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Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H. S. Chappaqua, NY
Your Number Was Called!
Marine Corps Motor Pool
Servicing U. S. Bombers
The Andrew Sisters Singing “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy”
Betty Grable: Allied Pinup Girl She Reminded Men What They Were Fighting For
Fighting the Enemy on the Battlefield & on the Home Front
Working on the Assembly Line
“Rosie, the Riveter”
Fix that Engine!
Join the Women’s Army Corps
Women’s Army Air Corps Pilots
We Need Nurses Badly
Female War Photographer
Do Your Bit!
Buy, Buy, Buy, Buy a Bond: It Will Lead to VICTORY!
Get Your Ration Cards
S..t..r..e..t..c..h That Food!
No New Dresses for a While
On the Road Looking for Work
Japanese-American Boy Scout Troop in an Internment Camp
Navaho “Code Talkers”
7 Future American Presidents Views of the World Were Formed by Their Service in World War II
Abbott & Costello: “Buck Privates”
Hollywood Pitches In
He’s the Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Company B
Bob Hope in the South Pacific
Thanks, for the Memories!
The Beginning of the Nuclear Age
It’s Finally Over!!!!!
WW II Memorial in Washington, DC Dedicated on April 29, 2004
The Andrew Sisters Singing “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy”
Your Number Was Called! Marine Corps Motor Pool.
America First CommitteeAmerica First Committee –Established in 1940 –Opposed aid to the Allies because of fear of involvement in the war. –After Pearl.
By: Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H. S. Chappaqua, NY.
American women In World war ii. nurses Army Nurse Corps U.S. Army nurse instructs Army medics on the proper method of giving an injection, Queensland,
The American Homefront During WWII. World War II had a huge impact on the United States Examine how World War II impacted Americans at home by analyzing.
World War II Pearl Harbor The Home Front Pearl Harbor.
■Essential Question: –How did World War II transform the American home front? ■Warm-Up Question: –In your document packet, examine Document F & answer.
American Home Front in WWII The U.S. Government. The U.S. Government ■To win wars in Asia & Europe & meet civilian demands, the U.S. gov’t grew to its.
Pearl Harbor Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto Pearl Harbor from the Cockpit of a Japanese Pilot.
Served in segregated units Tuskegee Airmen Elite group of African American fighter pilots “Great Migration” north to work in war factories “Double.
American Homefront WWII ■ FRIDAY 10/19/1210/19/12.
Rationing, “Rosie the Riveter”, and the Tuskegee Airmen SS5H6: The student will explain the reasons for America’s involvement in World War II. e. Describe.
Ms. Susan Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY. The Most Famous Recruitment Poster.
I. Women during the war “Rosie” encouraged women to do their part and help the war effort by working in the factories.
World War II: And the Home Front "But there is one front and one battle where everyone in the United States - every man, woman, and child - is in action.
Life on the Home Front Patriotism Inspires Exceptional Actions.
On the Home Front During World War II Audie Murphy
America's Home Front Cartoon by Dr. Seuss. Retrieved from on 3/31/10http://orpheus.ucsd.edu/speccoll/dspolitic/Frame.htm.
USHC 7.2 Evaluate the impact of war mobilization on the home front, including consumer sacrifices, the role of women and minorities in the workforce, and.
Home Front. Building the Military U.S. was building military before Pearl Harbor 15 million joined military or were drafted 1 st time: Women joined the.
Ch 20, Sec 3-5 Life on the Home Front while the War continues in Europe and Asia.
The Home Front FOCUS QUESTION: What changes to society resulted from the treatment of various groups during WWII?
World War II The HOME FRONT. Americans Supporting the War on the Home Front Americans Supporting the War on the Home Front
SOL: VUS.10c, VUS.11b. Tuskegee Airmen Group of African- American bomber pilots. African-Americans fought in segregated units. Migration to cities.
Mobilization: draft, raised defense spending by $8 billion Selective Training and Service Act: 1940, first peacetime draft, ages Rationing:
Victory and Beyond The End of World War II The photographs in this presentation are from the AP Photo Archives.
USHC 7.2: Evaluate the impact of war mobilization on the home front, including consumer sacrifices, the role of women and minorities in the workforce,
After Pearl Harbor … five (5) million men volunteered for military service AND … eventually the Selective Service System provided another ten (10) million.
THE HOME FRONT. Mobilizing Industry AIRCRAFTAIRCRAFT.
Introduction What were the four main topics about life during WWII on the Homefront? 2. RATIONING & CONSERVATION 3. WOMEN’S ROLES 1. RACE RELATIONS &
On the Home Front Chapter 26 Section 3. America Prepares for War 1. Under the Selective Service Act more than 15 million Americans joined the armed forces.
Repercussions of Pearl Harbor Attack. Executive Order 9066.
Facts you GOTTA KNOW! WWII affected every aspect of American Life Americans were asked to make sacrifices in support of the war effort and the ideas for.
ANSWER TO THE ASSESSMENT QUIZ THE WAR AT HOME HOMEWORK CHECK.
Jeopardy Key People Key Events Home-front Tragedy The end of it all Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
World War II Mobilizing for Defense. Selective Service System Required men to register for military service. Will raise an additional 10 million men during.
WWII SIDES VS. ALLIED FORCES: GREAT BRITAIN FRANCE US USSR AXIS POWERS: GERMANY ITALY JAPAN.
Do Now Pick up notes for today Get out your notes from last time Sit Quietly In A Desk NO ONE IS TO SIT ON COUCHES! *Reminder… Cell phones/ ipods/ ipads.
Minorities During WWII. CA Standards Identify the roles and sacrifices of individual American soldiers, as well as the unique contributions of.
Do Now 1) What do you think would have to happen for the US to join World War II? 2) How do you think the US might respond if they were attacked?
Evaluate the effects of WWII on women and minorities in the US Effects of WWII on Americans.
Important Leaders and Groups of WWII. George Patton General Patton was one of the commanders of the forces that invaded North Africa and Sicily. He.
NAZI National Socialist German Workers Party: Fascist political party led by Adolf Hitler that took over Germany in the 1930s. Militarism & Nationalism.
WWII and the Homefront. Increased Gov’t Control National War Labor Board- allowed negotiation over benefits, but no strikes allowed Office of Price Administration-
7.2 Summarize the impact of war mobilization on the home front, including consumer sacrifices, the role of women and minorities in the workforce, and.
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