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Canadian Soldiers Liberate the Netherlands Date in which Canada entered WW11.. The Canadian front spread out from Nijmegen to ________.. Which army was formed of 170,000 men overseas, and won back the river?. Canadians allied with the ___________ and ________ to fight the first full-scale invasion of Europe. . Germany’s first target.. Hard
Japan In World War II complete the puzzle using hints Japan attacked this location. America overtook parts of Japan in WW2 this is called. A part of the japanese technology and combat arms A small bomb thrown by hand or launched mechanically. 124th Emperor of Japan. Emperor of Japan 1926–89. The largest city on the island of Kyushu in Japan.. Older Children
Vietnam War Part 2 On June 17, 1972 members of Nixon’s campaign re-election inner circle broke into the___________________. The Administration at the University of California-Berkeley was accused of destroying student’s __________. There were over 2000 ______________________________to end the Vietnam Conflict . The division of US Soldiers involved in the My Lai Massacre were members of the ______________division. During raids from December 18 to December 30th, the United States dropped____________ tons of bombs. Big
Vietnam War Part 1 On October 10, 1973, Nixon’s Vice President, Spiro T. Agnew resigned and was replaced by. Gerald R. Ford is the nation’s only _________________________President . US Citizens that favored the war in Vietnam were called_______________________________. US Commander William Westmoreland’s strategy for defeating the Vietcong was called________________. President Nixon’s purpose for bombing raids into Cambodia was to destroy Vietcong. Big
War in Iraq and Conflict at Home The Bush Administration falsely reported that Iraq had ________________ of mass destruction that threatened the United States.. The _______________ were a fundamentalist Islamic religious group that ruled Afghanistan with an iron hand and denied rights to women.. It was hard for the military to recruit ____________ for the war since many did not see a reason for it.. Hundreds of ______________ of Iraqis died in the war.. Protesters demonstrated against anti-immigration laws with slogans like, 'No Human Being is __________.'. Very Difficult
World War II Leader of England. U.S. Commander in the Pacific. June 6th, 1944. Nazi secret police. President of United States at beginning of War. Teenage
World War I Not a member of the Triple Entente.. Declared war on Russia.One of the five trends of WWI.. One of the three countries which was part of the Triple Alliance.. This battle was the first to see the use of chemical weapons.. This man's death set off a chair reaction which lead to the outbreak of WWI.. Big
World War II A victory for the United States over the Japanese in a 1942 naval battle that was a turning point of World War II.. June 6, 1944, the day the Allies invaded France during World War II.. A 1941 law that allowed the United States to ship arms and supplies, without immediate payment,to nations fighting the Axis powers.. The hiring of Mexicans to preform much needed labor during WWII.. Passed in 1941, this bill provided educational and economic help to the veterans.. Hard
World War I The principles making up President Woodrow Wilson's plan for world peace following WW1. Heir to the Austrian throne. A truce, or agreement to end an armed conflict. A law, enacted in 1917, that required men to register for military service. 2 laws, enacted in 1917 & 1918, that imposed harsh penalties on anyone interfering with or speaking against the U.S. participation in WW1. Hard
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