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Which of the following is NOT a true statement about Japanese internment camps? A. Franklin Roosevelt signed the Executive Order authorizing the internment of Japanese Americans. B. The internment of Japanese Americans began in 1942. C. All Japanese Americans complied with the order and went to internment camps during World War II. D. Japanese Americans were finally permitted to leave the camps in 1945.
Weegy: The answer is C. All Japanese Americans complied with the order and went to internment camps during World War II. User: In what year did the Nazis begin to implement the "final solution"? A. 1938 B. 1942 C. 1940 D. 1948 Weegy: B. 1942 User: When France fell to the Nazis in 1940, President Roosevelt issued the first-ever ________ draft. A. wartime B. nationwide C. peacetime D. selective Weegy: When France fell to the Nazis in 1940, President Roosevelt issued the first-ever peacetime draft. Your answer is C. peacetime. User: The war bond drive alone raised over ________ for the U.S. war effort. A. $10,000,000 B. $100,000,000 C. $10,000,000,000 D. $100,000,000,000 User: In reference to the Bracero Program, what does the word "brazo" mean? A. leg B. foot C. arm D. hand Weegy: Brazo is Arm, Its a latin word. User: The term "internment camp" was just another name for A. wartime resort. B. concentration camp. C. summer camp. D. extermination camp. Weegy: B. concentration camp. User: 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". Weegy: Women who worked in factory jobs during the war were often symbolized by "Rosie the Riveter". User: What did the Nazis' "final solution" involved? A. imprisoning all the Jews of Europe B. killing all the Jews of Europe C. relocating all the Jews in Germany D. blockading all the Jews in Germany Weegy: D. blockading all the Jews in Germany User: Which of the following was s Nazi propagandist? A. Joseph Goebbels B. Erwin Rommel C. Heinrich Himmler D. Hermann Goring (More)
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Joseph Goebbels was a Nazi propagandist.
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In what way did the Ottoman Empire radically change after World War I? A. Centuries of Ottoman rule ended when the people voted to establish their own states. B. The Allied nations ended Ottoman rule and turned the region over to Russian control. C. The Allied nations divided the Ottoman Empire into several states, mostly under European control. D. The Ottoman Empire was reestablished as a constitutional monarchy, and a new sultan was elected.
Weegy: C. The Allied nations divided the Ottoman Empire into several states, mostly under European control. User: What was one important change in the traditional role of American women during World War II? A. Women were forced to register for the military draft and serve at bases inside the United States. B. Women worked in industrial and manufacturing jobs while the men served in the armed forces. C. Women took jobs in government work programs to replace men serving in the U.S. military. D. Women were required to serve in overseas combat roles in the armed forces. Weegy: one important change in the traditional role of American women during World War II is answer B. Women worked in industrial and manufacturing jobs while the men served in the armed forces. (More)
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