francisco Franco Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain Prime Minister Winston Churchill General Erwin Rommel President Franklin D. Roosevelt General Tojo Hideki President Harry Truman Location Significance/ importance to history Map Activity: Place the countries/places listed below on the map. Create a color key to demonstrate the coordination. A) Alliances of WWII B) B) Map of Select Battles of WWII C) The Pacific Theater Charts: Complete the chart using information from class as well as your textbook. Aggression of major powers pre-World War Two Japan Italy Germany Primary Sources: Use the documents to answer the following questions. Use complete sentences. 1) What does Dr. Seuss imply about America’s feelings toward problems in Europe? 2) What causes this opinion to change? Summary Questions: Answer the following questions in 3+ full sentences 1) What are the various factors that allowed Hitler to be successful in expanding his German empire? 2) What is the one event that was the major turning point in World War Two? There are multiple options, you can choose what event to answer with, but you must explain WHY and use facts to back it up. DO NOT USE “I”, “MY”, ETC IN YOUR ANSWER. 3) Who are left as major powers after World War Two? How do the winners try to prevent war from happening again? What is different about this from World War One?