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Red Cross Involvement In WWII The Red Cross is a group organization which consists mostly of volunteers that help the needy and the hurt In the beginning of World War II when it was just announced that we were at war with the Japanese the doors of the Red Cross opened to thousands of new volunteers that wanted to help the American soldiers To ease the discomfort of civilians being drafted the Red Cr0oss decide to turn towards social workers and recreational specialists Comptons Interactive Encyl The Red Cross helped keep Americans calm during this war but soon the Cold War Era began and made it difficult to work with The American Red Cross successfully met the challenges of war and peace as it established a blood program Comptons Interactive Encyl This blood program was requested by the US Army and Navy During the four-year period starting at 1941 in New York City 66 million donors gave blood to help their soldiers As the blood donors increased during the war new centers opened and Army and Navy asked the Red Cross for greater amounts of blood Comptons Interactive Encyl The Red Cross also helped refugees reunite with their familys already living in the US by setting up posts where you could look for names of the loved ones you are missing and see if they have made it back to the US Many youths were in need of clothes and food so the Red Cross supplied what they could from the donations they received to the young people in need The Nurses Aide Corps was an only volunteer organization to help meet the emergency needs of the civilian population It played a significant role in building up community health defense during a time when there was a shortage of nurses and medical personnel Comptons Interactive Encyl
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