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Miscellaneous- 1000 The strong promoting of ideas through media.
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Miscellaneous- 1000 propaganda
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Miscellaneous- 2000 People were encouraged to recycle during WWI I . They also collected __________ and turned it in to help the war effort.
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Miscellaneous- 2000 Metal like tin and steel
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Miscellaneous- 4000 Who wrote a letter to Roosevelt telling him of a “development”?
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Miscellaneous- 4000 Einstein
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Miscellaneous- 6000 What was the name of the project to develop the atomic bomb?
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Miscellaneous- 6000 Manhattan Project
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Miscellaneous- 8000 What was the military strategy developed by Admiral Nimitz that was used in the Pacific?
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Miscellaneous- 8000 I sland Hopping
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After WWI I - 1000 When African-American Servicemen returned home, they still experienced much of the same ___________ as before WWI I .
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After WWI I - 1000 Discrimination
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After WWI I - 2000 GI’s returning from war, found that jobs were not as-
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After WWI I - 2000 Plentiful as they had hoped (scarce).
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After WWI I - 4000 Many women enjoyed working during WWI I ; however, unless it was necessary, they were expected to-
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After WWI I - 4000 Return to their domestic roles after the war.
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After WWI I - 6000 Our industries change back to consumer goods after WWI I is called-
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After WWI I - 6000 Demobilization.
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