The United States did not officially join World War 2 until 1941. What event finally prompted them to fight?
American forces dropped atomic bombs in which two cities?
Which of these Axis powers fought on the opposite side during World War 1?
True or False: Queen Elizabeth served as mechanic during World War 2
Wernher von Braun was a German rocket scientist who was later made an American citizen. Once in the U.S. he helped to…
Which two countries are still maintaining a long-standing dispute over a set of islands, which began at the end of the war?
Which nation suffered the most loss of life in World War 2?
Which of these devastating attacks had the highest death toll?
True or False: the Soviet surgeon Vladimir Demikhov once created a living, breathing two-headed dog.
Hitler allegedly kept a photo of which American industrialist on his desk?
Which of these German commanders is generally considered the “architect” of the Holocaust?
True or False: The swastika was a symbol invented by the Nazis.
During the war, in order to avoid sounding “too German”, American restaurants began calling hamburgers...
Which of these countries was the last to declare war on Germany?
The “Wolves of the Atlantic” was a term used to refer to...
Which of these Axis powers had a policy of accepting Jewish refugees?
Two Polish doctors saved 8,000 Jews from the Holocaust by faking a…
About how many Jewish-Americans served in the U.S. Armed Forces during the war?
From 1942 onwards, the US Marines in the Pacific used which language for their secret codes?
True or False: One man survived the nuclear bombing of both Hiroshima AND Nagasaki
The Nazis referred to their regime as...
What was the name of the treaty that ended World War 1, signed in 1919, which is sometimes said to have been a primary cause of World War 2 years later?
“The Phoney War” refers to...
The Nazis based their official marching song off the “fight song” for which university?
Who was the Prime Minister of Great Britain when World War 2 began?
The longest battle of WW2 was...
Which of these options was NOT the name of one of the planes which dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki
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