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What were kamikaze attacks

they were japaenies pilots in world war 2 that flew their airplanes into ships, trying to sink them
In a desperate attempt to stop the American's advance towards Japan near the end of the war in Asia, suicide attacks were made on the American naval forces. Japanese kamikaze pilots deliberately aimed their aeroplanes at the American warships - their aim was to crash onto the deck of the American ships.

How could the federal government put millions to work during the Depression

the government hired many people to care for federal lands(Apex).

What did the United states hope to achieve with the manhattan project

the creation of atomic weapon !

How did life change for women during World War 2

Basically because the male population in every family was at war, ladies needed the money to run their house. So they got out learned essential skills to perform a job and got jobs at many public places which brought up their status or position in society.

More So than in previous wars, US women had increased responsibilities in the family and in the economy. Women went to work in jobs previously held by men, and made many financial and social decisions on their own.

Part of the change came because men were shipped off to war, and women were called into the workplace. They were also responsible for the home front. After the war, however, women were expected to 'return to the home.'

What was true of the Battle of Iwo Jima


Almost all of the Japanese fought to their deaths.

Where did most Okies migrate to

Most Okies migrated to California

What was a result of the Munich Conference in 1938

Hitler promise no further aggression by Germany

What was provided by the Social Security Act

payments to older americans

The allied invasion of Northern Africa was called

The allied invasion of Northern Africa was called Operation Torch.

Hitler Mussolini and Franco were leaders who based their actions on the belief that

state interests were more important than individual rights (apex)

Operation Torch was the Allied invasion of

It was the British-American Invasion of North Africa.

What created tension between FDR and southern democrats

Civil Rights Issues

What did FDR want government to do in the new deal apex

put people to work..... apex

Which of these statements about the firebombing of Tokyo is true

it caused high civilian casualties but did not result in surrender

After Pearl Harbor Japan went on to capture who

Wake Island, Hong Kong, the Philippines

President Roosevelt's actions during the hundred days were focused on

all of the above (apex)

Towns of shacks and tents built by homeless people during the Depression were called

Hoovervilles.

Which of these was the site of a major naval battle

Leyte Gulf AHS2K18BTCH

In Roosevelt's 1933 inaugural address president Roosevelt helped Americans see

That there were solutions to the problems of the Great Depression.

Why were there runs on banks in 1933

People feared they would lose their money, so they took it out-APEX

To fight Japanese the United States used the strategy of

island hopping

Which nation was resisting hitler in the summer of 1940 in Western Europe

Great Britain was the only country resisting Hitler in the summer of 1940 in Western Europe.

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