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What Region of the united states was caleld the dust bowl
Weegy: The term Dust Bowl was suggested by conditions that struck the region in the early 1930s. The area’s grasslands had supported mostly stockraising until World War I, when millions of acres were put under the plow in order to grow wheat. [ Following years of overcultivation and generally poor land management in the 1920s, the region—which receives an average rainfall of less than 20 inches (500 mm) in a typical year—suffered a severe drought in the early 1930s that lasted several years. The region’s exposed topsoil, robbed of the anchoring, water-retaining roots of its native grasses, was carried off by heavy spring winds. “Black blizzards” of windblown soil blocked out the sun and piled the dirt in drifts. Occasionally the dust storms swept completely across the country to the East Coast. Thousands of families were forced to leave the region at the height of the Great Depression in the early and mid-1930s. The wind erosion was gradually halted with federal aid; windbreaks were planted and much of the grassland was restored. By the early 1940s the area had largely recovered. ] (More)
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The Dust Bowl affected 100,000,000 acres (400,000 km2), centered on the panhandles of Texas and Oklahoma, and adjacent parts of New Mexico, Colorado, and Kansas - - -
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The Atlantic Charter stated that the United States and Britain would not
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The Atlantic Charter stated that the United States and Britain would not: ~ pursue territorial expansion.~
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Which of the nations listed below was excluded at the Munich Conference despite being a significant topic? a. United Kingdom c. France b. Italy d. Czechoslovakia
Weegy: Czechoslovakia was excluded at the Munich Conference, despite being a significant topic. (More)
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nickname for American soldiers because their clothing was labeled “Government Issue”
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Nickname for American soldiers because their clothing was labeled “Government Issue” is G.I.
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This program allowed Mexican nationals to work temporarily in the U.S. during WW II.
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The Bracero program allowed Mexican nationals to work temporarily in the U.S. during WW II.
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