How did America's involvement in World War II impact race relations in the military?
Individuals of different backgrounds made significant contributions to the war effort, which encouraged racial integration in the military.
Individuals of different backgrounds played key roles in the war effort, which encouraged continued racial segregation in the military.
American service members worked together with European soldiers, which encouraged the integration of the US military.
Americans of different backgrounds were assigned together in the same units, ending racial segregration in the military.