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4.20.10. 1. Drill – In the case of national security, is it ever okay to temporarily suspend a country’s civil rights? 2. Review Executive Order 9066.

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2 1. Drill – In the case of national security, is it ever okay to temporarily suspend a country’s civil rights? 2. Review Executive Order 9066 – should the US government have the right to imprison citizens during war? 3. Short clip: A Rabbit in the Moon part 2 4. Homework – 648 – 651 and outline, test on Friday. Review tomorrow, game on Thursday.

3 I. Mobilization of Four Nations Mobilization: assembling and preparing for war  Soviet Union  1943, 55% of Soviet national income went to war supplies  Food and housing were scarce  women’s contribution by 60% (even fought in war as snipers)

4  The United States  Height of war production in Nov  More than a million African Americans moved north and west to get industrial jobs  Another million served in segregated units in the army  Over 110,000 Japanese Americans were rounded up and sent to internment camps for issues of “national security.”

5  Germany  1942, Hitler ordered an increase in armament production and in the size of army  Albert Speer was the minister of armaments and munitions in Germany – tripled production within a year  Japan  Super mobilized  Young Japanese men became kamikazes, suicide pilots against US ships  Women didn’t do much but were given the right to vote and were given legal equality in Japan in 1947.


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