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The Legacy of the War

The Legacy of the War

The Legacy of the War. Chapter 11 Section 5 Page 366. Political Changes. Federal government assumed supreme national authority & no state ever seceded again. Greatly increased the power of the federal government. Taxing private income Required everyone to accept paper currency

By december
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The Legacy of the War

The Legacy of the War

The Legacy of the War. Chapter 11 Section 5 Page 366. Political Changes. Federal government assumed supreme national authority & no state ever seceded again. Greatly increased the power of the federal government. Taxing private income Required everyone to accept paper currency

By scorpio
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Life on the Home Front:

Life on the Home Front:

Life on the Home Front:. Early February 1942: the end of automobile production in the United States. Last car on February 4th. Automobile plants were retooled within weeks to produce tanks, planes, boats, and command cars. Please view this as a slide show!.

By ellard
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#3. An Economic overview of wwi

#3. An Economic overview of wwi

#3. An Economic overview of wwi. By Eric Bercaw , Kyle Boyd, and Graham Boreland. Government economic regulations. In 1916, the government created the councils of national defense. It oversaw the governments preparedness for a war.

By conley
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War Mobilization

War Mobilization

War Mobilization. 1. Enlistment. The Most Famous Recruitment Poster. 1917 – Selective Service Act. 24,000,000 men registered for the draft by the end of 1918. 4,800,000 men served in WW1 (2,000,000 saw active combat). 400,000 African-Americans served in segregated units.

By azizi
(127 views)

Day 133: America in World War II

Day 133: America in World War II

Day 133: America in World War II. Baltimore Polytechnic Institute April 3, 2014 A/A.P. U.S. History Mr. Green. Announcements. Chapter 34 Quiz on Friday 1932-1944 Election Chart due on Monday. America in World War II. Objectives:

By bunny
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Women in USA in the 1920s

Women in USA in the 1920s

Women in USA in the 1920s. The 1920s brought freedom and opportunity for women because there were some things they could not do before WW1. Before WW1 middle-class women in the USA were expected to lead restricted lives. They had to wear restrictive clothes and behave politely.

By alexa
(186 views)

Goals of the Civil Rights Movement

Goals of the Civil Rights Movement

Goals of the Civil Rights Movement. Standard 8.1 E.Q. What were the key goals of the modern civil rights movement? . Goals of the Civil Rights Movement. Equal Treatment Declaration of Independence Reconstruction Decent Housing Right to Vote. Policy Changes.

By alicia
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WWII: Big Question: Is there such a thing as a “good” war?

WWII: Big Question: Is there such a thing as a “good” war?

WWII: Big Question: Is there such a thing as a “good” war?. Notes: American Servicemen, Wartime Government, Wartime Consumers, Women at War. American Servicemen. American Servicemen were called GIs , originally meant “Government Issue”, and it was stamped on all uniforms and supplies

By kylene
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#3. An Economic overview of wwi

#3. An Economic overview of wwi

#3. An Economic overview of wwi. By Eric Bercaw , Kyle Boyd, and Graham Boreland. Government economic regulations. In 1916, the government created the councils of national defense. It oversaw the governments preparedness for a war.

By molly
(63 views)

Winning the War

Winning the War

Winning the War. Chapter 14 Section 3. Terms and People. total war – channeling all of a nation’s resources into a war effort conscription – “the draft,” which required all young men to be ready for military or other service

By ban
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Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement. Is about ALL minority groups including: African-Americans, Native Americans, women, Latinos, etc. Civil Rights Movement. African-American civil rights movement begins after the American Civil War Reconstruction Amendments (13 th , 14 th , & 15 th )

By dugan
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Woman’s Contribution How woman helped with the war

Woman’s Contribution How woman helped with the war

Woman’s Contribution How woman helped with the war - Early in the war woman were accepted into the armed forces and worked mostly on the home front. - The NSS (National Selective Service) was recruiting woman and over 43,000 were serving.

By kenley
(202 views)

Chapter 37

Chapter 37

Chapter 37. Over Here: World War I at Home 1917–1920. The Progressive War. World War I Make “world safe for democracy” “War to end all wars” Progressives turn ideas into policy War kills progressive movement Progressive split over intervention Democratic progressives support war

By cain
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War On Two Fronts

War On Two Fronts

War On Two Fronts. America’s unity and confidence was tested in the first months of 1942 as the war was going very badly with Britain ready to collapse and the Soviet Union staggering. War On Two Fronts.

By marcel
(143 views)

CHAPTER 23

CHAPTER 23

1937–1945. CHAPTER 23. GLOBAL CONFLICT: WORLD WAR II. “…a day that will live in infamy.”. Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1941. GLOBAL CONFLICT: WORLD WAR II Overview. Against Fascism and for democracy Pearl Harbor: The United States Enters the War The Home Front Race and War Total War.

By teresa
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The War at Home and What the War Meant to Canada

The War at Home and What the War Meant to Canada

The War at Home and What the War Meant to Canada. Ms. Campbell Socials 11. The War at Home. During WW2 the Canadian Home Front made enormous contributions Total War led many factories to produce war supplies Factories operated non-stop and Canadians worked long hours. The Home Front.

By sarai
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Americans Prepare for War

Americans Prepare for War

Americans Prepare for War. I. Congress Declares War on April 6, 1917. a. The Germans broke the Sussex pledge and began unrestricted submarine warfare b. The Zimmerman Note outraged the American Public. Rallying the Public.

By otylia
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Wartime Migration

Wartime Migration

Wartime Migration. Many of the 15 million mobilized for the war chose not to return home after 1945 War industries brought people to boomtowns like Seattle, Detroit, LA In 1938 FDR called the South the nation’s “number one economic problem”

By derora
(150 views)

The War to End War

The War to End War

The War to End War. 1917-1918. Wilson and Neutrality. January 1917: Germany announces unrestricted submarine warfare This proclamation voided the earlier agreement between Wilson and Germany Germany hoped that the US would remain neutral and stop supplying Britain before entering war

By etenia
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