American Naval MilitaryPresident RooseveltJapanese Naval and Air ForcesIsolationists
Jewish PopulationNazi PartyU.S Government /HolocaustNon-Aryan Victims/Holocaust
Manhattan ProjHiroshima/NagasakiHirohitoPresident Truman
Allied Generals, Preparations for D-DayGerman Soldiers Stationed in FranceGerman Military StrategyAllied Soldier Landing on D-Day
Japanese American CitizensNon-Japanese AmericansU.S. Military PersonnelRoosevelt & Truman
Election of 1940Hollywood PropagandaVictory Gardens and RationingWomen and Other Minorities in the Workforce
US InfantryUS PilotsUS NavyKamikaze Pilots
Korematsu v. USNuremberg War Trial
SudentenlandBlitzkrieg PolandFall of FranceBattle of Britain
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Welcome to your American Experience World War II Research Guide

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World War II Virtual Reference Set

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Provides background and information on major topics about the World War II period, biographies of significant men and women involved in the war, and primary sources such as full or excerpted speeches, diary entries, newspaper accounts and other original documents.  *Use the password for Vermont Online Library to access this resource.  Ask the librarian or your teacher for the passwords.

 

"Save Freedom of Speech" by Vermont painter Norman Rockwell

This painting, Freedom of Speech, is part of Four Freedoms, a series of oil paintings by nationally-known painter Norman Rockwell  that was produced for publication in the Saturday Evening Post during World War II to promote the sale and purchase of U.S. War Bonds. Rockwell's inspiration for Freedom of Speech is said to be Vermont's Town Meeting tradition, where every citizen can exercise the right to speak his or her views and participate in governance of their town. 

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