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President Franklin D. Roosevelt
becoming factory workers.
order General Pershing to pursue Pancho Villa into Mexico.
President Wilson to bring the U.S. into the “Great War.”
support the war effort.
The San Jacinto Monument
Germany, Japan, and Italy
The Great War
the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.
wartime employment opportunities.
Admiral Chester W. Nimitz
the Japanese had cut off the supply from Southeast Asia.
not to attack each other.
more than 800,000, less than 1 million.
General Dwight Eisenhower
the attack on Pearl Harbor.
state and federal laws were passed.
underestimated the Depression.
created mostly construction jobs.
provided outdoor employment.
Dallas contributed almost $8 million to build facilities.
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