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African Americans. Document 3 1946 Drawing by Charles White Depicting the Experiences of African-Americans in the South Post World War II. Document 4. Document 5. Women. Document 5. Japanese Americans. Document 3. Document 4. Document 5. Native Americans. Document 3
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Document 3 1946 Drawing by Charles White Depicting the Experiences of African-Americans in the South Post World War II
Document 3 Navajo code talkers (and cousins), Preston and Frank Toledo at Ballarat, Australia. (July 7, 1943). Picture from the Smithsonian, courtesy of the National Archives.
Document 5 Photograph by Leonard Nadel. Note from the photographer: “This is housing provided by a Texan farmer for 200 braceros in this long building, with the beds made out of stretched canvas, upper and lower. Such close living conditions make for high incidences of respiratory illnesses among the braceros.”
World War II DBQ: The Homefront Historical Context: American life changed significantly from the end of the Great Depression to the beginning of the Cold War. The experiences of Americans, including social, economic, and political changes were a result of American involvement in World War II.Task: Using information from the documents and your knowledge of United States history, write an essay in which you indentify and discuss one social, one economic, and one political change in American society that occurred as a result of World War II. Include whether the changes were positive or negative.