In 1940 on September- Germany, Japan, and Italy sign a pact called the Tripartite Pact and create the Axis Alliance.
In 1941 on December 7th- Japan attacks and bombs Pearl Harbor, resulting in the U.S. joining WW2 the next day.
In 1942 on June 4th- Battle of midway, the U.S. navy defeats the Japanese.
In 1944 on June 6th- D-day, Allies take back France from the Axis’s control.
In 1944 on December 16th- Battle of the Bulge
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The most destructive war recorded in the United States history had some positive effects on the United States History. World war II positively affected women’s rights, race, and the economy. Before World War II started women weren’t allowed to work in factories or even work in general. But, when World war II started and men went off to war, women were allowed to have a job and take over the ‘men’s jobs’. By the end of World War II one third of the work force consisted of women. World war II also affected racial problems in the United States; African Americans were allowed to be in the war but in segregated sections. There was a protest called and the president took away the segregation in the