War relocation camps a housed over 100000 japanese

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17.“War relocation camps”:a.housed over 100,000 Japanese Americans during the warb.were actually prisoner-of-war camps for captured Germansc.was the German euphemism for Nazi concentration campsd.helped the families of American servicemen cope with the absence of husbands and fath-erse.were the bases that housed American servicemen before being sent to the front linesANS:A
REF:Page 1168OBJ:FactualTOP:Japanese American internment (III.F)18.Which of the following statements accurately describes the overall approach the British and Americans adopted to fighting the war?
REF:Page 1169OBJ:AppliedTOP:"Germany first" strategy prioritizes Europe theater over Pacific theater (IV.A)19.When Roosevelt and Churchill met to draft a joint war plan in early 1942, they made all of the follow-ing commitments EXCEPT:
REF:Page 1169OBJ:FactualTOP:U.S.-British joint conduct of the war (IV.B)20.British and American differences over where to attack Germany first were resolved with the decision to launch an offensive:
REF:Page 1170OBJ:FactualTOP:The victorious North Africa campaign, 1942–1943 (IV.C)21.At the Casablanca Conference, Roosevelt and Churchill agreed to all of the following EXCEPT:a.a demand for the “unconditional surrender” of their enemiesb.an immediate launching of a cross-Channel invasion into Francec.the stepped-up bombing of Germanyd.a prioritizing of the anti-submarine campaign in the Atlantice.increased shipments of military supplies to the Soviet UnionANS:B
REF:Page 1171OBJ:FactualTOP:Agreements at Casablanca, 1943 (IV.D)

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