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1. What was required by the Neutrality Acts ? Did they succeed in keeping the US neutral 2. Why did Roosevelt ask Congress to pass the Lend Lease Act ? 3. What was the relationship between Japan and the US before the attack on Pearl Harbor?

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1. What was required by the Neutrality Acts?

    • Did they succeed in keeping the US neutral
  • 2. Why did Roosevelt ask Congress to pass the Lend Lease Act?
  • 3. What was the relationship between Japan and the US before the attack on Pearl Harbor?
  • 4. How much did President Roosevelt consider American public opinion when deciding how to respond to the conflict in Europe?
  • 5. Why did he need to consider public opinion at all?
war production

War Related Production

    • 1939 = 2%
    • 1944 = 44%
      • M-1 Carbine
        • 0 in 1941
        • 1945 – 6 mil.
          • 161,000/mo.
      • Liberty Ships
        • 200 days
          • 40days
War production
war production1

By mid-1945 the U.S. had produced

    • 300,000 airplanes
    • 80,000 landing craft
    • 100,000 tanks
    • 5,600 merchant vessels
    • 6,000,000 rifles
    • 41,000,000,000 rounds of ammunition
War production
african american migration

≈ 700,000 left the south

    • North & West
    • Washington
    • Pop. ↑ 35.3%
      • b/w 1940-45
African American Migration
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CARS

  • BICYCLES
  • GAS
  • FUEL OILS & KEROSINE
  • STOVES
  • RUBBER
  • SHOES
  • SUGAR
  • COFFEE
  • PROCESSED FOODS
  • MEATS & CANNED FISH
  • CHEESE & CANNED MILK
  • FATS
  • TYPEWRITERS
  • NYLONS
  • TIRES
recycling

Cans

Tires

Pots & Pans

Razor Blades

Old Shovels

Old Lip-Stick tubes

recycling

TOTAL WAR

assignment sorry

C18s1

    • DO:
      • 1-4 ALL
      • KEY TERMS (PICT. DICT.)
ASSIGNMENT (SORRY)