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What was the movement in France that opposed German occupation, after they'd been taken over?
French resistance
Close cooperation with another country
Collaboration
Kind of warfare with rapid and mechanized movement.
blitzkieg
group of countries that opposed the axis powers
allied forces (Great Britian, U.S., France)
process of removing enimes or people who oppose your ideas
purge
Would allow Japan to control all the land between Manchuria and the Dutch East Indies.
Greater East Asia Co- Prosperity Sphere
1939...Designed to keep the United States out of war
Neutrality Acts
Signed by Germany and Russia becasue Hitler was afraid Russia might invade from the east...got to keep a small part of Northern Czechoslovokia in return
Non Aggression Pact
Town in France wherre soldiers were evacuated to England
Dunkirk
Sudden continual bombing by air planes
Blitzing
This forms an alliance between Japan, Germany, and Italy
Triparte act
Americans trying to stay out of forgein war becsue they are recovering from The Great Depression.
isolationism
Two events that softened the Americans isolationist views and led to the Lend-Lease Act.
1. New Deal was helping.
2. Paris nad fallen to Hitler.
Stalin's theory of communism results in widespread ___________ .
starvation
Hitler's political party
Nazi