Participating in World War II changed American Society in many ways. One of the biggest impacts the war had was that it brought the United States out of the Great Depression as jobs were created in factories manufacturing weapons and supplies for the armies abroad. And these new jobs also changed a lot of the social dynamics as well because many women worked at these factories as well while their husbands were abroad in the war, which eventually helped lead to the Women's Suffrage Movement when the men came back from war and demanded for their old jobs back. Another impact of participating in WWII was our relations abroad with other countries like Great Britain and the Soviet Union. In hopes of preventing future world wars, President Franklin D Roosevelt and England's Prime Minister Winston Churchill worked together to form the United Nations, an organization that has been instrumental in the United State's relationships and strategies in foreign policy to this day. Then in contrast, the Soviet Union created a fear from the American public of communism spreading across the globe against democracy, which then eventually led to the Cold War and created mistrust among the American people as neighbors arrested neighbors for being or appearing to be communist. There were many impacts on American Society after WWII but these are probably some of the biggest and most noticeable that took place.