WWI, WWII, and The Great Depression.
Was president during WWI, he brought and led the US into the war.
Led the Joint Legislative Council to get more money to fund schools, and worked to improve health care and prison reform.
Sides of WWI
The Central Powers
1. The US entered the war because Germany was sinking US ships and also Germany said that any ships that entered the warzone around Great Britain would be a target for German military ships.
2. Texas aided the country during the war by training soldiers and flyers at Kelly Field and also creating supplies for the war.
3. WWI ended with Germany surrendering and all of the countries involved agreeing to end the war.
THE GREAT DEPRESSION
Black Tuesday was when many people pulled out their money from the stock market and the stock market crashed.
The president during the first part of The Great Depression, which was blamed for starting the depression and, he wasn't able to stop it.
President during the second half of The Great depression, credited by pulling the country out of their depression.
Why Herbert Hoover failed to pull the US out of depression
Q1: FDR pulled the US out of depression with the introduction of the new deal and involving the country in WWI, because war is good for the economy.
Q2: The Dust Bowl was caused by a massive drought that spread throughout Northern Texas and Oklahoma.
Q3: The New Deal offered relief for poor people, jobs for unemployed people, economic recovery, social security, park building, and economic reforms.
Q4: The AAA paid farmers not to grow certain crops which benefited owners of large farms but not small farm owners or tenant farmers.
The ship is shooting missiles in the air to defeat the enemy.
German general and dictator, also the cause of WWII because he was the one that thought Germans needed all that space to live without other Europeans.
Spanish general and dictator during WWII.
Answers of Questions
One: Texas contributed to WWII by responding to the call of war with a bigger supply of men and women working towards the war effort, with more than 700,000 in war uniform.
Two: Texan's life on the home front changed when they gave everything to the war. They purchased war bonds, gave away goods and money, and took care of hurt soldiers seeking medical attention. But the real change was how after WWII, half a million Texans moved from rural Texas to urban areas to work at industrial sites. This marked the beginning of a massive shift in Texas from rural to urban.
Three: Germany surrendered in 1945 and the allies accepted. This was the end of WWII however, Japan was still attacking on behalf of the war.