Americans in a World at War

Americans in a World at War - I. Americans in a World at...

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Unformatted text preview: I. Americans in a World at War 1. Fascism and the Appeasement of Hitler 2. roots of American Isolationism 3. The Neutrality Act II. America Mobilizes for World War II 1. The Raid of Pearl Harbor 2. The Opposition to Fascism 3. Government Propaganda III. The Internment of Ethnic Japanese 1. Anti-Japanese Sentiment in the West 2. Battle over Executive Order 9066 IV. Recruiting Workers for the Homefront 1. Recruiting Mexican Braceros 2. American Workers as wartime workers a. Recruiting Rosie the Riveter b. Effects of Wartime Employment V. African Americans and the War 1. Opportunities and Limits 2. Wartime Civil Rights Campaigns. Fascism and the Appeasement of Hitler Worldwide depression Germany needed more living space for the dominant race Lebensraum Hitler starts eyeing Sudentland in Czech Europe appeases Hitler gives him Sudentland Then goes for Poland Then Denmark Then France Isolationism Americans thought first WW, a mistake Not want to get sent into WWII Stay out!!! Depression also a factor America First Clubs Meant to ensure isolationism Neutrality Acts Series of laws designed by congress to keep America neutral 1934-1938 1934- America cant sell weapons to either side of the war...
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