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America at war

anti Semitism The discrimination of Jews
Albert Einstein scientist who wrote letter to Roosevelt containing instructions of how to make the atomic bomb.
Bataan death march Where the Japanese force marched prisoners to walk 60 miles
Battle of Guadalcanal Where we destroy Japanese airfields
Battle of Norway Where Europe is retaken from the west.
Battle of Okinawa The last obstacle before attacking the Japanese homeland
Battle of Stalingrad Stop German expansion eastward
Battle of the bulge Where we tried to break the last German position
concentration camps Place were Jews were held captive by Hitler and the Nazis .
Ghettos A place where the poor/Jews, were housed during the holocaust/ great depression
Hiroshima The first place that we used the atomic bomb on in japan
holocaust The slaughter of many Jews and other religious groups by Hitler and the Nazis.
internment camps
Manhatten project Code name for the atomic bomb
rationing When eating less was encouraged to provide more food for the soldiers at war
Rosie the riverter Used as a part of propaganda to get women to help out during the war
selective service and training act Where men ages 21-35 would register with the local draft bonds
shortages The army would run low on food so propaganda was created as a cause to give more food up to the army.
victory gardens What people that could, would grow vegetables in their yard at home. This would be another way for the army to save food .
role of women during the war To make weapons in the factories.
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