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Teaching DBQ: The US Responds to World War II

DBQ: The US Responds to World War II

Citations: Document 1: “World War 2 Casualties.” Wikimedia Commons, 2008. Document 2: Frissell, Toni, photographer. Abandoned boy holding a stuffed toy animal amid ruins following German aerial bombing of London. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>. Document 3: Truman, Harry S. “Message to the Congress on the State of the Union and on the Budget for 1947.” 14 January 1946. Document 4: United Nations, Charter of the United Nations, 1945.Document 5: Marshall, George C. “The Marshall Plan Speech.” Harvard University, 5 June 1947. Document 6: Schain, Martin A. The Marshall Plan: Fifty Years After. Palgrave Macmillan, 2001.

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