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  1. page G13- Civilians on the Allied and Axis Home Fronts-- edited sfsfsdfs Welcome In World War II, the Allies and the Axis countries were in a deadly face off …
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    Welcome
    In World War II, the Allies and the Axis countries were in a deadly face off against each other. In their home fronts, the countries needed all the supplies and support they could get. Civilians (many of them were women) were moved from their jobs into factories to make war supplies. The two sides of the war used propaganda to gain more support from their countries and other countries. The propaganda also limited many civil rights for a group of Americans. The Nisei, American citizens from Japanese descent, were getting abused because the propaganda made the Japanese look like enemies to America. The Nisei were later moved to interment camps in the West away from civilization. In the Axis home front, the citizens faced shortages of many items like food, gas and many other necesary supplies. The citizens were forced to support their country and take rationed items they need to live.
    The Allied Home Fronts Mobilizing for War
    Fighting the war requires complete use of all supplies and power. 17 to 18 million U.S. workers--many of them women--made weapons. People at home face shortages of food and clothes. Propaganda during the war aimed to raise moral. Women were forced to work while their husbands were at war so the could keep their husbands jobs. They also worked for money since their husbands were getting payed very little for the war efforts. Propaganda was used to help with more men and women to join the army to help win this brutal war. Uncle Sam was the most common propaganda poster during that time period. There were also many posters of women working and they were meant for the women that were at home alone with their husbands in the war. They took their husbands jobs so they could get the money to support themselves and their families. Propaganda was the most effective way of making men and women join the Allied and the Axis forces.
    {8d17405t.gif} This is a picture of a woman that is making a new plane for the army to help win the war
    {8b04575t.gif} This is also a picture of another female worker taking her husbands job so she could make money
    {http://www.teacheroz.com/images/homes.gif} {http://www.teacheroz.com/images/oldglory.gif} {http://www.teacheroz.com/images/rosie2.gif}
    These are some examples of propaganda after Pearl Harbor
    War Limits Civil Rights
    After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S. government used propaganda that made Japan look like the enemy to the Allies. This also made Americans believe that the Nisei, Americans from Japanese descent, where also enemies to the country. The Nisei faced racial abuse from the Americans. President Franklin D Roosevelt issued an executive order to capture the Nisei and put them in relocation camps in the West. In the camps, the Nisei could join the army, though their families would remain in the camps.
    {http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4b/Map_of_World_War_II_Japanese_American_internment_camps.jpg/400px-Map_of_World_War_II_Japanese_American_internment_camps.jpg} {http://bits.wikimedia.org/skins-1.5/common/images/magnify-clip.png} Internment camps and further institutions of the War Relocation Authority in the western United States.
    Axis Powers Home Fronts
    In the Axis powers home fronts, citizens faced shortages of food, cloth, wood, rubber, leather, gasoline, oil and many more necessary supplies. The economy of the Axis country was plunging downwards.Citizens were forced to support the war effort, even though they could hate their country. They did this by accepting the rationing on everyday necessities and working constantly in factories. The citizens accepted raised taxes to support the country they live in. Propaganda also played an important role in fueling the war effort. Allied & Axis propaganda was used as motivation for the hard working citizens helping the war effort. It was also used to make other countries support their cause and help them in soldiers and financaly.
    {bauern36t.jpg} {dovet.jpg}
    {Charge6.gif}
    Multiple Choice Question
    How did the civilians on the Allied and Axis home fronts contribute to the war?
    A) They worked in factories
    B) They bought war bonds
    C) Their supplies were rationed
    D) All the above
    Works Cited
    Socalsurfnici,. "What was rationed during World War 2?." WkiAnswers. WikiAnswers, n.d. Web. 7 May 2010.
    did the British people do to support the war effort in World War 2?." WikiAnswers. WikiAnswers, n.d. Web. 14 May 2010.
    Whitten, Chris. "Attack on Pearl Harbor." World War 2 Info. World War 2 Info, 2010. Web. 7 May 2010.
    The History on the Net Group, . "Japanese internment camp in US." World War Two. Historyonthenet, 5/2/2010. Web. 7 May 2010.
    "World War Two timeline." Aviation During World War 2. Century of Flight, n.d. Web. 7 May 2010.
