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What international organization did President Roosevelt propose the U.S. join in 1935? A. the League of Nations B. the United Nations C. the World Court D. NATO
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In what year did France fall to the Nazis? A. 1938 B. 1942 C. 1935 D. 1940
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France fall to the Nazis in: 1940.
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Which government organization was responsible for controlling inflation and rationing consumer goods during World War II? A. Office of Price Administration B. War Manpower Commission C. War Production Board D. Goods and Supply Office
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Office of Price Administration was responsible for controlling inflation and rationing consumer goods during World War II.
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Women who worked in factory jobs during the war were often symbolized by A. "Wanda the Welder". B. "Diana the Driller". C. "Rosie the Riveter". D. "Paula the Presser".
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Women who worked in factory jobs during the war were often symbolized by ROSIE THE RIVETER.
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Who was president throughout most of the 1950s? A. Harry S Truman B. Dwight D. Eisenhower C. Richard M. Nixon D. John F. Kennedy
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B. Dwight D. Eisenhower was president throughout most of the 1950s.
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