WWII

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  1. What arguments were made for and against American preparation for War in 1940 – 1941?

2. Aim: How did the U.S. gradually get involved in World War II in the late-1930s and early-1940s?

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3. Aim: What arguments were made for and against American preparation for war in 1940 – 1941? Debate (Youtube)

 

4. Aim: What was life like for Japanese Americans during WWII?

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5. Aim: How did the American government use propaganda to gain support for involvement in WW2?

World War II Posters & Propaganda

http://www.pbs.org/thewar/detail_5382.htm

The War Documentary Clip

 

6. Aim: How did African Americans Entry into the work force during WWII lead to racial tensions? _United We Win_ · HERB_ Resources for Teachers _Workers leaving Pennsylvania shipyards, Beaumont, Texas_ · HERB_ Resources for Teachers

 

7. Aim: What can we learn about WW2 from analyzing the experiences of soldiers operating along the front lines? How can different types of primary sources help us understand historical events?