US History - Primary & Secondary Sources - World War II & its' Effects

US History - Primary & Secondary Sources - World War II & its' Effects
US History - Primary & Secondary Sources - World War II & its' Effects
US History - Primary & Secondary Sources - World War II & its' Effects
US History - Primary & Secondary Sources - World War II & its' Effects
US History - Primary & Secondary Sources - World War II & its' Effects
US History - Primary & Secondary Sources - World War II & its' Effects
US History - Primary & Secondary Sources - World War II & its' Effects
US History - Primary & Secondary Sources - World War II & its' Effects
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Twenty-five short-answer questions based on primary and secondary sources about World War II and its' effects (Isolationism, Senator Robert Taft, geography, democracy, the Lend-Lease Bill, Charles Lindbergh, Franklin Roosevelt, Japan, Pearl Harbor, Rosie the Riveter, Japanese internment camps, relocation of Japanese-Americans, Executive Order 9066, Korematsu v United States). These 24 pages of questions are aligned with the New York State Regents exam, however, they can be useful to any US History social studies curriculum that values primary and secondary source analysis

This assignment correlates to Units 25-26 of my reading and study guides for US history:

Unit 25: World War II (1941-1945)
Unit 26: Effects of World War II



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