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Mobilization for Total War
Free Printable American History Reading with Questions for Grades 9-12 - American History Readings
The nation rapidly geared itself for mobilization of its people and its entire industrial capacity. Over the next three-and-a-half years, war industry achieved staggering production goals--300,000 aircraft, 5,000 cargo ships, 60,000 landing craft, 86,000 tanks. Women workers, exemplified by "Rosie the Riveter," played a bigger part in industrial production than ever before. Total strength of the U.S. armed forces at the end of the war was more than 12 million. All the nation's activities--farming, manufacturing, mining, trade, labor, investment, communications, even education and cultural undertakings--were in some fashion brought under new and enlarged controls.
Mobilization for Total War - Free printable reading with questions for high school U.S. History classes.
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