Dictionary of Wisconsin History
Search Results for: Keyword: 'Participation'
Term: World War Two (1939-1945)
During the late 1930s, most Wisconsin residents opposed Nazi Germany and fascism, and after the Dec. 7, 1941, bombing of Pearl Harbor, support for American participation in the war was virtually universal. Roughly 320,000 Wisconsin soldiers served in the armed forces during the war, including about 9,000 women. More than 8,000 soldiers died and another 13,000 were wounded in combat. View more information elsewhere at wisconsinhistory.org.
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[Source: Turning Points in Wisconsin History]
15 records found
American Bowling Congress
Bull Run, Second Battle of
Crawford, John S. 1923
Donnelly, Davis A. 1927
Haase, Robert D. 1923
Jones, George Wallace 1804 - 1896
Langeland, Knud 1813 - 1888
League of Women Voters
Longfellow's Madison Poem
Morton, Earl D. 1918
Olson, Jack B. 1920
Rasmusen, Holger B. 1894
Wilderness, Battle of the
World War Two (1939-1945)