WW2 Comic

WW2 Comic
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  • In 1941, Congress passed a law that allowed countries like Great Britain, China, and the Soviet Union to pay for aid with land or anything else the President deemed worthy.
  • In 1942, Executive Order 9066 was issued, which allowed any ethic group to be removed to a camp if they were deemed a threat by the government.
  • However, the only ones sent to internment camps were the Japanese, who did not pose a threat.
  • The Battle of Stalingrad is seen as the most important battle in WW2 by many historians. The Germans tried to invade Stalingrad because it was a large industrial city that, if taken over by the Germans, could be used to spread Hitler's propaganda. Eventually though, the Soviets surrounded the Nazis and won.
  • The Japanese easily spread across Chinese territory because of the conflict and mistrust between the Chinese Communists and Nationalists.
  • President Truman signed the order to drop the atomic bomb on Japan in 1945.
  • We'll show them!
  • After WW2 ended, the US and the Soviet Union developed distrust and started the Cold War.
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