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About the 40's

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4.name of atomic bomb
7.scandalous swimsuit of the 40's
11.animal cartoon known for eating carrots
12.150 IQ man who was involved in the Manhattan Project and supported Zionism
16.pants created in the 1940’s, still popular today
17.US plan for reconstruction for torn apart nations
18.wrote Rudolph the Red nosed Reindeer
21.fictional American comic superhero who was created as a propaganda figure during WWII
23.mass killing of jews and other nationalities
24.won best actor award from the movie “The Philadelphia Story”
26.an iconic figure representing the women who worked during WWII
27.student-made newspaper at Harker
28.person who proposed the Manhattan Project
29.donut chain founded in the 40s
30.“queen of jazz”
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1.Bonus: Bugs Bunny actor, what was he ironically allergic to?
2.toy spring that stretches and bounces
3.artist that often used marble, aluminum, and wood
4.sport created at Yale
5.Jewish nationalism
6.historic African-American baseball player who played for the Dodgers and recently had a movie made about his life
8.movie about World War II located in Africa
9.organization made in 1945
10.writer of “This Land is Your Land”
13.project that started researching plutonium/uranium weapons for war
14.bombing in Hawaii by Japan in 1941, reason the US entered the war
15.bald-headed man
19.plane that dropped the atomic bomb
20.false accusation
22.first star wide receiver in the NFL
25.1942 Academy Award winning film that depicted Donald Duck working in Nazi Germany

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