Veterans United States. Also the war helped them




African Americans

What did they gain in world war two?

The veterans in the united states
during world war two gained financial and educational benefits.

The Women in the united states during
world war two took jobs as men did overseas, which gave them confidence plus
courage to fight for equal rights and gender equality.

The Americans made so many
contributions to was war, that they earned a lot of respect from the rest of
the United States. Also the war helped them build of the courage to ask for
the segregation laws to end.

What challenges did they face at the
end of the war?

One of the biggest problems the
veterans faced during world war 2 was before they gained financial and
educational benefits, they were unemployed a lot, and they lacked a lot of
job training because they didn’t have any education.

One of the biggest problems that women
faced during world war 2 was that they had to find the courage to break out
of society’s norm of what a woman should do and act like. Also, they found
few places that they would be hired before they gained their equal rights.

African Americans still faced a lot of
discrimination at the end of the war, but thankfully started to fight for
their own rights.

What progress did they make in the
postwar period?

One the United States started
supporting the Veterans, they started being able to get an education, which
lead to them getting good jobs, which led to them being able to afford homes.

Years after World War 2 women started
convincing people that women deserve just as much respect as men do, and were
starting to earn equal rights.

Unfortunately, after the war they didn’t
make a lot of progress in society, but after a while they started earning
some respect and even started winning recognition for music and sports.  

What struggles might this group have
in the decades to come?

After the laws were passed for the veterans
I don’t think they has many problems to deal with after the war

Even though women started earning some
respect,  I predict a lot of women will
be afraid to step out for rights.

Even after all the help they provided
in the war, the segregation will go on for many years