Help me with my History study guide? For Finals! *begging*?

I'm supposed to know multiple facts about each #

Please help!


World War II

1. Adolph Hitler

2. Benito Mussolini

3. Axis Powers

4. Winston Churchill

5. Allies

6. Atlantic Charter

7. Pearl Harbor

8. Office of War In-formation

9. Office of Scientific Research and Development

10. The “second front” Dwight Eisenhower

11. Normandy

12. D-Day (June 6, 1944)

13. Douglas MacArthur

14. Harry S Truman

15. Hiroshima

16. Nagasaki

The Cold War

17. Harry Truman

18. United Nations

19. Joseph Stalin

20. Truman Doctrine

21. “Iron Curtain”

22. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

23. George C. Marshall

24. Marshall Plan

25. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

26. Warsaw Pact

27. West Germany

28. East Germany

29. North Korea

30. South Korea

31. Chiang Kai-skew

32. Mao Zedong

33. Taiwan

34. Korean War

35. Middle East

36. Israel

37. Egypt

38. House Un-American Activates Committee (HUAC)

39. Richard Nixon

40. Joseph McCarthy

41. McCarthyism

42. Dwight D. Eisenhower

43. Nikita Khrushchev

44. Sputnik

45. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

46. U-2 Incident

47. Fidel Castro

48. John F. Kennedy

49. Peace Corps

50. Bay of Pigs

51. Berlin Wall

52. Cuban Missile Crisis

53. Lyndon B. Johnson

54. North Vietnam

55. South Vietnam

56. Gulf of Tonkin Resolution

57. Vietnam War

58. Ho Chi Minh

59. Domino Theory

60. Richard Nixon

61. Vietnamization

62. Kent State University

63. War Powers act (1973)

64. 26th Amendment

65. China

66. Soviet Union

67. Détente

68. Gerald Ford

69. Saigon

70. Ho Chi Minh City

71. Jimmy Carter

72. Anwar Sadat

73. Menachem Begin

74. Camp David Accords

75. 1980 Olympic Boycott

76. Shah of Iran

77. Ayatollah Khomeini

78. Ronald Reagan

79. Mikhail Gorbachev

80. Mummar Qaddafi

81. Iran-Contra Affair

82. George Bush

83. Saddam Hussein

84. Bill Clinton

85. Boris Yeltsin

86. Newt Gingrich

87. Monica Lewinsky

88. Al Gore

89. George W. Bush

90. Barack Obama

Political and Domestic Matters

91. Truman Administration (1945-1953)

92. 22nd Amendment

93. Taft-Hartley Act

94. Election of 1948

95. Eisenhower Administration (1953-1961)

96. Richard Nixon

97. Earl Warren

98. Brown V. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas (1954)

99. Montgomery Bus Boycott

100. Martin Luther King, Jr.

101. Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)

102. Little Rock incident

103. Kennedy Administration (1961-1963)

104. Kennedy-Nixon Debates

105. Robert Kennedy

106. Edward Kennedy

107. The New Frontier

108. Peace Corps

109. University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) incident

110. University of Alabama incident

111. Medgar Evers(?)

112. Lee Harvey Oswald

113. Jack Ruby

Johnson Administration (1963-1969)

114. Civil Rights Act of 1964

115. Voting Rights Act of 1965

116. The Great Society

117. The War on Poverty

118. Medicare

119. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)

120. Affirmative Action

121. Job Corps

122. Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA)

123. Head Start

124. Watergate Hotel

125. Committee to Re-elect the President (CREEP)

Study Guide For: Farewell to Manzanar


1. What was Manzanar and where was it located?

2. What kind of neighborhood—racially and economically—did Jeanne (the author of the book) live in before World War II began?

3. What did her parents do for a living?

4. How many people were at Manzanar at any one time?

5. Why was it that Jeanne’s father did not arrive at Manzanar for several months after the rest of his family did?

6. Why did Jeanne adjust to life at Manzanar more easily than her father did?

7. Why did Jeanne’s father get so frustrated, begin drinking, and begin acting in such an anti-social manner while at Manzanar?

8. What did the people at Manzanar do to fix the place up?

9. What kind of job did Jeanne’s mother take a Manzanar?

10. What kinds of activities did Jeanne and other young people engage in during a typical day at Manzanar?

Things to Ponder:

1. The United States was at war with Germany and Italy as well as Japan during World War II; why, then, did the U.S. government discriminate against Japanese-Americans but not German-Americans or Italian-Americans?

2. One of Jeanne’s mother’s prized possessions was


Edit: (In response to CarW:) I've done it on my own... I was just hoping someone might pick an answer and shed some light or facts I don't already know. Also, you don't know me so f#ck off, please. Thanks!(;

Update 2:


1 Answer

  • 6 years ago
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    You don't really expect someone to come on here and list "multiple facts" for each of 125 topics and then give you 10 answers for some book that's not even referenced properly, do you? (Who the heck is Jeanne?)

    You've shown no effort to do this on your own. Your post is an abuse of Yahoo.

    You should really go do your homework now.

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