    UCSD, . "WW2 Propaganda Posters." WW1 and WW2 Propaganda Posters. UCSD, 7/10/2010. Web. 7 May 2010.
    "Japanese Americans in Concentration Camps." PAF 101 Website. PAF 101, 2010. Web. 7 May 2010.
    The University of California, . "Everyday Life During World War II." Calisphere. Calisphere, 2010. Web. 12 May 2010.
    Perez, Louis. "The Pacific War and Allied Occupation." The History of Japan. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1998. Print. (Perez 143-59)
    Rice, Earle. "Selection of Battles - The Atomic Age Beyond." Strategic Battles In the Pacific. San Diego: Lucent Books, 2000. Print. (Rice 7-93)
    Saari, Peggy, and Aaron Saari. "The United States Enters the War." The Holocaust and World War 2 Almanac. Volume 1. Farmington Hills: Gale Group, 2001. Print. (Saari, and Saari 265-303)

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  2. page G13- Civilians on the Allied and Axis Home Fronts-- edited Welcome In World War II, the Allies and the Axis countries were in a deadly face off against ea…

    Welcome
    In World War II, the Allies and the Axis countries were in a deadly face off against each other. In their home fronts, the countries needed all the supplies and support they could get. Civilians (many of them were women) were moved from their jobs into factories to make war supplies. The two sides of the war used propaganda to gain more support from their countries and other countries. The propaganda also limited many civil rights for a group of Americans. The Nisei, American citizens from Japanese descent, were getting abused because the propaganda made the Japanese look like enemies to America. The Nisei were later moved to interment camps in the West away from civilization. In the Axis home front, the citizens faced shortages of many items like food, gas and many other necesary supplies. The citizens were forced to support their country and take rationed items they need to live.
    The Allied Home Fronts Mobilizing for War
    Fighting the war requires complete use of all supplies and power. 17 to 18 million U.S. workers--many of them women--made weapons. People at home face shortages of food and clothes. Propaganda during the war aimed to raise moral. Women were forced to work while their husbands were at war so the could keep their husbands jobs. They also worked for money since their husbands were getting payed very little for the war efforts. Propaganda was used to help with more men and women to join the army to help win this brutal war. Uncle Sam was the most common propaganda poster during that time period. There were also many posters of women working and they were meant for the women that were at home alone with their husbands in the war. They took their husbands jobs so they could get the money to support themselves and their families. Propaganda was the most effective way of making men and women join the Allied and the Axis forces.
    {8d17405t.gif} This is a picture of a woman that is making a new plane for the army to help win the war
    {8b04575t.gif} This is also a picture of another female worker taking her husbands job so she could make money
    {http://www.teacheroz.com/images/homes.gif} {http://www.teacheroz.com/images/oldglory.gif} {http://www.teacheroz.com/images/rosie2.gif}
    These are some examples of propaganda after Pearl Harbor
    War Limits Civil Rights
    After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the U.S. government used propaganda that made Japan look like the enemy to the Allies. This also made Americans believe that the Nisei, Americans from Japanese descent, where also enemies to the country. The Nisei faced racial abuse from the Americans. President Franklin D Roosevelt issued an executive order to capture the Nisei and put them in relocation camps in the West. In the camps, the Nisei could join the army, though their families would remain in the camps.
    {http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4b/Map_of_World_War_II_Japanese_American_internment_camps.jpg/400px-Map_of_World_War_II_Japanese_American_internment_camps.jpg} {http://bits.wikimedia.org/skins-1.5/common/images/magnify-clip.png} Internment camps and further institutions of the War Relocation Authority in the western United States.
    Axis Powers Home Fronts
    In the Axis powers home fronts, citizens faced shortages of food, cloth, wood, rubber, leather, gasoline, oil and many more necessary supplies. The economy of the Axis country was plunging downwards.Citizens were forced to support the war effort, even though they could hate their country. They did this by accepting the rationing on everyday necessities and working constantly in factories. The citizens accepted raised taxes to support the country they live in. Propaganda also played an important role in fueling the war effort. Allied & Axis propaganda was used as motivation for the hard working citizens helping the war effort. It was also used to make other countries support their cause and help them in soldiers and financaly.
    {bauern36t.jpg} {dovet.jpg}
    {Charge6.gif}
    Multiple Choice Question
    How did the civilians on the Allied and Axis home fronts contribute to the war?
