Historians have been interested in the role played by african americans in shaping the aims and conduct of the civil war. in the 1930s, an historian said that "american negroes became free without any effort of their own."
respond to this statement, specifying whether you agree or disagree, in part or in whole. use your knowledge of the time period and the sources provided to support your arguments.
why did people begin migrating to the northwest in the 1930s?
option d) all of the above
during the dust bowl of missisipi the weather destroyed nearly all crops farmers tried to grow on the great plains. the few crops that did survive were sold at such low prices that farmers could not earn a living. therefore people thought it better to move towards northwest to start a new life and find new economic opportunities.
what caused the united states to enter world war ii?
option 1) the attack on pearl harbor
the unites states entered world war ii on allied side after a surprise attack by japan on pearl harbor on december 7, 1941. the us declared war on imperial japan. four days after that on decemeber 11, 1941 nazi germany and italy declared war on the united states, becuase they were fighting the war on japanese side.
why were japanese americans relocated during the war?
option 3) people thought they might give aid to japan
the united states placed japanese americans into internment camps becuase of the fear that those with ethnic and cultrual ties with japan would aide japan's cause in the war. after the attack on pearl harbor, the american government doubted the loyalty of japanese americans.
what finally ended world war ii?
option 4) the united states bombed japan.
by the end of july 1945, the imperial japanese navy (ijn) was incapable of conducting major operations and an allied invasion of japan was imminent. however in order to avoid amercian casualities in the invasion, the united states used nuclear bombs on japanese cities of hiroshami and nagasaki on 6th and 9th august 1945, forcing imperial japan to surrender in augsut 15, 1945, and formally signing the agreement on september 2nd, 1945.
the world war ii strategy used by the us for attacking japan was called the island hopping also known as leapfrogging strategy. it was a military strategy employed by the allies in the pacific war against japan and the axis powers during world war ii. they sought to bypass heavily fortified japanese positions and devote the few allied resources on strategically important islands that were not well defended but capable of supporting the drive to the main islands of japan.
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