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FC: WWII | World War II

1: WWII is known for being one of the most horrific events in international history. Millions were killed, both those in the military and civilians. To this day, there is no War that comes close to comparing to the magnitude of this International War.

2: The United States became involved in World War II in 1941 when Japan launched a surprise attack on the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. | World War II Stats: American Deaths: 2,400 Aircrafts Destroyd: 200 Ships Destroyed: 20

3: Pearl Harbor | The U.S. was involved from December 7, 1941 until the war ended on September 2, 1945

4: The Start of the War | Axis Powers: Germany, Italy, and Japan | Allied Powers: ~Britain~ ~France~ ~U.S.~ ~Australia~ ~New Zealand~ ~india~ ~Soviet Union~ ~Belgium~ ~Serbia~ ~Romania~ ~Greece,~ ~Portugal~

5: World War II started as a result of many separate Military and Political discrepancies. Germany's attack on Poland, Many countries declarations of war on Germany, Japan's attacks on the U.S. and a few British Colonies, and other issues were the causes. This led to the formation of the Axis Powers and the Allied Powers.

6: List of World War II Weapons Handguns Submachine Guns Machine Guns Grenades Rifles Mortars Combat Knives Sniper Rifles

7: World War II also had a big impact on America by ending the Great Depression. Because of the War, there were many new needs for production. One of the big problems in the Great Depression was the over-abundance of supply and the lack of demand. But with the materials needed for the war, there was suddenly a much larger demand on American Companies. They were having to employ people who had lost their jobs and were once again making money as both domestic and foreign militaries were buying materials for their armies. This helped the economy to recover from its slump and America started on the road to recovery. | Out of the Depression

9: Rosie the Riveter was a World War II advertising campaign to help advertise how people could be helping out on the home front. "Rosie" herself was a female worker in a bandanna who showed up in all sorts of posters and other ads. Basically the whole ad campaign was to help promote the growing job market that had opened up to the American public due to the War. People were needed to help with production of war materials in a big way. Women workers were especially wanted due to their ability to work for less than men. But it gave women a sense of pride that they were able to hold their own jobs while many of their husbands fought. | Rosie the Riveter

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