    A) They worked in factories
    B) They bought war bonds
    C) Their supplies were rationed
    D) All the above
    Works Cited
    Socalsurfnici,. "What was rationed during World War 2?." WkiAnswers. WikiAnswers, n.d. Web. 7 May 2010.
    did the British people do to support the war effort in World War 2?." WikiAnswers. WikiAnswers, n.d. Web. 14 May 2010.
    Whitten, Chris. "Attack on Pearl Harbor." World War 2 Info. World War 2 Info, 2010. Web. 7 May 2010.
    The History on the Net Group, . "Japanese internment camp in US." World War Two. Historyonthenet, 5/2/2010. Web. 7 May 2010.
    "World War Two timeline." Aviation During World War 2. Century of Flight, n.d. Web. 7 May 2010.
    UCSD, . "WW2 Propaganda Posters." WW1 and WW2 Propaganda Posters. UCSD, 7/10/2010. Web. 7 May 2010.
    "Japanese Americans in Concentration Camps." PAF 101 Website. PAF 101, 2010. Web. 7 May 2010.
    The University of California, . "Everyday Life During World War II." Calisphere. Calisphere, 2010. Web. 12 May 2010.
    Perez, Louis. "The Pacific War and Allied Occupation." The History of Japan. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1998. Print. (Perez 143-59)
    Rice, Earle. "Selection of Battles - The Atomic Age Beyond." Strategic Battles In the Pacific. San Diego: Lucent Books, 2000. Print. (Rice 7-93)
    Saari, Peggy, and Aaron Saari. "The United States Enters the War." The Holocaust and World War 2 Almanac. Volume 1. Farmington Hills: Gale Group, 2001. Print. (Saari, and Saari 265-303)

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Tuesday, May 18

  1. page B3-Causes of Great Depression and U.S. and European Reaction edited Causes of the great depression, and the reaction of the surrounding countries. The Great Depres…

    Causes of the great depression, and the reaction of the surrounding countries.
    The Great Depression was a terrible event and caused massive unemployment. Some stock purchasers went into gigantic debt, some were even so bad that people committed suicide because they believed they would never be able to pay off the money that they owed. The Day was October 24th, 1929 when the stock market crashed, and is also know as "Black Thursday". The black part means that the stocks went into the negatives, and when stock prices are in negatives they are colored black.
    Items
    1929
    1933
    Food
    $19.5
    $11.5
    Housing
    $11.5
    $ 7.5
    Clothing
    $11.2
    $ 5.4
    Automobiles
    $ 2.6
    $ 0.8
    Medical Care
    $ 2.9
    $ 1.9
    Philanthropy
    $ 1.2
    $ 0.8
    Value of shares on the NYSE
    $89.0
    $19.0
    Another cause of the Great Depression was the increasing amount of bank failures, which were caused because of people depositing uninsured checks. Because of this banks stopped lending as much money, which caused people to not be able to buy as many things. People started to lose jobs because of the reduction in items that were being produced. More unemployment led to less spending, which started this cycle all over again.
    {gd37.gif}
    Three problems of the Weimer Republic that categorized it as a weak democracy were:
    The Weimer Republic was categorized as a weak democracy because of the Weimar Germans getting defeated in World War 1
    The Constitution did not provide a system of checks and balances like America did, therefore it started a dictatorship in Germany
    Leading moderate parties did not cooperate well with each other, which caused people to revolt
    What event marked the beginning of The Great Depression?
    The event that marked the beginning of the Great Depression was the crash of the stock market, which was also was called Black Thursday(Schenk). An event leading up to Black Thursday was that almost 13 million shared of stocks were traded(Schenk). On Black Thursday the stocks were dropping so quickly that the ticker could not keep up with it. At the end of the day it was lagging and it was not able to show the most recent data. It was one of the worst days ever for all those who owned stocks. Even though the over all prices only went down about 2.5 percent, the New York Times measured it by an index of 50 stocks, which caused the market to hit the bottom on July 7, 1932(Schenk). Capital is the tools needed to produce things of value out of raw materials. Some common examples of capital are factories and buildings. Most of the capital in the United States was represented by stocks. Corporations owned capital, and owner ship of the companies took the form of stocks. Every one thought that the stocks were a sure thing until 1929, when stocks started down till about 1932 when they hit the bottom. Demand for goods went down because the people thought that they were poor cause of there loss in stocks. No one could create new investments through the sail of stocks because no one would buy the stocks. In the banking system the banks tried to collect the loans made to the stock market investors but their holdings were worth little to nothing at all. President Franklin D. Roosevelt closed all of the banks in the United States for three days. He did this till the people regained their confidence in the banking system and to give the banks a break until he felt that they were once again able to perform their function in society.
