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Unformatted text preview: America in a World at War How did mobilization and war affect How American society during the era of World War II? World He’s Watching You Warning! Our Homes are in Danger Now! This is Nazi Brutality It’s A Woman’s War Too! Use It Up, Wear It Out, Make It Do, or Do Without He Knew the Meaning of Sacrifice United We Win Wartime Tensions Zoot Suit Riots s Japanese Internment s Zoot Suit Riots s s s s Immigration Braceros Program - 1942 Urban Migration Zoot Suit Riots x Pachucos s - LULAC – League of LULAC United Latin American Citizens Citizens Japanese Internment s s s s Executive Executive Order 9066 Order “military military areas” as “exclusion zones” zones” Internment Internment Camps Camps Hawaii Questioning Internment Hirabayashi v. United States, 1943 s Congressional Investigation & Reparations Congressional s x 1980s x $20,000 to each of 80,000 internees Toleration Chinese Americans s Jews s Religious Toleration s Women and Children in Wartime Wage Earning Women Wage – “Rosie the Riveter” “Rosie s Concerns about Family s “Baby Boom” s Winning the War Strategy s Allied Coalition: Allied x Great Britain – Winston Churchill x US – FDR x USSR – Joseph Stalin Contain Japan; Hold off Nazis s Second Front in Europe s Victory in Europe D-Day – June 6, 1944 s August – Paris Liberated s Advance to Berlin s Hitler Suicide – April 30, 1945 s V E Day – May 8, 1945 s April 12, 1945 Death of FDR s VP Harry S. Truman s Japan & The Atomic Bomb Manhattan Project – Dr. Manhattan Robert Oppenheimer Robert s Truman’s Decision s August 6 & 9, 1945 – August Hiroshima & Nagasaki Hiroshima s VJ Day – September 2, VJ 1945 1945 s World War II – War on Citizens Fascist subjugation of other populations s Genocide s Allied and Axis Bombing of Industrial and Allied Urban centers Urban s Atomic Warfare s ...
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