World War II Comic Strip

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  • The United States government was shipping supplies to the Allied Powers, which was approved by the President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
  • Keep em' comin'
  • The United States Army had drafted women into their forces, one way, as pilots of aircraft and tested newly repaired aircraft.
  • Welcome to the U.S. Army!
  • On D-Day the Allied Forces were all working together, the United States, Great Britain, and the Canadian army, were all invading Nazi territory, trying to take back France. Towards the end of the War in Europe, the Russian Army was pushing the Nazis further and further back into their territory, capturing Germans if trying to escape.
  • The Japanese had made the effort to advance outward and expand their territory during the war. The American and the British forces had fought against the Japanese relentlessly and the turning point for what was to become of the war in Japan was when a U.S. aircraft group had bombed Tokyo. Even though it was not very effective.
  • The town of Hiroshima was inhabitable for many years after the dropping of the atomic bomb. After this action that was committed, the Japanese Army had surrendered and the Allied Powers had become victorious in the end of World War II.
  • Jewish people are free of persecution from the Axis power.
  • Hiroshima
  • Even though the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. fought as allies in both the World Wars, a conflict between them thickened when the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. The conflict (or the Cold War) had lasted for fifty years before settling. The U.S. and the Soviet Union were neck and neck on who could construct the better atomic bomb, and who would make it to the moon first. Overall, nobody had attacked each other during "the war", however, both sides were prepared to attack/defend if it was necessary.
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