    Know About The Great Depression Of 1930
    Two events that lead to the stock market crash of 1929
    1) In the 1920’s, the stock market started to soar and citizens all started to purchase stock. This caused the market to dramatically increase in value. Because of all the purchases, the stocks started being sold for more then they were actually worth. In other words, people who bought stock, were losing money. In 1929 the stocks got up to the 452 point mark (Ohio History Central).
    2) At the peak of the inflation in stock, the big investors who owned lots of stock realized the inflation and backed out because they realized they didn’t stand to make a profit. This caused the market to drop 31 points in one day (Ohio History Central). The stock market dropped so much that it caused the people who bought stock to go into debt and many killed themselves because they thought they would never be able to pay off their debt. This started the Great Depression and caused America to change dramatically.
    {http://investmentdiv.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/stock-market-crash.jpg} {http://www.greekshares.com/uploads/image/stock_market_crash.jpg}
    What were Britain, France, US, and Germany's response to The Depression?
    The Great Depression took part not only in the U.S, but it also had effect on many other countries in the world.
    Now that America didn't have as much money to trade, it caused other countries to decline because of the
    lack of trade. This caused other countries to lose money, not letting them trade with not only America, but
    also many other countries in the world. This caused their banks to collapse and causes massive amounts of
    poverty. All these concepts made these countries feel weak and powerless.
    {britain-flag.gif} {http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:kxYm6yqCVoHI_M:http://www.enchantedlearning.com/europe/france/flag/Flagbig.GIF} {germany-large-flag-gm.gif} {flag3.jpg}
    {dep02.jpg} {dep03.jpg}
    Dark colors: Unemployment(in thousands) Light colors:Decline in production by over 30%
    How and Why The Great Depression Ended
    During WW1 Germany seemed to have more power than any other country, that is until the American economy began to boost itself back up again by making supplies for other countries. These countries paid America massive amounts of money so they could have good guns and other war necessities. Soon after making supplies for other neighboring countries, America eventually entered the war. War jobs became very common such as women becoming nurses and men going into the military, which helped some of the 17 million people living in poverty. Because people were getting jobs, it became easier for people to buy things, which helped more people gain jobs at stores and 000 other places. Soon the economy was boosted back up again.
    Multiple choice
    -What is capital?
    A- Raw materials
    B- Tools used to produce products out of raw materials
    C- The main city of a state
    D- A term used to talk about shares of stock
    CORRECT ANSWER FOR THE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTION IS ANSWER "B"
    Work Cited
    Websites
    Black, Allida, and June Hopkins. "The Great Depression." The Eleanor
    Roosevelt Papers. Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site, 5/7/10. Web. 7 May 2010.
    Eyck, Erich. "Fall of the Weimar Republic." A history of the Weimar
    Republic. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 May 2010.
    "Great Depression and New Deal, 1929-1940s." HIST 1302 Online
    United States History. HIST 1302 Online, n.d. Web. 12 May 2010.
    Kelly, Martin. "Top 5 Causes of the Great Depression." American
    History. About.com, 2010. Web. 11 May 2010.
    Lamb, Annette, and Larry Johnson. "Words 2 Explore." The Great
    Depression. N.p., 9/02. Web. 7 May 2010.
    Nelson, Cary. "The Great Depression." M dern American Poetry. N.p.,
    n.d. Web. 11 May 2010.
    Schenk, Robert. "A Case of Unemployment." The Great Depression. New
    York Times, 2007. Web. 6 May 2010.
    "Stock Market Crash of 1929." Ohio History Central. N.p., 1 1 2005. Web. 11 May 2010.
    "Stock Market Crash." The First Measured Century. PBS, n.d. Web. 7
    May 2010.
    Books
    Hanes, Sharon, and Richard Hanes. The Great Depression and New
    Deal Almanac. Minnesota: Thompson Gale, 2003. Print.
