Grade 10 History – WWII Jeopardy Battles The Final Solution Rise of Hitler Racism and Isolationism Atomic Bomb and Other Events 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 In this 1942 battle that cost nearly 900 Canadian lives, Canadians unsuccessfully attacked the German-held port along France’s coastline. What is Dieppe? In this 1941 battle, Canadians surrendered this former British colony on 25 December 1941 to the Japanese. In this horrific 17day battle, over 300 Canadians were killed What is Hong Kong? In this battle in Italy, Canadians used a technique called mouseholing. After capturing one house, a hole was blasted through the attic into the next house. Once inside, Canadian used grenades and machine guns to attack the enemy from above. What is a Ortona? This full name of this 6 June 1994 invasion was Day of Deliverance. What is a D-Day? 7 June 1945 What is end of WWII or Victory in Europe (VE) Day? It is the more common name for the Final Solution. What is the Holocaust? The systematic extermination of one group What is Genocide? Jews were forced to live in these designated areas to isolate them from the rest of society. What are ghettos? Annihilation by Work What is slave labour? 5,962,129 What is a number of Jews killed in the Holocaust? This book which in English means “My Struggle”, Hitler describes Nazism and the “Jewish Peril.” What is Mein Kampf? To gain political power, Hitler linked this 1919 treaty to Germany’s economic woes during the 1930s. What is the Treaty of Versailles? In 1933, Hitler was elected to this position in the German government. What is Chancellor? In 1933, Hitler enacted this law which allowed him to make new laws without the German Parliament approval. What is the Enabling Act? Hitler used this 1936 war as a training grounds for new military tactics including the Blitzkerg. What is the Spanish Civil War? 7 December 1941 What is the attack on Pearl Harbour? Canada opposed Article X of the League of Nations which required it to become involved in conflicts. Instead, Canada adopted this type of policy of non-involvement. Who is Isolationism? This 24 February 1942 law forced Japanese-Canadians and Japanese in Canada to move into 24 into “protective areas” (i.e., internment camps) for “their own safety”. What is the War Time Measures Act? In June 1939, this ocean liner arrived on Canada’s Atlantic coast with 907 Jewish refugees. The Canadian Government refused entry for the Jews suggesting they would not make good settlers. The ship returned to Germany and many of the refugees died in Nazi concentration camps. What is the St Louis? On 22 September 1988, Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney offered this from Canada to the WWII Japanese-Canadian internees. What is an apology? The name of the bomb dropped on Hiroshima What is Little Boy? 3,800OC. What is the temperature directly beneath the hypocentre (explosion centre) of the atomic bomb explosion? Prefabricated houses with four rooms and a bathroom constructed to hold the swelling numbers of factory workers building military equipment Canada building. What are War Fours? He promised “…not necessarily conscription, but conscription if necessary…” . Who is Prime Minister Mackenzie King? She was the first female graduate from the University of Toronto Electrical Engineering program, and during WWII, she was in charge of building the Hurricane Hawker air plane. Who is Elsie McGill?