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  • DARTHVADER2900
I am doing a research paper on WW2. Read this link :http://marginalrevolution.com/marginalrevolution/2010/09/how-did-american-pay-for-world-war-ii.html
philcua
  • philcua
ok what do u think it was im asking this to see ow informed u are of this
philcua
  • philcua
they tapped into americas savings and rose taxes

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philcua
  • philcua
taxes to be withheld directly from paychecks and sure
philcua
  • philcua
can i have medal
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  • philcua
thats the whole question
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  • philcua
First, this was the first major military engagement in the war in the Pacific that the Americans and their allies did not lose. It was really a draw, but the Allies had been losing everything else so it seemed like a win. Second, it slowed the Japanese in their attempt to cut Australia off from Allied shipping. If they had managed this, the US would not have had a staging area from which to start to attack towards Japan. medal please
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  • philcua
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  • philcua
ok hers the answer gettin some old books out
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The Atlantic Charter was a joint declaration released by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill on August 14, 1941 following a meeting of the two heads of state in Newfoundland. The Atlantic Charter provided a broad statement of U.S. and British war aims. The meeting had been called in response to the geopolitical situation in Europe by mid-1941. Although Great Britain had been spared from a German invasion in the fall of 1940 and, with the passage of the U.S. Lend Lease Act in March 1941, was assured U.S. material support, by the end of May, German forces had inflicted humiliating defeats upon British, Greek, and, Yugoslav forces in the Balkans and were threatening to overrun Egypt and close off the Suez Canal, thereby restricting British access to its possessions in India. When the Germans invaded the Soviet Union on June 22, 1941, few policymakers in Washington or London believed that the Soviets would be able to resist the Nazi onslaught for more than six weeks. While the British Government focused its efforts on dealing with the Germans in Europe, they were also concerned that Japan might take advantage of the situation to seize British, French, and Dutch territories in Southeast Asia.
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  • philcua
The Potsdam Conference was held at Cecilienhof, the home of Crown Prince Wilhelm Hohenzollern, in Potsdam, occupied Germany, from 17 July to 2 August 1945. (In some older documents it is also referred to as the Berlin Conference of the Three Heads of Government of the USSR, USA and UK[2][3]) Participants were the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom and the United States. The three powers were represented by Communist Party General Secretary Joseph Stalin, Prime Ministers Winston Churchill[4] and, later, Clement Attlee,[5] and President Harry S. Truman.
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  • philcua
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  • philcua
u know u could do research of ur own just look it has tons of info on internet
anonymous
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