Social Studies (Check, Please!) (Ms. Sue)

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What was the Doolittle Raid and why was it so important?

A: The Doolittle Raid was the first air raid on Japan in 1942, during World War II. Among several selected targets was the Japanese capital, Tokyo. This raid was so important because it provided an instant boost to sagging American morale.

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    It also proved that Japan was vulnerable and might be defeated.

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