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Georgia in WWII

Lend-Lease Act act that allowed the U.S. government to send billions of dollars in supplies and military equipment to allied countries in exchange for U.S. rights in their military bases
Pearl Harbor American Naval base in Hawaii; a surprise attack on the base by Japanese forces on December 7, 1941 resulted in the U.S. entering World War II
World War II (1939-1945) - The most destructive war in human history
Bell Bomber Plant factory located in Marietta, Georgia, that produced B-29 bombers for the U.S. war effort.
Liberty Ships U.S. cargo ships made during World War II. In all 187 of these ships were made in Georgia.
Savannah and Brunswick Ship Yards Georgia’s two deep water ports; during World War II, 187 Liberty Ships were constructed there.
Richard Russel (1897-1971) - Georgia governor and influential long term U.S. Senator.
Carl Vinson Georgia Congressman who was an advocate for a strong U.S. military; served 25 terms in the U.S. House of Representatives, making him the longest serving Congressmen in U.S. history
Created by: aburke18