A Nation Transformed 1939-1945

According to Chapter 10, World War II "further narrowed the gap between life in the United States and events taking place around the world."

Militarism and Fascism Abroad

From Isolationism to Internationalism

End of the New Deal

War in the Pacific and Europe

Life in the Armed Forces

Mobilizing the Home Front

Women in the Workforce

Limits of Pluralism

Origins of Civil Rights Movement

Labor's War at Home

Victory in Europe

Japan's Surrender


World War II Timeline and articles

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