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How did men and women in Minnesota join the fight of World War II?
a) They worked for the Munsignwear, Hormel and Andersen Corporation. b) They served in the army, air force, navy, marines and coast guard. c) They made soup for the Soup Lines. d) They conserved, reused, and repaired things needed for war.
What military action led to the end of the war with Japan?
a) The United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki causing Japan to surrender a few weeks later. b) Germany invaded Poland. c) Japan attacking Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. d) Japan dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki causing the United States to surrender a few weeks later.
What caused the United States to enter World War II?
a) The United States remained uninvolved in World War II. b) Germany invaded Poland and Great Britain, France and other countries declared war on Germany. c) The U.S. dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. d) Japan attacked the U.S. naval base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
What caused World War II to start in Europe?
a) World War II didn't start in Europe. b) The U.S. dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. c) Hitler wanted to sieze land from neighboring countries. Germany invaded Poland and Great Britain, France declared war. d) Japan attacked the U.S. naval base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
to select and require people to serve in the military
a) civilian b) rationing c) draft d) join
a private or community garden that people planted to help relieve food shortages during wartime
a) victory field b) winning garden c) draft d) victory garden
limiting the amount of certain foods or materials that one is allowed to purchase
a) victory garden b) rationing c) draft d) civilian
A person not on active military duty during a war.
a) draft b) civilian c) home front d) rationing
the area of civilian activity during a war
a) rationing b) draft c) victory garden d) home front
What Minnesota company made SPAM luncheon meat to help the war effort during World War II?
a) Andersen Corporations b) Twin Cities Ordnance c) Crown Iron Works d) Hormel
What Minnesota company made military huts to help the war effort during World War II?
a) Andersen Corporations b) Twin Cities Ordnance c) Crown Iron Works d) Munsingwear
What Minnesota company made ammunition, bullet casings and weapons to help the war effort during World War II?
a) Hormel b) Twin Cities Ordnance c) Munsingwear d) Andersen Corporations
What Minnesota company made military clothing to help the war effort during World War II?
a) Crown Iron Works b) Twin Cities Ordnance c) Andersen Corporations d) Munsingwear
What company in Minnesota made portable bridges and pontoons to help out the war effort during World War II?
a) Crown Iron Works b) Twin Cities Ordanance c) Munsingwear d) Hormel
Who were on the side of the Allies?
a) Great Britain, Soviet Union and United States b) Germany, Italy and Japan c) Great Britain, Japan and United States d) United States, Italy and Soviet Union
Who were on the side of the Axis?
a) United States, Italy and Soviet Union b) Germany, United States and Japan c) Germany, Italy and Japan d) Great Britain, Soviet Union and United States
How did Dakota and Ojibwe join the fight of World War II?
a) They weren't able to serve in the military. b) They worked on farms while soldiers were off fighting in the war. c) They served as code talkers. d) They conserved and reused and repaired things needed for the war.
How did Minnesotans deal with the shortage of gas, rubber and other material?
a) They found different material to use. b) They found places to buy them for less money. c) They didn't find any way to deal with the shortage of gas, rubber or other materials. d) They learned to conserve, reuse and repair the things they needed, drove cars less, walked or used public transportation.ti
What are two ways the U.S. government and citizens dealt with food shortages?
a) They didn't have a food shortage to deal with during World War II. b) The U.S. government began rationing food and issuing ration stamps and victory gardens were planted to grow their own fruits c) The U.S. government got food from the Soviet Union and Great Britain to help with the food shortage. d)
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