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WW2 self test 2

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d-day was the code name for which ww2 event the allied invasion of europe at normandy
during ww2, US gov spending increased sharply
which of the following violated geneva convention standards of conduct toward prisoners of war the bataan death march
what was the goal of the govs rationing program to ensure that fair distribution of scarce items
which country faced a massive german invasion across its western border in 1941 the soviet union
the congress of racial equality (CORE) believed in using nonviolent techniques to end racism
what was one benefit enjoyed by most working women during the war pride in helping the war effort
one day world war affected women was that many women took jobs with war related industries
japan finally surrendered after the US used atomic bombs against japan
during the war, most japanese americans were forced into internment camps
Created by: dalizavez