US Home Front during the Second World War

This modern history lesson includes an overview of the United States home front during the Second World War. A focus on the economy, women, propaganda, rationing, impact on civilians, Japanese Internment camps, Korematsu v. the United Stated case study, the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement, The Detroit Race Riots of 1943, Desegregation of US troops and the dropping of the atomic bombs are included.

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Description:Student activities include source work, shorts films, critical thinking, a debate and comprehension.
Estimated lessons:6-8.
Ages14-18 years.
Format PowerPoint.

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