Sure Billy, It started with the women's auxiliary army corps or WAC's. They were a auxillary unit that would provide over 150,000 soldiers with food,water, and other necessities. Another big part of the war was the office of scientific research and development which conducted reserach for the Allied forces in order to gain an advantage over the axis powers.
The Allied powers were trying to invade Normandy's beaches in order to gain control over the west of Europe. This day was called D-day and thousands of soldiers tried to gain entry into Normandy. This day was the largest sea borne invasion ever recorded. The battle of Midway was a decisive battle between the Japanese and the U.S. The U.S launched a surprise naval attack and they achieved victory meaning a huge loss to the Japanese army.
The U.S wanted to inflict as much damage as possible to the Japanese. Nagasaki and Hiroshima had the highest population so the U.S decided to drop 2 atomic bombs on them. The devastation from the bombs were overwhelming. The U.S crushed the Japanese spirit and wiped out over 226,000 people.
In order to isolate the Japanese, Franklin Roosevelt moved all U.S Japanese citizens into internment camps. These camps only held Japanese citizens in order for the government to keep an eye on them.
A interracial American Organization called the Congress of Racial Equality was created to improve racial relations and end discriminatory policies. They organized sit ins and other racial protests in order to organize a bigger following for equality.
Another organization that was created during this time was the United Nations. This organization formed after the league of Nations disbanded and their goal was to ensure that there won't be any more wars between nations.