Chapter 28 - Study Topics for Chapter 28 WWII longer than 1 us fight on both fronts Atlantic and Pac General Douglas MacArthur Leader of Pacific

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Study Topics for Chapter 28 WWII longer than 1 us fight on both fronts Atlantic and Pac. General Douglas MacArthur Leader of Pacific leaves Philippines and says I shall return, he does eventually Midway we win and start to control Pacific, turning point Joseph Stalin want US to open \/ Leader of USSR “Second front” take pressure off USSR Winston Churchill thought if US opened 2 nd front and lost the war would be over. So he thought o invade France though soft underbelly of north Africa. It work but not to Stalin’s liking Stalingrad, battle of, Germany laid siege to USSR for many moths but Germany was defeated not by USSR but by the harsh winters. 1942,1943, humans and horses started to freeze Conversion to war production in 1942 last American car was made changed to war supplies so we could produce more. Office of Price Administration – wage and price controls, rationing tried to limit inflation, froze prices and wages, rationing to fight inflation everything is rationed. African-Americans
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course HIST 2020 taught by Professor Oldlady during the Spring '07 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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Chapter 28 - Study Topics for Chapter 28 WWII longer than 1 us fight on both fronts Atlantic and Pac General Douglas MacArthur Leader of Pacific

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