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#Tweeting the Air War Against the Nazis

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Social Studies

20,000 Miles a Month – To Ensure Victory

Grade Level: 6-8 Subject(s): Language Arts, Social Studies

511 Days of Combat: From Sicily to Munich with the Fighting Thunderbirds

Grade Level: 6-8, 9-12 Subject(s): Language Arts, Social Studies

A Japanese American Family's Experience During World War II: A Living DBQ

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Language Arts, Social Studies

Advancement of Medical Technology during World War II

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Language Arts, Science, Social Studies

Analyzing How Sacrifice is Memorialized

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Art, Social Studies

Bombs and Bomber Boys: The Bombing of Britain and the American Friendly Invasion

Grade Level: 6-8 Subject(s): Language Arts, Social Studies

Confidence and Concerns: Allied Advances into Germany

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Social Studies

Congressional Debates Over the Women’s Army Corps

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Social Studies

Deception and Double Agents: The Success of Operation Fortitude

Grade Level: 6-8 Subject(s): Language Arts, Social Studies

Design a Battle Monument

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Art, Art History, Social Studies

Duty and Dignity: Black Americans and the 92nd Infantry Division Buffalo Soldiers

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Language Arts, Social Studies

Equal Opportunities for Sacrifice in World War II

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Language Arts, Social Studies

Examining Effectiveness: The Strategic Air Campaign in World War II

Grade Level: 6-8, 9-12 Subject(s): Social Studies

Flight Plans and Rescues: Using Math to Explore the World War II Strategic Bombing Campaign

Grade Level: 6-8, 9-12 Subject(s): Mathematics, Social Studies

Friend or Foe: The Allied Strategic Bombing of Occupied France

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): French, Social Studies

History and Journalism: Examining the Events of World War II Through a Journalistic Lens

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Journalism, Language Arts, Social Studies

Hit the Ground Running: Escape and Evasion Behind Enemy Lines

Grade Level: 6-8 Subject(s): Language Arts, Social Studies

Horror in the Hedgerows: Technology, Tactics, and Teamwork

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Social Studies

Industry's Role in the Strategic Bombing Campaign

Grade Level: 6-8, 9-12 Subject(s): Social Studies

Resistance Rising: Fighting the Shadow War against the Germans

Grade Level: 6-8, 9-12 Subject(s): Journalism, Language Arts, Social Studies

Riding Along the Red Ball Express

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Social Studies

Saving Art during Wartime: A Monument Man’s Mission

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Art, Art History

Some Gave All

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Language Arts, Social Studies

Taking the High Ground: Overcoming Monte Cassino and the Gustav Line

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Art, JROTC, Social Studies

The Army Engineers: Challenges at the Anzio Beachhead

Grade Level: 6-8, 9-12 Subject(s): Social Studies

The Bari Incident: Chemical Weapons and World War II

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Social Studies

The Math of War: The Numbers Behind Minesweeping in the Mediterranean

Grade Level: 6-8 Subject(s): Mathematics, Social Studies, Special Education

USO Camp Shows, Inc.

Grade Level: 6-8 Subject(s): Language Arts, Social Studies

Who’s Who and Why?: Examining the Sculptures at Lorraine American Cemetery

Grade Level: 6-8 Subject(s): Art, Social Studies

Words of War

Grade Level: 9-12 Subject(s): Journalism, Language Arts, Social Studies

“I’ll Huff and Puff and Blow Your Ships Up”: The Impact of the German Wolf Pack During the Battle of the Atlantic

Grade Level: 6-8 Subject(s): Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies

“What Do You See?”: Using Photographs to Learn about World War II

Grade Level: 6-8, 9-12 Subject(s): Art, ELL, Language Arts, Social Studies, Special Education