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The United States Home Front 100 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 300 The United States Home Front 100 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 300 400 400 400 500 500 500

Throughout WWII, Americans planted about twenty million of these. What they grew accounted for Throughout WWII, Americans planted about twenty million of these. What they grew accounted for about 40% of all the fruits and vegetables that were produced in the US during the war.

Victory Gardens Victory Gardens

The popular propaganda character who was patterned after Geraldine Doyle The popular propaganda character who was patterned after Geraldine Doyle

“Rosie the Riveter” “Rosie the Riveter”

The first peacetime military draft in US history was the result of this act The first peacetime military draft in US history was the result of this act

The Selective Training and Service Act The Selective Training and Service Act

Limiting the amount of certain goods people can buy for a period of time, Limiting the amount of certain goods people can buy for a period of time, due to scarcity, can be defined by this word

Rationing Rationing

Executive Order #9066 led to the relocation and internment of about how many Japanese. Executive Order #9066 led to the relocation and internment of about how many Japanese. Americans during WWII?

About 110, 000 About 110, 000

Through the draft and volunteerism, about sixteen million American men became “GI’s” during WWII. Through the draft and volunteerism, about sixteen million American men became “GI’s” during WWII. What does the acronym “GI” stand for?

Government Issue Government Issue

Information designed to influence and change people’s opinions on important issues is called this Information designed to influence and change people’s opinions on important issues is called this

Propaganda Propaganda

About 8, 000 rationing committees were setup throughout the United States to manage and About 8, 000 rationing committees were setup throughout the United States to manage and enforce rationing. They were also in charge of making sure every American, regardless of age, received one of these.

Ration Books Ration Books

90% of the money made by America’s wealthiest earners during WWII ended up going 90% of the money made by America’s wealthiest earners during WWII ended up going to “Uncle Sam” in the form of what?

Taxes Taxes

What five branches combine to make-up the United States Armed Forces? What five branches combine to make-up the United States Armed Forces?

1. Army 2. Navy 3. Marines 4. Air Force 5. Coast Guard 1. Army 2. Navy 3. Marines 4. Air Force 5. Coast Guard

About 2. 2 million American women joined this between 1940 -1945. They replaced men About 2. 2 million American women joined this between 1940 -1945. They replaced men who were needed for the US Armed Forces

The Workforce (Worked in factories making various forms of weaponry) The Workforce (Worked in factories making various forms of weaponry)

When did the Japanese attack the United States at their naval base in Pearl When did the Japanese attack the United States at their naval base in Pearl Harbor, HI?

December 1941 th, 7 December 1941 th, 7

What Japanese people born in the US were called. About 62% of all Japanese What Japanese people born in the US were called. About 62% of all Japanese people living in the US at the outbreak of WWII were this.

Nisei Nisei

About 250, 000 women joined the US Armed Forces during WWII as nurses, clerical About 250, 000 women joined the US Armed Forces during WWII as nurses, clerical workers, and this

Pilots Pilots

The number of monthly purchase points for processed goods that each American was provided The number of monthly purchase points for processed goods that each American was provided with during WWII

48 points 48 points

nd 332 The Fighter Group was the formal name of this squadron of African nd 332 The Fighter Group was the formal name of this squadron of African -American pilots who shot down more than two -hundred enemy planes during WWII.

Tuskegee Airmen Tuskegee Airmen

She was not only the only person to vote against the declaration of war She was not only the only person to vote against the declaration of war against Japan, but also, she was the first woman elected to the House of Representatives in 1916.

Jeanette Rankin Jeanette Rankin

This was setup during to WWII to mainly control and stabilize the prices of This was setup during to WWII to mainly control and stabilize the prices of goods.

The Office of Price Administration (OPA) The Office of Price Administration (OPA)

Latin term; and the constitutional right to be brought before a judge who determines Latin term; and the constitutional right to be brought before a judge who determines if there is enough evidence to keep you in jail

Habeas Corpus Habeas Corpus

What fraction, or percentage, of the face value did Americans pay for war bonds? What fraction, or percentage, of the face value did Americans pay for war bonds?

ths 3/4 or 75% ths 3/4 or 75%

The “Victory Speed” limit, during WWII, was set at this The “Victory Speed” limit, during WWII, was set at this

35 mph 35 mph

The shift to a wartime economy shook-off the last effects of this American, and The shift to a wartime economy shook-off the last effects of this American, and once world-wide, crises

The Great Depression The Great Depression

The US & its Allies do not so much outfight the Axis Powers on The US & its Allies do not so much outfight the Axis Powers on the way to winning the war. Instead, they do this

Outproduced them Outproduced them

In 1988, this then US President signed the Civil Liberties Act of 1988. In In 1988, this then US President signed the Civil Liberties Act of 1988. In doing so, the US Government apologized to people of Japanese ancestry who had been interned during WWII.

Ronald Reagan Ronald Reagan

This American scientist is remembered as the “Father of the Atomic Bomb” This American scientist is remembered as the “Father of the Atomic Bomb”

J. Robert Oppenheimer J. Robert Oppenheimer