    Hanes, Sharon, and Richard Hanes. The Great Depression and New
    Deal Biographies. Minnesota: Thompson Gale, 2003. Print.
    Hanes, Sharon, and Richard Hanes. The Great Depression and New
    Deal Primary Sources. Minnesota: Thompson Gale, 2003. Print.

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  2. page B3-Causes of Great Depression and U.S. and European Reaction edited Causes of the great depression, and the reaction of the surrounding countries. The Great Depres…

    Causes of the great depression, and the reaction of the surrounding countries.
    The Great Depression was a terrible event and caused massive unemployment. Some stock purchasers went into gigantic debt, some were even so bad that people committed suicide because they believed they would never be able to pay off the money that they owed. The Day was October 24th, 1929 when the stock market crashed, and is also know as "Black Thursday". The black part means that the stocks went into the negatives, and when stock prices are in negatives they are colored black.
    Items
    1929
    1933
    Food
    $19.5
    $11.5
    Housing
    $11.5
    $ 7.5
    Clothing
    $11.2
    $ 5.4
    Automobiles
    $ 2.6
    $ 0.8
    Medical Care
    $ 2.9
    $ 1.9
    Philanthropy
    $ 1.2
    $ 0.8
    Value of shares on the NYSE
    $89.0
    $19.0
    Another cause of the Great Depression was the increasing amount of bank failures, which were caused because of people depositing uninsured checks. Because of this banks stopped lending as much money, which caused people to not be able to buy as many things. People started to lose jobs because of the reduction in items that were being produced. More unemployment led to less spending, which started this cycle all over again.
    {gd37.gif}
    Three problems of the Weimer Republic that categorized it as a weak democracy were:
    The Weimer Republic was categorized as a weak democracy because of the Weimar Germans getting defeated in World War 1
    The Constitution did not provide a system of checks and balances like America did, therefore it started a dictatorship in Germany
    Leading moderate parties did not cooperate well with each other, which caused people to revolt
    What event marked the beginning of The Great Depression?
    The event that marked the beginning of the Great Depression was the crash of the stock market, which was also was called Black Thursday(Schenk). An event leading up to Black Thursday was that almost 13 million shared of stocks were traded(Schenk). On Black Thursday the stocks were dropping so quickly that the ticker could not keep up with it. At the end of the day it was lagging and it was not able to show the most recent data. It was one of the worst days ever for all those who owned stocks. Even though the over all prices only went down about 2.5 percent, the New York Times measured it by an index of 50 stocks, which caused the market to hit the bottom on July 7, 1932(Schenk). Capital is the tools needed to produce things of value out of raw materials. Some common examples of capital are factories and buildings. Most of the capital in the United States was represented by stocks. Corporations owned capital, and owner ship of the companies took the form of stocks. Every one thought that the stocks were a sure thing until 1929, when stocks started down till about 1932 when they hit the bottom. Demand for goods went down because the people thought that they were poor cause of there loss in stocks. No one could create new investments through the sail of stocks because no one would buy the stocks. In the banking system the banks tried to collect the loans made to the stock market investors but their holdings were worth little to nothing at all. President Franklin D. Roosevelt closed all of the banks in the United States for three days. He did this till the people regained their confidence in the banking system and to give the banks a break until he felt that they were once again able to perform their function in society.
    Know About The Great Depression Of 1930
    Two events that lead to the stock market crash of 1929
    1) In the 1920’s, the stock market started to soar and citizens all started to purchase stock. This caused the market to dramatically increase in value. Because of all the purchases, the stocks started being sold for more then they were actually worth. In other words, people who bought stock, were losing money. In 1929 the stocks got up to the 452 point mark (Ohio History Central).
    2) At the peak of the inflation in stock, the big investors who owned lots of stock realized the inflation and backed out because they realized they didn’t stand to make a profit. This caused the market to drop 31 points in one day (Ohio History Central). The stock market dropped so much that it caused the people who bought stock to go into debt and many killed themselves because they thought they would never be able to pay off their debt. This started the Great Depression and caused America to change dramatically.
    {http://investmentdiv.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/stock-market-crash.jpg} {http://www.greekshares.com/uploads/image/stock_market_crash.jpg}
    What were Britain, France, US, and Germany's response to The Depression?
