World War II: A Multiple-Choice Quiz and Study Guide for Students and Homeschoolers
Preparing for a Test on World War II?
This hub was created as a tool (study guide of sorts) for high school students who are studying World War II. Regardless of your grade level, the facts of the war are the same. I have selected questions that you most likely can expect to see on a test. I can't guarantee that these are the questions you will be tested on. as each teacher is different, but I have tried to include the pertinent facts to give you an understanding of the war and the earlier events that led up to the war. I hope this helps in your testing! Keep taking the quiz over and over until you can make 100% consistently. You can take the quiz as many times as you need to.
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"In the first six to twelve months of a war with
the United States and Great Britain I will run wild and win victory upon
victory. But then, if the war continues after that, I have no expectation of
"You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind each blade of grass."
"I fear all we have done is awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve." [upon learning of the success of the Japanese raid on Pearl Harbor]
-Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto
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