Chapter 24B - The Second World War 1933-1945 WW2 50 million people women and children Mobilization at Home Preparedness \u25cf War Powers Act \u25cb Would

Chapter 24B - The Second World War 1933-1945 WW2 50 million...

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The Second World War 1933-1945 WW2 - 50 million people, women, and children Mobilization at Home Preparedness War Powers Act Would change what factories were making “Levis jeans wouldn’t make jeans, they would make military fatigue” Revenue Act of 1942 Tax everyone to pay for supplies for the war Economic Controls Stabilization Act Wages Farm So people wouldn’t take advantage of the wartime by raising prices Rationing food Ration coupon Women supported the war and volunteered but served in nondangerous situations Building guns, tanks, etc. African Americans Fight in WW2 Served with distinction Tuskegee Airmen Fought with Valor Hispanics: Military Bracero Program Creating a workforce Native Americans “Code talkers” Japanese Americans Internment camps 100,000 Japanese Americans were relocated Korematsu v. U.S (1944) Supreme Court Supported U.S to put all Japanese Americans in the camps World War 2 Begins
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