US HISTORY *JUST NEED CHECKED*

What foreign policy did the United States follow before entering World War 2? *
Isolationsism
Communism(MY ANSWER)
Socialism
Blitzkrieg

Japan is a country made up of islands *
True (MY ANSWER)
False

Why was Japan so interested in controlling the islands in the Pacific Ocean? *
Japan had an abundance of natural resources that they wanted to sell.
Japan thought it would convince the United States to side with them in the war
Japan's home islands were too small to provide the supplies they needed to continue their campaign to dominate Asia (MY ANSWER)
Japan wanted them to buy their excess oil

What country was NOT a member of the Tripartite Pact? *
United States
Italy
Japan (IDK)
Germany

What did President Roosevelt say about December 7, 1941? *
It was a day "that would live in infamy".(MY ANSWER)
It was proof that the United States needed to side with Japan.
The United States must take full responsibility.
It was a day that would soon be forgotten.

The President of the United States can declare war on his own *
True
False(MY ANSWER)

Before Pearl Harbor, most Americans agreed that the United States should not get involved in the conflict in Europe. *
True (MY ANSWER)
False

Where was the "Battle of Britain" mainly fought? *
On land
At sea
In the air (MY ANSWER)
Under ground


Where is Pearl Harbor located? *
In Europe
In the East Indies
In the Pacific Ocean (MY ANSWER)
In the Indian Ocean

Who was Japan at war with? *
The Philippines (I THINK?)
Germany
Italy
China (MY ANSWER)

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asked by MSTV1112
  1. 1 - ABSOLUTELY NOT!
    2 - yes
    3 - yes
    4 - NO
    5 - 10 - yes

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    posted by Reed
  2. Could you help me with #1 and #4 then?

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    posted by MSTV1112
  3. 1. would be socialism
    4. I don't know

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    posted by Aelia
  4. 1. NO again. You already have the correct answer in another question here. Look up those words and make sure you know what they mean: communism, socialism, etc.

    4. Read this, if you can't read your text materials:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tripartite_Pact

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