The Mexican Americans contribute during world war 2 because of a program called Bracero and that's how they contribute during world war 2.
Mexican Americans migrated to America to work as steel workers during World War I. They soon began to take jobs in agriculture.
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The sinking of the Lusitania had a great impact on Americans in that it turned them against Germany.
Many by enlisting and serving.
The mexican-american war started because of the Mexicans attacking Americans on their land too (the Americans.
After the Mexican War the U.S.A gained the land known as Texas
The Mexican War was fought from 1846 to 1848 during Polk's presidency.
It gave us the Mexican Cession.
It had a major impact on the size of the United States;
Japanese American, Mexican Americans, Philipino Americans, etc.
It led to blacks moving to the west coast
After the Mexican-American War, a large percentage of Mexican territory came into the United States. However, much of that land was sparsely populated, making the Mexican-American population not very high. The treaties that ended the Mexican-American war promised Mexican Americans that they would be able to hold onto their property. However, this was not often enforced and there were a number of laws passed by the States and the Federal Government that were discriminatory to Mexican Americans. By and large, Americans who were not White Anglo-Saxon Protestant were maltreated prior to the 1930s and Mexican Americans were no exception to this.
the Americans won it
They declared war first.
Right. It was 'borrowed' by Americans after the Mexican-American War.
Between 250,000 and 500,000 served in the US Armed Forces.
what was the impact of the war during the world war II
On reaction of Mexican Americans was to form gangs to watch their neighborhoods and protect their homes.