U.S. History (Check, Please!)(REED)

1. What did Hitler call the unification of Austria and Germany?

Q: The Anschluss is what Hitler called the unification of Austria and Germany.

2. What is appeasement and did it work?

A: Appeasement is the policy of giving concessions in exchange for peace. It did not work because, even after Czechoslovakia agreed to Hitler’s demands and gave up the Sudetenland to Germany, Hitler still kept trying to take over territories. He had an his own agenda of conquest, of domination that he was determined to carry out. Furthermore, appeasement encouraged Hitler to believe that France and Britain would meet any demand so that they were not at war, leading Hitler to become even more aggressive in his conquest.

3. What was the Nazi-Soviet Nonaggression pact?

A: The Nazi-Soviet Nonaggression pact was a nonaggression treaty signed by Germany and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) on August 23, 1939, in which they agreed not to attack each other.

4. What was Blitzkrieg and how did it work?

A: Blitzkrieg, or lightning war, was a new type of warfare that Germany used to invade Poland and other countries. The way this tactic worked was that large numbers of massed tanks would break through and rapidly encircle enemy positions, overwhelming the enemy country with so much power that it had no choice but to surrender.

5. What was the Battle of Britain?

A: The Battle of Britain was an air battle between Germany and Britain that lasted from June 1940 until the fall of 1940. It started when the German air force attacked British shipping in the English Channel and then launched an all-out air battle to destroy the British Royal Air Force.

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  1. Your answers are good. I find your answer to #5 incomplete, though. The Battle of Britain was aimed at RAF bases and was for control of British air space, but also included the bombing of London and other cities (mostly London, the capital) in an effort to demoralize and weaken British resolve to fight. Re-read your text materials for more information.



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