WORLD WAR II
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Considers prewar isolationism, Pearl Harbor, the draft, industrial production, civil defense, women and minorities in the war effort, propaganda, iwar bonds, rationing, victory gardens, Japanese American internment, the GI Bill, and V-E and V-J Days. Activities: researching the war’s impact on one’s hometown, creating storyboards for a wartime propaganda film, and writing letters from the home front to soldiers.
This title is part of the series: BACKWARDS PLANNING CURRICULUM UNITS: U.S. History
Social Studies School Service