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World War II Crossword Puzzle

Author: Kayce Apanewicz
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Brutal march of American and Filipino prisoners by Japanese soldiers in 1942.
Kind of warfare emphasizing rapid and mechanized movement; used by Germany during World War II.
Group formed in 1940 by isolationists to block further aid to Britain.
Code name for the allied invasion of France on June 6, 1944.
1945 World War II battle between the United States and Japan.
Nazi Germany's systematic attempt to murder all European Jews.
A military strategy used during World War II that involved selectively attacking specific enemy-held islands and bypassing others.
Thirty-third President of the United States, 1945-1953; authorized use of atomic bomb; signed Marshall Plan to rebuild Europe.
In World War II, Germany, Italy, and Japan.`
In World War II, a Japanese suicide plane.
Series of trials in 1945 conducted by an International Military Tribunal in which former Nazi leaders were charged with crimes against peace, crimes against humanity, and war crimes.
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World War II battle in which German forces launched a final counterattack in the west.
Thirty-fourth President of the United States, 1953-1961; leader of Allied forces in World War II; as President, he promoted business and continued social programs.
United States general during the Great Depression, World War II, and Korean War; forced by Truman to resign in 1951.
A set of international standards of conduct for treating prisoners of war, established in 1929.
The name given to the night of violence on November 9, 1938, when Nazi storm troopers looted and destroyed Jewish homes, businesses, and synagogues and arrested thousands of Jews in Germany and Austria.
Distribution of goods to consumers in a fixed amount.
1942-1943 World War II battle between the United States and Japan.
Political philosophy that emphasizes the importance of the nation or an ethnic group, and the supreme authority of the leader over that of the individual.
Day (May 8) marking the Allied victory in Europe in 1945.
The Prime Minister of Japan when the attack on Pearl Harbor took place.
Organized killing of an entire people.
Highly flammable chemical dropped from U.S. planes in firebombing attacks during the Vietnam War.
Leader of the Soviet Union from 1924-1953; worked with Roosevelt and Churchill during World War II but afterward became an aggressive participant in the Cold War.
Thirty-second President of the United States; fought the Great Depression through his New Deal social programs; proved a strong leader during World War II.