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PALS WWII

PALS World War II

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sneak attack against an U.S. naval base in Hawaii. Bombing of Pearl Harbor
policy to borrow or rent supplies such as food, ammunition, equipment? Lend-Lease Act
Where were Liberty Ships built in Georgia? Savannah and Brunswick
Marietta factory used to build B29 bombers Bell Aircraft
What Georgia city did FDR visit because of its healing waters? Warm Springs
FDR's house in Georgia Little White House
facilities were used to train soldiers in Georgia military bases
murder of over 6 million Jewish people by Nazi Germany. Holocaust
Nazi leader responsible for the killing of over 6 million Jews. Adolf Hitler
expanded the U.S. Navy and served 25 consecutive years in Congress Carl Vinson
increased the military budget and number of military bases in GA Richard Russell
ships built during WWII to get cargo and supplies to Europe Liberty Ships
U.S. president stayed at Warm Springs Franklin D. Roosevelt
only U.S. president to serve 4 consecutive terms (16 years) Franklin D. Roosevelt
Which country attacked U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor? Japan
FDR's description of the attack of Pearl Harbor "a day that will live in infamy"
December 7, 1941 is commemorated each year because Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japan
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