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Chapter 20 Sec. 1     Mobilizing for War    The War dramatically change  American society—it ended the         Great Depre...
American Industry Gets the Job Done• 600,000 Jeeps• 88,000 tanks• 7000 ships—liberty ships (welded not  riveted)Cheap, eas...
The War Production Board-
You’re in the Army Now• Over 40 million men were drafted. First given  physical exams and injections against smallpox  and...
• http://130thgeneralhospital.com/
A Segregated Army• African Americans had separated barracks,  latrines, mess halls, and recreational facilities.• Double V...
Women in the Army• Women’s Army Corps, nurses, administrative  and clerical jobs• 2nd Lt. Elmira Dalrymple
“They walk like free men”
Life on the Home Front• “Rosie the Riveter”• Eventually 2.5 millionWomen went to work inShipyards, aircraft factoriesAnd o...
African American• Roosevelt issued Executive Order 8802—  declaring no discrimination in the  employment of worker in defe...
Japanese American Relocation• Because of fear and racism all persons of  Japanese ancestry were ordered to evacuate  to in...
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  1. 1. Chapter 20 Sec. 1 Mobilizing for War The War dramatically change American society—it ended the Great Depression. “The industrial output of the USduring the war astounded the rest of the world. American workers were twice as productive as German workers and five times more productive than Japanese worker.”
  2. 2. American Industry Gets the Job Done• 600,000 Jeeps• 88,000 tanks• 7000 ships—liberty ships (welded not riveted)Cheap, easy to build and hard to sink• 20 million rifles• 40 billion bullets• 43 million men drafted• As well as mines, helmets, cooking utensils, airplanes and scores of other military equipment
  3. 3. The War Production Board-
  4. 4. You’re in the Army Now• Over 40 million men were drafted. First given physical exams and injections against smallpox and typhoid. They were issued uniforms, boots, and whatever equipment was available. The clothing bore the label GI meaning Government Issue. Which is why American soldiers were called GIs. Then they were giving aptitude tests and shipped off to 8 weeks of basic training.
  5. 5. • http://130thgeneralhospital.com/
  6. 6. A Segregated Army• African Americans had separated barracks, latrines, mess halls, and recreational facilities.• Double V Campaign—a victory over Hitler’s racism aboard and a victory over racism at home.• Tuskegee Airman• http://youtu.be/BpA6TC0T_Lw
  7. 7. Women in the Army• Women’s Army Corps, nurses, administrative and clerical jobs• 2nd Lt. Elmira Dalrymple
  8. 8. “They walk like free men”
  9. 9. Life on the Home Front• “Rosie the Riveter”• Eventually 2.5 millionWomen went to work inShipyards, aircraft factoriesAnd other manufacturingplants
  10. 10. African American• Roosevelt issued Executive Order 8802— declaring no discrimination in the employment of worker in defense industries or government because of race.
  11. 11. Japanese American Relocation• Because of fear and racism all persons of Japanese ancestry were ordered to evacuate to internment camps.• http://www.imdb.com/media/rm497324544/t t0099291
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