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What happened at the Nuremberg Trials

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Who made the decision to use the atomic bomb against japan

President Truman.

What did A Philip Randolph do

He campaigned against discrimnataroy practices in the United States.

What was President Truman's chief priority in using the atomic bomb against japan

He wanted to end the war very quickly and have the unconditional surrender of Japan.

What were Japanese Americans forced to do before being sent to an internment camp

Buy war bombs, sell their property at a loss, join the armed forces, and go to court and fight for their rights.

Mary McLeod bethune praised Franklin D Roosevelt for offering which group access to the White House

african americans

How did the Allied bombing of Germany in 1942 change the war

it helped pave the way for a later all-out offensive

What resource did Hitler want to capture by attacking the southern soviet union

Oil Fields

Hitlers economic persecution of Jews in Germany involved

Barring Jews from working in civil service

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

removal to internment camps

The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade was part of American attempts to increase international cooperation on which issue

Economic growth

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

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

Wartime rationing of consumer goods led to what unintended consequence

Wartime rationing of consumer goods led to many unintended consequences. Here are some examples:

  • Farmers sold goods to people at inflated rates. Farmers were not subjected to the rationing books to sell.
  • Some people began to suffer nutritionally -- mostly poor people.
  • Some people found they could get more to eat by eating in the cafeterias near the work places because they did not have to stamp ration books.
  • For a while, the babies were not getting enough to eat, and they had to increase the formula and milk ration amounts for them.
  • In England, the really sad thing that happened was the extension of the rationing program for 10 years.
  • Sometimes people would get their ration books stolen from them (especially the kids who had been evacuated in England), and they could not get them replaced and could not get their books back from the people caring for them.
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.

Besides the war in central Europe where did another important campaign take place

Other important campaigns took place in North Africa and Russia. China and India, among other countries, were also the setting for important campaigns.

What occurred after the liberation of the death camps when people found out about the Holocaust

Support for an independent Jewish homeland increased.

What was the result of World War II

The Allies won.

How did world war 2 end for Hitler

He killed himself so World War II did not end well for Hitler

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

They claimed that they were just following orders.

What role did Democrats have in Congress in the decades following the new deal

democrats held the majority of the seats for many years

Which two nations emerged as the strongest following world war ii

United States and Soviet Union.

Which was the largest of Nazi death camps

Auschwitz, by far.

What industry supported the efforts of the office of War Information (OWI)

what industry supported the efforts of the office of war information (OWI)

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