    The Great Depression took part not only in the U.S, but it also had effect on many other countries in the world.
    Now that America didn't have as much money to trade, it caused other countries to decline because of the
    lack of trade. This caused other countries to lose money, not letting them trade with not only America, but
    also many other countries in the world. This caused their banks to collapse and causes massive amounts of
    poverty. All these concepts made these countries feel weak and powerless.
    {britain-flag.gif} {http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:kxYm6yqCVoHI_M:http://www.enchantedlearning.com/europe/france/flag/Flagbig.GIF} {germany-large-flag-gm.gif} {flag3.jpg}
    {dep02.jpg} {dep03.jpg}
    Dark colors: Unemployment(in thousands) Light colors:Decline in production by over 30%
    How and Why The Great Depression Ended
    During WW1 Germany seemed to have more power than any other country, that is until the American economy began to boost itself back up again by making supplies for other countries. These countries paid America massive amounts of money so they could have good guns and other war necessities. Soon after making supplies for other neighboring countries, America eventually entered the war. War jobs became very common such as women becoming nurses and men going into the military, which helped some of the 17 million people living in poverty. Because people were getting jobs, it became easier for people to buy things, which helped more people gain jobs at stores and 000 other places. Soon the economy was boosted back up again.
    Multiple choice
    -What is capital?
    A- Raw materials
    B- Tools used to produce products out of raw materials
    C- The main city of a state
    D- A term used to talk about shares of stock
    CORRECT ANSWER FOR THE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTION IS ANSWER "B"
    Work Cited
    Websites
    Black, Allida, and June Hopkins. "The Great Depression." The Eleanor
    Roosevelt Papers. Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site, 5/7/10. Web. 7 May 2010.
    Eyck, Erich. "Fall of the Weimar Republic." A history of the Weimar
    Republic. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 May 2010.
    "Great Depression and New Deal, 1929-1940s." HIST 1302 Online
    United States History. HIST 1302 Online, n.d. Web. 12 May 2010.
    Kelly, Martin. "Top 5 Causes of the Great Depression." American
    History. About.com, 2010. Web. 11 May 2010.
    Lamb, Annette, and Larry Johnson. "Words 2 Explore." The Great
    Depression. N.p., 9/02. Web. 7 May 2010.
    Nelson, Cary. "The Great Depression." M dern American Poetry. N.p.,
    n.d. Web. 11 May 2010.
    Schenk, Robert. "A Case of Unemployment." The Great Depression. New
    York Times, 2007. Web. 6 May 2010.
    "Stock Market Crash of 1929." Ohio History Central. N.p., 1 1 2005. Web. 11 May 2010.
    "Stock Market Crash." The First Measured Century. PBS, n.d. Web. 7
    May 2010.
    Books
    Hanes, Sharon, and Richard Hanes. The Great Depression and New
    Deal Almanac. Minnesota: Thompson Gale, 2003. Print.
    Hanes, Sharon, and Richard Hanes. The Great Depression and New
    Deal Biographies. Minnesota: Thompson Gale, 2003. Print.
    Hanes, Sharon, and Richard Hanes. The Great Depression and New
    Deal Primary Sources. Minnesota: Thompson Gale, 2003. Print.

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    d.) It was an essential strategy for Japan's advance in Southeast Asia.
    Japanese Victories
    ...
    ("Japan"). The saidapparent reason behind
    One of the most important gains for the Japanese was the Philippines, which were defended by both American and Filipino troops. This led to three months of fighting before the Japanese finally gained victory.
    The Dutch East Indies were rich in rubber and oil, allowing the Japanese to gain valuable resources.
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    The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor for all of these reasons except:
    a.) The discontinuation of trade between Japan and the United States.
    b.) Their goal toTo demolish the
    ...
    Hawaii from them .them.
    d.) It was an essential strategy for Japan's advance in Southeast Asia.
    Japanese Victories
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  5. page F11-Importance of U.S. Aid to Allies and the Events of the Declaration of War edited ... {Hawaii_2_065.jpg} The Pearl Harbor Memorial After the Attack ... the American military …
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    {Hawaii_2_065.jpg} The Pearl Harbor Memorial
    After the Attack
    ...
    the American militarynaval base, Franklin
    The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor for all of these reasons except:
    a.) The discontinuation of trade between Japan and the United States.
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