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The Impact of World War II on American Women America entered the 2nd World War at December 1940 following the Japanese Air force assaulted American war ships in Pearl Harbour in Hawaii. They fought alongside Britain and France against Nazi Germany and her allies. Though many American soldiers were hurt and killed in the war, the impact of Americans back home was generally positive, since the US was too much off from Europe to endure from bombing etc.. America was far better off than it had been earlier. I believe the group of people that were most affected by the effect of ww2 were Black Americans. Before the war Black Americans were exceptionally mistreated; they were unfairly segregated, discriminated against, under paid and had rigorous rights. When the war began all Black Americans began work, at home and abroad. 1.154,720 blacks joined the armed forces to serve in segregated units. Abroad, Black soldiers suffered from racial bias still; they ended up doing all of the menial work and endured many insults from whites, including sometimes their commanding officers. In addition to in the fighting forces, black Americans played a significant part in the home front. By the end of 1944 approximately 2 million were working in war factories and obtained better wages than they'd had earlier. Since the war has been fought against Nazis, this raised the hopes of many black Americans. It had been a war not only against Hitler but against Hitlerism, along with the Dual вЂVвЂ™ effort stood for success at home and abroad. From the conclusion of the war that the membership of NAACP (National association for the improvement of colored people) climbed from 50,000 to 45...