which caused the us army to take over atomic research in the early 1940s?


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Great BritainWhich Allied nation controlled the Suez Canal in North Africa?
It had a strategic location along the Volga River.During World War 2, Germany tried to capture the Russian city of Stalingrad because
Battle of Stalingrad.During World War 2, the battle that turned the tide of war against Germany on the eastern front was the
Allies.During World War 2, the United States was a member of the
Axis.During World War 2, Germany was a member of the
North Africa.In 1942, the Allies began their "Europe-first" strategy by invading
Great Britain and the Soviet UnionDuring World War 2, which pair were Allied nations?
The Allied forces succeeded in pushing over one million Allied soldiers into France.How was the battle at Normandy a turning point in World War 2?
The Allies pushed Rommel's troops out of Egypt and trapped them against more Allied forces in the west.Which of the following best describes the 1942 Allied strategy in North Africa?
Roosevelt felt that Germany was more of a threat than Japan.When it first entered World War 2, why did the United States commit most of its resources to the war in Europe?
Using the bomb would shorten the war and avoid heavy casualties among invading troops.Which of the following arguments decided the debate over using the atomic bomb against Japan in 1945?
Thinking of a new strategy besides invading the Japanese mainland.As a result of Japan's increasing use of suicide attacks in 1945, Allied leaders began
President Harry Truman.Who made the decision to drop the atomic bomb on Japan in 1945?
Refused Allied requests for their surrender.Before August 1945, military leaders in Japan
Was the first major Allied offensive against Japanese forces.During World War 2, the Battle of Guadalcanal was significant because it
It was considered part of the Japanese homeland.During World War 2, why did Japan strongly and passionately defend Iwo Jima?
Evened the naval strength of the Japanese and US fleets.During World War 2, the Battle of Midway was significant because it
Denied the Japanese the chance to launch a direct attack on Australia.During World War 2, the Battle of the Coral Sea was significant because it
The Japanese had planned for no surviving prisoners.Why did the Allies capture so few Japanese soldiers when the attacked Iwo Jima?
Japan's loss of aircraft carriers in the Battle of Midway.Which of the following losses changed the Japanese plan to continue advancing and taking islands in the Pacific?
Boycotting Jewish businesses.In 1933, Hitler took action against Jews in Germany by
Cook food for German soldiers (wrong)Nazis who forced Jews to live in ghettos also forced them to
6 million.Approximately how many Jews were killed during the Holocaust?
Established that genocide was an international crime.A result of the Nuremberg trials was that the United Nations
Millions of European Jews were murdered.What was the ultimate result of the Final Solution?
Purify the German race.Nazis thought that killing Jews, gypsies, and other groups would
Jews.Most of the people killed by Nazi Germany during the Holocaust were
Euthanasia.What Nazi policy targeted people who had disabilities?
The Middle East.In what region did the United Nations create a home for Holocaust survivors in 1947?
To separate Jews from the rest of the public (wrong)Why did Nazi Germany build concentration camps in Poland?
Japan surrendered within a few days.A result of the atomic bomb dropped by the U.S. on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki was that
Dismantled by the U.S. military.During the U.S. occupation of Japan after World War 2, Japan's military was
Noting that firebombing had already caused extensive damage in Japan.Supporters of the atomic bomb argued against the idea that the U.S. should not use the bomb against Japan by
It showed that Japan was willing to fight to the end.How did the Battle of Okinawa affect President Truman's decision to use the atomic bomb against Japan?
They feared Germany was trying to develop nuclear weapons.What was a major concern of scientist who left Nazi Germany for the United States before World War 2?
Japan's research into atomic bombs. (Wrong)What caused the U.S. Army to take over atomic research in the early 1940's?
Cost too many American lives.Supporters of using the atomic bomb against Japan at the end of World War 2 thought an invasion would
The U.S. appointed new leaders (wrong)Which was allowed under the new system of government in Japan following World War 2?
The U.S. and Japan became allies and trading partners.Which was a result of the U.S. occupation of Japan after World War 2?
Robert OppenheimerWhich scientist is often called the "father of the atomic bomb" because of his work as the head of the Manhattan Project?
which caused
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