A) falsely accuse China of aggression.
B) falsely accuse the Soviet Union of aggression.
C) seize Korea from China.
D) seize Sakahlan Island from the Soviet Union.
E) establish a puppet government in Manchuria known as Manchukuo.
A) a well-coordinated guerilla movement.
B) weakened by rivalry between Chinese nationalists and communists.
C) effectively crushed by the brutality of Japanese occupation.
D) armed by the Soviet Union.
A) disregarded the League of Nations.
B) annexed Libya.
C) invaded Ethiopia.
D) supported militarists in the Spanish Civil War.
E) all of the above.
A) remilitarization of Germany in spite of limits imposed by the peace settlement.
B) retaking the Rhineland, held by France since the war.
C) withdrawing Germany from the League of Nations.
D) signing a nonaggression past with the Soviet Union.
E) annexing Austria and Sudetenland in spite of the principle of self-determination.
A) took a hard line with Hitler, threatening military retaliation for any further aggression.
B) agreed that Hitler could keep lands already taken in exchange for a pledge to end German expansion.
C) agreed that the Treaty of Versailles had been unfair to the Germans and that their former empire should be restored.
D) created the regional Allied defense against Hitler’s aggression.
E) made a secret alliance with the Axis powers.
A) the German invasion of France.
B) the German invasion of North Africa.
C) the German invasion of the Soviet Union.
D) the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
E) the Allied invasion of Normandy.
A) the internment of Japanese citizens living in the United States.
B) an American-led oil embargo against Japan to force withdrawal from China.
C) resentment over the unequal treaties imposed on Japan in the nineteenth century.
D) resentment that Japan has not gotten more of the territorial "spoils" at the Paris peace settlements after World War I.
E) fears of an American attack on the Japanese homeland.
A) invade Poland.
B) invade the Soviet Union.
C) eliminate undesirable minorities in conquered territories in the Soviet Union.
D) deport all European Jews to concentration camps in Poland for extermination.
E) create the SS Eisantzgrupen.
A) Soviet aggression would be met with American force.
B) the United States would help rebuilt Europe and Japan.
C) the United States would support free people resisting subjugation by insurrection or outside interference.
D) the United States would never again resort to atomic weapons.
E) the United States would participate in the United Nations.
A) to discourage communism in western Europe by strengthening capitalism.
B) to help rebuilt war-torn Europe with massive aid.
C) to be an economic adjunct to the Truman Doctrine.
D) to avoid the mistakes that the Paris Peace Settlement made in dealing harshly with a defeated enemy.