WWII Mobility

WWII Mobility - WWII 1. Mobilization a. Agriculture i....

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WWII 1. Mobilization a. Agriculture i. Freedom gardens b. Illegal market-black market c. Speculation i. There was a lot of productions in Broadway-Oklahoma-underscoring pure Americanism ii. Frank sector, first actor iii. Baseball and football continued d. Feminism i. The “feminism fatigue” 1. That woman were supposed to fulfill their own roles 2. “it will turn them into amazons” 3. you would think having them in the workforce while soldiers were away would be a way for them to progress the feminist government e. army i. Roosevelt was distressed 1. The president called off the march and instead would allow for an advisory commission to investigate racially biased contracts based on race and such 2. It was only an advisory contract looking at army 3. There would still not be a fully integrated army, only under intense combat situations f. Conferences i. Wartime conferences 1. In Tehran in 1943 a. Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin b. Start to coordinate politics from the time c. Talk about the new international organization of the UN
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