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What is the UNUDHR

It is the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It is the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Many Jews were prevented from leaving Germany because

they had nowhere else to go to.

How did the government try to manage the skyrocketing national debt

By selling bonds.

What was the two-front allied strategy used to defeat Hitler

"Europe First" strategy

What was the systematic murder by the Nazis of Jews and others called

There is the Shoah, or the Holocust. For the others; gypsies were the only other group that were sought out in an attempt to find them all, but to my knowledge there has been no name given to the attempted genocide of eastern Europe's gypsies.

Why did British and American forces bomb Germany day after day

To destroy Germany's capacity to make war.

What factors fostered cooperation between the great powers

The United Nations

In Korematsu v US the Supreme Court upheld which policy toward Japanese Americans

removal to internment camps

Which region of the US attracted migrants to its defense industries and military bases

Although America's industrial base and military installations are spread throughout all 50 states, it's industrial base is currently strongest in the Virginia - Louisiana region due to the massive shipyards and need for supporting welders, electricians, and similar skilled technical workers.

Why was Winston Churchill reluctant to open a western front against Germany

He remembered the slaughter on the Western Front in World War I.

How did rationing support the war effort

The rationing of food helped the US send food to England and the troops. The rationing of fuel and oil assisted the war to fly planes, move ships and How_did_rationing_help_war_efforts. The rationing of clothing and other things allowed companies which normally manufacture goods to change their manufacturing plants into war armament plants. It also allowed clothing and shoe companies to make uniforms, coats and boots for the troops.

The same thing held true for Canada, England, How_did_rationing_help_war_effortsand Australia.

It also gave the at-home citizenry a sense of helping with the war effort. A collective drive to help win victory by denying themselves of certain luxuries and limiting use of non-luxury goods.

Which group was offered wartime farming jobs through the bracero program

Mexican males were offered farming jobs from 1942-1964. Known as the Bracero Program, a series of bi-lateral agreements between Mexico and the United States allowed Mexican males to come to the United States to work on, short-term, primarily agricultural labor contracts. In this 22 year time-span, 4.6 million contracts were signed, with many individuals returning multiple times on different contracts, making it the largest U.S. contract labor program.

At the potsdam conference which nation did the allies agree to split into four zones of occupation

At the Potsdam Conference, the Allies agreed to split Germany into four zones of occupation.

What defense did former Nazis offer at the Nuremberg trials for their actions during the war

They claimed that they were just following orders.

How did the war change American attitudes toward international issues

most Americans supported America's new global leadership role

How did executive Order 9066 affect civil liberties in the United states

It forced hundreds of Italian Americans into camps

After the Yalta Conference which leader went back on the Allied agreement to hold free elections in Eastern Europe

Joseph Stalin

What in theory what is the purpose of the concentration camps

To concentrate enemies of the state in one place.

Why did Stalin want Britain and the United states to open a second front in France

He wanted Germany to divide its troops between two fronts.

What nation emerged as the strongest of the new superpowers after World War 2

The United States

What did many Americans believe about the United States after World War II

That America's national security involved world security

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